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WEISZ BEYOND HIS YEARS: Princeton University men's basketball player tracks a foe in recent action.
Two Super Bowl champions - the Oakland Raiders' first-round draft pick Jack Tatum and the San Francisco 49ers' Renaldo "Skeets" Nehemiah - highlight a group of seven Garden State sports luminaries recently inducted into the NJSIAA Bollinger Hall of Fame's class of 2013.
Not that he needed one but Isiah Taylor and the Pennington School boys' basketball team got a reminder of just how fervent the rivalry is between the Red Raiders and Mercer County and NJISAA Prep 'B' rival Princeton Day School well before the two teams tipped off Monday afternoon.
Damon Lynn was a late bloomer at Union Catholic High School, but he's having a huge impact early for the NJIT men's basketball team.
Rutgers welcomes Garden State foe Princeton to the RAC on Wednesday evening for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off.
On Nov. 26 the Verona Board of Education approved the recommendations of Eric McElroy as the Hillbillies head golf coach and Joseph Phelan as the head baseball coach.
Hunterdon Central turned out to be the last one standing in the New Jersey football season.
Nate Hickman and Everson Davis came up huge on both sides of the ball for Peddie, as both players tallied 14 points and combined to force a game-saving turnover with 14 seconds remaining to lead Peddie over Shipley , 56-53, in the MAPL-Friends Boys Basketball Challenge for Coaches vs. Cancer at the Hun School in Princeton.
Approximately 50 miles west of the devastation that still lingers in Point Pleasant Beach and its surrounding communities, there was one post-superstorm Sandy scene 13 months later that everyone could get on board with early Saturday afternoon.
Paramus Catholic's offense stole the show in last year's final, but Friday night it was all about the defense that has been rock solid the whole season.
Although Phillipsburg never goes to Easton on Thanksgiving Day looking for a "moral victory," the Stateliners came away from Fisher Field with just that, following a 16-7 loss to a Red Rovers squad that P'burg coach Ryan Ditze credited with being "the best defense we've faced this year."
Senior defensive ends Austin Stevens and Darius Slade combine on a quarterback sack during a game earlier this season.