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Hamilton Township resident Steven Anderson makes a save for the New Jersey Jaguars during NJYHL playoff action.
NJYHL Hockey
Anderson helps New Jersey Jags into playoff finals
         Hamilton Township resident Stephen Anderson, a junior at Notre Dame, has been excelling in goal for the New Jersey Jaguars of the NJ Youth Hockey League’s U18AA Division.
        The Jaguars advanced to the best-of-three playoff finals, which begin Nov. 12, by coming out of the loser’s bracket to beat the Lawrenceville Flames and Hollydell Hurricanes. Robbinsville’s Rich Salava is also on the team.

Goalie Rob Young was the hockey half recipient of the inaugural Daniel Rossi Memorial Scholarship Award, given to a Steienrt hockey and football player (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Gonzalez, Young win inaugural Rossi Scholarship awards

Bendorf steps down as coach of Nottingham ice hockey

Playing for the Mount Laurel Jaguars, Hamilton’s Stephen Anderson makes one of his 30 saves in a 4-3 win over the Wisconsin State champions in the U16 National Hockey Championship Tournament in Reston, Va. The Jags finished fifth overall after falling to a team from Los Angeles in the quarterfinals.

After 22
seasons behind the Notre Dame and Steinert benches - the past 13  as Steinert's 
head coach - Bill James is stepping down to become more involved with his sons' activities (Photo by Dennis Symons Jr./purchase photos at dennissymons.com). 
Mar. 31 Ice Hockey
Steinert's James resigns after 13 seasons as head coach

Hamilton resident Stephen Anderson keeps his eye on the action in front of the goal during the Mount Laurel Jaguars NJYHL title game against Skylands Sunday night. The Yardville resident made 32 saves as the Jags won the crown.
Mar. 20 Club Hockey
Hamilton's Anderson helps Jaguars to U16AA state title

Members of the Mercer Chiefs celebrate their U18 A NJYHL state title after beating the Ice Vault Bandits in Saturday’s championship game. Celebrating the title are (front row, from left, township players bold faced) John Terry, Eric Ballschnieder, Captain-Tyler Schickner, Tyler Glassman, Sean Tohill, Zach Dorfman; (back row) Connor Given, Taylor Glanding, Chaz Nagy (Lawrence), coach Matt Wargo,  assistant captain Corey Crafford, Kevin Lanning, assistant captain Scott Muhlstein and captain Brenden Bendorf (Nottingham).
Feb. 26 NJYHL Hockey
Township players fuel Mercer Chiefs to U18 playoff title

John Terry tallied two goals as Nottingham ended its season with a 4-3 win at St. Joe's Hammonton Friday (Photo by Dennis Symons Jr./purchase photos at dennissymons.com).

Feb. 18 Ice Hockey
Township duo helps ND to MCT upset, 'Stars win finale

Hamilton celebrates Tom Tramontana's goal in Wednesday's MCT quarterfinal game. Unfortunately it was the Hornets lone highlight of the day in a 9-1 setback (Photo by John Blaine/purchae photos at
Feb. 16 MCT Ice Hockey
Hamilton hangs in for a while but PDS pulls away

Bryan Rock didn't get into goalie's gear until his sophomore years but made up for lost time with steady progress for Nottingham (Photo by Dennis Symons. Purchase photos at
Feb. 15 Ice Hockey
Biernat, Rock reflect on careers with joy and satisfaction

Frank Makovec just completed his 13th season as a volunteer assistant for Steinert's ice hockey team, lending his time to the young Spartans because they "keep me youthful." (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Feb. 15 Ice Hockey
For Steinert assistant, staying young beats a pay check

In a scene that will likely be repeated numerous times over the next several years, Stenert freshman Tanner Dow takes a shot on Hamilton sophomore Evan Morris in Monday's MCT game. Morris stopped Dow for one of his 24 saves in the Hornets victory (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing
Feb. 14 MCT Ice Hockey
West tops Spartans without key player, ‘Stars ousted

JoJo's waitress Amanda Long presents Nottingham's Brenden Bendorf with his gift card and Fish4Scores t-shirt after Bendorf was named the Fish4Scores.com/JoJo's Tavern Athlete of the Week (Photo by Ken Weingartner).
Feb. 12 Fish4Scores.com/JoJo's Athlete of the Week
Bendorf's record goal climaxes a highlight film career

Brenden Bendorf's two points against Ocean Township Friday put him  in the record books as Nottingham's all-time leading scorer (Photo by Wes "Media Mogul" Kirkpatrick).
Feb. 11 Ice Hockey
Bendorf stands alone as 'Stars career points producer

