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The fitness center when its unoccupied.

Get Sweaty and Be Healthy

MICHAEL ALVAREZ ‘25 May 9, 2022

Located next to the auto tech room and behind the small gym, the Edison High fitness center is a place for students to physically better themselves. Whether students participate in sports or not, the “in-school gym” is open...

Boys Lacrosse: New Season, New Team

ADEDOYIN AYENI '23 April 28, 2022

As the spring sports season begins so many sports are kicking off. This year the Boys Lacrosse season has started off strong. This year they have many new players on the field as well as a new head coach, Mr. Mike Yascko. Kyle...

Golf Team Experiences Resurgence

ATHARVA INAMDAR ‘24 April 28, 2022

Golf season officially kicked off with the first match on April 1 against Woodbridge High School. What differentiates this season is the more than doubling of the team.  Last year, the team had just five players, with four...

Niko Barnes poses with Mr. Charles Ross and Mr. David Sandaal, with a poster commemorating a milestone in his career.

Barnes Makes Basketball History

DEREK DUDEK '25 April 28, 2022

What makes a basketball career legendary?  Well, for starters, one must demonstrate the ability to lead their team to success and become a crucial component of their team’s core.  It is essential to maximize one’s potential...

Heli Parikh 24 dances to Edison Color Guards show, Reclaim

Reclaiming Mother Nature With First Place Victory

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN '25 April 28, 2022

Scoring a 73.62—the highest score of the night and the season thus far—in addition to winning first place and moving up a competition class, the Edison High School’s color guard runs their show at their first competition...

The Girls Varsity Lacrosse team

The Return of Girls Lacrosse

VARNIKA SIRIGINEEDI ‘25 April 28, 2022

The Edison High School Girl’s Lacrosse season began on March 10, 2022. Already, the Varsity Eagles are off to a speedy start, taking second place in their division. With an undefeated Junior Varsity (JV) team, both coaches set...

The Spring Track and Field team go head to head against Colonia.

Influx of Novice Spring Track Athletes Show Lots of Potential

AVA YAP ‘23 April 28, 2022

Whether the athletes are running, throwing, jumping, or pole vaulting, the Edison High School track and field program this spring opens new opportunities for athletes to diversify their abilities. Returning members are looking...

Boys Tennis Resumes

ROBYN NEMETH ‘23 April 28, 2022

Among flowering trees and warmer weather, this spring season reintroduces numerous sports. Under Assistant Coach Ms. Joanne Markano and Head Coach Mr. Wesley Smith, boys tennis resumed on March 11th, 2022. With the dissolution...

The boys Varsity volleyball team before their scrimmage against Watchung Hills Regional High School.

Boys Volleyball Has Begun: A Season Preview

SAMARTH KAUSHIK ‘23 and SARINA AHMED ‘23 April 28, 2022

As the spring season comes in full swing, so does the 2021-2022 boys volleyball season. The season started on Friday, April 1st 2022 and so far, the team holds a 4—1 record, playing in the GMC White Division. Coming off a 10—7...

Haley Zampella at East Brunswick gymnastics competition

Zampella Ready To Rumble

CHISOM IHEZUE '23 April 28, 2022

Gymnastics is a sport that includes physical exercises requiring balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination, dedication, and endurance. The movements involved in gymnastics contribute to the development of the arms,...

The Edison High School swim team at GMC championships.

The Edison High School Swim Team

SAMARTH KAUSHIK ‘23 and GAURUNG VASAN ‘23 February 14, 2022

This school year, the Edison High School Swim Team is in the red division. They have dual meets with teams from other red division schools in Middlesex County. The Swim Team is coached by Mrs. Kaitlin Hoey, who also teaches World...

(from left) Brittney Hernandez 22, Sunny Lee 23, Yeji Shin 22, Marooba Khan 22, Martyna Stalenyj 24, Pooja Katara 24, Ilianna Boyce 23, and (not pictured) Sophie Shin 23 at Majestic Lanes.

Bowling: More Than Just Knocking Pins Down

STELLA WONG ‘25 February 14, 2022

With the sound of bowling pins striking down the lane, the player earns a strike for the team, and a wholesome and cheerful spirit punctures into the bowling team and the crowd. The people go wild for the team—unless you are...

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