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The storied wrestling programs at Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon and Voorhees, which have been an absolute model of consistency and dominance ever since the Hunterdon’s opened …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County wrestling schools well represented in Regions Hunterdon County wrestling schools well represented in Regions

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Track the progress of Hunterdon and Warren County grapplers.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Follow local wrestlers in the NJSIAA regional tournament brackets Follow local wrestlers in the NJSIAA regional tournament brackets

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michaeldelsantroNorth Hunterdon 85, Roxbury 65: Michael DelSantro scored a career-high 30 points and broke North Hunterdon’s single-season record for 3-pointers by draining six shots from beyond the arc. Paul Woolhouse tallied 13 points and 12 rebounds while Wes Reinagel posted 12 points and Nick Guasta contributed 11 points for the Lions (11-12).
Source: Lion Athletic News Roxbury (65) at North Hunterdon (85) – Boys Basketball Roxbury (65) at North Hunterdon (85) – Boys Basketball

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WilliamhughesThe Lion junior followed his father and uncle onto the school’s wrestling wall and will seek a state berth at Region 4 this weekend.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon’s Hughes stops wrestling with weight to become district champ North Hunterdon’s Hughes stops wrestling with weight to become district champ

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Top 10 teams in the Skyland to this point in the season.
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference rankings for Thursday, Feb. 23 Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference rankings for Thursday, Feb. 23

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There are multiple loaded brackets at Region 4, including 170, 195, 220 and 285
Source: Lion Athletic News 2017 Region 4 preview and picks: Upperweights to dazzle in talent-laden tournament 2017 Region 4 preview and picks: Upperweights to dazzle in talent-laden tournament

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The Blue Streaks were down by 12 points at halftime.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Girls basketball: Warren Hills rallies past North Hunterdon Girls basketball: Warren Hills rallies past North Hunterdon

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Paul Woolhouse scored 15 points and had eight rebounds and five blocks as North Hunterdon defeated Warren Hills, 69-55, in Annandale.
Michael DelSantro scored a game-high 17 points, including four 3-pointers, and Wes Reinagel netted 14 points for North Hunterdon, which outscored its opponent, 27-5, in the second quarter to take a 44-18 lead. Kyle Conover had nine points and …
Source: Lion Athletic News Warren Hills (55) at North Hunterdon (69) – Boys Basketball Warren Hills (55) at North Hunterdon (69) – Boys Basketball

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Nicole Mallard scored 14 points to help Warren Hills earn a 41-39 comeback victory over North Hunterdon in Washington.
Down 27-15 at halftime, Warren Hills outscored North Hunterdon 13-5 in the third quarter, and 11-9 in the fourth.
Olasubomi Ajayi contributed 11 points and had 17 rebounds, while Morgan DeMayo added five points for Warren Hills. Kristina Harrel and Claudia …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (39) at Warren Hills (41) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (39) at Warren Hills (41) – Girls Basketball

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Everyone in the state who follows wrestling knows about the rich tradition of the four Hunterdon County schools — Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon and Voorhees. When you have do…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon, Voorhees wrestling all win district titles Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon, Voorhees wrestling all win district titles

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The NJSIAA released its list of wild card qualifiers for the upcoming Meet of Champions. The top sixperformances that had not already qualified were listed in each event. Scroll through the list to…
Source: Lion Athletic News Winter Track: Wild card qualifiers announced for Meet of Champions Winter Track: Wild card qualifiers announced for Meet of Champions

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See how the action unfolded at Westfield High.
Source: Lion Athletic News 2017 District 15 wrestling recap: Three teams advance 9 wrestlers, North Hunterdon wins team title 2017 District 15 wrestling recap: Three teams advance 9 wrestlers, North Hunterdon wins team title

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DavetheRaveBDAY2014“Dave the Rave” Robbins 71st Birthday and Boys Hoops Senior Night Celebration!! Tuesday, February 21 2017 and sponsored by the North Hunterdon Booster Club.

