Saturday, February 17, 2018

High School North cheerleading squad qualifies for national championships

Cheerleading helped the High School North senior transition from another country last year, and this year it’s afforded her the trip of a lifetime.

How Fiona Aromando topped Robbinsville High’s scoring leaders list

Using lessons learned at home, Robbinsville High senior Fiona Aromando is already atop the all-time RHS scoring leaders list.

Lawrence cheer squad wins regionals, top spots in other competitions

The Lawrence cheer team placed first in the small varsity coed division at regionals and went on to come in fourth in the large varsity division at the Colonial Valley Conference competition.

Nottingham Northstars lean on PG Kerekes to loom large

Senior Liz Kerekes is back for her second year of running the offense and serving as captain for a Northstar team with an experienced nucleus of players.

With 7 years of combined experience, bowling captains lead Scotties

Bordentown bowling captains Danny Lorentz and Colleen Kotch are leading the boys’ and girls’ Scottie squads this season.

A lone Blue Devil plays for the Lawrence Hockey team

Meet Danny Cobb, a Ewing High student who is is playing for the Lawrence High hockey team as part of a co-op program with the school.

Swimmer or diver, Cardinals’ Ryan Morris commands in the pool

Lawrence High senior Ryan Morris has been one of the most versatile swimmers in the Colonial Valley Conference during his career.

Back after injury, Lawrence’s James Bruestle is ready to compete

James Bruestle is playing basketball for Lawrence High this year, which is a lot bigger deal than it sounds like on the surface.

‘Most improved’ Meredith keeping pucks out of Hopewell Bulldogs’ net

If voting was held at mid-December for the most pleasant surprise in Colonial Valley Conference ice hockey, the unanimous winner would have had to been Harry Meredith.

Ewing High wrestling team features a number of returning grapplers

Chris Seifert’s first two years drilling in practice against Ewing High School wrestling head coach Matt Dalessio were pretty lopsided.

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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.