Haylee Kieffer is an imposing presence in the Colonial Valley Conference and will be a major key to the fortunes of the Nottingham High girls’ basketball team this winter.
It’s a new beginning for the Robbinsville High boys’ basketball team, and the good news is that it won’t be with all new players.
The Ramapo College junior and 2014 Steinert High graduate was the New Jersey Athletic Conference Co-Swimmer of the Year last season.
Zach Harding had his best season last year, going 17-8 while winning the Shawnee holiday tournament and finishing fifth in the Mercer County Meet and fifth in districts.
At Steinert, Zach Mabin was the Spartans’ MVP for three straight years and set school records in the 200 IM, 100 breast and 400 free.
Hamilton residents may not realize it, but the township played a major role in winning a high school championship this fall.
There may not be a more interesting ice hockey player in the Colonial Valley Conference than James Gow.
Rob Dorsett is an avid angler, and he was a big catch for the Hopewell Valley Central High School boys’ soccer team.
The Lawrence High School girls’ basketball team has waited anxiously for Sarah Zoll to return.
Nikolai Yershov and Adam Lohr-Pearson were rivals last year. This year, they are teammates and leaders for the newly combined West Windsor-Plainsboro ice hockey team.