Although a few of other districts around the state got underway Friday night, all the districts involving Colonial Valley Conference wrestlers will be one-day tournaments held on Saturday with the top-three finishers in each weight advancing to next week’s regions. The CVC wrestlers are spread around seven districts that are part of either region V or VI. The bulk of the Burlington County wrestlers are in Region VII.
Ewing >> A brief stumble earlier this month not withstanding, all signs point go for the high-powered Ewing High School girls basketball team (22-4). Taking on West Windsor North in the Mercer County Tournament Thursday night, Ewing rolled to a 65-30 victory in a game that was actually much more lopsided than the final score prior to the Blue Devils mercifully calling off their press. With the victory, No. 6 seed Ewing advanced into a quarterfinal round game on Saturday at Pennington Prep.
The New Jersey wrestling team championships are in the books and although there was some drama at times, everything went pretty much exactly as expected. With the exception of a certain media outlet that managed to come up with some wildly inaccurate projections, it was easy for just about everyone else to get it right. The Trentonian, for instance, picked 22 of the 24 sectional champs and all six of the group winners.
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