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NHHS-Cheer-UCA-Camp-2015The North Hunterdon varsity and JV Cheerleading squads attended the UCA Camp at Chestnut Lake this past week.  It was a wonderful experience; both teams improved tremendously over the 4 days of instruction.
Throughout the week, North Hunterdon was awarded several honors from the UCA staff:
  • Both JV and Varsity earned Blue Superior ribbons for their sideline, cheer, and extreme routine evaluations.
  • Five Varsity Seniors participated in tryouts for the All-American team.  They were judged on a jump, cheer, and dance.  All five seniors were selected.
  • All of our nine Varsity Seniors were given applications to tryout for UCA staff.
  • The JV team won the camp competition for cleanest cabin and were awarded a pizza party on the final night.
  • During the final camp championship yesterday Varsity placed 2nd for their Cheer in the Elite Varsity Division.  Both JV and Varsity won 1st place trophies for the Extreme Routine in their respective divisions.
On behalf of the coaching staff, we are very proud of the girls’ performances and hard work at camp.  Congratulations!!
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NHEFROTL-10-11-15North Hunterdon High School Education Foundation Presents

The Second Annual “Running of the Lions” 5K and 1 Mile Family Fun Walk

Sunday, October 11, 2015-Rain or Shine

Registration Opens/Packet Pickup: 9:00 am

Race Time: 10:00 am

One Mile Walk Time: 10:15 am

Awards and Refreshments: 11:00 am

Spruce Run Recreation Area, 68 Van Sykel’s Road, Clinton, NJ

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ClothingDriveNORTH Football Program is hosting a CLOTHING Drive

Saturday, August 29th (7a-12:00p) Please place bags atthe Field House
(under the roof)
Clothing, Linens, Bedding, Shoes, Purses, Belts, Hats,Mittens, Soft Toys, Stuffed Animals
Please No Electronics, Books, Yard Toys, Glass Items, Dishes, Pots, Pans, Bikes, Furniture Any questions
Contact Dina

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NHHS-Fall-Sports-AD-Flyer-Guide-2015Place An Ad In the NHHS Fall Sports Program Guide 2015!

Get in on the Action for the Fall 2015.

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KristinaHarrellNorth Hunterdon girls basketball has productive trip across state lines at Sportsfest. Kristina Harrel made the all-tournament team as reward for a big weekend for North Hunterdon, which had its boys team reach the Round of 16 at the A-Town Throwdown. Thorsen also acknowledged Claudia Maira and Jordan Beneducci for productive outings.

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TaylorDansonGoalieNorth Hunterdon rising senior goalie Taylor Danson was selected for the 2016-17 Girls event.

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Dr-Spencer-MOA On Friday, September 4, 2015 all North Hunterdon High School fall athletes will have the opportunity to attend a presentation through the Lions Leadership Academy. Please click on the links below for the Principal’s letter and Mind of the Athlete website.



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The following NHHS girls lacrosse players have been named to the 2015 US LACROSSE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL ALL ACADEMIC TEAM!

  • Grace Plassche US-LAX
  • Kelsey Shelofsky
  • Breanna Cavanaugh
  • Taylor Danson
  • Caroline Coleman
ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM QUALITY DEFINITION A US Lacrosse All-Academic Team member is a player who exhibits exemplary lacrosse skills, good sportsmanship on the field, and represents high standards of academic achievement in the classroom. This player should also have left her mark beyond the lacrosse field and the classroom by making significant contributions of service to the school and/or community.
Click HERE to review all of the players selected in the nation.

Congratulations Ladies!!
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Click HERE to review the college selection post on the North Hunterdon HS Athletic website.


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eve12EggHarborlayding6EggHarborCongratulations to the Boys and Girls Track and Field teams at the Group 4 Championship at Egg Harbor over the weekend.

