Harmodio Cruz had his rival in the his head during the boys 400m dash even though his adversary wasn't even a part of the race. South Brunswick's Cruz, who took second in the event at last season's Greater Middlesex Conference Championships, couldn't help but think about East Brunswick's Brandon Phillip, the runner that topped Cruz by 0.49 ...
The South Brunswick and Old Bridge High School indoor track and field teams continued its dominance on Saturday at the Greater Middlesex Conference Championships at the Bennett Center in Toms River. The South Brunswick girls team won its third-straight title and ninth championship in 11 years. The Vikings took first ahead of East Brunswick, 109-71. Click here ...
NJ.comGreater Middlesex Conference boys basketball rankings for Tuesday, Jan. 10NJ.comGREATER MIDDLESEX CONFERENCE. 1-St. Joseph (Met.) (8-0). 2-Piscataway (4-3). 3-South Brunswick (6-1). 4-Woodbridge (8-0). 5-Old Bridge (6-3). 6-North Brunswick (4-3). 7-Sayreville (7-3). 8-Perth Amboy (3-5). 9-East Brunswick (2-4). 10-Carteret (8-1).HNT/GMC Boys
NJ.comGirls Basketball: Greater Middlesex Conference rankings for Thursday, Jan. 12NJ.comGREATER MIDDLESEX CONFERENCE RANKINGS 1-Sayreville (9-1) 2-Bishop Ahr (7-3) 3-South Brunswick (6-2) 4-East Brunswick (6-2) 5-Edison (7-2) 6-Woodbridge (7-2) 7-South River (8-2) 8-Piscataway (5-4) 9-Old Bridge (6-4) 19-Middlesex (6-3).
NJ.comIce Hockey: VOTE for the best goal scorer in the Greater Middlesex ConferenceNJ.comAs part of this first installment of position-by-position polls for girls soccer, NJ.com wants to know who you think is the top scorer in the Greater Middlesex Conference.
NJ.comGreater Middlesex Conference rankings for Tuesday, Jan. 17NJ.comGREATER MIDDLESEX CONFERENCE 1-St. Joseph (Met.) (11-0) 2-Piscataway (7-3) 3-South Brunswick (9-2) 4-Old Bridge (8-4) 5-North Brunswick (7-3) 6-Sayreville (9-4) 7-Woodbridge (9-2) 8-Perth Amboy (5-6) 9-Carteret (11-2) 10-Bishop Ahr (6-6).
Greater Media NewspapersMonroe among competitive teams in GMC bowlingGreater Media NewspapersIt's shaping up to be a fascinating and competitive girls' bowling tournament when the Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC) gathers for its championships next month. A larger than usual number of