Saturday, June 24, 2017

Ewing Blue Devils boys’ golf team exceeds expectations

Dylan Springett suspected before the season started that the Ewing High School golf team would be improved this year. He never envisioned it being this good.

Pitching and power hitting a recipe for Ewing High softball success

With six hits in a win in the Central Jersey, Group III state tournament opener, Ewing established a new mark with 265 hits on the year.

Lawrence High’s Bidle a double threat on the field and in the classroom

Will Bidle is a two-sport athlete who, in mid-May, led the Lawrence High lacrosse team in goals, assists and points.

Robbinsville’s Michon hopes summer miles bring fall smiles

Zach Michon left the Robbinsville High School’s boys’ track and field team as the record holder in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters.

After three-year hiatus, Robbinsville’s Petagna shows he’s a natural

Entering the Central Jersey Group III tournament on May 23, James Petagna led the Ravens in hitting, hits, RBI, doubles, walks and stolen bases.

Robbinsville’s Cifelli closes out record-setting lacrosse career

Robbinsville native Dina Cifelli and West Chester women’s lacrosse coach Ginny Martino after Cifelli broke the WCU all-time assist record.

At Seton Hall, Suto gets in the swing of things

Halfway through her collegiate career, Val Suto looked like she wouldn’t amount to much as a hitter for Seton Hall University. How did she turn things around?

West’s Piotroski makes his mark despite setbacks

Hamilton West’s Jon Piotroski has worked hard to overcome injuries and become one of Central Jersey’s top competitors in the javelin.

Steinert High’s Braddock raises the bar

Conner Braddock has set the bar high for Steinert High School's lacrosse program.

TCA’s Boulden to represent Puerto Rico at FIBA championships

The Puerto Rico Women’s Basketball National Team is taking its appearance in this year’s FIBA Women’s U-16 Americas Championship serious, and it wants Hamilton Township’s Giana Boulden to be a part of it.

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Lawrence Girl Scouts teach the art of healthy food to earn Silver Award

Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.