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Congratulations to the Cheer Competition squad for taking the 1st place in the Medium Division and 4th Overall at the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Championship on Saturday, December 3rd.

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ladylionsxc-20thinusaCongratulations to the Lady Lions Cross Country team for finishing 20th overall in the U.S.A. at the Nike Cross Country Nationals on Saturday, December 3rd.

Ellie DiMarcello took 69th place; Angela Kearlsey took 101st, Anna DiMarcello took 115th place; Emily Nugent took 166th place; Kelly McCarten took 177th place; Skyler Farrand took 183rd and Brenna Talamo took 194th place.

Click HERE to review the results.

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matt-busher-hcdemocratefbpoty2016Congratulations to Matt Busher who was named the Hunterdon County Democrat Football Player of the Year for 2016. In 2016, he combined for 1,946 yards from scrimmage and 25 touchdowns and threw just four interceptions.

Busher completed 112 of 231 passes for 1,365 yards and 12 touchdowns, while rushing 111 times for 581 yards and 13 touchdowns. He set six school records, including most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in one season.

Source: Lion Athletic News Matt Busher of North Hunterdon is Hunterdon County Democrat Football Player of the Year for 2016 Matt Busher of North Hunterdon is Hunterdon County Democrat Football Player of the Year for 2016

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Brad Apgar, Delaware Valley, Sr.The 6-3, 225-pound offensive tackle/defensive lineman rarely came off the field as he helped lead an offense which averaged three touchdowns per game at left tackle,…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat all-area football team, 2016 Hunterdon County Democrat all-area football team, 2016

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hoflionNHHS 2016 Winter Sports Program Guide

Click HERE to review the Winter Sports Promo information.

Get in on the Action!

 

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A look at how the girls cross-country teams in Hunterdon County fared this season:DELAWARE VALLEYSenior Madeline Yannuzzi and freshman Trinity Perini not only made a great 1-2 punch for the Terrier…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls cross-country season in review, 2016 Hunterdon County girls cross-country season in review, 2016

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ellie-dimarcello-hcdroty-2016Ellie DiMarcello’s leadership skills were tested a year earlier than expected, so she spent the 2016 cross-country season proving she is mature beyond her years. DiMarcello, a sophomore at North Hunterdon.

When DiMarcello won, the Lions won. She captured individual titles at the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex meet (18;12.5), the Skyland Conference meet (18:15) and the North 2, Group 2 meet. And North Hunterdon, which entered those meets ranked No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20, swept those team titles as well, beating No. 2 Ridge in the process.

Source: Lion Athletic News Ellie DiMarcello of North Hunterdon is Hunterdon County Democrat girls cross-country Runner of the Year for 2016 Ellie DiMarcello of North Hunterdon is Hunterdon County Democrat girls cross-country Runner of the Year for 2016

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A look at how the boys cross-country teams in Hunterdon County fared this season: DELAWARE VALLEY There were a handful of underclassmen to lead the Terriers in championship competition this fall, a…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat boys cross-country season review Hunterdon County Democrat boys cross-country season review

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Dr-Spencer-MOAmoa-12-9-16 On Friday, December 9, 2016 all North Hunterdon High School winter 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 Hunterdon Central girls swimming teamfinished 3-6-1 last year swimming in the tough Skyland Conference. However, the Red Devils kept their perfect streak in the Hunterdon/Warren and Hunterdon/W…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls swimming preview, 2016-17 Hunterdon County girls swimming preview, 2016-17

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Hunterdon Central will look to continue its streak in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament once the Red Devils open their swim season in late November. Hunterdon Central coach Mike Aversano looks…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys swimming preview, 2016-17 Hunterdon County boys swimming preview, 2016-17

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Nobody, not even head coach Stephen Fenton, knew what to expect from Hunterdon Central this season, but the inexperienced Red Devils squad answered every question and challenge they faced in a hist…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls volleyball season in review, 2016 Hunterdon County girls volleyball season in review, 2016

