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NJSIAA-Indoor-Relays16Click HERE to review the North Hunterdon Girls NJSIAA Relay Results on MilesplitNJ.com.

Click HERE to review the North Hunterdon Boys NJSIAA Relay Results on MilesplitNJ.com.

 

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AaronHuangTEAM SCORES: 1-Pingry 309. 2-Bridgewater-Raritan 234. 3-Montgomery 141. 4-Ridge 129. 5-Hillsborough 114. 6-Bernards 107. 7-Phillipsburg 74. 8-Hunterdon Central 69. 9-Watchung Hills 61. 10-Immaculata 27. 11-Franklin 16. 12-North Hunterdon 12. 13-Warren Hills 4. 14-South Hunterdon 3. 15-Gill St. Bernard’s 2.

Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Swimming: Full results from the Skyland Conference Championships, 2017 Boys Swimming: Full results from the Skyland Conference Championships, 2017

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TEAM SCORES: 1-Bridgewater-Raritan 264. 2-Montgomery 203. 3-Mount St. Mary 131. 4-Hillsborough 126. 5-Pingry 114.50. 6-Ridge 114. 7-Bernards 67. 8-Watchung Hills 65. 9-North Hunterdon 62. 10-Phillipsburg 58.50. 11-Hunterdon Central 55. 12-Warren Hills 16. 13-Belvidere 13. 14-Immaculata 6. 15-Gill St. Bernard’s 5. 16-Somerville 2.

azizaganihanovaAziza Ganihanova takes first place in the 200 Yard Individual Relay (2:09.62.) and the 500 Yard Freestyle (5:05.18.) 

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Swimming: Full results from the Skyland Conference Championships, 2017: Girls Swimming: Full results from the Skyland Conference Championships, 2017

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Noah Allen scored a game-high 20 points in Watchung Hills’ 69-60 win over North Hunterdon at Annandale.
Watchung Hills trailed 29-28 entering halftime but finished strong, outscoring North Hunterdon 25-17 in the fourth quarter.
Ryan Keller scored 15 points, including three 3-pointers, in the winning effort. Dan Pilsbury and Steven Bressler of Watchung Hills scored 12 and 11 points, respectively …
Source: Lion Athletic News Watchung Hills (69) at North Hunterdon (60) – Boys Basketball Watchung Hills (69) at North Hunterdon (60) – Boys Basketball

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KristinaHarrel2017Kristina Harrel paced North Hunterdon with 17 points in its 51-44 victory over Watchung Hills in Warren.
Maria Newsome was in double figures with 10 points for North Hunterdon, which led 22-14 at halftime. Brittany Goepfert chipped in with nine points in the victory.
Julia Cunningham led the way for Watchung Hills with 18 points and 10 rebounds while Jess …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (51) at Watchung Hills (44) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (51) at Watchung Hills (44) – Girls Basketball

Click HERE to review the article on MyCentralJersey.com.

 

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Thanks to the NHHS Booster Club for the Winter Coaches Appreciation Breakfast today. You do such a great job! Thank you

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Kristina Harrel scored 17 points to help North Hunterdon earn a 47-43 victory over Hillsborough in Annandale.
North Hunterdon outscored Hillsborough 14-4 in the second quarter to take a 24-15 lead at halftime.
Brittany Goepfert contributed 11 points, while Claudia Maira added eight points for North Hunterdon. Dani Pescatore scored 18 points for Hillsborough, while Kristen Andreychak added 11 points.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hillsborough (43) at North Hunterdon (47) – Girls Basketball Hillsborough (43) at North Hunterdon (47) – Girls Basketball

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North Hunterdon suffered its first loss of the season this past week. The Lions lost to Bernards, 93-77, last Wednesday with freshman Aziza Ganihanova the only swimmer to win an event. But even in …
Source: Lion Athletic News Swimming: Skyland Conference Championship preview, 2017 Swimming: Skyland Conference Championship preview, 2017

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NORTH HUNTERDON (3-7)
After going 0-5 and 1-6 to start the season, the Lions have won two of their last three, beating Phillipsburg 74-67 and West Windsor-Plainsboro South 62-47 last week sandwiched around a 68-50 loss to Bridgewater-Raritan.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys hoops: South Hunterdon waiting for reinforcements; stats/standings Hunterdon County boys hoops: South Hunterdon waiting for reinforcements; stats/standings

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SamanthaMagdaThe Team took 15th in Saber; 34th in Foil and 45th in Epee.
Click HERE to review all the Santelli Tournament results on the NJIFA website. 
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Also in the Group 4 boys meet, look for talented distance runner Ray Sellaro. The North Hunterdon junior owns a season best and NJ No. 7 800 time of 1:59.9 800 from the East Stroudsburg Warrior Classic, and he’ll propel the 4×800 relay, which has posted a NJ No. 17 8:20 at the Molloy Stanner Games.

