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Rutgers Tailgate to Be All Wet

November 17, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - It is an understatement to say the Rutgers football season has been "disappointing."

But the one benefit for wary Rutgers fans has been the traditional tailgates, a great place to meet up with old friends, commiserate about the current football situation and say "Hi" to Big 10 fans from other schools who seem to be the main fan base at our home games as ...

Rutgers Coach C. Vivian Stringer Notches 1,000th Win

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers women's basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer recorded her 1,000th victory as the Scarlet Knights team Central Connecticut State 73-44 on Tuesday at the Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway. 

Stringer, who is already enshrined in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, became the sixth women's head coach in NCAA history to join the elite 1,000 career ...

Edison Eagles Fall to North Brunswick Raiders 30-21

Edison, NJ -  The Edison Eagles lost their playoff game to the North Brunswick Raiders in the second round of the 2018 New Jersey High School Football Playoff Brackets: NJSIAA - Central Group 5" tournament. 

The Eagles took an early 7-0 lead with a 38 yard touchdown pass from Lucas Loffredo to Kamille Pryor in the second quarter. But the North Brunswick Raiders scored 17 ...

Edison Eagles Defeat South Brunswick Vikings 14 -7 In Playoff Win

Edison, NJ – The Edison High School football team defeated the South Brunswick Vikings in the first round of the NJSIAA - Central Group 5  New Jersey High School Football Playoff Bracket.  Tylor Montford (Sr), who rushed for 98 yards on 16 carries, scored in the fourth quarter to put the Eagles ahead for good.  In the second quarter, Eagles quarterback Lucas Loffredo (Jr) ...

Immaculata Doubles Down on Holy Cross

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The Immaculata High School Spartans beat Holy Cross 55-27 in the first round of the state football playoffs held at Brooks Field Saturday night, 

Jordan Kinsler's 35-yard touchdown run led the Spartans to an early lead, but the Lancers answered back to tie in the first quarter. Patrick Frauenheim had his signature all over the second quarter, scoring two touchdowns ...

Wardlaw+Hartridge Middle School Runner Sets Home Course Record, Wins Pumpkin Run

EDISON, NJ -- Bronwyn Russell of East Windsor, an eighth-grader at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison, saved two of her best races for the end of her Middle School career. 

In her final home meet on Oct. 23, Bronwyn broke her own girls’ mark and also eclipsed the boys’ course record with a sizzling time of 11:21 to propel the girls’ team to a victory over Edgar ...

Raritan Landing Golf Course Introduces FootGolf

PISCATAWAY, NJ –  Raritan Landing Golf Course (Piscataway), one of Middlesex County’s finest layouts managed by Billy Casper Golf and operated by The Middlesex County Improvement Authority(MCIA), is now offering FootGolf every day after 12 p.m. (when there are no scheduled outings or events). The introductory 18-hole price is $13 for adults and $6 for juniors age 17 and under.

Wardlaw+Hartridge Soccer Star Sets School Career Scoring Record 

EDISON, NJ -- Bella Wysocki of Rahway, a sophomore at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison, scored two goals and boosted her season total to 43 to fuel her team to a historic 3-1 triumph at Edison in the GMC quarterfinals. Bella also propelled herself to the top of the school's all-time scoring list with 63 goals.

Bella surpassed the old record of 62 goals shared by current W+H ...

Julia Masucci Earns Sixth Shutout In Win Over Bishop Ahr

EDISON, NJ - Julia Masucci wrapped up her sixth shutout in the Spotswood High School girls varsity soccer team's 1-0 win over Bishop Ahr High School on Tuesday. Masucci made 12 saves in the win that brings the Chargers overall record on the season to 13-4. Amber Meagher headed in the only goal of the game on a cross from Alexa Reilly in the second half. Sachi Negri made six saves and Eryn ...

Football: South Brunswick Vikings Rout JP Stevens Hawks 41-13

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - From the opening kickoff, the South Brunswick Vikings appeared to be celebrating their annual Homecoming Contest early as they easily defeated the Hawks from J.P. Stevens (Edison) 41-13. The Vikings stretched their season record to 5-3 with their hopes still alive for hosting a home playoff game again this season.

The Vikings scoring attack was controlled by freshman ...


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