Player of the Year : No one in Morris County played in more big games over the past four years than Kevin Hoehn of Morristown. Through each step of the way, whether it in a Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference game as a freshman reserve, a holiday tournament contest as a sophomore, sectional
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Player of the Year: When it came time for Morristown coach Jim Pisciotto to distribute uniforms to this year's team, he made a rather odd discovery. The No. 21 home jersey belonging to standout junior guard Elizabeth Strambi was missing. No one could figure out where it went, so the team's top
Hanover Park jumped out quick and cruised past Roxbury in the Morris County Boys Basketball Tournament.
Jefferson and Morristown each advanced to the Morris County Tournament championship with victories on Friday night.
Hanover Park coach Todd Hartman refuses to watch late-game free throws, but his team handled the pressure to knock off Mountain Lakes on Friday night.
Kelsey Stites has a habit that's common for many young basketball players. "Kelsey has all the talent in the world," said Doug Wear, her coach at Hanover Park. "She's really hard on herself, and sometimes she overthinks." Wear had a recent talk with the sophomore, who is usually the first player
Swish & Dish: Karabin erupts for Wall; Mahwah team to watch; DePaul springs mild surprise Top 15 No. 1 Manasquan 69, Middletown North 41 Junior guard Dara Mabrey poured in 27 points and sophomore backcourt partner Lola Mullaney netted 11 for the Warriors (11-0), who opened a 38-21 cushion by
Stout and stifling man-to-man defense and an offensive both deep and unselfish carried No. 6 Red Bank Catholic to a 64-30 decision over previously-unbeaten Allentown; Louro, Thomas power No. 2 St. Rose; Hirschy offers spark from the arc for Donovan Catholic; Macaluso, Petrozzino, Gammo drive ...
Junior Nicole Johnson, sophomore Alyssa Bondi and freshman Brianna Sliwinski powered undefeated East Brunswick past Old Bridge, 51-48. Catch the highlights, plus scored and recaps from Tuesday night action
Talent and experience are two different things, and this year's Hanover Park team has a good deal of both. The Hornets return everyone from a team that happened to go 22-5 last year, yet no one is taking anything for granted this winter. "Usually we're not looked like as a threat, at least