Entering the state tournament game, the Lawrence High School boys lacrosse team had a 10-5 record to tie the program record for victories and assure it of a second winning record.
Four Robbinsville High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent last month to participate in athletics at the collegiate level.
Luke Franzoni is hitting .538 for Princeton Day School baseball. He has received a scholarship to play baseball with Big East power Xavier in the fall.
Anthony Manna is giving a bad name to golf lessons. Not because they haven’t helped him, but because he has never had one and still dropped six strokes off his average while playing for Robbinsville High School.
After scoring two goals in Robbinsville’s win for the Group I crown in November 2008, Laura Greb continued her playing career at Western Carolina University, and now remains in North Carolina teaching, coaching soccer and still playing.
Rutgers freshman Kristie Kubala was a member of the gold medal-winning Premiere Freestyle Pom Dance team at the International Cheerleading Union’s World Cheerleading Championships.
Notre Dame Julia Rossi senior is thriving at lacrosse, a game she picked up in high school. The Hamilton resident was reluctant to try it at first, but finally was coerced by coach Rebecca Magro.
Meg Barnes and Lucy Gutman — the girls who put the “Lawrence” into the Lawrenceville School lacrosse team — were integral parts of this year’s Mercer County Tournament champion squad.
Princeton Day School’s junior thirdbaseman Matt Nyce has seen his batting average rise from .120 last year to .420 this year.
With senior Brandon Li leading the way, Russell’s Hopewell Valley Central High School golf team carved out a 16-1 record and finished fourth in the Mercer County Tournament.