Columbia HS softball team blanks Glen Ridge

Columbia HS softball team blanks Glen Ridge

MAPLEWOOD/SOUTH ORANGE – Sophomore pitcher Jordan Stephan struck out nine and allowed two hits and two walks to lead the Columbia High School varsity softball team to a 10-0 win over Glen Ridge on Monday, April 11, at Meadowland Park field. Stephan, sophomore right fielder Addie Nicholas and sophomore first baseman Sophie Goldman each had […]

Former New York Mets pitcher and current broadcaster Ron Darling to sign copies of new book, ‘Game 7, 1986’, at Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center on April 21

UPPER MONTCLAIR – Ron Darling, the Mets’ former All-Star pitcher and currently an award-winning TV analyst, will discuss and sign copies of his new book “Game 7, 1986: Failure and Triumph in the Biggest Game of My Life,” at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center on April 21 from 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at The […]

Jaguar Track Team earns several medals at Youth Indoor Championships

Jaguar Track Team earns several medals at Youth Indoor Championships

SOUTH ORANGE – The Jaguar Track Team headed to the 2016 Hershey USATF Youth Indoor Championships March 11-13th prepared and ready to run after great performances at the Potomac Valley 14 and Under Invitational in Maryland. At Nationals, the young Jaguars took the medal stand 20 times during the final meet of the indoor season […]

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center displays new exhibit, ‘Champions in Bronze’

UPPER MONTCLAIR – The Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center is pleased to announce the opening of  “Champions in Bronze”  – an exhibit of iconic sports sculptures by Marc Mellon, one of America’s foremost figurative sculptors. Known for his portrait busts, commemorative statues and other works in bronze, Mellon’s works are highly recognizable throughout the […]

Lisa Morgan restored Columbia HS track and field glory

Coach leaves behind tremendous legacy after sensational eight-year run

MAPLEWOOD/SOUTH ORANGE – When Lisa Morgan took over the Columbia High School indoor and outdoor track and field program, she had one goal in mind: to restore its rich and proud tradition. Eight years later, Morgan accomplished that mission and more. But it’s an end of an era. Morgan stepped down as head coach following […]

Columbia HS track and field standout Cheyenne Trigg commits to Syracuse University

MAPLEWOOD – Columbia High School senior Cheyenne Trigg has committed to Syracuse University to continue her track and field career. This past indoor season, Trigg ran on the winning 4×200-meter relay, 4×400-meter relay and 1,600-meter sprint relay teams to help the Cougars win the team title at the Essex County Relays for the 13 consecutive […]

Essex County HS basketball legends to be honored at dinner on April 28

A dinner honoring the all-time Essex County boys’ and girls’ basketball players who starred during the Essex County Tournament era will be held April 28 at 6 p.m. at the Franklin Steakhouse in Nutley. The ECT for boys began in 1947 and for girls in 1975. The cost is $25 per person. Tickets can be […]

Columbia HS baseball team defeats Verona in season opener

MAPLEWOOD/SOUTH ORANGE – The Columbia High School varsity baseball team rallied to beat Verona, 4-2, in the season opener Friday, April 1, at Underhill Field. Luke Jackson went 2-for-3 with three RBI and a run and Daniel Cotler and Chistian Pierre each went 1-for-3 with a stolen base to lead the Cougars. Verona scored a […]

Columbia HS boys’ tennis team seeks another banner season

  The Columbia High School boys’ varsity tennis team lost seven players to graduation from last year’s conference championship-winning squad, including five starters. But with a deep roster that features promising, hard-working players, the Cougars are looking to have another successful season. Guided by head coach Bob Lieberman, CHS finished 18-6 overall, including winning the […]

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