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What does Sayreville High School have to do with former NYPD officer, Justin Volpe?

Several years ago, I came across a book about what causes a person to sway toward irrational behavior.  Of course, it was not the first book I’d come across that attempted to explain why a person risks everything they have, and in a sense by their own fruition self destruct.  It would certainly not be the last. What causes a person to act in More...

by J.A. Michelle | Published 1 month ago

Ali Torre talks to Marisa of Double G Sports's Overtime web show.
By J.A. Michelle On Sunday, November 16th, 2014

What does Ali Torre think about Ray Rice?

On Thursday, November 13, 2014, I had the opportunity to speak with both Joe and Ali Torre, at the VIP Red Carpet Interview events at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers on 23rd Street & the Hudson River.  It was a moment More...

By J.A. Michelle On Monday, November 3rd, 2014

What role did racism play in the Sayreville hazing?

Did you hear that people are starting to ask what role racism played in the circumstances regarding the allegations of sexual assault involving members of the Sayreville football team?  This article [ ] More...

Kelsey DiClaudio, on the 'Red Carpet' at the Annual Salute to Women in Sports on Wednesday October 15, 204, Cipriani Wall Street, New York City 
photo taken by Michelle Sportsx
By J.A. Michelle On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

What makes Kelsey DiClaudio ‘Gorgeous and Grateful’

This afternoon I will be interviewing a young lady I met a few weeks ago while I was covering a Red Carpet event for Double G Sports.  Her name is Kelsey DiClaudio.  You can learn more about Kelsey by following More...

Laila Ali, Undefeated world champion boxer with 24-0 record and 21 knockouts, 2012 Female Athlete of the Year, current WSF Athlete Advisory Panel member, WSF Past President and current WSF Board of Trustees member - photo taken by Michelle Sportsx October 15, 2014 Red Carpet Annual Salute to Women in Sports Cirpirani Wall Street, NYC
By J.A. Michelle On Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Special tribute to Women in Sports: Gorgeous and Grateful

The Annual Salute to Women in Sports, which I covered for Double G Sports, allowed me to watch so many of today’s amazing female athletes be honored for their contribution to their sport, as well as their More...

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 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...

By Katie Boushie On Monday, April 29th, 2013


Organized youth sports are becoming more and more popular every year. Currently, there are approximately 45 million children and adolescents participating in organized athletics in the United States. Each year around More...

By Katie Boushie On Monday, April 8th, 2013

Little League Pitching Regulations; Important Protection for Young Arms

(Armando L. Sanchez | The Saginaw News) Spring is here! And with the warmer weather comes the return of baseball. A national pastime, millions of people play every year. As with many other sports, kids are starting More...

By Matt Kardos On Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Union County Baseball Association Set to Host 77th Annual Hot Stove Dinner

Baseball is a game that was founded well over 150 years ago and has since developed a rich and glorious history to garner its standing as America’s Pastime. It is a game that is built upon a foundation of morals More...