Thursday, February 21, 2019

Top High School North runner Vedang Lad is MIT bound

Vedang Lad has become one of the best runners in the state while juggling a challenging academic load and working with the Plainsboro Rescue Squad.

Emily Czelusniak acts as mentor to Blue Devils swimmers

Emily Czelusniak has been getting a taste for coaching with the Blue Devils swim team and growing more confident in how she can help boost it.

Friendly bet gets Andrew Solarski’s swimming career off the blocks

Hamilton resident Andrew Solarski became a key contributor for the Notre Dame swim team last year.

Bordentown’s Josh Neville one of many Notre Dame scoring threats

After a grade-school career as a midget car driver, Bordentown’s Josh Neville has traded in his race car for ice skates and is a key player for Notre Dame this year.

Malik brothers anchor Steinert High ice hockey team

Brothers Dano and Trevor Malik are key players at opposite ends of the ice for the Steinert High School ice hockey team.

Mike Franks’ leadership helps young members of Ewing bowling team

Mike Franks’ first bowling ball came out of the trash. It was rescued by his grandfather and helped to jump start Franks’ career.

Hayden Watson grows into big role for Hun ice hockey

Hun hockey defenseman Hayden Watson, a Hamilton resident, hit a growth spurt that puts him at an imposing 6-foot-3, 195 pounds.

Ethan Block helps push Hopewell Bulldogs’ hockey forward

Junior Ethan Block has been a key attacker for Hopewell Valley Central High School ice hockey.

Notre Dame swimming looks to Robbinsville duo to lead

Never let it be said that Robbinsville provides run-of-the-mill captains for high school athletic squads. Lauren Nance and Kaylee McEvoy serve as captains of the Notre Dame girls’ swimming team.

Cory Bork eyes big finish to truncated Robbinsville basketball career

Robbinsville High School senior Cory Bork is the leading returning scorer for the Ravens boys’ basketball team this year.

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New Trenton Water Works director: vacancies, bureaucracy hurting utility

When Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora took office, he assumed with it the burden of fixing Trenton Water Works at the utility’s lowest point. To solve the problem, he turned to Shing-Fu Hsueh.