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Samantha Weyrauch scored two goals with an assist and Kaitlyn Madden added one goal with an assist to power Ridge, No. 6 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 5-0 win over North Hunterdon in Basking Ridge.
Katie Arrigan and Heather Cortese each had one score apiece, Erin Keefe dished out two assists, and Molly Mahoney posted an assist …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (0) at Ridge (5) – Girls Soccer North Hunterdon (0) at Ridge (5) – Girls Soccer

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North Hunterdon, meanwhile, rolled to a 6-0 mark with a 49-27 decision over Scotch-Plains Fanwood on Friday. The Lions led 28-6 at the break and 42-13 after three quarters. Norrth Hunterdon leads the all-time series with Scotch Plains, 5-0.

Senior back Luke Wain rushed 17 times for 146 yards and two scores, while QB Matt Busher was 8 of 14 for 170 yards and a score. Connor McMahon returned a kickoff back 95 yards for a score. Busher is now 75-of-136 for 1,317 yards and 10 touchdowns.

North Hunterdon, 302-340-14 since first playing in 1921, is 6-0 for the first time since 1983 when it finished 7-2. The last time a Lion team won seven games in a season was in 2002 when it finished 7-4.

The Lions, No. 1 in power points in North 2, Group 4, are seeking their eighth playoff appearance, including their first since 2014 and second since 2006. The school is 4-5 in the playoffs with the last win coming in 2002.

North Hunterdon, averaging 28.6 points per game and giving up 13.0, will host Hillsborough on Friday. The Raiders are averaging 31 points per game.

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County football: Voorhees, North Hunterdon seeking to re-write history Hunterdon County football: Voorhees, North Hunterdon seeking to re-write history

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North Hunterdon

The sixth-seeded Lions won their fourth straight when Gabe Volpe and Edward Acostascored a goal each in their team’s 2-1 triumph over third-seeded Sparta in the H/W/S quarterfinals. Ryan Reed and Garrett Andreski each tallied an assist for North, which moves on to the semis and will travel to second-seeded Hackettstown on Saturday at 6 p.m.

Riding the success of its victory over Lenape Valley in the second round of the H/W/S Tournament, the Lions (8-3) extended their winning streak to three with a regular season win over Pingry and a 2-1 triumph over Hackettstown in the H/W/S quarterfinals.

Alison Cafaro and Alicia Giordano scored in the Pingry match. Against sixth-seeded Hackettstown, third-seeded North received goals from Giordano and Olivia Ramirez, an assist from Jessica Mitchell and three saves by Alex Macce.

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat boys, girls soccer update: Central boys, girls, North girls reach H/W/S semis Hunterdon County Democrat boys, girls soccer update: Central boys, girls, North girls reach H/W/S semis

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Another day, another bracket has been released. The seeds for the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament have been unveiled and North Hunterdon has the honor of being the top seed.
The 13-5 Lions are one of six teams to receive a bye into the quarterfinals.
The tournament is slated to start Oct. 19 with a pair of qualifying games featuring ninth-seeded ninth-seeded Hackettstown taking on eighth-seeded Voorhees as well as seventh-seeded Pope John squaring off with 10th-seeded Phillipsburg.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: No. 15 North Hunterdon draws top seed for the H/W/S Tournament Girls Volleyball: No. 15 North Hunterdon draws top seed for the H/W/S Tournament

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Congratulations, to the Vikings of Voorhees and the Lions of North Hunterdon for tying 6-6 in the Inaugural Unified Sports Soccer game in a superb inclusive community event at North Hunterdon High School.

The Vikings were led by the dominating fleet-footed play of William Lyons who scored 3 goals. Other Viking contributors were: Bruce Fujihuara had 2 goals and and Emma Hintz scored 1. Bruce Fujihuara also recorded 4 saves.

The Lions were led by the stealth mode play by Myla Schultz who led the Lions with 4 goals. Other Lion contributors were: Clare Sturges and Julie Schmidt who had 1 goal apiece. Katie Higgins recorded 8 saves.

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Gabe Volpe and Eddie Acosta each scored a goal in the win against Sparta in the Quarterfinal round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Boys Soccer Tournament in Sparta.

North Hunterdon will face second-seeded Hackettstown in the semifinals on Oct. 21.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (2) at Sparta (1), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Quarterfinal Round – Boys Soccer North Hunterdon (2) at Sparta (1), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Quarterfinal Round – Boys Soccer

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Alicia Giordano scored a go-ahead goal to push third-seeded North Hunterdon to a 2-1 victory over sixth-seeded Hackettstown in the quarterfinal round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.

Giordano’s goal came at the 50th minute. Olivia Ramirez also scored a goal for North Hunterdon, while Alex Macce recorded three saves.