Feb. 10 Ice Hockey
Steinert to meet Hamilton in first round of MCT

Zach Glanding absorbs a hit from Lawrence's Pat Kelly during Tuesday night's Holiday Classic third-place consolation game (Photo by Ken Weingartner).
Feb. 8 Ice Hockey
Holiday Classic finally concludes with tough loss for West

Feb. 7 Ice Hockey
Hightstown rallies past Steinert in last two periods
            Feb. 7: Steinert struck first with a power play goal by Andrew Dudich (from Logan Rogers), but Hightstown countered with two second-period goals and one in the third in taking a 3-1 win today. The Spartans fell to 4-12-2 while Hightstown improved to 2-10.
The Steinert ice hockey team celebrates at the Sun Bank Arena after winning the Devils Cup with a victory over Nottingham Saturday (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Feb. 5 Ice Hockey
Spartans drink from Devils Cup after beating Nottingham

With Hamilton holding a hefty lead, Allison Pelke got some time in goal and clears a puck during Friday's win over Nottingham (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Feb. 4 Ice Hockey
Taylor Glanding's five goals help West pay back 'Stars

Steinert's Ryan Zujkowski had an assist in the Spartans tough 5-3 loss to Princeton at Mercer County Rink Thursday.
Feb. 3 Ice Hockey
Spartans give Princeton all it can handle before falling

Nottingham's Brenden Bendorf, who had two goals and two assists in the Northstars stunning victory, slips between two Hamilton defenders during Saturday's Devils Cup semifinal at Sun Bank Arena (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos at jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Jan. 22 Devils Cup Ice Hockey
Miracle victory for Nottingham; Steinert tops Hightstown

Steinert’s Brian Guynn stickhandles up ice against South Brunswick during the Spartans 6-2 loss at IceLand. Andrew Dudich had a goal and an assist, Sean Clinedinst had a goal and PJ Alexiadis had 27 saves for the Spartans, who had a three-game unbeaten string snapped. In another game, Evan Morris made 31 saves but Hamilton fell to WW-P South, 6-0 (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing

Ice Hockey
All three township teams in Saturday's Devils Cup field

Alex Verdi (left) celebrates with Brian Guynn after Verdi's late short-handed goal gave Steinert a 3-2 win over Lawrence Monday night at Mercer Rink (Photo by Ken Weingartner).
Jan. 17 Ice Hockey
Steinert tops Lawrence to run unbeaten string to three

Steinert's Sean Clinedinst battles a Freehold Township player for the puck during today's contest at IceLand (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Jan. 14 Ice Hockey
Steinert rallies twice to earn 2-2 tie with Freehold Twp

Ryan Zujkowski, who had a hat trick and a five-point game, gets ready to send one toward the goal while Nottingham's Kevin Fuller attempts to spoil Zujkowski's plans (Photo by John Blaine/purchase photos by e-mailing jbsportsphoto@aol.com).
Jan 11 Ice Hockey
Steinert tops 'Stars for first win as freshman line excels

Zach Glanding (3) congratulates fellow sophomore Jared Romanski after Romanski scored Hamilton's first goal and tied the game with Lawrence during Monday's game. Taylor Glanding (7) and Shawn Hrymack (17) also head over to congratulate Romanski, who also assisted on the game-winning goal (Photo by Dennis Symons Jr/purchase photos at dennissymons.com).
Jan. 10 Ice Hockey
Hamilton comes all the way back for 4-3 win over Cards

Jan. 7 Ice Hockey
Steinert plays well but falls to Pennington after layoff

Taylor Glanding scores one of his two third-period goals as the Hornets put a scare into Robbinsville by scoring five goals in the last 15 minutes before falling 6-5 (Photo by Dennis Symons Jr./purchase photos at dennissymons.com).
Jan. 3 Ice Hockey
Hornets comeback falls just short, 'Stars fall to Princeton

Dec. 23-Jan. 1 Ice Hockey
A look back at Hornets effort in Hamilton Holiday tourney

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Apr. 5, 2015

The blog is

      Apr. 5: What better day to resurrect this blog than Easter Sunday, right?

       Happy Easter everybody, I hope you’ve all had a good past eight months while I’ve been gone, and I hope you have a nice holiday today.

             * * *

        So, how about this Steinert baseball team. When you talk about amazing starts to a season, it doesn’t get better than what the Spartans have done.

