Saturday, February 17, 2018

Willis helps fill gap in Ewing High girls’ bowling team after graduation losses

The Ewing High School girls' bowling team had a standout surrounded by less experienced teammates last year. This year, Jazmyn Willis has stepped in as a top bowler in the area.

Bordentown wrestler Moore goes from 1-15 to 100-match winner

Bordentown's Billy Moore started his senior season by winning nine of his first 11 matches and notched his 100th career win by pinning Steinert’s Anthony Verdi on Dec. 30.

Robbinsville High senior Gonzalez rediscovers the fun in wrestling

Fortunately for the Robbinsville High wrestling team, Isaiah Gonzalez is back to enjoying himself whole-heartedly on the mat this season.

Robbinsville Badminton Club spent a decade developing racquet sport in town

The Robbinsville Badminton Club was started almost a decade ago by Shekhar Joglekar, and Joe Chung has helped since its inception to run it for the Robbinsville Recreation Department.

Trenton Thunder rebrands as ‘Trenton Pork Roll’ for 25th season promotion

This year marks Trenton Thunder's 25th season playing ball in New Jersey's capital, and the Yankees Double-A affiliate is celebrating by paying homage to a Trenton staple—pork roll.

West Windsor-Plainsboro high school football teams to merge

Two high schools, one football team. North and South high schools will be allowed to play on a unified team.

Pirate cheerleaders look forward to first-ever nationals

The West Windsor Plainsboro High School South cheerleading squad has gone from worst to first in a year.

Former Nottingham QB Adams finds football success as punter

A former quarterback, Nottingham alumnus Stephen Adams has been a star punter for the Delaware Valley College football team.

Dudich and Kontura a dynamic duo on the ice for Steinert

It’s no wonder Steinert ice hockey captains Jared Dudich and Cameron Kontura formed a friendship through ice hockey. It’s hereditary.

Junior Blue Devils football team wins third championship in four years

Winning seemed the only fitting send-off for the junior high team from the Ewing Junior Blue Devils Youth Football program.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.