Sunday, May 28, 2017

Nottingham boys’ basketball team proves naysayers wrong with their best season ever

This winter, head coach Chris Raba guided the Northstars to the greatest basketball season in school history. Nottingham finished 23-6 to set a school record for victories.

Hamilton West lax captain hopes senior season breaks in his favor

Hamilton West senior Dylan Ritchkoff earned all-division honors last year, his first full season of lacrosse.

Returning upperclassmen ready to boost Lawrence Cardinals boys’ golf

Gregg Zenerovitz isn’t looking for his Lawrence High golf team to set the world on fire this year but, with some young talent in the fold, he wouldn’t mind seeing the Cardinals at least light a match.

Robbinsville Ravens hope going 1-0 leads to program history

Big things are happening with the Robbinsville High boys’ lacrosse team.

Lone Robbinsville softball senior seeks title

The Robbinsville High softball team has exactly one senior on the roster this spring. And, boy, is Sara Motusesky hungry for a state title.

March Madness: a Stony Brook hoops tradition for 15 years

Welcome to March Madness at Stony Brook Elementary, a tradition begun by principal Richard Fitzpatrick the year the school opened.

Ewing High boys’ basketball takes Central Jersey Group III crown

Ewing came up just short of winning the Group III state championship in a 74-68 loss to Teaneck.

Ewing High girls’ basketball wins first sectional title in 17 years

Ewing ended its season with a heartbreaking 58-57 overtime loss to Ocean City, but their CJ III title got them over a huge hump.

First game under the lights at Fasolino Field set for April 22

The Ewing Township Little League has been awarded a $109,897 grant from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund for the construction of field lights at Fasolino Field.

Spruce Street turf field open for business

If you've driven down Spruce Street in the last several months, chances are you've seen the massive bubble that popped up just past Halo Farm near Arctic Parkway.

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Lawrence High special needs students compete with unified track team

Lawrence High School’s unified track and field team allows special needs students to compete alongside their varsity peers.