It doesn’t take Tommy Zovich long to transition from wrestling into lacrosse.
“I’m looking to play Division III, but it doesn’t matter as long as I can play,” she said. “I just want to play the game that I love. I just love the dedication it takes and the standards I have to live up to playing the game”
Hopewell lacrosse player Chris Hollander battles on the field, but off of it, he must endure a medical condition that not many people have to deal with. It’s a rare affliction known as achalasia—an esophagus issue that affects the ability to swallow.
To most, La’Keisha “Swish” Sutton is known as being part of the global phenomenon known as the Harlem Globetrotters. But for those living in Mercer County, Sutton is much more than a Globetrotter, with her impact evident across her community.
For the second time in four years, the Lawrence Cardinals won the overall team title at the Mercer County Diving Championships
Mateo Cruz wrestled against some of the world’s top Roman Greco competition this past summer in Europe.
Marian Ordoñez is an altar server and active in youth group at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, and she was an answer to the prayers of the Ewing High School girls’ bowling team.
Junior showed up at West Windsor-Plainsboro North on that Friday, Feb. 7, fighting the flu and bronchitis, and struggled to attend school for a half day just so he could be eligible to race
Mike Wojtenko was a perfect example of the talent and depth that it took the High School North boys’ swimming team to earn its first sectional championship.
WW-P South's Emma Gartenberg is one of the increasingly rare athletes who plays three sports in a sports culture that lends itself to specialization.