Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Lawrence High’s Dawson Aime ready to make his mark

Dawson Aime earned a starting outside linebacker job for the Lawrence High School football team last year and proceeded to lead the defense with 99 tackles.

Kevin Cryan hopes to lead Bordentown Scotties to fourth division title

Having coached Kevin Cryan on the Bordentown Blitz travel team, Jason Zablow saw pretty quickly he was going to be someone who could help the Bordentown Regional High School team.

Hopewell’s Ava Tillman looks to lead by example

Wherever Ava Tillman is, coach John McGinley knows he has a dangerous offensive player for the Hopewell Valley Bulldogs.

Co-managers lead return of Legion ball to West Windsor-Plainsboro

The WW-P American Legion baseball team didn’t just have a mix of experience among its players this year, but also among its co-managers.

Macie Renner acts as Robbinsville Ravens’ ‘band aid’

Robbinsville's Macie Renner is someone to be worried about on the field, especially by the opposition. A four-year varsity performer, Renner takes versatility to a new level.

Steve Harris’ gamble pays off with hoops contract in Holland

Hamilton resident Steve Harris signed a contract with the Den Helder Suns in the Dutch Basketball League, the country’s top pro division.

Broad Street Park makes history in run to state title

In accomplishing something not done since Jack Rafferty became Hamilton Township’s first elected mayor in 1975, Broad Street Park finished 26-8.

Unified WW-P football team looks to be largest squad in years

This year marks the first year that there will be a unified West Windsor-Plainsboro football team since the schools split their athletic programs in 2000.

Hamilton Little Lads 12U All Stars take home title trophy

The Hamilton Little Lads 12U All Stars won Cal Ripken Baseball’s Southern New Jersey District 1 title in June, finishing the tournament undefeated.

Hamilton’s Jacob Fanning puts it together at plate

Hamilton's Jacob Fanning hit .362 and finished in the top 10 in batting in the Mercer County American Legion League.