 Other Boys Highlights below:

    Event     Place     Athlete     Result
   M 1600m Finals    7    Samuel Layding    4:19.17
   M 3200m Finals    3    Samuel Layding    9:26.16
   M 400H Finals    10    Eric Moul    56.11
   M Discus Finals    17    Austin Wilson    127-01.00
 Other Girls Highlights below:                           

   Event    Place    Athlete    Result
   F  1600m Finals    11    Anna DiMarcello    5:13.12
   F  3200m Finals    1    Eve Glasergreen    10:32.04
   F  3200m Finals    16    Kelsey Farbanish    11:33.46
   F  400H Finals    18    Medeline Wolf    1:07.67
   F Discus   Finals    11    Taylor Rogers    107-05.00
   F Discus   Finals    22    Hailey Foster    92-07.00
   F High  Jump Finals    7    Skyler Farrand    5-02.00
   F Shot  put Finals    20    Abby Grunden    33-03.75


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NHHS-TRACKCongratulations to the Girl’s Track & Field team for their medal winning performances over the weekend.  The following girls qualified for the Group IV State Championships this weekend at Egg Harbor High School.  Abby Grunden, Taylor Rogers, Hailey Foster, Eve Glasergreen, Kelsey Farbanish, Anna DiMarcello, Skyler Farrand, and Maddy Wolf.  Special congratulations to Eve Glasergreen as she won the Sectional title in both the 1600 meters and 3200 meters and set the meet record in both events.  Her 1600 meter and 3200 meter times are currently the fastest in the state.  The girls place 4th overall in Sectionals.

Congratulations to members of the boys track team who medaled in this past weekend’s North II, Group 4 championships at Ridge. The medalists include: Mike Finer, Nick Gristina, Sam Layding, Coulter Lewis, Sean Mahaney, Colin Makombe, Ryan McDonald, Eric Moul, Sean Rooney, Ray Sellaro, Austin Wilson and Bryan Wright. The boys place 5th overall in Sectionals. These boys will compete at the State Group 4 championships this weekend at Egg Harbor.

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Click HERE to watch Eve run the fastest 1600m time – NJ record.

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



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SamKusterCongratulations to the Golf team of Kenny Horoho, Matt Rotolo, Kevin Johnson and Sam Kuster for placing second in the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Golf Championship. The North team score of 304 came within 6 strokes from winning the Overall Championship. Great job guys!

Kenny shot a 73, Matt 81, Kevin 78 and Sam 72.


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NHHS-Baseball-HWS-2015-ChampsCongratulations to the baseball team for winning the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County Championship over Pope John 3-0. It is North’s first county championship in the Tri-county era and its first overall since it won the Hunterdon/Warren Tournament in 1999.

John Wilson, who earned tournament MVP honors, faced just 27 batters, allowing three hits and walking three with seven strikeouts to improve to 7-0 on the year. Wilson allowed one run in North Hunterdon’s first round win over High Point, followed by shutouts over Newton in the quarterfinals, Hunterdon Central in the semifinals and now Pope John in the title game.

Catcher Andrew Meiners got North (21-7) on the board in the top of the first inning with a two-run home run that just cleared the right field wall. The lead then grew to 3-0 in the third on an RBI single by Jeff Gernon. That was more than enough for Wilson, who navigated his only true jam in the bottom half of the frame.

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Shoe-POTWCongratulations to Tom Schumacher for being named the LehighValleyLive Baseball Player of the week. The senior third baseman/pitcher was 7-for-8 at the plate in the Lions’ 2-1 week. Schumacher, a Lehigh University recruit, was 4-for-4 with two home runs, a double, triple, drove in eight runs and scored three in a 13-6 triumph over West Morris Central.   Two days later he was 3-for-3 and scored twice in a 10-7 victory over Ridge.

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AustinArndtCongratulations to the Lions baseball team as they defeated Phillipsburg HS 8-1 in the First Round of the North 2 Group 4 State Baseball Tournament. Austin Arndt pitched a gem not allowing a baserunner for the first four innings and wound up striking out nine Stateliners in five innings of three-hit, no-walk baseball to earn the win. North Hunterdon (20-7), the third seed, backed up Arndt with marvelously productive clutch hitting. The Lions, who will host sixth-seeded Ridge HS in the quarterfinals Thursday at North, scored four runs with two outs, including catcher Andrew Meiners’ two-run home run to straightaway center field in the sixth inning that slammed the door on the Stateliners. John Wilson and Tim Heard both had two-run doubles.

