Saturday, January 16, 2021

Robbinsville field hockey’s Danielle Sieja makes her own mark

In Sieja’s freshman year, coach Jenna Colicchia saw in her some of the outstanding qualities that one of the top players in Ravens’ history possessed.

Victoria Wheeler and Julie Wojcik the ‘future’ of Bordentown soccer

With just five seniors and a bevy of underclassmen, Bordentown was 3-2-1 entering an Oct. 22 game with New Egypt.

Evich, Allex at heart of defense as Hopewell Valley starts 5-0

The pairing of Mea Allex and Nicolette Evich helped the Bulldogs to an NJSIAA Group III Central championship last season, and the magic has carried over into this season

Off-season work pays off for Ewing High RB Gabe Abel

Gabe Abel has to be credited for his honesty. The Ewing High senior doesn’t try to paint a well-sculptured, physical picture of himself as a youngster

Ewing girls’ soccer honors seniors

On Oct. 14, 2020 the Ewing High School girls' soccer team honored their seven seniors within the program: Selma Benkoukha, Abby Buker, Morgann Ellis, Kayla Ewell, Alexis Leggio, Nina Mapp, and Marian Ordonez

Hamilton Pop Warner, PAL come together for good of the sport

With competition shut down for Hamilton Pop Warner and Hamilton PAL, they decided to provide six weeks of drills for their players.

Nottingham linebacker Jed Henry ready for next level at Lafayette

Nottingham High senior Jed Henry has established himself as one of Mercer County’s top middle linebackers.

Aine DelleGrotti’s vision creates opportunities for Steinert High

It may be hard for the casual fan to notice her but opponents certainly know that Aine DelleGrotti is there.

Hamilton mourns loss of athletic icon Chuck Giambelluca

A-list celebrity in Hamilton Township and Mercer County athletic circles, Giambelluca was claimed by COVID-19 on Oct. 9 at the age of 77.

Soccer great Billy Gazonas recalls glory days in new book

Billy Gazonas was devastated after his first college soccer game. What could have been the end of the story was actually the beginning.

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

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