There has not been this level of excitement for a spring track and field season at Nottingham High since early this decade.
Myles Stephens spent the past four years establishing himself as one of the all-time greats in the storied history of Princeton University men’s basketball.
Dahva’e Edward-Chew turned his initial disappointment of not playing basketball into an opportunity to excel in track and field.
Devon Kueny finished her wrestling career on a high note with a third-place finish at 118 pounds on March 2 in Atlantic City.
If any one player mirrors the improvement of the Bordentown High School baseball team over the past three years, it’s pitcher Kyle Marchetti.
John Rossi is running the Boston Marathon this year as part of the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge. The Hamilton man has pledged $10,000 to the cause.
Pole vaulter Sydney Abitanto gave an eye-opening, jaw dropping, record-setting performance at the indoor track and field Meet of Champions.
Robbinsville High senior Sanjana Madhu provided versatility and helped change the expectations for the Ravens swimming team.
High School North senior Emma Faivre was Most Valuable Player of the indoor track and field Mercer County Championships.
It would have been so easy for Maya Johnson to leave. Everybody else did. But Johnson refused to jump ship, and the Robbinsville High girls’ basketball program could have a nice future because of it.