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golf-tee16th Annual Golf Outing
To benefit  NH Football, NH Wresting, NH Girls Track and JR LIONS Football

It will be a great day of golf at the beautiful Beaver Brook Golf Club in Annandale, NJ ( The event will include a 4-person scramble, Burgers and Dogs.. Water and Soda at the turn and awards reception with a buffet Lunch.

Special Offer: Included with your online registration is a 1-year subscription to Golf Digest (a $10 value). Click here for offer and refund details.
Register now and remember to invite your friends to play. Just click on “Tell a Friend” and you can send them a link to this site automatically.

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RobMarronBLAXCongratulations to the BLAX team as they defeated Clifton HS in the First Round of the North Jersey Group 4 State Tournament. Rob Marron led all scorers with 3 goals and Sean Wood and Griffin Middleton scored twice apiece to lead the Lions over the Mustangs.
The Lions will face Hunterdon Central in the Second Round of the State Tournament on Tuesday at Hunterdon Central.
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TomShoeTom Schumacher did it all for North Hunterdon, driving in eight RBIs leading North to a 13-6 win over West Morris Central.

Schumacher homered twice, triple, double and coming a single short of hitting for the cycle in a 4-for-4 effort. He also scored three runs and walked once. Sophomore righty brother Tim Schumacher went five solid innings of relief for the win. He struck out four on the mound.

Tim Heard added a pair of doubles for the Lions while Austin Arndt and Billy Russo each tallied three hits.

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TomGalloBoys Lacrosse: Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament Semifinal – North Hunterdon 11, Sparta 8.

Tom Gallo scored three goals and Rob Marron added two goals with two assists for North Hunterdon (13-7). Sean Wood tallied two goals with an assist and Zack Koehler made 11 saves for the Lions. The lions will host Hunterdon Central in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament Championship on Wednesday 5/13/15 6pm.

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EVE-LVLAOTWThe Lion senior ran the fastest 1,600-meter run in the state this spring, 4 minutes, 53.23 seconds at the Skyland Conference track and field championships. She won the 1,600 and 3,200 at both the Skyland and Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex meets.

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JohnWilsonPitcherA-Meiners-22John Wilson pitched a seven-hit shutout and struck out seven Saturday to lead North Hunterdon to a 5-0 victory over Hunterdon Central in a Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex baseball semifinal in Annandale.

The Lions (17-6) will play Pope John, which defeated Hackettstown 9-0 in the other semifinal, for the H/W/S title at 7:30 p.m. May 16 at Diamond Nation in Flemington.

Andrew Meiners socked a two-run homer and Jeff Guile stole home for North Hunterdon. Jeff Gernon was 2-for-2 with a run and an RBI.

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First look: North Hunterdon, Pope John to meet in 6th HWS Tournament final

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hws-gallery-of-championsCongratulations to the Boys/Girls Track and Field team as they placed 2nd overall in the 2015 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex B-G Track and Field Championships

For the second time in five days, North Hunterdon senior Sam Layding followed up a runner-up finish in the 1,600 with a victory in the 3,200. Layding did that at the Skyland Conference meet this past Tuesday, and after placing second in a PR matching 4:20.16, Layding pull away form Robert Whitney of Voorhees to win the 3,200 in 9:26.58.
Eve Glasergreen won the 1,600 and 3,200m run and Eric Moul wins the 400 hurdles.
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North-Softball-2015​Bell Many and Melissa Meiners had 4 hits a piece and Angie Slusar got the win with 4 strikeouts and 5 hits in 6 innings to lead the Lions over the Panthers 12-2. Carly Severini added 2 doubles and 2 RBI’s to help the Lions.

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RobMarronBLAXBLAX – North Hunterdon 10, Vernon 6: Rob Marron scored five goals to lead third-seeded North Hunterdon (12-7) over sixth-seeded Vernon in the quarterfinals of the H/W/S Tournament. Jared McMahon scored a hat trick and Rory Alpaugh collected a goal and three assists for the Lions. The team will travel to Sparta on Monday in the Semifinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County BLAX Tournament.

GTaylorDansonGoalieLAX – North Hunterdon 14, Voorhees 12: Grace Plassche and Caroline Coleman scored 4 goals and Taylor Danson had 16 saves to lead the Lions over the Vikings 14-12. The team will travel to Hunterdon Central on Monday in the Semifinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County GLAX Tournament.

