Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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Notre Dame’s Andrew Kite continues family legacy in the pool

After taking fifth place in the 200 and 500 at the Mercer County Championship swimming meet last year, Andrew Kite returns for his junior year at Notre Dame looking to be even better.

Steinert’s Alaina Elliott dives into competitive swimming

Steinert High's Alaina Elliott is fortunate to have a loving mother who encouraged her to try competitive swimming, despite the fact it didn’t work out all that well for mom herself.

Frank Lucchesi returns to help Muhlenberg football to historic season

Frank Lucchesi has been an integral part of Muhlenberg football's historic run, as he was eighth on the team in tackles.

Hudson Hartman a Hopewell Valley football leader on defense

Senior had an outstanding year at offensive guard and defensive end and helped HoVal to a 6-3 season

Kaitlin Maloney doubles scoring output in her final season for Lawrence

Maloney blossomed into the leading goal scorer for Lawrence High’s girls’ soccer team this season

Notre Dame’s George Chrissafis earns invite to exclusive kicking showcase

The Hamilton resident was a key weapon for this year’s Notre Dame High football team with his place-kicking, kickoffs, punting and, on occasion, tackling.

Hamilton West alum Dan Garcia finishes New York Marathon

When it comes to the New York Marathon, Hamilton West alum Dan Garcia said finishing is its own reward.

Elias a force in the middle for WW-P South field hockey

Phoebe Elias was in sixth grade when she found a new passion.

Martin helps improving Blue Devils field hockey program

Lara Martin might have seen low numbers and fewer wins than she’d want, but the Ewing High School junior did not see enthusiasm or work ethic lacking in the field hockey team.

Steinert High cheerleading wins CVC grand championship

The Steinert High School cheerleading squad won the conference Grand Championship Nov. 16 at West Windsor-Plainsboro North

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