This year’s squad went 6-13, and won its first-round Central Jersey Group III state tournament game—tremendous progress from a two-win 2015 season.
The senior was one of the Colonial Valley Conference’s top defenders in helping the Spartans to a 19-3 record and berth in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III finals.
Eva is the only—and first—girl to play in the Robbinsville PAL Junior Ravens football league. But she doesn’t want her opponents to know it.
The Robbinsville High ice hockey team enters its 11th season of existence at a bit of a crossroads.
The Ravens went 13-2-1 and were the Mercer County Tournament and NJSIAA Prep A champions.
In going 12-8, the Ravens improved on last year’s 5-10-1 record, which led to an NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II sectional title.
Lawrence High ended this season at 7-3, and the second win of the season against Steinert High School set the tone for the finish.
In Emily Palombo’s first three seasons as head coach of the Lawrence High School girls’ soccer team, the Cardinals won 12 total games. In this, her fourth year, LHS matched that total by going 12-7-1.
Athletic trainer Tim Coyne has been a fixture at Hopewell Valley Central High School since 1991.
When Olivia Czelusniak was beginning her swimming career 10 years ago at the Ravine Swim Club in Ewing, Erin Devlin was just getting started there as coach.