Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Sarah Elstien participated in the U.S. Rowing Youth Nationals earlier this year.
Sarah Elstien of Kinnelon will row on the University of Kansas women’s crew team. Team coach Rob Catloth announced Saturday that Elstien has been added to the team’s roster. “We feel like the strength and athleticism of our spring signees will meld well with the signees we had in the fall,” Catloth told kusports.com. “We are looking for them to come in and elevate our program.” Elstien, who has been rowing with the North Jersey Rowing program for three years, signed a letter of intent to attend the university in April, NJ.com reported. She rowed at single scull at the U.S. Rowing Youth Nationals earlier this year.
Thursday, June 13, 2013
After a mess of a season, the Jets look to move forward with the right signal caller. Who do you think is the better option this season?
Practice makes perfect, and if you take a look at the Jets’ performance last season, they need a lot of practice. But don't fear Jets fans, Gang Green is already on the practice field at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park. Hundreds of fans attended the team's mini-camp Tuesday and got a good look at the Jets' current quarterback competition. While projected starter Mark Sanchez was throwing a pass, a Jets fan could be heard saying, “he looks good out there, he is in control,” while another muttered, “False leadership.” Draft pick Geno Smith and Sanchez took turns running the offense, but pay no mind to the order in which the names are written. Geno looked good and was putting the ball on the money but Sanchez was much…
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
A wild fourth quarter ended on the final play in the 2013 Paul Robeson game. Check out the video.
There's nothing quite like a big time spring football game. About 80 of the finest football players from around North Jersey gathered Tuesday for the 2013 Paul Robeson All-Star Football Classic, and this year it was an instant classic. The West blocked a field goal as time expired to win 13-12. Senior football players from Essex and eastern Passaic County comprised the East All-Stars, and seniors from Morris, Sussex, Warren and western Passaic counties formed the West All-Stars. Not only did the game feature some of the best football talent New Jersey has to offer, it also attempted to give back to a charitable cause. “We started reaching out to the area schools in February,” said East Manager Ken Trimmer. “There is some great talent out …
Coach said the girls showed 'fantastic tenacity.'
The Kinnelon Under 11 Girls Sting soccer team won the Morris County Youth Soccer Association League Cup recently. “They showed fantastic tenacity,” said coach Jon McHenry. “We beat some pretty impressive teams. They played really well and I’m very proud of them.” The team won the final game of the two-month long tournament by making all three penalty shots at the end of the game.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Class is sponsored by the Butler Recreation Department.
Monday, June 10, 2013
Team traveled to New Windsor, N.Y. for four-game tournament.
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Baseball, softball state championship games postponed to Sunday.
Update: Friday 1:30 p.m. There has been no announcement of changes to the Tournament of Champions lacrosse games at Kean University on Saturday night. This is the new softball and baseball schedule for Sunday as released by the NJSIAA: Baseball Softball --- Update: Friday 1:10 p.m. At the moment the Lacrosse Tournament of Champions finals at Kean University are still on as scheduled. Baseball and softball games have been pushed to Sunday. A confirmed schedule has not yet been released. It looks as if games will take place in the same order at the same locations. Times may be adjusted. Check back with Patch for an updated schedule. ---Original Post--- Spring sports for New Jersey's high schools are winding down but not before champions …
Thursday, May 30, 2013
The inaugural Guinness International Champions Cup is scheduled for early August, and MetLife Stadium was chosen as a host.
MetLife Stadium has been named as the site for the second round matches of the Guinness International Champions Cup, bringing powerhouse clubs such as Chelsea FC and A.C. Milan to North Jersey this summer. Seven European soccer teams, including Chelsea FC, A.C. Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus, will participate in the inaugural Guinness International Champions Cup. The eight-team tournament also includes the L.A. Galaxy as the U.S. representative. A.C. Milan, Valencia, Chelsea and Inter Milan are the four teams that have been placed in the Eastern division and all four will compete at MetLife Stadium on August 4. The teams playing in MetLife Stadium represent Spain, Italy and England and are among the world’s best. Chelsea, A.C. Milan and …
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Triboro pitcher Brooke Redner, pitched a complete game "No-Hitter" with 11 strikeouts against an undefeated Ringwood team.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
New York Yankees and Manchester City have teamed up to bring a new professional soccer team to NYC by 2015.
The New York Red Bulls, who call Harrison their home, will not be the only face of professional footy in the metropolitan area for much longer. New York City is planning to kick the ball around in the MLS come the spring of 2015. Major League Soccer Commissioner Dan Garber announced the birth of the newest franchise in the MLS: the New York City Football Club. The new club will be owned by 2012 Barclay’s Premier League champions Manchester City and the 27 time World Series champion New York Yankees. “This opportunity is huge for us and huge for the city. We will work to deliver good, beautiful football to the fans in New York,” said Manchester City CEO Ferran Soriano. “We are very happy and honored to have the Yankees as partners.” Yankees…