PARLIN, NJ—The Sayreville Bombers (3-0) are equipped with arguably the most balanced offensive attack in the Greater Middlesex Conference.

Against the New Brunswick Zebras (0-3), Sayreville scored a total of eight times, consisting of four rushing and three passing touchdowns, and one 83-yard kick-return.

After being asked whether he prefers to run or pass the ball, Sayreville head coach Chris Beagan responded, "Well, pick your poison."

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On a hot and humid 91-degree night at Memorial Stadium, the New Brunswick Zebras football team hosted a packed house as they welcomed in the Piscataway Chiefs to begin their inaugural season in the Greater Middlesex Conference's Red Division.

For the Zebras to win games in this division, they need to be flawless. It's tough to pull this off for any team in week one, and on this particular Friday night, they were far from it.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Some critics say this is a re-building year for the NBHS Zebras boys soccer team, in light of the absence of some of their top players from last year's 20-2 team.

This includes Golden Boot winner Kevin Sanchez, Jason Zarate, Raul Galindo, Alexis Narvaez, Arlin Martinez, Carlos Santos, Adam Sarmiento, Kevin Canseco, and Claudio Guzman.

These players were responsible for 104 of the 115 goals scored last season.

COLONIA, NJ–On a hot and humid 85-degree day, the New Brunswick Zebras persevered on the road against the Colonia Patriots, earning their first win of the season on September 8.

The Zebras were coming off a successful 2015 season, finishing 15-7 as the second best team in Central Jersey Group IV play.

PISCATAWAY, NJ—With over 3,000 in attendance at home which included many girls from the Players Development Academy (PDA), Sky Blue FC (6-6-4) dropped the ball with a 1-3 loss in a crucial match against the visiting Chicago Red Stars (8-4-4).

Sky Blue FC did not pick up where they left off after finishing 3-1 before the four-week break for the Olympics.

The team was playing aggressive and hungry to win, pressuring their opponents with a fierce tenacity to win each challenge and took down the best team in the league.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Pokémon Go is the free "augmented reality" mobile phone game that has taken the country by storm, bringing its millions of users outdoors all over the U.S.

Nintendo and The Pokémon Company released the game in the U.S. on July 7, and it quickly captured more daily users than Instagram and Snapchat.  Within the first week, more than 21 million users had signed up to play.

PISCATAWAY, NJ—On July 23, Sky Blue FC (6-4-4, 22 pts) secured a 1-0 victory over the visiting Washington Spirit (8-2-3, 26 pts) in front of their fans at Yurcak field on the Rutgers campus.

Achieving something they haven't since 2014, Sky Blue FC extended their unbeaten to streak to three and disrupted Washington's first-place chances, sending themselves into a tied position for fourth place with the Chicago Red Stars.

PISCATAWAY, NJ—In yet another case of a Rutgers University student athlete allegedly assaulting a member of the university community, a recent lawsuit has shined a light on a violent incident involving one of the baseball team's top pitchers.

It all started on October 18, 2014, when then-19-year-old Rutgers freshman John O'Reilly reportedly returned to the South Tower dormitory on the Livingston Campus in a state of intoxication.

PISCATAWAY, NJ—On a cool and misty Saturday night, Sky Blue FC (4-4-4, 16 pts) was able to secure a 1-0 victory over the visiting Houston Dash (2-7-1, 7 pts) in front of their fans at Yurcak field on the Rutgers campus.

For Sky Blue, the region's team in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), this was a much-needed victory, as the team picked up three points to put them in playoff contention.