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

Adonis Jennings (Photo used with permission)

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 athlete designed to perform. To be a successful athlete, strictly being good at the position you play or the spot on the team you hold will More...

by Heidi Torregroza | Published 6 months ago

By Guest On Thursday, October 24th, 2013

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...

By Philip Mathew On Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Middlesex Mooney: Colts Newest (and Youngest) Head Coach Takes Over Baseball Program

During the 2010 and 2011 Middlesex County College baseball seasons, one familiar face on the diamond was first baseman Christopher “CJ” Mooney.  While he left to earn his Bachelor’s Degree, Mooney is back More...

Selinsgrove, Pa. (8/31/13) - Senior Stephanie Soares scored two goals and chipped in an assist, as the Kean University field hockey team defeated St. John Fisher in the Championship game of the Connie Harnum Classic on Saturday afternoon. Photo courtesy of Kean Athletics.
By M.J. Martin On Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

College Corner: Season-opening Weekly Awards Handed Down by Local Athletic Conferences

In field hockey action, Monmouth junior goalkeeper Amanda Westerweller (Holmdel, NJ/Holmdel) was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the first time in her career. Westerweller More...

By Heidi Torregroza On Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
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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...

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By Kat Hasenauer Cornetta On Friday, August 16th, 2013
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Hernandez’s Consistency Leads To Success In Day 1 of Junior Championships

Photo via Old Bridge’s Lauren Hernandez hit all four routines during her first day of competition in the junior women’s division at the 2013 P&G US Gymnastics Championships Thursday. Her More...

Ariana Agrapides and Lauren Hernandez are interviewed after their Wednesday practice at the P&G US Gymnastics Nationals in Hartford, CT. (Photo: Kat Hasenauer Cornetta)
By Kat Hasenauer Cornetta On Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Hernandez and Agrapides Among New Jersey Hopefuls at Gymnastics Nationals

Ariana Agrapides and Lauren Hernandez are interviewed after their Wednesday practice at the P&G US Gymnastics Nationals in Hartford, CT. (Photo: Kat Hasenauer Cornetta) Hartford, Conn. - Midway through Wednesday More...

Dina Parise
By Guest On Saturday, July 20th, 2013

Athlete’s Voices: Dina Parise, Episode 2: It’s all about the Journey

Dina Parise Positive Action: The hunt for additional Marketing Partners is the equivalent of Movie actors working as waiters while searching for that big break! You work and work with your nose to the grindstone More...

Heather Hardy. (Photo courtesy of Anne Bauer.)
By Guest On Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Heather “The Heat” Hardy Returns to the Ring on July 24 in NYC

Brooklyn’s undefeated all-action pro boxer Hardy returns to Roseland Ballroom in NYC to face Cassie Trost in a six-round bout. NEW YORK, NEW YORK – On Wednesday, July 24, 2013, Heather “The Heat” Hardy More...

Nearly 50 kids attended Worilds inaugural football camp.
By Matt Kardos On Monday, June 24th, 2013


Nearly seven years ago to the day, Steelers linebacker Jason Worilds walked across the football field at Walter Overholt stadium to receive his high school diploma as a graduate of Carteret High School. It was More...