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Past articles by Will:

Pats grind out 1st win behind early Falleni goal

SPARTA – The Lenape Valley field hockey team put on a textbook clinic on how to win on the road in high school sports on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Regular-season champion Miners blast Boulders

FRANKFORD -- The Sussex County Miners returned to Skylands Stadium as the Can-Am League regular season champions for the second consecutive game on Saturday evening, having already clinched the pennant on Friday. → Read More

Hall packs punch on ground for Mustangs

There's almost nothing more valuable to a football coach than having a running back that can get that crucial extra yard, whether it be moving the chains or even icing a game. → Read More

Hill looks to climb higher in senior season on court

Considering its dominance over Sussex County in the last decade, the saying "Tradition Never Graduates" certainly applies to the High Point girls basketball program. → Read More

Hopatcong's Claudia Luca back on her feet for senior season

The naturally hilly landscape that Hopatcong sits on makes it a prime area for distance runners to their build endurance and lower times. → Read More

3-run rally in 7th lifts Miners

FRANKFORD -- Having dropped their first three games in this weekend's critical series against Trois-Rivieres, the Sussex County Miners needed a win on Sunday before embarking on a five-game road trip. It wasn't pretty, but a late, seventh-inning rally ... → Read More

Area standouts on girls' side highlight BT camp's 2nd week

There are very few things Brian Thomas loves more than teaching the game of basketball. → Read More

Newton's Alex Stone showcases baseball skill on national stage

At its highest levels, the travel baseball world features two things. The first is big-time competition, something that Newton High School standout Alex Stone has been getting accustomed to, considering the rising senior is off to Duke University. → Read More

Local squads fine tune their skills at summer hoops camps

Perhaps more so than any other sport, basketball is a game of specific skill sets that need to be crafted year-round. Passing, ball handling and shooting are the basics, though purists would argue all three to some degree have become lost arts. → Read More

Reynolds sparks Miners to 5-2 win over Shikoku

FRANKFORD -- As their 2019 regular season moved past its quarter mark on Sunday, the Sussex County Miners held serve in the early Can-Am League pennant race that they are defending. → Read More

Sussex County Beavers begin play in collegiate baseball league

WANTAGE -- For local baseball fans, the Sussex County Miners will not be the only team in town to check out this summer. → Read More

Stenderowicz, Mastroianni win Group 1 track titles

SOMERSET -- The Kittatinny and Wallkill Valley track teams drove over an hour to the NJSIAA Group 1 Track and Field championships at Franklin High School. But with each school bringing back a state championship in tow. → Read More

Miners ring in 2019 season with championship ceremony

FRANKFORD -- Thousands of fans came to join the celebration that the Sussex County Miners put on Friday night, as the franchise put a formal wrap to its magical 2018 season that culminated in the Can-Am League title. → Read More

Honold puts HP-WV into Sussex Cup finals with four-goal game

HARDYSTON -- Already a senior that has amassed more than 100 points in his four-year varsity career, High Point-Wallkill Valley standout Eric Honold was hoping to make a statement in Wednesday night's Sussex Cup semifinal against Newton-Lenape Valley. → Read More

Myer a marvel for Pope John, earns Herald's 2018 Girls Runner of the Year honors

When asked about her senior season, Pope John cross-country standout Emma Myer had a surprising outlook on it: slightly disappointed. → Read More

Sparta-Jefferson kicks off winter season with 5-0 loss to Chatham

HARDYSTON -- The Sparta-Jefferson United hockey team is a relatively inexperienced group this season. Unfortunately for the area squad, the season's schedule happened to throw them right in the fire in Saturday evening's season opener. → Read More

Area skates into winter as hockey season begins Saturday

Believe it or not, the Sussex County high school ice hockey season -- and with it, the entire winter sports calendar in the area -- is set to begin Saturday. → Read More

Pollison bros. make presence known in big spots

NEWTON -- Forty-eight minutes. That was the exact amount of time Kittatinny football coach Joe Coltelli zeroed in on when addressing his squad -- specifically his senior class -- before Friday night's North 1, Group 2 final at Newton. → Read More

7 standouts enter Sussex County HOF

SPARTA -- Saturday night marked a very special occasion for the High Point, Newton and Pope John athletic communities. → Read More

Cougs crush Mahwah in N1,G2 quarterfinals

HAMPTON -- The offensive line took over in Kittatinny's NJSIAA North 1, Group 2 quarterfinal round contest vs. Mahwah, and ultimately powered the locals to a 47-18 demolition of the Thunderbirds. → Read More