North Hunterdon will go on the road in the semifinal round to face second-seeded Hunterdon Central, No. 13 in the NJ.com Top 20.

Source: Lion Athletic News Hackettstown (1) at North Hunterdon (2), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Quarterfinal Round – Girls Soccer Hackettstown (1) at North Hunterdon (2), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Quarterfinal Round – Girls Soccer

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Luke Wain had 17 rushes for 146 yards and two touchdowns with two catches for 35 yards to lead North Hunterdon over Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 49-27, in Scotch Plains.

North Hunterdon improved to 6-0 for the first time since 1983.

Jared McMahon caught three balls for 65 yards with a touchdown and returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown while Matt Busher went 8-for-14 with 170 yards and a touchdown for North Hunterdon, which took a 28-6 lead into halftime.

Trent Fitzpatrick caught a 29-yard touchdown pass from Anthony Hale while Colin Lavigne had an interception for North Hunterdon.

Dienes Carbine and Luke Ingenito had a team-high nine tackles apiece while Anthony Masters recorded three sacks for North Hunterdon, which has won four games this season by at least 18 points.

Carbine added two sacks while Noah Quental, Matt Spichiger, Jimmy Tordik and Andrew Solino had a sack apiece for North Hunterdon.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (49) at Scotch Plains-Fanwood (27) – Football North Hunterdon (49) at Scotch Plains-Fanwood (27) – Football

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Abby Bronico, Olivia Zmyewski, and Melanie Clark scored a goal each to lead Belvidere to a 3-0 victory over North Hunterdon in Belvidere.
Anya Logan stopped one shot for the shutout.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (0) at Belvidere (3) – Field Hockey North Hunterdon (0) at Belvidere (3) – Field Hockey

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The biggest and baddest high school XC invitational in the nation took place on Saturday October 14, 2017 at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx!!! 

It’s the 44th Manhattan Invitational, featuring the Eastern States Championship races. The race featured many of the top scholastic runners on the East Coast. The North Hunterdon Boys Cross Country team accepted the invitation to compete. The team was the 3rd New Jersey team overall. This is the race where legends are made.

The Lions Boys Cross Country team placed 13th place overall. Ray Sellaro paced the Lions with a 16th-place finish in 12:54.1 while Dillon Adamy recorded a 13:16.7 for 42nd place. Ray Sellaro was the 4th New Jersey individual overall. 

The JV team won their race and our freshmen took 3rd at Manhattan.

Source: Lion Athletic News Cross Country: Christian Brothers, Red Bank Regional win at Manhattan Invitational Cross Country: Christian Brothers, Red Bank Regional win at Manhattan Invitational

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Here is the latest look at the block leaders around the state through Oct. 13.
BLOCKS
67 – Shannon Condon, Mount St. Dominic67 – Joanna Marcelin, Orange65 – Caleigh Golabek, Hackensack63 – Kayla Thornton, Pinelands60 – Emma Capriglione, Pinelands60 – Colette Petric, Immaculate Heart59 – Paige Carlson, Columbia 58.5 – Madison Mitchell, West Orange58 – Shayla Keegan, Columbia53 – Nicole Villamil, Montville50 – Eleanor Stothoff, North Hunterdon48 – Rachel Bosko, Brick Township47 …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: Statewide block leaders through Oct. 13 Girls Volleyball: Statewide block leaders through Oct. 13

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Here is a look at the latest NJ.com Top 20 for Oct. 14! NJ.com Top 20 for Oct. 14 1-Immaculate Heart (24-1) | Last week: 1 The Blue Eagles enjoyed another strong week with wins over Ridgewood and H…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: One new face and more shuffling in the NJ.com Top 20 for Oct. 14 Girls Volleyball: One new face and more shuffling in the NJ.com Top 20 for Oct. 14

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GROUP 4
1-Ridge (13-0) | Last week: 12-Westfield (12-2) | Last week: 23-North Hunterdon (11-5) | Last week: 44-Hunterdon Central (9-4) | Last week: 35-Cherokee (18-0) | Last week: 56-Princeton (22-1) | Last week: 77-Rancocas Valley (19-2) | Last week: 88-Monroe (15-2) | Last week: 69-Southern (20-3) | Last week: 910-Union (16-2) | Last week: 10
MORE GROUP RANKINGS
NOTE: Records are indicative of all games played and reported through …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: Group 4 rankings for Oct. 14 Girls Volleyball: Group 4 rankings for Oct. 14