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Grace-Plassche-GLAXGrace Plassche joined the 100 career GLAX goal scoring club by netting four goals to push fourth-seeded North Hunterdon past 13th-seeded North Warren, 13-3, in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.

Abby Miller, Nicole Perez and Breanna Cavanaugh each added two goals for North Hunterdon. Shannon Gurreri, Emma Corcodilos and Natalie Fitzpatrick also found the back of the net. Taylor Danson made one save in the win.

The Lions will host Voorhees HS on Friday in the second round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County GLAX Tournament.

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JoshGeernickCongratulations to the Boys tennis team as they defeated Linden HS 4-1 in the First Round of the State Boys Tennis Tournament.


2nd Singles:                     Chris Bourque, North Hunterdon, def. Sean Vargas 6-4, 7-5, 0-0

3rd Singles:                     Eric Liu, North Hunterdon, def. Ryan Mendez 6-1, 6-0, 0-0

1st Doubles:                     Grant Davis and Justin Lee, North Hunterdon, def. Brian Udvari and Ralph Vargas 6-0, 6-1, 0-0

2nd Doubles:                     Josh Geernick and Jeffrey Crane, North Hunterdon, def. Zeke Modrak and Matej Sefcik 6-2, 6-2, 0-0

The team will travel to JP Stevens in the 2nd Round of the State Tournament on Monday. 5/11/15 at 4:30pm.

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EricMoulBelow are the highlights from the Skyland Conference Track & Field Championship at Hillsborough HS: North Girls and Boys place 5th overall.

  • Eric Moul places first in the boys 400 meter hurdles and Third in the 110 meter hurdles.
  • Samuel Layding placed First in the 3200 meter and second in the 1600 meter run.
  • Sean Mahaney placed third in the Pole Vault.
  • Eve Glasergreen placed first and sets a new meet record in the girls 1600 meter run and First in the 3200 meter run.
  • Chiagoziem Obidike placed third in the 400 meter run.
  • Eve-Sky-1600RecordWATCH Eve Glasergreen of North Hunterdon shatter the Skyland Conference meet record in the 1,600

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NHHS-Baseball-Team-2015John Wilson pitched a two-hit shutout with nine strikeouts and went 3-for-4 with two runs Saturday to spark North Hunterdon to a 9-0 win over Newton in a Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Baseball Quarterfinals.

Jeff Gernon and Tom Schumacher each had three hits and Gernon also scored twice for the Lions. Shayne Fontana doubled and homered and Billy Russo drove in three runs.

North Hunterdonn will host Hunterdon Central in the H/W/S Semifinals on Saturday ay 1:30pm.​

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Sean-Wood-100goalBLAXClubSean Wood of North Hunterdon reached 100 points for his career when he struck for two goals and one assist in a 12-10 win over Watchung Hills on May 1st. Wood entered the day with 99 career points, and his performance helped North Hunterdon secure a key win at the start of May. Wood now stands at 74 goals and 42 assists, putting him at 116 points for his career.

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CarolineColemanCongratulations to the GLAX team defeating Voorhees 14-13. North Hunterdon trailed for the majority of the game against Voorhees but managed to overcome a six-goal deficit to earn a 14-13 deficit.
Caroline Coleman finished with six goals and Plassache and Cavanaugh each registered a hat trick and two assists. Nicole Perez chipped in with two goals and Emma Corcodilos and Shannon Gurrei had an assist apiece. Taylor Danson came up with 10 saves for North Hunterdon.

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Grace-Plassche-GLAXGrace Plassche scored four goals to lead North Hunterdon to an 11-7 win over Montgomery in Annandale.

Breanna Cavanaugh had a hat trick and an assist for North Hunterdon. Caroline Coleman, Emma Corcodilos, and Nicole Perez each had a goal and an assist in the win.



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

Click HERE to review the “NHHS Notice to Athletes“.

Click HERE to go to the “Ask the Trainer” website.

Click HERE for the North Hunterdon HS Summer Sports Camps 2015.

Click HERE for the Tentative Fall Sport Practice 2015-2016.

