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Franklin Warriors Defeat Immaculata Spartans 68-67 With Buzzer Beater

January 13, 2017

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Dominic Wright hit the game-winning shot to beat the buzzer and give the Franklin Warriors a thrilling 68-67 boys basketball victory over Immaculata on Thursday night. Francis Omolewe led all scorers with a game-high 27 points and helped spark a Warriors team rally.  

The Warriors battled back after trailing 25-10 at the end of the first ...

Franklin Warriors Defeated by Bridgewater-Raritan 66-49

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Francis Omolewe and Dominic Wright led the Warriors with 13 points each in a 66-49 loss to Bridgewater-Raritan on Tuesday night. The game was 11-13 after the first quarter with the edge going to the away team.

The Franklin Warriors could not overcome an 11-point run in the second quarter by the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers. The Warriors ...

Plainfield Basketball Team Reportedly Greeted by Lynched Black Puppet in Clark High School

CLARK, NJ – The picture shows a black puppet, hanging by a string looped around its neck and hand, a basketball attached to one end.  This puppet is reportedly what greeted players from the Plainfield High School girls basketball team when they arrived at the Arthur L. Johnson High School for a Saturday morning game, according to posts on a Plainfield community Facebook ...

2016 Tour of Somerville Winner Dies 4 Days After Collision with Car in Canada

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Canadian cyclist Ellen Watters, winner of the 2016 Tour of Somerville Pro Women’s Race, has died after a collision with a car in the province of New Brunswick where she grew up.

Watters, 28, had returned to her hometown from her residence in Ottawa to be with family for the Christmas holiday. She was cycling on a rural roadway when the collision occurred two days prior ...

2016 Tour of Somerville Winner Dies 4 Days After Collision with Car in Canada

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Canadian cyclist Ellen Watters, winner of the 2016 Tour of Somerville Pro Women’s Race, has died after a collision with a car in the province of New Brunswick where she grew up.

Watters, 28, had returned to her hometown from her residence in Ottawa to be with family for the Christmas holiday. She was cycling on a rural roadway when the collision occurred two days prior ...

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