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SKYLAND CONFERENCE
1-Ridge (13-0) | Last week: 12-North Hunterdon (11-5) | Last week: 33-Hunterdon Central (9-4) | Last week: 24-Mount St. Mary (13-2) | Last week: 45-Delaware Valley (11-3) | Last week: 66-Montgomery (11-4) | Last week: 57-Warren Hills (10-7) | Last week: 78-Rutgers Prep (11-9) | Last week: 99-Bridgewater-Raritan (6-10) | Last week: 1010-Hillsborough (6-10) | Last week: Unranked
MORE CONFERENCE RANKINGS 
NOTE: Records are indicative of all games …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: Skyland Conference rankings for Oct. 14 Girls Volleyball: Skyland Conference rankings for Oct. 14

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Bauke Gatzen finished with two goals and an assist and Ally Duran scored twice to lead Montgomery to a 6-0 decision over North Hunterdon in Montgomery.
Kylla Przekop delivered a goal and an assist, Payton Edwards scored once, Madison Wilson had two assists and Colleen Hennessey made one save for Montgomery. Caroline Petrie stopped 12 shots for North Hunterdon.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (0) at Montgomery (6) – Field Hockey North Hunterdon (0) at Montgomery (6) – Field Hockey

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Congratulations to the Lady Lion Cross Country Team for 3-Peating the 2017 Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Championship.

Chloe Gonzalez takes Gold, Ellie DiMarcello takes Silver and Emily Nugent takes Bronze to capture the top three spots in the Championship run.

Lady Lion Results:

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Joining Romero in the winner’s circle at Shore Coaches was North Hunterdon senior Ray Sellaro, who won the Varsity B race in 16:16, the sixth fastest time overall.

The Lions, which averaged 17:02, placed second to Kingsway, 55-90, and ranked fifth in a meet merge of results behind Kingsway, Hopewell Valley, Princeton and Christian Brothers.

North was rounded out by junior Christopher Fischer (seventh, 16:47), junior Dillon Adamy (10th, 16:54), sophomore Gavin Richards (21st, 17:11) and senior Joseph Gallo (51st, 18:02).

North Hunterdon, led by junior Ellie DiMarcello, averaged a meet-best 20:05 and won the Varsity A race with 69 points, beating West Windsor-Plainsboro South (107) and Randolph (109). In fact, the Lions ranked No. 1 in a meet merge of all girls teams.

DiMarcello placed second to Randolph’s Abby Loveys, 19:02 to 19:09, as the Lions pushed three runners into the top four. Sophomore Chloe Gonzalez was third in 19:26 and junior Emily Nugent was fourth in 19:30. Overall at the meet, DiMarcello’s time was eighth fastest, Gonzalez was 11th and Nugent was 13th. North was rounded out by sophomore Samantha Kehler (26th, 20:55) and sophomore Carleigh Haris (35th, 21:16).

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys, girls XC notebook: Romero of Voorhees, No. Hunterdon girls leads locals at Shore meet Hunterdon County boys, girls XC notebook: Romero of Voorhees, No. Hunterdon girls leads locals at Shore meet

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Congratulations to Griffin Honthy who was voted Courier News Football Player of the Week. Click HERE to review the article on the Courier News.com.

“He doesn’t have any fear,” Lions coach Jared Mazzetta said. “I mean, he catches the ball well on punts and he’s our kick returner. And if his number’s called to go across the middle for anything, he’ll do that as well. He’s not afraid to stick his nose in there and block. That’s something Coach Krebs, our receiver coach, really preaches in getting downfield and making blocks. … He’s more of a lead by example guy. He just comes and puts his hard hat on every day and just goes to work.”

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Teams, Scores and Records
Team Score Wins Losses Ties
North Hunterdon (H) 103.825 3 2 0
Somerville 102.05 1 4 0
Events
Team Gymnast Score
All Around
Somerville Christopulos, Alyssa 37.1
Vault
Somerville Christopulos, Alyssa 9.3
North Hunterdon Pomrinca, Emily 8.9
Bars
Somerville Christopulos, Alyssa 9.35
North Hunterdon Dorr, Brianna 8.85
Beam
North Hunterdon Tostevin, Danielle 9.1
North Hunterdon Stockwell, Molly 9.075
Floor Exercise
Somerville Christopulos, Alyssa 9.45
North Hunterdon Pomrinca, Emily 9.1
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Source: Lion Athletic News2 Here’s who won our high school football awards in Week 7 Here’s who won our high school football awards in Week 7

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How many of the 43 remaining unbeaten teams in New Jersey will go undefeated?
Source: Lion Athletic News Quests for Perfection: 43 H.S. football teams remain unbeaten Quests for Perfection: 43 H.S. football teams remain unbeaten

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Gabe Volpe and David Moreira had one goal each for North Hunterdon in its 2-1 upset victory over Pingry, No. 15 in the NJ.com Top 20.