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GROUP 4 FIRST TEAMSamantha Heller, Hunterdon CentralDaniella Besecker, Hunterdon CentralJordyn Horowitz, East BrunswickAubrey Binkley, Toms River NorthGayle Edelstein, LivingstonStephanie Borr, Wes…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: All-Group and All-Prep selections for 2016 Girls Volleyball: All-Group and All-Prep selections for 2016

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nxrCongratulations to the Lady Lion Hunterdon Lions Track Club for winning the Nike Cross Country NorthEast Regionals. In the top 20, Ellie Dimarcello took 8th; Anna DiMarcello took 14thvand Angela Kearsley took 20th.

Click HERE to review all the results on Runnerspace.com.

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR Bridgewater-Raritan had one of the toughest schedules in the state in 2016. The Panthers received the top seed in Group 4 behind a balanced effort all season. One of the leaders …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: Skyland Conference season in review, 2016 Girls Volleyball: Skyland Conference season in review, 2016

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Voorhees capped another fantastic campaign with a third straight trip to the NJSIAA Meet of Champions, while Hunterdon Central’s Justin Cornetta brought individual glory back to the Red Devils’ loc…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys cross-country Meet of Champions recap Hunterdon County boys cross-country Meet of Champions recap

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Heading into the season, Hunterdon Central coach Jessica Cantagallo-Rohm wanted her team to be as consistent and technically flawless as it could be.
Abiding by the motto “keep it clean,” the Red Devils were able to put together a strong 5-4 campaign after finishing 2015 at 5-5.
“I thought we had a pretty nice season overall,” Cantagallo-Rohm said …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central gymnastics enjoys another fine season in 2016 Hunterdon Central gymnastics enjoys another fine season in 2016

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The North Hunterdon girls must think they are caught in some kind of “Groundhog Day” trap.
On Saturday at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions at Holmdel Park, the Lions cross-country team entered the state finale looking for a little revenge against Ridge because they had lost to their No. 1 ranking in the NJ.com Top 20 to the Red …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls cross-country Meet of Champions recap Hunterdon County girls cross-country Meet of Champions recap

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njsiaa-xc-g-sec-2016nhhs-girls-xc-moc-2016Congratulations to the Girl’s Cross-Country team for taking Silver at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions (MOC) on Saturday 11/19/16. Ellie DiMarcello took 5th place; Anna DiMarcello took 9th place; Brenna Talamo took 52nd place; Angela Kearlsey took 66th place; Skyler Farrand took 74th place; Kelly McCarten took 129th place and Emily Nugent took 168th place. Ray Sellaro placed 39th in the Boys MOC race.

The Lions Cross Country Teams had a great season!

Click HERE to review the article and results on NJ.com.

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busher-20td-club-2016Matt Busher – North Hunterdon – Check out the list of players who have figured in 20 or more TDs this fall.
Source: Lion Athletic News Touchdown Makers: 20 TD club inducts 18 new members Touchdown Makers: 20 TD club inducts 18 new members

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Voorhees continued its second straight impressive campaign with yet another team title the NJSIAA group championships on Saturday at Holmdel Park, while both Hunterdon Central and North Hunterdon also advanced to the state’s final meet of the season.
The Vikings, as well as Hunterdon Central’s Justin Cornetta and North Hunterdon’s Ray Sellaro, all punched tickets to the …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys cross-country group championships recap Hunterdon County boys cross-country group championships recap

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North Hunterdon hopes to avoid a repeat of history and claim New Jersey’s top prize, Voorhees will ride an impressive streak into the state’s final meet of the season and Hunterdon Central’s Hannah…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls cross-country group championships recap Hunterdon County girls cross-country group championships recap

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njsiaa-xc-g-sec-2016njsiaa-xc-g-grp4-2016Congratulations to the Girl’s Cross-Country team for taking Silver at the NJSIAA Cross Country Group Championships on Saturday. Ellie DiMarcello took 5th place; Anna DiMarcello took 8th place; Angela Kearlsey took 11th place; Brenna Talamo took 26th place; Emily Nugent took 39th place; Kelly McCarten took 52nd place and Skyler Ferrand took 77th place.

