MORRISTOWN _ Villa Walsh's Kerri Clifford made quite a splash at the Morris County Tournament quarterfinals as a freshman.
The Vikings lost by five in overtime to Hanover Park but Clifford made an impression, erupting for a career-high 30 points.
DENVILLE _ For Morris Catholic, it was a matter of remaining poised under pressure.
Hanover Park, sluggish over the initial nine minutes, climbed out of a 14-point hole and cut its deficit to one early in the fourth quarter.
HANOVER _ Being in a "sports atmosphere" is all it takes to get Whippany Park's Christine Jones going.
All athletes certainly rev it up at game time but Jones takes it a little bit higher.
MONTVILLE _ Situational basketball has been an integral part of Montville's practices of late.
The clock is set at 30 seconds. The Mustangs may be up by two points or down by one at the end of the fictitional game.
MADISON _ The margin of victory was wide, way wider than Mendham coach Roy Hamblem imagined it would be.
The Minutemen took top team honors once again at the Morris County Winter Track Championships held on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at Drew University.
MORRISTOWN _ At most schools, freshmen and sophomores rarely make varsity, much less see action in games.
Not at Morristown-Beard.
RANDOLPH _ Mendham's Sarah Zimmermann has an abundance of musical talent, performing with the New Jersey Youth Chorus as a mezzo soprano and playing the trumpet in the high school's marching band.
Zimmermann also possesses exceptional fencing abilities.
DENVILLE _ With Sparta clinging to a five-point lead late in its game against Morris Knolls, Jacqueline Foley was hard at work.
Foley, a 5-foot-3 senior guard, was doing all she could to help the Spartans maintain their edge.
WARREN _ Banish the notion that swimmers are focused, blinders-on types of athletes.
Chatham junior Reagan Kology certainly isn't and, apparently, neither are her teammates.
MADISON _ As a gymnast, Mendham's Julia Mszanski was accustomed to repetition.
When Mszanski did something incorrectly, she went back and did it again. And again. And again.