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If the first two meetings between Metuchen and South Plainfield were any indication, Thursday night’s Greater Middlesex Conference final between the two was destined to be a close affair.
Jake Beacher of Metuchen ran the third-fastest time in the GMC Championships since 2010
Each year, the Middlesex County Guidance Council presents one student from every high school in the county with a Caring Award for outstanding volunteer community service. The 2017 Caring Awards were presented to students during a ceremony held last month at Middlesex County College.
The veteran offensive combination of Mya Stolarski and Rory Josell have been a game-changer for Metuchen and with the pair healthy and roaming the pitch, there hasn't been a team on the schedule yet that can slow down the Bulldogs.
An undefeated record this season has not satisfied the Metuchen High School girls soccer team.
In 1970, Donald Wernik, then the newly elected mayor of Metuchen, floated the idea of developing a six-acre commuter parking lot near the train station. He reasoned that an influx of commercial property would relieve some of the citizenry’s tax burden.
Whether it’s a burning sun-drenched day or so chilly you want to crawl right back into your warmups, Metuchen boys cross country coach Marty Holleran has a saying—perfect XC weather.
The 2016 girls soccer season for Metuchen High School was one plagued by injuries and unrealized potential.
Some of the state's best talents are back for another run in 2017, including a handful of All-State selections from a year ago.
There's been a quiet buzz around the Metuchen High School girls tennis program the last few years, and after last season it's starting to get louder.
Liam Walker couldn’t get a hug. It wasn’t anything personal, mind you. Just that the Metuchen High School junior was temporarily caked in mud from head to toe.
Rutgers announced its team captains this week and among them was fifth-year senior starting left guard Dorian Miller. He is the most veteran player on the offensive line and talked with Scarlet Nation about what it was like to be named one of four team captains for the 2017 season.
Rutgers football voted on its 2017 representatives for captain, selecting fifth-year senior offensive lineman Dorian Miller, fifth-year senior quarterback Kyle Bolin, fifth-year senior defensive lineman Darnell Davis and junior linebacker Deonte Roberts.

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