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When Jaylene Joza was just eight years old, she played on a softball team in the Washington Park Little League. Young Jaylene had mixed emotions about the sport. “When I first started, I liked it a...

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For the longest time, perhaps ever since he started his coaching sojourn with the Dan Doucette at the University of UMass Lowell in 1983, Greg Herenda has been a college basketball nomad. The North Bergen...

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Kristin Cunning wanted to make sure that her senior year at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut, was going to be a memorable one. The Hoboken native and Hudson Catholic graduate first went to...

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When he was a high school standout at St. Peter’s Prep, eventually earning Hudson Reporter Player of the Year honors in 2013 and 2014, T.J. Ward always had dreams of eventually becoming a professional...

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A little over a year ago, the Bello family of Jersey City was devastated by the murder of patriarch Tony Bello, the long-time baseball and football coach who was tragically stabbed to death in...

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John Mastropietro was all set to retire as a Little League baseball coach. Mastropietro couldn’t find the time to give the volunteer position as a coach in the Secaucus Little League his proper attention, so...

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Frank Musumici is your typical local teenager. He’s a West New York resident, he’s 15 years old, and loves playing basketball. But Musumici just enjoyed the trip of a lifetime playing the sport he loves. Musumici...

Weehawken’s Possick wins fourth national fencing title

In 2015, when 10-year-old Lola Possick won a national fencing championship, it was simply a novelty, a first-time occurrence, a reason to be extremely proud. “When I first started, I managed to shoot through and...

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For the past four summers, St. Peter’s Prep head basketball coach Alex Mirabel has honed his coaching skills by working with the national program of the Dominican Republic. This summer, his dedication and devotion is...

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Tyra Williams is a 12-year-old seventh grader at Jersey City’s P.S. 11. She’s obviously also a girl. But that didn’t stop young Tyra from participating at the 16th annual Rich Glover’s All Access to Life...
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