The North Hunterdon girls are probably Hunterdon County’s best bet to score points in the Group 4 girls meet. Senior Anna DiMarcello and sophomores Ellie DiMarcello and Angela Kearsley return from a team that placed fourth in the 4×800 at state last season, and those girls were three big reasons why North captured county, conference and sectional cross-country titles this past fall.

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County track preview for state relays, 2017 Hunterdon County track preview for state relays, 2017

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RWJA free cardiac screening by Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerset, NJ is being offered to young athletes ages 14 to 18. This screening can help to determine those at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Also offered is a free baseline concussion test for those athletes grades 6 to 12. This is a noninvasive exam that can identify potential issues from a future brain/head injury. 

Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017
7:30 a.m. — 12:30 p.m.
RWJ Somerset Family Practice 110 Rehill Avenue Somerville, NJ

Click HERE to review the brochure. Click HERE to review the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital website.

 

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One of the biggest matches of the season in South Jersey and several rivalry showdowns highlight this week’s must-see action.
Source: Lion Athletic News Must-see wrestling action for the week of Jan. 16 Must-see wrestling action for the week of Jan. 16

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MADISON — The Bergen Tech girls fencing team took first overall at the 2017 Santelli Tournament held at Drew University Sunday. The Knights placed in the top three in all three weapons, finishing …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls fencing: Bergen Tech wins Santelli Tournament for first time (PHOTOS) Girls fencing: Bergen Tech wins Santelli Tournament for first time (PHOTOS)

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ColeMarra2017The Lion senior won one of North’s three individual championships, junior Andrew Gapas won OW and the team finished a strong fifth.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 H/W/S success shows Marra, North Hunterdon wrestlers on right track H/W/S success shows Marra, North Hunterdon wrestlers on right track

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CoachesvsCancerSKILLMAN, NJ–On Saturday, The Skyland Conference took in six games and the Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC) Hoops took in all seven games at the 2017 Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout at Montgomery High School. 

PaulWoolhouseThe North Hunterdon Lions were led by Michael DelSantro who had with 13 points and Nick Guasta added 10 points and 5 assists. The Lions board bangers were led by Paul Woolhouse with 10 points and 12 rebounds and Andrew Berger with 6 points and 11 rebounds.

Watchung Hills, Hillsborough, Hackettstown, North Hunterdon, and Montgomery were also winners as the Skyland Conference went 4-3 on the day. 

The Vikings and Barrons managed to get their wins in similar ways. Both teams were clinging to one point leads in the fourth quarter, and South Brunswick actually fell behind at the 6:18 mark, but the Vikings and Barrons finished the game with big runs to pull out the wins.

Below are final scores from all the action:

2017 Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout–Results

  • Watchung Hills 72–West Windsor-Plainsboro North 52
  • South Brunswick 55–Bridgewater-Raritan 44
  • Hillsborough 47–Raritan 33
  • Hackettstown 70–North Plainfield 64
  • North Hunterdon 62–West Windsor-Plainsboro South 47
  • Woodbridge 64–Immaculata 51
  • Montgomery 58–Princeton Day School 54
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RaySellaro2017Congratulations to Ray Sellaro for taking Gold in the one mile run at the Malloy Stanner Games on Saturday. See all the North Hunterdon results below:

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 The Team took 24th in Saber; 11th in Foil and 42nd in Epee.
CETRULO TOURNAMENT RESULTS: 
1-Columbia, 16. 2-Ridge, 17. 3-St. Peter’s Prep, 20. 4-Christian Brothers Academy, 24. 5-Bernards, 25. 6-St. Benedict’s Prep 34. 7-West Windsor-Plainsboro South, 35. 8-West Windsor-Plainsboro North, 40. 9-Livingston, 43. 10-Princeton Day, 45. 11-Hunterdon Central, 47. 12-Chatham, 48. 13-Morristown, 49. 14-Millburn, 51. 15-Montgomery, 51. 16-Bergen Tech, 59. 17-Ramapo. 59. 18-Watchung Hills, 60. 19-Mendham, 63. 20-Oratory Prep, 66. 21-Wayne Hills, 69. 22-Lawrenceville, 72. 23-Montclair, 76. 24-Morris Hills, 76. 25-North Hunterdon, 77. 26-Newark Academy, 78. 27-Gov. Livingston, 78. 28-Voorhees, 78. 29-Pingry, 82. 30-Princeton, 85. 31-Indian Hills, 86. 32-Morris Knolls, 86. 33-Montclair Kimberley, 87. 34-Randolph, 87. 35-Morris Catholic, 89. 36-Fair Lawn, 93. 37-Gill St. Bernard’s, 99. 38-Hun, 99. 39-Northern Highlands, 103. 40-Moorestown Friends, 104. 41-Bayonne, 116. 42-St. Augustine, 117. 43-Teaneck, 120. 44-Pompton Lakes, 123. 45-Butler, 127, 46-West Milford, 133. 47-Passaic Valley, 135.
Click HERE to review all the Cetrulo Tournament results on the NJIFA website. 
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Congratulations to the Lions wrestling team for placing Fourth in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. Racking up 195 points, Pope John edged runner-up Hunterdon Central, 195-193. Phillipsburg was third with 170 while North Hunterdon (150) and Delaware Valley (145.5) rounded out the top five. 
 
