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When the 2019-2020 girls’ high school basketball season began, Weehawken head coach Chris Hernandez didn’t know what to expect. The Indians graduated a few top scorers from last year’s team that went 23-5 and rolled...

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Justin Williams knows full well what it means to be downtrodden and down on your luck. The junior captain of the football team at Snyder High School once experienced those feelings of despair and hopelessness,...

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There has never been any question of Corey Manning-Floyd’s talents on the basketball court. The Snyder High School senior has been nothing short of brilliant and put himself on the collective basketball map when his...

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When Secaucus native Matt Toman transferred two years ago from Secaucus High School to nearby St. Mary’s of Rutherford, the talented quarterback was basically making the move to better enhance his value with prospective...

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The 2019-2020 boys’ high school basketball season was expected to be a great one for the Patriots of Secaucus. It was the season that Patriots head coach Tom Curry waited for, paying his dues, enduring...

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

The date: June 1, 2019. Alicia Campbell, at the time a junior at Snyder High School, was competing in the triple jump at the NJSIAA Group III state championships at Central Regional High School in...

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It was one thing for the St. Dominic Academy indoor track and field team to claim that they won one NJSIAA state championship relay title when the Blue Devils won for the first time...

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If you take a look around Hudson County boys’ basketball, each team has that true solid scorer, the go-to guy a team can count on when the chips are down and the game is...

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

It looked as if the girls’ basketball program at Secaucus High School was losing a top scorer every single year. Two years ago, Lindsey Mack graduated from the program and took her 1,685 career points...

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Anthony Verdi walked away once from being the head wrestling coach at St. Peter’s Prep, despite having the premier program in Hudson County and one of the finest in the NJSIAA Non-Pubic A North...

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