The Lady Lions will compete at the Meet of Champions on Nov. 19 at Holmdel Park.

Click HERE to review the article and results on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review article #2 on NJ.com.


njsiaa-xc-b-sec-2016njsiaa-xc-b-grp4-2016Congratulations to the Boys Cross-Country team for taking tenth place at the NJSIAA Cross Country Group Championships on Saturday. Ray Sellaro took 12th place; Connor Berson took 53rd place; Gavin Richards took 64th place; Austin Frank took 67th place; Joe Gallo took 77th place; Chris Fischer took 79th place and Dillon Adamy took 106th place.

Ray Sellaro will race at the Meet of Champions on Nov. 19 at Holmdel Park as a wildcard.

Click HERE to review the article and results on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review article #2 on NJ.com.

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Mitchell Finnegan ran for 247 yards on 17 carries with four touchdowns as North Hunterdon defeated West Windsor-Plainsboro South, 59-7, in a regional crossover in Annandale.
Matt Busher threw for a touchdown and rushed for another. North Hunterdon led 45-0 following a 31-point second quarter. Sean McQuade ran for 37 yards and a score on nine carries.
Defensively, Connor McMahon …
Source: Lion Athletic News West Windsor-Plainsboro North (7) at North Hunterdon (59), NJSIAA Regional Crossovers – Football West Windsor-Plainsboro North (7) at North Hunterdon (59), NJSIAA Regional Crossovers – Football

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alexandravasileSophomore Alexa Vasile of North Hunterdon might not have been on the radar of many people heading into the season after finishing under .500 in her freshman year at first singles, but she proved th…
Source: Lion Athletic News Alexa Vasile of North Hunterdon is the Hunterdon County Democrat girls tennis Player of the Year for 2016 Alexa Vasile of North Hunterdon is the Hunterdon County Democrat girls tennis Player of the Year for 2016

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ANNANDALE — The Hunterdon Central girls volleyball team came into this season with questions about how it was going to replace the core of a team that had won two straight state championships, but the Red Devils are right back to where they are used to being.
Third-seeded Hunterdon Central, No. 14 in the NJ …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central (2) at North Hunterdon (0), NJSIAA Tournament, Semifinal Round, Group 4 – Girls Volleyball Hunterdon Central (2) at North Hunterdon (0), NJSIAA Tournament, Semifinal Round, Group 4 – Girls Volleyball

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gvvb2016GROUP 4 STATE SEMIFINALS PREVIEW Thursday, Nov. 9 5-Livingston at 1-Bridgewater-Raritan, Noon This will be a rematch of a match played on Sept. 21 with Bridgewater-Raritan winning 21-25, 25-22, 25-…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: Group 4 state semifinals preview Girls Volleyball: Group 4 state semifinals preview

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gymnastics-coachescancer10-18-16bNorth Hunterdon gymnastics teams earned top-Four finishes Saturday at the Central Jersey, Section 2 tournament at Hillsborough High School. Hunterdon Central finished in t…
Source: Lion Athletic News Gymnastics: Hunterdon Central/North Hunterdon finish in top five in Central Jersey, Section 2 tournament Gymnastics: Hunterdon Central/North Hunterdon finish in top five in Central Jersey, Section 2 tournament

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Congratulations to the Cheer Competition squad for taking the 1st place overall Championship in the High School Division at the Voorhees Cheer Competition on 11-6-16.

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girlsxc-sectional-champs-2016girlsxc-sectional-champs-resultsCongratulations to the Girl’s Cross-Country team for winning the North 2, Group 4 Sectional title on Saturday.  The girls have now won back to back Hunterdon Warren Sussex, Skyland Conference and Sectional titles.  The girls relied on another strong team effort across the board putting all 7 girls under 20 minutes to secure the victory. Sophomores Ellie DiMarcello (18:12.5) and Angela Kearsley (18:40.3) led the charge for North Hunterdon, which went 1-2-4-89.

