RAHWAY — Rahway resident Chris Revolus, a student at Middlesex County College, finished in 15th place at the National Junior College Athletic Conference Cross Country Nationals Nov. 9 in Northfield, Mass.
LINDEN — The Linden Youth Soccer Association’s “Linden LFC Select” travel soccer team, coached by Henry Sousa and assistant coach Luis Pachon, is the U-14 boys flight 5 winner for the Mid-New Jersey Youth Soccer Association for the second season in a row.
LINDEN — At the October Linden Board of Education meeting, the Linden High School Varsity Girl’s Tennis Team, Valley Division Champions, Union County Conference were recognized for their achievements. (Photo courtesy of Linden Public Schools)
CRANFORD — This weekend, Saturday, Nov. 2 and Sunday, Nov. 3, the Union County College Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tip Off Classic Tournament will be held in the gym at the college’s Cranford campus, located at 1033 Springfield Avenue.
EDISON – Five competitors from Hub City Fencing Academy in Edison traveled to New Orleans for the Crescent City Open on Oct. 26-27. They made the trip both to compete for sport and try to qualify for the USA Fencing National Championships. All five achieved their goal.
CLARK — The Kumpf Cougars boy’s soccer team had expectations of winning six to at most eight games for the season but ended the year with ten wins, one loss and two ties. This is the first time the boys have had a record of at least 10 wins and one loss in over 12 years.
EDISON — Matt Nader of Bernardsville, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, showed a flair for tradition when he set the Wardlaw-Hartridge boys’ soccer record for most career goals on Oct. 19.
CLARK — On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the Kumpf and Garwood Middle School field hockey players participated in a “Pink Out” game to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The girls spiced up their uniforms with pink socks, shoelaces, ribbons, headbands, and pink eye black.