Dave the Rave in Action

Before the start of the game, we will celebrate the Boys Senior Night with their parents.

During the extended halftime of the 7pm Varsity Boys game against Warren Hills, Dave will be shooting his famous half court shots, we will sing to him and cupcakes will be passed out to all who are celebrating with us. We will try to get the crowd to sing “Happy Birthday” to him when halftime begins.

We will have a 50/50 and an additional money collection which will be donated to the Special Olympics in Dave’s honor. Dave has received over 100 Special Olympics medals in several events including, basketball and golf.

Through the years, Dave has become an icon at North Hunterdon–everyone knows Dave the Rave. The Lions can always count on his constant, unwavering support.

Thanks to Deb and the NHHS Booster Club 🙂

 

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NJSIAA Districts, District 15 – Final Round Westfield Wrestling:

In their first year under the new NJSIAA district formats, the Lions wrestled in the revamped District 15 at Westfield High School on Saturday and earned a first place finish with 193.5 team points after six of the nine finalists earned a gold medal. Congratulations to the Gold Medalists: 132: Andrew Gapas; 138: William Hughes; 145: Tucker Kirchberger; 152: Cole Marra (2nd Gold); 160: Nick Luberto and 285: Charles Tordik (2nd Gold).

Nice job Guys!

Lions also qualifying for next week’s Region 4 tournament at Union were sophomore Connor Robinson (second at 106), sophomore Michael Wilson (second at 126), and junior Yousef Abbas (second at 195)
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FINALS

126: Joshua B Meija (Roselle Park) 6-0 d. over Michael Wilson (North Hunterdon); 132: Andrew Gapas (North Huntderdon) 7-2 d. over Tyler Leeds (Somerville); 138: William Hughes (North Hunterdon) 8-1 d. over Elvin Guerrero (Roselle Park); 145: Tucker Kirchberger (North Hunterdon) 1:10 fall over Clerson Xavier (Irvington); 152: Cole Marra (North Hunterdon) 8-4 d. over Alex Mastronard (Bernards); 160: Nick Luberto (North Hunterdon) 8-4 d. over Tim Miller (Westfield); 170: Abel Crespo (Roselle Park) 3-1 d. over Isaiah Reese (Westfield); 182: Nolan Bianchi (Ridge) triple overtime 2-1 d. over Tyhmir Lassiter (Irvington); 195: Jack Miller (Westfield) 2-0 d. over Yousef Abbas (North Hunterdon); 220: Farhan Khan (Carteret) 7-2 d. over Phil Ricca (Westfield); 285: Charles Tordik (North Hunterdon) 4-1 d. over Jacob Pidgeon (Somerville); 106: CJ Composto (Westfield) 2:23 fall over Connor Robinson (North Hunterdon); 113: Mark Montgomery (Roselle Park) 10-0 m.d. over Brock Laggini (Somerville); 120: Jon A. Mejia (Roselle Park) 4-2 d. over Zack Rabinowitz (Westfield).

District 15
• Recap |
Finals | 3rd place | Semis 

Click HERE to review the article on MyCentralJersey.com. 

Click HERE to review the article on LehighValleylive.com.

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The NJSIAA’s re-designing of the District Tournament in 2017 is so drastic, the four wrestling schools in Hunterdon County have gone from all competing in District 17 for years to all four competing in different districts on Saturday.
Yes, the district landscape across the state has a whole new look.
All it means is that more areas in the …
Source: Lion Athletic News All four Hunterdon County wrestling schools looking to win district titles All four Hunterdon County wrestling schools looking to win district titles

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Jungle-Hoops-2017andrewberger17Michael DelSantro scored 17 and Andrew Berger scored 14 to lead the Lions over the Vikings 76-65. Ahman Cooks and Nick Guasta added 11 points.North Hunterdon used an 18-10 run in the second quarter and 10 unanswered points in the fourth to build its lead.