North Hunterdon is now 2-0 this season vs. Ridge and the two juggernauts will again in the state Group 4 race next Saturday at Holmdel Park and at the Meet of Champions on Nov. 19 at Holmdel Park.

Click HERE to review the article and results on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review article #2 on NJ.com.


boysxc-sectional-champs-2016boysxc-sectional-champs-resultsA great team battle was waged by Ray Sellaro, Austin Frank, Gavin Richards, Dillon Adamy, Chris Fischer, Connor Berson, and Joe Gallo. Junior Ray Sellaro (15:59.88), Austin Frank (16:30.91) and Gavin Richards (16:31:85) led the charge for North Hunterdon, which went 3-9-10.

North Hunterdon will challenge Westfield again in the state Group 4 race next Saturday at Holmdel Park and at the Meet of Champions on Nov. 19 at Holmdel Park.

Click HERE to review the article and results on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review article #2 on NJ.com.

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christofennisjb-milkcanNorth Hunterdon won its fifth straight Milkcan game in the series — a first for the game which began in 1976 — and owns a 28-12-1 record against Voorhees in the rivalry clash. North won four straight games three other times.
 

Mitchell Finnegan scored twice as North Hunterdon topped Voorhees in the 41st annual Milk Can Game. Matt Busher, Eric Dehkes and Sean McQuade also scored for the Lions (5-4), who won this game for the fifth-straight year. Rory D’Alesandro connected on six extra points. For Voorhees (2-7), Colton Riley scored on a one-yard run and George Eberle kicked a 32-yard field goal.


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AWARDS:
  • Mitchell Finnegan carried the ball 22 times for 123 yards and two TDs, the first on a 33-yard dash on the Lions’ second offensive play after Voorhees punted away its first possession. Finnegan was named the Lions’ offensive MVP.
  • For Voorhees, sophomore George Eberle went 14 of 36 for 185 yards passing and was named the team’s offensive MVP.
  • Christof Ennis, who had 2.5 sacks and was named the Lions’ Most Valuable Defensive Player of the game.
  • Senior lineman Adam Murdock was the Vikings’ defensive MVP.
  • Matt Busher led the Lions (5-4) by completing 14 of 18 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown, a 5-yarder to Eric Dehkes with four seconds left in the second quarter which gave North Hunterdon a 28-3 lead at the break. Busher, who also rushed eight times for 52 yards and a score, was named the game’s overall MVP.

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Click HERE to review the article and Photos on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the Great American Rivalry Series 41st Milkcan Broadcast.

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PowderPuff FootballpowderpuffThe Powder Puff Football Game was held on Thursday November 3, 2016 at 5:30 PM on Singley Field. 

The Annual Powderpuff game took place last night between the Junior and the Senior girls. The Seniors had an outstanding 2nd half and beat the Juniors 40-14. Big performances by Nikki Perez, Carly Monks, Cat Wilson, and Brittany Geopfert. Senior Powder Puffer Nicole Perez was the MVP. Congrats Seniors!!
Great overall performance by both teams and coaches, including the halftime cheerleading performances.  
A special thanks to all involved to make the night very fun and exciting and a special thanks to all the clubs who came out for the night to sell food for the fans. Also, special thanks to our referees for officiating the game, Mr. Delorenzo, Mr. Petraglia, and Mr. Owdij. 
A big thank you to Mr. Flynn for his great announcing throughout the whole game. And thank you to the Administration for their continued support for this great event.

