Ryan Strype got off to a slow start but managed to increase his average by 113 points in one week.
Total Soccer is bringing U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team player Danielle Colaprico in for a special appearance at Pennington Ewing Athletic Center PEACturf in Ewing, on Saturday, Aug. 6 to work with local girls.
The PNRA/Mercer varsity girls 8 plus coxswain took fourth in the USRowing Youth National Championships.
In first season, West junior finishes 3rd at national championships
Tyler Moore was sort of like the Forrest Gump of high school sprinters this year. He really wasn’t sure what was going on, but wherever he showed up, great things happened for him.
When it comes to what Riley Schmitt brings to the table, North Hamilton manager Freddie York sees more than just numbers.
In a season where the Nottingham High baseball team won the first NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III title in school history while also reaching the Mercer County Tournament finals, the Northstars could take equal pride in the loss that ended their magical season.
Jeff Hurley became Trenton Thunder’s chief operating officer and general manager in the off-season.
Hopewell came into the season with a deep roster that includes players from HVCHS as well as the Pennington and Hun schools. Together they form the nucleus of a squad that should contend for the Mercer County American Legion League title and a berth in the state tournament.
The HVCHS 4×800 relay team finished 12th out of 37 teams with a PR time of 7:59.62 at the Meet of Champions.
J.R. Smith has gained a reputation during his 12-year NBA career as someone who lives whim-to-whim—and it has made him something of a curiosity in the sporting world.