  • REVISION: 7-16-15: #1 – Boys and Girls Cross Country and Freshmen Field Hockey.

Click HERE for the Physical and Parent Permission Dates for 2015 Fall Sports.

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NHHS-Summer-Sports-CampsClick HERE to review the 2015 North Hunterdon HS Summer Athletic Camp Offerings.




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BLAX-Beats-Imm-4-29-15The North Hunterdon BLAX team defeated Immaculata 10-6 on Wednesday afternoon thanks to four unanswered goals in the fourth quarter. Freshman Jared McMahon led the Lions with three goals and scored the winning goal in the fourth quarter with 8:13 left in the game. Rob Marron and Sean Wood each added two goals. Zach Koehler anchored the Lion defense in the fourth quarter, saving multiple Immaculata attempts late in the game and recording 12 saves overall.

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KelseyandNelsonHW-SACongratulations to Kelsey Shelofsky and Nelson Dong who were recognized today as North Hunterdon’s Hunterdon-Warren County Scholar Athletes. Kelsey earned a varsity letter in Girls Lacrosse and will be attending Duke University in the fall. Nelson earned a varsity letter in Boys Tennis and will be attending Duke University in the fall.

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Many-4-28-15Slusar-4-28-15Angie Slusar retired 15 straight Stateliners from the third to the seventh inning with 4 strikeouts to secure the Lions’ 5-2 win and improve their record to 11-3 this season. Isabella Many went 3-for-4 with three singles.

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NORTH-BOYS-TENNIS​Congratulations to the Boys tennis team as they finished 2nd in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County Boys Tennis Finals.

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Sean Wood scored three goals as North Hunterdon defeated rival Voorhees 4-3 in double overtime.

Rory Alpaugh dished out two assists for the Lions, who outscored Voorhees 2-0 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.


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bellmanyHCDemocrat-POTWCongratulations to North Hunterdon HS softball player, Isabella Many, who was named the Hunterdon County Democrat Athlete of the Week for April 27, 2015.

JUST THE STATS: Many currently holds a .436 batting average and has driven in a team-high 16 RBI this season. She is second on the team with five doubles and is a main reason why North Hunterdon currently sits with a 10-3 record. In four games last week, in which North Hunterdon won all four, she went 7-for-14 at the plate with eight RBI.

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Skyland-Conf-Banquet-4-27-15Congratulations to Grace Plassche and Samuel Layding who were recognized today as North Hunterdon’s Skyland Conference Scholar Athletes. Grace earned varsity letters in Field Hockey and Girls Lacrosse and will be attending Brown University in the fall. Samuel earned letters in Cross Country, Indoor Track & Field and Spring Track & Field and will be attending Lehigh University in the fall.




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PancreaticCancerMemorial Games in Honor of Jennifer Hoban To Raise Awareness & Accept Donations for Pancreatic Cancer.

Girls Lacrosse Thursday, April 30th JV 4:30 & V 6:00

Boys Lacrosse Monday, May 4th JV 5:00 & V 7:00 (Senior night) 

In keeping with our traditional to raise money and awareness in the month of May the boys and girls lacrosse programs are teaming up to raise awareness and money for pancreatic cancer.  The games will be dedicated to Jennifer Hoban, mother of Meghan & Katie Hoban, who recently lost her battle with pancreatic cancer this January.


For the second year in a row our Boys and Girls Lacrosse Programs with the help of a large contribution from Girls Basketball this year were able to raise over $2,000 again! Thanks to the collective efforts of our programs as well as the support of the North Hunterdon community our Girls Lacrosse Booster club will be writing a check for $2,250 to The American Cancer Society in the name of Jennifer Hoban.

If you are unable to make it to the games there will be a donation box in the Athletics Office.  Please make checks payable to The American Cancer Society.

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Autism-ChallengeAustin Arndt pitched a six-hit shutout and was 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI Sunday to lead North Hunterdon to an 8-0 win over Edison at the Autism Awareness Challenge in North Brunswick, N.J. on Sunday, April 26 2015. Tom Schumacher was 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs for the Lions. Andrew Meiners, who hit a solo homer, also had two hits along with Shayne Fontana, Billy Russo and John Wilson.

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