       In their first two games, they rally to tie it in the seventh and win it in the bottom of the eighth. That’s a tough act to follow, and yet yesterday the Spartans beat the No. 1 ranked team in the state.

        What was most impressive about that feat is that Steinert did it legitimately. OK, maybe a few of the big hits got help from the wind, but for the most part, Steinert stung the ball against one of the state’s best pitchers. The Spartans pitching harnessed an attack that had scored 27 runs in two games, and the defense was nearly flawless.

        Kudos to both coaches afterward. Brian “The Chef” Giallella did not gloat over the win and kept things in perspective. GC’s Mike Rucci took his team to task, saying it did nothing right. But at the same time he praised the Spartans for their effort and gave them their due credit.

         It was a great day at Fort Giallella, which is abuzz these days with the addition of Jim “Chorizo & Eggs” Geraci as the public address announcer.

            * * *
     Since this is the first blog in 8 months, I must take time to acknowledge our new Athlete of the Week sponsor, Rossi's Tavern on Whitehorse Road. Alan Meinster, Mike Rossi and the crew have been awesome to work with.
    And for those who don't know, the legendary hamburger establishment is now running a Sunday brunch from 10 to 2, so check it out. Good stuff!
            * * *

      Who said Rutgers fans don’t have any rooting interest in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament?

        If Wisconsin can defeat Duke Monday night, the Scarlet Knight faithful can proudly say their team beat the team that went on to win the national championship. Of course, the Badgers didn’t have Frank Kaminsky in that game, and the win was followed by 13 straight losses to end the season, so make of it what you will.

           * * *

      I’m wrestling with what to make of Kentucky after last night. Everyone says it’s a special team, it went 38-0, blah blah blah. But, how special can a team be that doesn’t even make it to the finals?

      I understand that this was a team that could have let egos get in the way with so many superstars, and they all banded together, sacrificed playing time and had one heck of a run. I still think, however, they are a better team than Wisconsin. And when you’re the better team and you don’t win, that takes a little shine off the “special” tag.

      I myself think Wisconsin is pretty special. They are a fun team to watch (as was Kentucky) and they use their personnel to perfection. Sam Dekker is the perfect complement to Kaminsky, who is unique just by the fact he always looks like he’s five seconds away from dozing off.

      And the biggest thing Wisconsin did, was make life normal again for all of us Duke haters. The scuttlebutt was that if Duke and Kentucky met in the finals, this would be one time everyone rooted for Duke because it was the underdog (I would have rooted for Kentucky).

        As it turns out, we don’t have to worry about it anymore. Goooooo Badgers!!!

           * * *

      So I have a 17-game season ticket plan for the Phillies, and I was complaining on Friday night because one of the games in my plan was the exhibition game with the Pirates.

       Well, kudos to the Phils for pulling a class act. Because of the bad weather, anyone with tickets to that game can exchange their stubs for any game in April besides opening day.

     Granted, Phils will be hurting for fans this year. But still, it’s a nice gesture.

        * * *

     This is way overdue and something I would have written in February if I had a blog in February. But this issue of Tom Brady vs. Joe Montana as the greatest quarterback is interesting.

       Most people seem to think Montana is the better QB because he went 4-0 in the Super Bowl. He never lost. Brady, of course, is 4-2. So because he has won as many Supes as Montana, but lost two, he is not as great.

       So, what does that mean? We are penalizing our quarterbacks for making it to the Super Bowl? If you make it and lose, it diminishes your value?

        And of course, the most ludicrous reason I ever heard (from a Philadelphia radio host) is that Montana is greater because he beat better quarterbacks.

       There is no more useless stat in sports than a quarterback’s record vs. another quarterback, because they are playing against the defense. I don’t know what the statistics are, so I’m not sure how good the defenses were that Montana beat, as opposed to the defenses that Brady beat. But that is what should determine this argument, don’t you think?

      Let’s put it this way. One of the great defenses of all time was the 1985 Chicago Bears. The quarterback of that team was a charismatic but hardly great Jim McMahon. Let’s just say the Patriots beat the Bears in that Super Bowl (instead, they got blown out).

       Going by this radio host’s barometer, New England quarterback Tony Eason’s feat wouldn’t be all that great because he only beat McMahon. When, in fact, he actually beat a legendary defense.

     Anyway, I’m putting Brady as the greatest. I think getting to six Super Bowls and winning four of them is pretty damn impressive, especially when it took a miracle catch in one of his losses to beat him.

               * * *

     OK, I know this blog is pretty boring. But hey, it’s been a while. I’m just warming up.
  The next one I write will be VERY boring. :) 


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