AndrewGapas2017North Hunterdon’s 132-pounder Andrew Gapas won the tournament’s toughest bracket, earning the MVP award. Earning Gold for the Lions was Andrew Gapas at weight 132; Cole Marra at weight 152 and Charlie Tordik at weight 285.

Source: Lion Athletic News Pope John prevails, North Hunterdon’s Gapas wins MVP at HWS Tournament | Full coverage

Pope John prevails, North Hunterdon’s Gapas wins MVP at HWS Tournament | Full coverage

Hunterdon’s Andrew Gapas runs gauntlet for MVP honors at HWS Tournament

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AniyaStevensonClaudia Maira led a balanced North Hunterdon attack with a game-high nine points in its 44-29 win over Hopewell Valley.
Kristina Harrel contributed eight points, and Aniya Stevenson and Carly Monks chipped in seven points each for North Hunterdon.
Meggy Wiley led Hopewell Valley with eight points.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hopewell Valley (29) at North Hunterdon (44) – Girls Basketball Hopewell Valley (29) at North Hunterdon (44) – Girls Basketball

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Kristin Tribel scored a game-high 19 points as Bridgewater-Raritan defeated North Hunterdon, 57-45, in Annandale.
Megan Ball scored 15 points and Jordyn Hawthorne had eight points for Bridgewater-Raritan, which outscored its opponent, 22-7, in the fourth quarter to get the victory.
Jordan Beneducci scored 13 points, Kristina Harrel netted 11 points and Brittany Goepfert had nine points for North Hunterdon.
Source: Lion Athletic News Bridgewater-Raritan (57) at North Hunterdon (45) – Girls Basketball Bridgewater-Raritan (57) at North Hunterdon (45) – Girls Basketball

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Sterling White scored a game-high 25 points, including four 3-pointers, as Bridgewater-Raritan defeated North Hunterdon, 68-50, in Bridgewater.
Aaron Gao netted 15 points and Tony Colarusso had 10 points for Bridgewater-Raritan, which outscored its opponent, 29-8, in the second quarter to take a 49-13 lead.
Paul Woolhouse scored 12 points and Nick Guasta had 11 points for North Hunterdon.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (50) at Bridgewater-Raritan (68) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (50) at Bridgewater-Raritan (68) – Boys Basketball

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LION-COUNTRY-PAPERWORKClick HERE for the North Hunterdon HS Athletic Medical Forms.

Click HERE for the Tentative Spring Sport Practice dates 2017.

Click HERE for the Physical and Parent Permission Dates for 2017 Spring Sports.

 

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The junior picked up a 9-6 victory on Wednesday night.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Andrew Gapas gets key win for North Hunterdon wrestling Andrew Gapas gets key win for North Hunterdon wrestling

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The sophomore got a win over Warren Hills’ Chris Ostir.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 WATCH: North Hunterdon's Michael Wilson wins in overtime WATCH: North Hunterdon's Michael Wilson wins in overtime

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Josh Folck | lehighvalleylive.com WASHINGTON — The North Hunterdon wrestling team jumped out to a 20-point lead early and went on to post a 30-25 road victory over Warren Hills on Wednesday night….
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon wrestling takes off early and holds on vs. Warren Hills North Hunterdon wrestling takes off early and holds on vs. Warren Hills

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AndrewGapas2017The Lions posted a 30-25 road win against Warren Hills.

Top performers: Hughes and Robinson got the pins for the Lions. Sophomore Michael Wilson (126) and senior Nick Luberto (170) each had overtime wins for the Lions. North Hunterdon junior Andrew Gapas got a 9-6 decision over Warren Hills’ Matt Valli at 132 to put the Lions up 18-4. Junior Jarod Ostir (182) and sophomore Nicholas Galka (195) had pins for the Blue Streaks.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon wrestling team beats Warren Hills North Hunterdon wrestling team beats Warren Hills

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Sophie Beneventine’s 16 points led Ridge to a 47-41 victory over North Hunterdon in Annadale.
Beneventine hit three 3-pointers and four free throws to lead an offense that also received eight points from Ava Haiback. Kristina Harrel scored a team high 12 points for North Hunterdon.
After heading into halftime ahead, 22-19, Ridge closed the game on a 25-22 …
Source: Lion Athletic News Ridge (47) at North Hunterdon (41) – Girls Basketball Ridge (47) at North Hunterdon (41) – Girls Basketball

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andrewberger17Top Performers: Senior forward Andrew Berger turned in a monster first half, scoring 18 of his game-high 22 points and 15 rebounds to spark the Lions early on. DelSantro finished with 10 points of his own, eight coming in the second half.