Click HERE to review the article on LehighValleyLive.com.

Source: Lion Athletic News PHOTOS: North Hunterdon boys beat Voorhees, 76-65 PHOTOS: North Hunterdon boys beat Voorhees, 76-65

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Carly-Senior-NightThe Lions came up with big shots to hold off the Vikings. North Hunterdon 53, Voorhees 49: Claudia Maira, Kristina Harrel and Maria Newsome each scored 14 points for North Hunterdon (14-9). Allie Best fueled Voorhees (15-7) with 30 points.KristinaHarrel2017caludiamaira

Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon girls basketball has answers for Voorhees on senior night North Hunterdon girls basketball has answers for Voorhees on senior night

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andrewberger17michaeldelsantroAndrew Berger and Michael DelSantro each scored 15 points as North Hunterdon defeated Morris Hills, 77-67, in double overtime in Rockaway.
Nick Guasta and Paul Woolhouse had 11 points apiece while Ahman Cooks and Wes Reinagel each scored eight points for North Hunterdon, which outscored its opponent, 15-5, in the second overtime. Chris Hale scored four points, Sean Swider had …

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (77) at Morris Hills (67) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (77) at Morris Hills (67) – Boys Basketball

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KristinaHarrel2017Kristina Harrel netted nine points for North Hunterdon in its 37-34 victory over Delaware Valley at the Lions Den in their Annual Pink Game which paid tribute to the courageous women battling breast cancer in our country by donating the raised money for the American Cancer Society.

Aniya Stevenson and Claudia Maira added seven points each for North Hunterdon, which led 21-18 at halftime.

Veronica Christ starred for Delaware Valley with 26 points, including three 3-pointers.

Source: Lion Athletic News Delaware Valley (34) at North Hunterdon (37) – Girls Basketball Delaware Valley (34) at North Hunterdon (37) – Girls Basketball

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NH_Basketball-AWARENESS-BackNH-Basketball-AWARENESS-logoThe North Hunterdon Lady Lions Basketball team along with the Girls Basketball Booster Club will generously pay tribute to the courageous women battling breast cancer in our country as they face the Delaware Valley Regional High School on February 14, 2017 – Frosh 3:45pm, JV 5:15pm and Varsity 7:00pm

We ask that fans wear “Pink” to support Breast Cancer Awareness or “Purple” to support Pancreatic Cancer Awareness. We will also be recognizing Dave the Rave at halftime with the Lady Lion Basketball team giving him a Valentine at halftime. animated-heart-image

There will be contribution canisters when you walk into the game so please be kind and help fight these deadly diseases.

The American Cancer Society estimates that 252,710 American women will receive breast cancer and 25,700 a pancreatic diagnosis in 2017. Breast cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer in women. It is the leading cause of cancer death among women of all races and populations.

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NJSIAA STATE TOURNAMENT FEATURED
NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 2, PUBLIC A
7-Phillipsburg (64) at 3-North Hunterdon (106)

LionSwimmingCongratulations to the Lady Lion Swim team for defeating Phillipsburg 106-64 in the NJSIAA QuarterFinal Round of the North Jersey 2, Group A Swim Tournament. The Lions will travel to Westfield on Monday, February 13th in the North Jersey 2, Group A Sectional Semifinals.

Click HERE to review the Game Report on NJ.com.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Swimming: State tournament schedule for Friday, Feb. 10 Girls Swimming: State tournament schedule for Friday, Feb. 10

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Snow-IceFebruary 9, 2017:

With the inclement weather forecast for tomorrow 2/9/17, North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools are closed for February 9th due to impending inclement weather. All after school activities, outside groups renting the facility, including athletic events and practices, for North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools have been cancelled.

Click HERE to review the NOAA.gov winter weather survival guide

Warnings and Advisories Among the many weather warnings, watches and advisories in effect for the storm.

