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Congratulations to Ray Sellaro who won the 1600m at last  night’s Lou Molino Invitational at FDU- Hackensack.  Other medal winners include the Distance Medley team of Ray Sellaro, Eric Moul, Nick Gristina, and Joe Gallo as well as Garret Coyne in the freshman hurdles. Great job Guys!

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Chrissy Weyrauch had 13 points to lead Ridge to a 43-40 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Sarah Korn Sammy Weyrauch each scored nine points for Ridge.
Claudia Maira had a game-high 18 points for North Hunterdon.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (40) at Ridge (43) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (40) at Ridge (43) – Girls Basketball

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John Walton and Michael DelSantro both scored 19 points to lead North Hunterdon to a 77-42 victory over Phillipsburg in Annandale.
North Hunterdon featured a balanced offensive attack as Colin DelSantro scored 16 points and Chris Tywanick had 10 points.
Chris Mann scored 17 points for Phillipsburg.
Source: Lion Athletic News Phillipsburg (42) at North Hunterdon (77) – Boys Basketball Phillipsburg (42) at North Hunterdon (77) – Boys Basketball

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NHHS- Cheerleaders-UCANationals-2016aThe North Hunterdon H.S. Lady Lions competitive Cheer squad placed 7th out of 52 teams in the Small Varsity Division 1 category.  This is one of the most competitive divisions at Nationals with teams performing the most elite stunts and tumbling at the high school level.  The North cheerleaders also took 2nd place in the Game Day Championship, in which the girls demonstrated their ability to respond to real game scenarios and utilize their skill in sideline cheers, dance, jumps, gymnastics, and stunting to effectively lead the crowd. 
We are so proud of the girls’ performances and all of the hard work they put into the season!
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Congratulations to the Girl’s Track & Field 4 by 800 relay team of Anna DiMarcello, Ellie DiMarcello, Angela Kearsley ,and Maddy Wolf as they hit the qualifying standard time for the Penn Relays last night at the Varsity Classic in the New York City Armory last night with an overall time of 9 minutes and 33 seconds.  Great job girls!

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Rankings reflect games played through Sunday, Feb. 7.
SKYLAND CONFERENCE 1-Gill St. Bernard’s (16-3)2-Hunterdon Central (17-1)3-Somerville (16-1)4-Montgomery (11-5)5-Ridge (12-5)6-North Hunterdon (10-6)7-Franklin (10-7)8-Rutgers Prep (10-9)9-Warren Hills (12-4)10-Bound Brook (12-6)
Jeremy Schneider may be reached at jschneider@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @J_Schneider. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
Source: Lion Athletic News Skyland Conference boys basketball rankings, Feb. 9 Skyland Conference boys basketball rankings, Feb. 9

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In the geographical world of Hunterdon County boys basketball, North has been heading South, South has been heading North, while Central has been on one smooth straight-ahead ride.But now, with the…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys basketball teams hitting the post season Hunterdon County boys basketball teams hitting the post season

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Junior guard Kristina Harrel scored a game-high 18 points to lift 12th-seeded North Hunterdon to a 41-37 come-from-behind victory over fifth-seeded Pope John in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Sparta.
North Hunterdon advanced to next Saturday’s quarterfinals and will visit fourth-seeded Delaware Valley for a 1:00 p.m. tipoff.
Junior guard Claudia Maira …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (41) at Pope John (37), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (41) at Pope John (37), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Girls Basketball

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With a single victory in its first nine games, the North Hunterdon High School girls basketball team was sorely in need of a spark before the season unraveled into a complete disaster. First-year c…
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon girls basketball turns season around North Hunterdon girls basketball turns season around

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Mitch Chugunov scored a game-high 25 points, hitting two 3-pointers, and Matt Stagnitta added eight points to lead Montgomery to a 55-38 victory over North Hunterdon in Montgomery.
Colin and Michael DelSantro each had eight points for North Hunterdon, which led 23-14 at halftime, but surrendered 41 points in the second half, including a 25-7 third quarter, in the loss.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (38) at Montgomery (55) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (38) at Montgomery (55) – Boys Basketball

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Maria Newsome scored 12 points and helped North Hunterdon defeat Montgomery, 49-38, in Annandale.
Claudia Maira added 11 points as North Hunterdon hit eight 3-pointers as a team and led 24-11 at the half.
Montgomery got a game-high 24 points from Cameryn Benz.
Source: Lion Athletic News Montgomery (38) at North Hunterdon (49) – Girls Basketball Montgomery (38) at North Hunterdon (49) – Girls Basketball

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The North Hunterdon Athletic Department is extremely proud to be awarded the Director of Athletics Association of New Jersey (DAANJ) “Athletic Program of Excellence” Award for 2015-2016. The North Hunterdon Athletic Department will receive the award on March 24, 2016 at the Annual DAANJ Workshop.

