Monday, April 19, 2021

Robbinsville Jr. Ravens capture 12U football championship

For the second time in league history, a Robbinsville PAL Jr. Ravens football team went undefeated. It just so happens that the game that sealed the season was a title game.

Paige Dumont sets the stage for Hopewell Valley cross country

Dumont didn’t let weird get in her way as she enjoyed an outstanding campaign by going undefeated in the Bulldogs dual meets and finishing second in the NJSIAA Group III Central sectional meet

Robbinsville girls’ soccer takes regional title

Like every other team in the state—or in this case, the world—the Ravens faced unique challenges from the pandemic that made it difficult to maintain an even keel.

Jaden Blanding helps Bordentown football to a 5-3 finish

Blanding’s return was not the main reason Bordentown High’s football team enjoyed a renaissance this fall, but it sure didn’t hurt.

Freshman Adriana Salzano leads Princeton Day School in goals, assists

Adriana Salzano tallied nine goals and six assists as a freshman to help the Princeton Day School girls' soccer team to a 10-1 record.

Mercer County tennis legend Paul Napolitano dies at age 97

A member of the Mercer County Tennis Hall of Fame, Paul Napolitano taught at clubs in Hamilton, Trenton and Hopewell.

Lawrence High’s Tolu Olajide wins Lineman of the Year award

Lawrence High's Tolu Olajide shares the Charles J. “Fuzzy” Falzone Memorial Lineman of the Year award with Robbinsville's Aaden Butler.

Mercer County completes purchase of Hopewell Valley golf club

Formerly private club becomes 5th 18-hole facility to be owned and operated by Mercer County Park Commission

Terrance Peterson rewrites record books for Hopewell Valley D

Senior linebacker rates among the best ever to play for the Bulldogs

‘Always positive’ Shane Martin leads the way for Robbinsville football

In the midst of the two greatest seasons in Robbinsville High football history, there has been an unsung hero.

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