Notre Dame Athletic Director Rich Roche felt that John McKenna loved God and family first, and Notre Dame High School second.
Ross died on June 12 and, despite growing up in Easton, Pennsylvania and attending Lafayette College, was synonymous with Hamilton Township athletics.
On a sparkling mid-May afternoon, Ewing High baseball coach Dave Angebranndt was preparing for practice and needed two players to put the batting practice mat at home plate.
From ages 7 to 12, Katie Ciuffreda played baseball in the Lawrence Little League, and thanks to her great speed was the All-Star center fielder for three years.
When Cody Young’s name pops up around Steinert, thoughts usually turn to football, and yet, beneath those shoulder pads and helmet lives a pretty good baseball player
As one of just three seniors on the team along with Ashley Schoener and Cassidy Palylok, Kelly’s natural leadership qualities continue to show themselves
In looking beyond the talent, beyond the dedication and beyond the coaching, Varsha Gollarhalli felt there was a truly intangible ingredient in the High School South girls’ volleyball team’s success this year—fun.
Coaches have been saying great things since Hallam was a little kid playing in the HGSA and when she went on to become Mercer County’s all-time hit leader with the Northstars
Megan Gasnick, Samantha Gorman, Amanda Demko, and Alli Uhl had traveled to Monmouth University in hopes of racing a fast relay time to solidify their spot in the national rankings
“Some people are born setters,” Hopewell Valley Central High girls’ volleyball coach Dan Williams says. “She is definitely a born setter.”
In April 12, Lawrence High’s wrestling team staged an outdoor wrestling match with Hamilton West on the baseball field and senior Joelle “Joey” D’Angelo won a major decision at 120 pounds.
If the Grover Middle School of West Windsor allowed 6th-graders to play basketball, it’s hard to say where Matt Watson would be on the athletic map these days
During this season of virtual high school swim meets, it is often difficult for competitors to muster their complete energy without having an opponent in the next lane
Two plate appearances and one official at-bat. That’s the amount of varsity experience the Bordentown High baseball team has returning this season and it’s all in the form of Connor Wood.
When it comes to the Lawrence High co-op ice hockey program, which combines players from Lawrence, Ewing and Hightstown, Ewing isn’t usually a big contributor.
Jack Yamniuk only spent the first four years of his life in Canada, but that was enough for the country’s national pastime to seep deep into his veins.
Coach Conor Hayes credits Herbert, senior center Ryan Smith and last year’s seniors as major forces in helping the Ravens go from a four-win team two years ago to 20-7 last season.
As a head basketball coach, Kristin Jacobs has been very lucky when it comes to Hope Mauro. As an assistant track and field coach, she has been very unlucky
Briana Audet is a soccer player, first and foremost. While at Lawrence Middle School she was just hanging around, minding her own business in gym class, with basketball never on her mind. The problem was, Audet was too good to ignore.
In 2013, as the moving vans unloaded the furniture into his new Ewing Township home, Dan Montferrat looked over and waved at the young middle school girl dribbling a basketball in the driveway.