Click HERE to review the Press Release by the Administration.

Click HERE to review the Congratulatory letters from the DAANJ.

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George Browning scored a game-high 28 points and led Immaculata past North Hunterdon, 53-47, in Annandale.
Jared Chambliss chipped in 15 points, as Immaculata hit 12 shots from the free throw line.
North Hunterdon got four 3-pointers and 20 points from John Walton. Michael Del Santro and Colin Del Santro added nine and eight points, respectively.
Source: Lion Athletic News Immaculata (53) at North Hunterdon (47) – Boys Basketball Immaculata (53) at North Hunterdon (47) – Boys Basketball

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Rankings reflect games played through Sunday, Jan. 31.
SKYLAND CONFERENCE 1-Gill St. Bernard’s (13-2)2-Hunterdon Central (14-1)3-Somerville (14-0)4-North Hunterdon (10-4)5-Montgomery (9-4)6-Franklin (7-4)7-Rutgers Prep (8-8)8-Ridge (9-4)9-Bound Brook (12-4)10-Watchung Hills (6-7)
Jeremy Schneider may be reached at jschneider@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @J_Schneider. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
Source: Lion Athletic News Skyland Conference boys basketball rankings, Feb. 2 Skyland Conference boys basketball rankings, Feb. 2

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WH-Cheer-ChallengeCongratulations to the Lady Lion Competitive Cheerleading squad for getting 2nd in Game Day Division and 3rd place in Small Varsity at the Warren Hills Competitive Cheer 18 Strong Challenge.

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Girls Highlights:

Congratulations to the Girl’s Track & Field athletes who medaled at the Skyland Conference Championships over the weekend.  Maddy Wolf(800 meters), Anna & Ellie DiMarcello(1600 meters), and the 4X400 meter relay team of Anna DiMarcello, Ellie DiMarcello, Carmen King, and Gabby Beneducci.  Great job girls!

Boys Highlights:

Eric Moul – Second place – High hurdles – 7.81, Ray Sellaro – Fourth place – 800m – 2:04, Our team finished ninth- 12 points. 

Eric Moul’s time was only 0.01 behind the winner.  That is one of the top times in the state this winter.  Ray Sellaro’s finish in the 800m is remarkable because Ray has just recently been able to train due to an injury suffered during XC season.  Beyond these two place winners, we had several boys run their personal or season’s best at Jersey City.  We field a very young team in terms of years and experience so we’re most concerned with seeing improvement. Great job guys!

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Complete preview of every sectional playoff, 2016
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Swimming: Complete preview of every sectional playoff, 2016 Girls Swimming: Complete preview of every sectional playoff, 2016

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The North Hunterdon High School boys fencing team placed fourth out of a field of 12 at the NJSIAA District 2 Championship on Saturday in its own gym, pretty much where head coach John Reid expecte…
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon boys, Hunterdon Central's Melanie Diaz make noise at District 2 fencing championships North Hunterdon boys, Hunterdon Central's Melanie Diaz make noise at District 2 fencing championships

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Congratulation to the Lady Lions swim team for placing 2nd and the Boys placing 6th in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County Swim Championships.

ClaireLee-NHHSSwimClair Lee won the 100 yard breast stroke and combined win of the 200-Yard Free Style Relay with Ariel Lonoff, Carmen Kuo, Emily Murphy.

Rob Spichiger won the 200 Yard Individual Medley and set a course record as well as winning the 500 yard free style.RobSpichiger-NHHSSwim

Click HERE to review the Girls results.
Click HERE to review the Boys results.

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​Congratulations to the ​Boys Fencing team as they place 4th overall in the twelve team field at the NJSIAA District 2 Fencing Tournament hosted at North Hunterdon HS.

