News from the Ravens Nest: Robbinsville High School sports briefs

RHS sports highlights include Lauren Fischer reaching a hitting milestone as she picks up her 100th career hit for the Ravens on April 5.

Handcrafted arts & crafts fair featuring 70 artisans returns to RHS

“Cutting-edge” handcrafted fair featuring 70 regional artisans opens April 20 at Robbinsville High School with free admission to shoppers.

Former NFL star brings a “no fussin’ and cussin”’ coaching style to RHS

Former NFL star Irving Fryar starts his job as head football coach at Robbinsville High School and talks about his “no fussin’ and cussin’” coaching philosophy.

Former Raven ice hockey player living the dream, setting goals

Robbinsville High School graduate Anthony Rosetta is fresh off winning a championship in the Atlantic Junior Hockey League as a member of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.

RHS alum pitching strong for Seton Hall University

Pitcher Sam Burum, of Robbinsville, is off to a strong start for the Seton Hall Pirates.

Young lacrosse team, new coach ready to step up their game in 2013 season

New RHS boys varsity lacrosse coach Don Green is anxious to get into the pre-season scrimmages to see how his young group stacks up with some other area teams.

Dream season ends with tough OT loss to two-time state champions

RHS ice hockey finished the year 20-6-1, reached the Mercer County Tournament final, and won their first- and second-round state tournament games for the first time in program history.

Two track and field athletes sign to play for Division I schools

Two RHS track and field athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to play for the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Connecticut next year.

RHS wrestlers go to the mat

Ravens wrestling has a pair of District 25 champions as Christopher Tan won the title at 120 pounds and Tyler Gildner added a championship in the 285-pound weight class Feb. 23.

RHS pole-vaulter setting high bar for himself at Meet of Champions

RHS pole-vaulter Craig Hunter is the frontrunner in Saturday’s Meet of Champions, the state‚Äôs top track and field event taking place at the John Bennett Indoor Sports Complex in Toms River.