NJ Power Companies – Power Outage Central: PSE&G, Jersey Central Power and Light, and Atlantic City Electric.

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Lauren Flynn led the way for Phillipsburg with 18 points and nine rebounds in its 47-41 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Sierra Stein added 18 points and six rebounds for Phillipsburg, which led 26-16 at halftime.
Kristina Harrel and Maria Newsome had eight points each.
Source: Lion Athletic News Phillipsburg (47) at North Hunterdon (41) – Girls Basketball Phillipsburg (47) at North Hunterdon (41) – Girls Basketball

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Third-seeded North Hunterdon recorded a pin and technical fall as it lost, 53-17, to second-seeded Middletown North, No. 13 in the NJ.com Top 20, in the semifinal round of the North 2, Group 4 tournament in Middletown.
Middletown North jumped out to a 22-0 lead, but North Hunterdon responded with 12 straight points. After Middletown North forfeited in the …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (17) at Middletown North (53) – Wrestling North Hunterdon (17) at Middletown North (53) – Wrestling

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New Jersey high school baseball is switching from an innings limit to a pitch limit this spring.
Source: Lion Athletic News NJSIAA implements new baseball pitch-count rule NJSIAA implements new baseball pitch-count rule

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Michael DelSantro scored 18 points to push North Hunterdon to a 71-59 win over Somerville in Annandale.
Robert Melillo scored 23 points in Somerville’s losing effort.
North Hunterdon entered the locker room at halftime with a 39-17 lead.
Nick Guasta added on 11 points for North Hunterdon, while Andrew Berger contributed with eight points, 12 rebounds, and four blocks.
Source: Lion Athletic News Somerville (59) at North Hunterdon (71) – Boys Basketball Somerville (59) at North Hunterdon (71) – Boys Basketball

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Nyasia Thomas scored 21 points and added eight rebounds and four assists to lead Somerville to a 56-36 victory over North Hunterdon in Somerville.
Melody Van Ness collected 15 points, eight boards, seven assists and five steals while Meghan Douglas grabbed a team-high 12 rebounds to go along with eight points and two blocks.
Brittany Goepfert led North Hunterdon with …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (36) at Somerville (56) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (36) at Somerville (56) – Girls Basketball

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The Lions stand 19th. Phillipsburg is fifth and Delaware Valley 11th.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon wrestlers crack NJWWA top 20 poll North Hunterdon wrestlers crack NJWWA top 20 poll

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NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 2, PUBLICA BRACKET The favorite:Bridgewater-Raritan is the top seed and has looked like the No. 1 team in the state this year after beating Immaculate Heart and winning both t…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Swimming: North Jersey, Section 2, Public A preview, 2017 Girls Swimming: North Jersey, Section 2, Public A preview, 2017

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Tordik-Undefeated-2017There are 56 undefeated wrestlers heading into Monday night’s sectional quarterfinals. Who are they?
Source: Lion Athletic News N.J.’s unbeaten wrestlers are a combined 1,161-0, who are they? N.J.’s unbeaten wrestlers are a combined 1,161-0, who are they?

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North Hunterdon secured second place in the North 2, Group 4 standings, collecting 50 team points. Elena DiMarcello contributed 20 of those points in the 1600m and 3200m races, taking Gold in both runs. The sophomore ran the 1600m race in 5:07.19 then followed that performance up with an 11:08.58 showing in the 3200m race. 

Anna DiMarcello, did plenty to vault North Hunterdon up the team standings as well. Anna earned Silver in the 800m run with a time of 2:20.26 and added a Bronze medal with a 5:12.51 showing in the 1600m race.

Megan Stenberg took Silver in the 55 meter hurdles.

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Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Winter Track: Ridge, Whippany Park dominate en route to section titles Girls Winter Track: Ridge, Whippany Park dominate en route to section titles

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Ray Sellaro‘s 4:22.60 earned a gold medal and the top spot in the 1600m race and he earned a bronze medal in the 3200m race.