Individual Results:

Saber:
5th – Evan Greenfield
Foil:
3rd – Elliot Schneier
5th – Ross ​Monteith
7th – Theo Butler
Congratulations to the ​Girls Fencing team as they place ​6th overall in the ​Eleven team field at the NJSIAA District 2 Fencing Tournament hosted at North Hunterdon HS.
Individual Results:
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Foil: ​4​th – ​Rebecca Errickson
Epee: ​9th – ​Rachel Thatcher

Source: Lion Athletic News Ridge boys, Montgomery girls finish 1st at District 2 fencing Ridge boys, Montgomery girls finish 1st at District 2 fencing

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Delaware Valley wrestlers flexed their muscles Friday night with a decisive 44-16 win over North Hunterdon.
The Terriers won 10 bouts to improve to 10-4 on the season. Junior 132-pounder Matt Kolonia clinched the victory with an 18-6 major decision over Tucker Kirchberger.
Turning point: The Terriers took control when the lineups turned over to 106 (the match started at …
Source: Lion Athletic News Delaware Valley wins 10 bouts to top North Hunterdon Delaware Valley wins 10 bouts to top North Hunterdon

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Kristina Harrel scored a career-high 35 points, including six 3-pointers, as 12th-seeded North Hunterdon defeated 13th-seeded Lenape Valley, 64-42, in the preliminary round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.
Claudia Maira and Brittany Goepfert each put up seven points for North Hunterdon, which used an 18-8 second quarter to build a 32-22 lead.
Grace Connery finished with a …
Source: Lion Athletic News Lenape Valley (42) at North Hunterdon (64), In-Season Tournaments – Girls Basketball Lenape Valley (42) at North Hunterdon (64), In-Season Tournaments – Girls Basketball

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Three of the five Hunterdon County girls basketball squads were awarded top seeds for the seventh Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament which began Saturday with eight first round contests.Defending c…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Girls Basketball Tournament: Hunterdon Central draws No. 2 seed, Voorhees No. 3, Delaware Valley No. 4 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Girls Basketball Tournament: Hunterdon Central draws No. 2 seed, Voorhees No. 3, Delaware Valley No. 4

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Monday, Feb. 1
CENTRAL JERSEY, PUBLIC A
North Brunswick at South Brunswick, 4 p.m.
NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 2, PUBLIC B
Millburn at Mendham, 7:30 p.m.
CENTRAL JERSEY, PUBLIC C
Cranford at Rumson-Fair Haven, 6:30 p.m. 
Tuesday, Feb. 2
NORTH JERSEY, SECTON 1, PUBLIC A
Passaic Tech at River Dell/Westwood, 4 p.m.
NORTH …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Swimming: Public state tournament, preliminary round schedule Girls Swimming: Public state tournament, preliminary round schedule

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Since the Hunterdon/Warren Boys Basketball Tournament expanded into Sussex Tech to form the H/W/S Tournament in 2009-10, Pope John of Sparta took advantage and has won the last four events.When the…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Boys Basketball Tournament: Hunterdon Central No. 1, North Hunterdon No. 2 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Boys Basketball Tournament: Hunterdon Central No. 1, North Hunterdon No. 2

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Michael DelSantro scored 18 points for North Hunterdon as it defeated Watchung Hills, 49-45, in Warren.
Chris Tywanick added nine points for North Hunterdon, which jumped out to a 13-4 lead in the first quarter. Colin DelSantro chipped in eight points.
Andrew Steinhardt had 15 points for Watchung Hills and Lucas Hackett finished with 12.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (49) at Watchung Hills (45) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (49) at Watchung Hills (45) – Boys Basketball

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Kristina Harrel’s 16 points led North Hunterdon to a 60-41 victory over Watchung Hills in Annandale.
Harrel scored 12 of her 16 points from the foul line, as North Hunterdon had a 18-6 advantage from the charity stripe. Leading 17-15 at halftime, North Hunterdon used a 43-26 second half for the 19-point victory.
Watchung Hills was led by Erica …
Source: Lion Athletic News Watchung Hills (41) at North Hunterdon (60) – Girls Basketball Watchung Hills (41) at North Hunterdon (60) – Girls Basketball

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High Point earned the top seed in the 2016 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, which will tip off with the first round on Saturday, Jan. 30.

FULL BRACKET: 2016 H/W/S Tournament

Hunterdon Central, Voorhees and Delaware Valley round out the top four seeds, which all receive double byes into the quarterfinals. The rest of the 20-team field will start …
Source: Lion Athletic News 2016 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex girls basketball tournament seeds and full bracket 2016 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex girls basketball tournament seeds and full bracket

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