 

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Football-Helmet-NHHS-2015Voorhees HelmetCountdown to Lions vs. Vikings

41st Milk Can Showdown – 11/4/16

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  • The 41st Annual Milkcan game will be the Great American Rivalry Series Game of the Week!
  • The Great American Rivalry North vs. Voorhees Chin Up Challenge will be 11/3/16 during lunch mods with the United States Marines.
  • Milk Can game is at North Hunterdon HS. on Friday 11/4/16 7:15pm.
  • PreGame Great American Rivalry Student-Athlete Scholarship: Logan McMahon – North Hunterdon and William McDonald-Voorhees.
  • The Us Marines will be throwing out Great American Rivalry T-Shirts to the fans during the game.
  • Halftime: North Hunterdon Golden Lions Band and Voorhees Band.
  • Great American Rivalry Hall of Fame Induction – Chris Loftus-North Hunterdon and Marc Cahill-Voorhees
  • The US Marines will announce and give out an award to the school with the most chinups.
  • Milk Can Game awards after the game.
  • Click HERE to VOTE now who will win the Great American Rivalry Game – Voorhees at North Hunterdon.
  • Click HERE to VOTE now for the Week #9 NJ.com Game of the Week – Voorhees at North Hunterdon.
  • Click HERE to read about the Great American Rivalry Series.
  • Click HERE to review the Great American Rivalry Series 41st Milkcan Broadcast on 11/4.
  • Click HERE to review MilkCan Reminders for the North Students – The Do’s and Dont’s
  • Click HERE to review the MilkCan Article on NJ.com.
  • Click HERE to review last years Rivalry Survey on LehighValleyLive.com. The new article will be posted once published.
  • Click HERE to review the Milkcan Game Story/Facts.
  • Spirit Week begins on 10/31/16.
  • Senior vs. Juniors Powder-Puff Football Game on North Turf Thursday 11/3/16 at 5:30pm.

    • Cancer Awareness Game “Coaches vs Cancer”
    • Seniors (Green) vs Juniors (White)
  • The Seniors dominate the Juniors with a convincing 40-14 win – Nicole Perez was the MVP
  • Milk Can Pep Rally is on Friday 11/4/16.
  • Senior Spirit Event 5:30pm.
  • Milkcan Game 7:15pm with events before and after the game.

milkcan-shirts-2016In addition, the Booster Club is selling Milkcan  Game Shirts.  See information below:

Pre-order the Milkcan Game shirt!

Pickup will be in school 10/27-11/1 from 9am-12pm outside the cafeterias.

Purchase is also available in school at those times while supplies last!

$21 online (covers fee) and $20 in school

Here’s the link to preorder:
https://squareup.com/store/north-hunterdon-main-booster-club

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Brittany Bill and Liza Higley scored two goals apiece as Hunterdon Central defeated North Hunterdon, 7-1, in Flemington.
Nikki Freeman, Austin Kerr and Emily Brandt added a goal each as Elizabeth Webb and Kali Huck both posted an assist. Elizabeth O’Brien made one save in the win.
Courtney Nealon scored North Hunterdon’s goal in the second half unassisted.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (1) at Hunterdon Central (7) – Field Hockey North Hunterdon (1) at Hunterdon Central (7) – Field Hockey

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County champions will be crowned today. Check in to see who takes the prize.
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Soccer: County final live updates, results and links for Saturday, Oct. 29 Girls Soccer: County final live updates, results and links for Saturday, Oct. 29

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The Lions fell five yards shy of a history-making win over the Stateliners.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Busher, North Hunterdon give their all in tough football loss to Phillipsburg Busher, North Hunterdon give their all in tough football loss to Phillipsburg

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Brad Wilson | lehighvalleylive.com ANNANDALE — The final two touchdowns covered only two yards total, but that was all the real estate Danny Fisher needed as the Phillipsburg football team rallied…
Source: Lion Athletic News Phillipsburg football rallies to beat North Hunterdon, 24-17 (with PHOTOS) Phillipsburg football rallies to beat North Hunterdon, 24-17 (with PHOTOS)

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The Stateliners scored two late touchdowns to win a 24-17 thriller.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Instant classic: Phillipsburg football rallies past North Hunterdon Instant classic: Phillipsburg football rallies past North Hunterdon

