You Are Browsing ‘High School Sports’

Don’t Underestimate the Immaculata Spartans in 2013 HS Football Playoffs

(Keith A. Muccilli/ For The Star-Ledger)

(Keith A. Muccilli/ For The Star-Ledger) It wasn’t that long ago that I was quoted on camera saying how the Immaculata Spartans would go 9-0. The 2013 season wasn’t kind to a team like the Spartans out of the gate. What do you think was the worst part of it? Their starting QB being delayed a week as the season started while they waited More...

by David Rubin | Published 10 months ago

Adonis Jennings (Photo used with permission)
By Heidi Torregroza On Thursday, October 31st, 2013
0 Comments

Rutgers Commit, Adonis Jennings: An Athlete Made to Perform, A Star In The Making

There are two different types of athletes in the world; athletes made to play and athletes made to perform.  Adonis Jennings, wide receiver and Rutgers commit from Sicklerville, NJ, is the perfect example of an More...

series_njsiaa
By Guest On Thursday, October 24th, 2013
0 Comments

Who is the NJSIAA? Executive Director Steve Timko Explains Latest Developments

By Steven Timko, executive director, NJSIAA   Back when I was a kid, my friends and I played pick-up games whenever and wherever we could. The sport itself didn’t matter – sometimes, we’d even invent games. More...

Immaculata principal Sr. Mary E. Smith IHM throws out the ceremonial first pitch
By David Rubin On Sunday, September 1st, 2013
0 Comments

Immaculata Night at TD Bank Park

August is typically a great time for sports fans. Baseball teams are entering a run for the playoffs, while high school and college football teams cross the threshold from preseason to regular season. The NFL GM’s More...

By Heidi Torregroza On Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
1 Comment

Pope John Paul XXIII’s Brown In The Spotlight

Sparta’s Noah Brown strides to the end zone after making an opponent miss. Pope John Paul XXIII High School football senior Noah Brown is a player to watch during the 2013 season, if his 2012 highlights are More...

Syracuse-bound Ron Patterson showing off his athleticism and creativity during the Dunk Contest. (Photo by Zachary Bruch)
By Matthew Hochberg On Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
0 Comments

MARY KLINE CLASSIC: TOP HS BALLERS RAISE MONEY FOR BRAIN TUMOR RESEARCH

Syracuse-bound Ron Patterson showing off his athleticism and creativity during the Dunk Contest. (Photo by Zachary Bruch) Some of the nation’s most highly touted high school hoopers took the court Sunday night More...

Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images
By Gregg Snyder On Friday, March 15th, 2013
1 Comment

Rookie of the Year, Mike Trout, Gives Back to New Jersey High School

Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images During his senior year at Millville High School in New Jersey, Mike Trout set a state record with 18 home runs. He finished that season with a .531 average, 45 RBI, 19 stolen bases, and More...

The Scotch Plains - Fanwood boys soccer team runs drills. Photo by: Elmer Rice
By Guest On Thursday, September 13th, 2012
0 Comments

NJ High School Sports – With Fall comes Football, and a whole lot more…

The Scotch Plains - Fanwood boys soccer team runs drills. Photo by: Elmer Rice As summer draws to a close,  beach chairs and backyard BBQ’s give way to book bags and back to school shopping.  Crews paint More...

underarmour_lacrosse_helmet1
By Gregg Snyder On Thursday, May 31st, 2012
0 Comments

Upstate NY Girls Lacrosse Team Announces Roster

The Upstate NY girls lacrosse just announced who will be on the roster at the seventh annual 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament. This is one of the most important regional annual tournaments More...

iStock_000014058787XSmall-300x199
By Janet Thompson Hilliman On Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
0 Comments

Are “Decision” Parties Really Necessary?

The Sports World may seem like a deceptively glamorous life.  Of course it is hard not to believe so for the simple fact of the perception that we all have about pro-athletes. They are all that, right? But for More...