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Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Winter Track: East Orange breaks records, wins section as McNair outlasts Whippany Park Boys Winter Track: East Orange breaks records, wins section as McNair outlasts Whippany Park

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Erin Walsh scored 12 points with six rebounds and Emily Dilger added 10 points with 11 rebounds to lead seventh-seeded Sparta to a 39-29 victory over 10th-seeded North Hunterdon in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Sparta.
Sparta advanced to Saturday’s quarterfinals and will visit second-seeded Warren Hills.
Kristina Harrel scored 12 points to pace …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (29) at Sparta (39), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (29) at Sparta (39), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Girls Basketball

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Aaron Clarke recorded 21 points, four rebounds and four assists to lead Pope John over North Hunterdon, 72-51, at the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Sparta.
Samba Diallo had a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds, while Jordan Hackett added 10 points and four rebounds for Pope John, which pulled down 47 rebounds as a team.
Andy Ward finished …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (51) at Pope John (72), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (51) at Pope John (72), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Boys Basketball

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Check out the NJ.com preview of the North Jersey Section 2, Group 4 high school wrestling sectional championships
Source: Lion Athletic News North 2, Group 4 wrestling preview North 2, Group 4 wrestling preview

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Diamond Miller scored 14 points to help Franklin, No. 11 in the NJ.com Top 20, earn a 59-27 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Franklin outscored North Hunterdon 21-8 in the second quarter to take a 33-11 lead at halftime.
Camille Gray contributed 12 points, while Kennedy Schenck added eight points for Franklin. Kayley Cobb scored nine points for …
Source: Lion Athletic News Franklin (59) at North Hunterdon (27) – Girls Basketball Franklin (59) at North Hunterdon (27) – Girls Basketball

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Top 10 teams in the Skyland to this point in the season.
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference rankings for Thursday, Feb. 2 Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference rankings for Thursday, Feb. 2

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Wes Reinagel poured in 24 points, including six 3-pointers.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Boys basketball: North Hunterdon outlasts Phillipsburg in double OT Boys basketball: North Hunterdon outlasts Phillipsburg in double OT

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WesReinagelJack Malley hit the game-winning free throws with five seconds remaining for North Hunterdon in its 89-88 double overtime victory over Phillipsburg in Annandale.

Wes Reinagel had 24 points and Paul Woolhouse and Jack Malley added 17 points to lead the attack.

Ahman Cooks recorded the steal on defense after Malley hit the free throws to seal the victory. North Hunterdon has now won three consecutive games.

Source: Lion Athletic News Phillipsburg (88) at North Hunterdon (89) – Boys Basketball Phillipsburg (88) at North Hunterdon (89) – Boys Basketball

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caludiamairaClaudia Maira scored 10 points to help North Hunterdon earn a 33-22 victory over Ridge in Basking Ridge.
North Hunterdon outscored Ridge 8-6 in the second quarter to take an 18-10 lead at halftime.
Kristina Harrel contributed seven points, while Brittany Goepfert and Jordan Beneducci each added six points for North Hunterdon. Sophie Beneventine scored seven points for Ridge.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (33) at Ridge (22) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (33) at Ridge (22) – Girls Basketball

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The tournament opens Monday. Seven area teams are involved.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Final NJSIAA wrestling sectional pairings announced Final NJSIAA wrestling sectional pairings announced

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A 31-point loss early in the season was turned into a 15-point loss the second time around, a 17-point defeat was turned into a nine-point loss, then an 18-point setback was turned into a four-point victory.
And now a two-game winning streak for the first time for this season.
Break up the North Hunterdon Lions!
For six seasons, head coach …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon boys basketball team turning things around; Hunterdon County's leading scorers, schedule North Hunterdon boys basketball team turning things around; Hunterdon County's leading scorers, schedule

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