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Chris Romero and his Voorhees crew prepare to defend their team title, North Hunterdon aims to extend an impressive streak, and Hunterdon Central must battle a loaded field when the NJSIAA sectiona…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys cross-country sectional preview Hunterdon County boys cross-country sectional preview

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Ellie DiMarcello and her North Hunterdon teammates will once again place their No. 1 ranking on the line when the NJSIAA sectional championships take place Saturday at four sites around the state.N…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls cross-country sectional preview Hunterdon County girls cross-country sectional preview

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Rivalry alive?, running the ball strongly, and more.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Fast 5: Phillipsburg-North Hunterdon football talking points Fast 5: Phillipsburg-North Hunterdon football talking points

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njsiaa-sportsmanship-award-2015-2016Congratulations to the North Hunterdon Athletics Department, Coaches and Athletes for winning the NJSIAA Sportsmanship Award for 2015-2016. The North Hunterdon Administration appreciates everyone’s efforts on displaying good sportsmanship.

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madelinewolf-gvs-2016GIRLS SOCCER PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Madeline Wolf, North Hunterdon

The Lion scored three goals in a 4-1 win over top-seeded High Point in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex semifinals on Saturday.

Wolf had both goals in a 2-1 victory over Pope John in the quarterfinals on Oct. 15.

The fifth-seeded Lions will play second-seeded Hunterdon Central in the final at 1 p.m. Saturday at Warren Hills.

Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon’s Wolf is lehighvalleylive Girls Soccer Player of Week North Hunterdon’s Wolf is lehighvalleylive Girls Soccer Player of Week

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HUNTERDON/WARREN/SUSSEX COUNTYTOURNAMENT FINAL BRACKET Saturday, Oct. 29, atWarren Hills 5-North Hunterdonat 2-Hunterdon Central, 1p.m. How they got there:It’s no shock to see Hunterdon Central, No…
Source: Lion Athletic News HWS Tournament girls soccer preview: North Hunterdon vs. Hunterdon Central, 1 pm Saturday HWS Tournament girls soccer preview: North Hunterdon vs. Hunterdon Central, 1 pm Saturday

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North Hunterdon Spirit Week 2016 – Monday, October 31st – Friday, November 4th

School-wide Theme: NORTH IS OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!!

Hallway decorating:  October 31 from 2:30-4:30; November 1 from 2:30-3:10

  • Seniors and Juniors:  Mall area.
    Note: Hello Juniors and Seniors! We want you to help decorate for Spirit Week! Please join us at 2:30 to decorate the mall on Monday, Oct. 31st! Please bring: blue painters tape, paint, paint brushes, aluminum foil, black sheets or tablecloths, black paper, colored paper, scissors, glue/glue sticks, etc. (The school will provide some of these items, but to make sure supplies last, you may want to bring some items.)
  • Sophomores and Freshmen:  Cafeteria B

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PowderPuff Game:  Thursday, November 3 – 5:30 PM on Singley Field – Come out and cheer on the ladies in this annual event!

  • Cancer Awareness Game “Coaches vs Cancer”
  • Seniors (Green) vs Juniors (White)

Milk Can Pep Rally:  Friday, November 4, last period

Senior Spirit Event – 5:30PM

Milk Can Game:  Friday, November 4 at NHHS

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wolf-hat-trickMadeline Wolf recorded a hat trick for fifth-seeded North Hunterdon in a 4-1 win over top-seeded High Point in the semifinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Girls Soccer Tournament in Sussex.

It was the second multi-goal game for Wolf in the tournament, after she scored both goals in a 2-1 win over fourth-seeded Pope John in the quarterfinals. Wolf now has a team-leading 17 goals this season. Freshman Rebecca Fluchel scored the other goal, putting her right behind Wolf with 16 goals this season.

North Hunterdon advanced to face second-seeded Hunterdon Central in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Girls Soccer Tournament Championship on Saturday 10/29 at Warren Hills HS at 1pm.

Click HERE to review the article and Box-score in NJ.com.

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