Sports

Kumpf Field Hockey Players “Pink Out”

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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.

Who Is The 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. The important thing was having fun. We’d create rules to address the tree in the middle of the field, the branch overhanging the basket, and even what to do if one of the guys left early for dinner.

Union County College’s Men’s Soccer Team Are Garden State Athletic Conference Co-Champions

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CRANFORD – The Union County College Men’s Soccer team defeated Cumberland County College on Sunday, Oct. 13, by a score of 8-2. With this win, they secured a co-championship title of the Garden State Athletic Conference. The team is co-champions this year with Camden County College.

Linden High School Girls Volleyball Team Off To Best Start In School History

LINDEN — The Linden High School Girls varsity volleyball team is off to the best start in school history. Seniors Samantha Bowbliss, Gissela Roberts, and Ashley Robles have guided the team to a 11-1 record. Junior Captain Sophia Morin broke the school’s assist record this season and sophomore Jameela Burnham has emerged as the team’s leading hitter.

Charity Basketball Game Will Aid Families Of 2 Children With Cancer

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SOUTH AMBOY — On Saturday, Dec. 21, the Friends of South Amboy will be sponsoring a night of charity basketball and a dinner buffet to benefit Samantha Carey and Kaitlyn Kehoe, two local children who have been diagnosed with cancer.

Former NFL Star Irving Fryar Indicted In Home Equity Loan Fraud Scheme

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TRENTON – Former Pro Bowl NFL wide receiver Irving Fryar was indicted today along with his mother on charges that they conspired to steal more than $690,000 by having the mother fraudulently obtain five home equity loans on her home within a six-day period, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman today announced.