Click HERE to review the article and Boxscore on LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the article #2 on LehighValleyLive.com.

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The storied Hunterdon Central wrestling programhas collected 13 conference, 20 sectional, 34 district and four overall state titles since coming into existence in 1957. The school’s trophy cases ha…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Democrat wrestling: Previewing the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament Hunterdon Democrat wrestling: Previewing the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament

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As the young Voorhees boys basketball teamgains experience, the more it keeps playing better and winning games. Led by Blair Felts, the lone senior on the team, the Vikings won two of their last th…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys basketball notebook: Young Voorhees learning on the job; leading scorers Hunterdon County boys basketball notebook: Young Voorhees learning on the job; leading scorers

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flynn0812When the Lions defeated Wayne Hills 53-16 in the second match of a quad meet at Ramapo High School in Bergen County, they won their 700th all-time dual match.

North Hunterdon made it 701 with a 55-15 thrashing of their hosts, and had moved to 699 by smacking Holmdel 51-19 in the morning’s first match.

The Lions, now 7-2 on the season, join Phillipsburg, Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley and Warren Hills as Hunterdon/Warren team with over 700 wins.

In celebration of the Wrestling team’s 700th win in the school’s history, the North Hunterdon Booster Club will have cake outside the cafeteria during lunch mods on Monday (while supply lasts). A list of ingredients will be available for anyone who needs them. The Athletic Department will present a plaque this Thursday, January 12, 2017 during the Lenape Valley Wrestling match.
Congratulations to the Wrestling team on this great milestone!

Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon wins 700th all-time wrestling match North Hunterdon wins 700th all-time wrestling match

Click HERE to review the second article on the Wrestling team’s 700 wins on LehighValleyLive.com.

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Michelle Lalor scored 17 points with three 3-pointers and Kylie Fischer added 14 points to lead Hunterdon Central to a 44-38 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Maria Newsome scored 14 points with two 3-pointers and Claudia Maira and Kristian Harrel each added 10 points apiece for North Hunterdon, which trailed 19-11 at halftime.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central (44) at North Hunterdon (38) – Girls Basketball Hunterdon Central (44) at North Hunterdon (38) – Girls Basketball

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Maddie Hynoski refuses to be a fish out of water.
Oh, she pondered that her senior year at North Hunterdon High School. A competitive swimmer since first grade, she was not swimming her best and was dealing with an injury. Once the recruiting process began to splash in her face, however, she reconsidered.
“Honestly, once I met my new coach …
Source: Lion Athletic News Maddie Hynoski swims through physical issues at The College of New Jersey Maddie Hynoski swims through physical issues at The College of New Jersey

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The North Hunterdon girls swimming team is currently undefeated, and might finally have what it takes to knock off Hunterdon Central in the H/W/S Tournament, which the Red Devils have won 16 straight seasons.

Source: Lion Athletic News Swimming: Hunterdon Central looking to improved upperclassmen down the stretch Swimming: Swimming: North Hunterdon girls swimming team is currently undefeated

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charlietordik2017Congratulations to the Wrestling team for defeating Ridge 60-15. Charlie Tordik is 6-0 with 3 pins this season so far.

Click HERE to review the Boxscore on NJ.com.

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North Hunterdon (14) at Somerville (13) on 1/5/2017

Teams, Scores and Records

 

Team Score Wins Losses
North Hunterdon 14 2 3
Somerville (H) 13 0 3

 

  Sabre Foil Epee   Round 1 Round 2 Round 3   Final Score
North Hunterdon 5 5 4 3 6 5 14
Somerville 4 4 5 6 3 4 13 (13)

North Hunterdon Individual Results

Fencer Sabre Foil Epee
  Won Lost Won Lost Won Lost
Sam Magda 2 1 0 0 0 0
Rebecca Xu 2 1 0 0 0 0
Grace Clifford 1 2 0 0 0 0
Olivia Adams 0 0 2 1 0 0
Alyssa Gruber 0 0 1 2 0 0
Katie Horton 0 0 2 1 0 0
Bryn Haug 0 0 0 0 0 3
Stephanie Sharp 0 0 0 0 3 0
Grace Chen 0 0 0 0 0 2
Mariya McKinney 0 0 0 0 1 0

 

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