Union and Cranford football teams expected to earn top seeds in sections

UNION COUNTY, NJ — Union and Cranford, the two best football teams in Union County, as expected garnered top seeds in their sections. Rahway, at the last minute, snuck in, while Scotch Plains–Fanwood fell out. In all, 10 of Union County’s 17 football-playing schools qualified for the state playoffs, which commence around the state on […]

Dayton wins at Roselle Park 18-13

Dayton wins at Roselle Park 18-13

ROSELLE PARK, NJ — Prior to the opening kickoff, Jonathan Dayton High School senior Logan Solomine made a bold prediction to one of his teammates. “I told Justin Carrier that if I receive the kickoff, I’m going to take it to the house,” Solomine said. Solomine fielded Roselle Park senior Mateo Perez’s kick at his […]

Roselle Park Soccer Club honored as 2020 NJYS Recreation Program of the Year

Roselle Park Soccer Club honored as 2020 NJYS Recreation Program of the Year

ROSELLE PARK, NJ — New Jersey Youth Soccer continued its virtual celebration of the 33rd annual NJYS Awards presented by RWJBarnabas Health on Friday, March 5, officially announcing the Roselle Park Soccer Club as the 2020 NJYS Recreation Program of the Year. In addition to receiving a plaque, club President Max Gregory also participated in […]

Roselle Park girls hoops defeats Irvington HS 26-20

Roselle Park girls hoops defeats Irvington HS 26-20

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Irvington High School girls varsity basketball team lost 26-20 to Roselle Park in a home game on Feb. 6. For Roselle Park, Miranda Taveras was the top scorer, with 15 points — three two-pointers, two three-pointers and three free throws. Angela Amaya scored four points with two two-pointers. Reina Jeronimo and […]

Roselle Park girls hoops defeats Irvington HS 26-20

Roselle Park girls hoops defeats Irvington HS 26-20

ROSELLE PARK — The Irvington High School girls varsity basketball team lost 26-20 at home against Roselle Park in a home game on Feb. 6. For Roselle Park, Miranda Taveras was the top scorer, with 15 points — three two-pointers, two three-pointers and three free throws. Angela Amaya scored four points with two two-pointers. Reina […]

Instead of “Play Ball” all we have now is “Nobody knows” as far as if there will be a spring sports season

Nobody knows. Instead of the buildup for the most anticipated message of the spring sports season – “Play Ball” – all we have now is, “Nobody knows.” “This is just awful, on so many levels, and scary too,” Gov. Livingston baseball coach Chris Roof said. The continued spread of the Coronavirus in our lives continues […]

High school sports put on hold for now; Hopefully there will still be a spring season to look forward to

Union High School Athletic Director Linda Ionta is usually outside at this time of the season, barring a March snowstorm. She is out monitoring Union’s spring teams, taking in a baseball practice after school, watching a softball scrimmage, keeping an eye on the track and field athletes, etc. Involved in Union athletics now for 30 […]

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