Volpe put North Hunterdon up 1-0, but Pingry’s Alexy Alin-Hvidsten tied it at 1 apiece in the first half.

Moreira scored North Hunterdon’s second goal in the second half to give them the upset win.

Edward Acosta had one assist, and Nick Fetten made three saves in net to secure the win for North Hunterdon.

Aidan Gaynor had one assist for Pingry, and Owen Wolfson made five saves in net.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (2) at Pingry (1) – Boys Soccer North Hunterdon (2) at Pingry (1) – Boys Soccer

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October 10, 2017: The New York Jets announced today that Jared Mazzetta of North Hunterdon High School in Annandale, NJ was named this week’s recipient of the New York Jets High School Coach of the Week award fueled by Gatorade. In addition, Jared will be recognized on December 24, 2017 with a certificate and an award ball at the New York Jets football game.

In its 22nd year, the Coach of the Week award is given to a coach in the Tri-State area who serves the best interests of the game through the teaching of sound football fundamentals, the motivation of young players to achieve and the promotion of youth football by way of dedication to their community, their school and their student-athletes.

Mazzetta attended Hunterdon Central High School in Flemington, NJ, where he played tight end and defensive end. During his junior and senior seasons, Hunterdon Central went 23-1 and won two state championships. After graduating in 2000, Mazzetta earned a scholarship to play at Virginia Tech. He lettered all four years and was named a captain during his senior season. Coach Mazzetta is in his fourth season as head coach and eleventh season overall with North Hunterdon High School. In addition to his coaching career, Mazzetta is in his tenth year of teaching health and physical education at North Hunterdon High School.

The North Hunterdon Lions won a thrilling 21-14 bout over the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers. The Lions scored on a 75-yard hook and lateral with under two minutes left in the game, bringing their record to 5-0 for the season.

Click HERE to review the article on the Courier News.com.

Click HERE to review the Jersey Sports Zone Tweet (HOOK +LADDER Play) for the win!

The Lions will face the Scotch Plains-Fanwood Raiders on Saturday, October 14th at 1:00pm.

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Allie Benadon had a goal with an assist and Amanda Donnelly, Jena Myers, Tara Herterich, and Stephanie Wickman eaxch added a score apiece to lead Hillsborough to a 5-0 victory over North Hunterdon in Hillsborough.

Payton Altman had two assists, Lauren Alexander added another, and Macy Brandwein made six saves for Hillborough, which led 3-0 at halftime.

Caroline Petrie made 13 saves for North Hunterdon.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (0) at Hillsborough (5) – Field Hockey North Hunterdon (0) at Hillsborough (5) – Field Hockey

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Alison Cafaro had a goal and an assist to lead North Hunterdon to a 2-0 win over Pingry in Annandale.
Alicia Giordano also scored for North Hunterdon. Alex Macce made four saves to earn the shutout.

Source: Lion Athletic News Pingry (0) at North Hunterdon (2) – Girls Soccer Pingry (0) at North Hunterdon (2) – Girls Soccer

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Players in New Jersey, the EPC and Colonial League were honored.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 See who earned our girls soccer weekly honors for Oct. 10 See who earned our girls soccer weekly honors for Oct. 10

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NORTH HUNTERDON
The Lions rebounded nicely from two straight one-goal losses with a 2-0 victory over 11th-seeded Wallkill Valley in the first round of the H/W/S. The sixth-seeded Lions (4-6) received goals from Edward Acosta and Dominick Rusillo, and Nick Fetten made one save for the team’s first shutout.

North earned the right to face third-seeded Sparta (7-3) on Saturday in the H/W/S quarterfinals.

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat boys, girls soccer update: Voorhees boys coming on Hunterdon County Democrat boys, girls soccer update: Voorhees boys coming on

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Old Tappan is atop the NJ.com Group 4 football rankings for Oct. 10 after Week 5 games.
Source: Lion Athletic News Group 4 football rankings for Oct. 10, 2017 Group 4 football rankings for Oct. 10, 2017

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No. 1 Allentown Central Catholic suffered its first regular-season loss.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Girls volleyball rankings: No unbeaten teams left standing Girls volleyball rankings: No unbeaten teams left standing

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Last week’s marquee matchup has prompted a change at the top.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Football rankings: Ladies and gentlemen, a new No. 1 Football rankings: Ladies and gentlemen, a new No. 1

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HOLMDEL — North Hunterdon followed Loveys with a 2-3-4 finish thanks to Ellie DiMarcelloChloe Gonzalez and Emily Nugent as the Lions clinched the team title with 69 points. North Hunterdon beat out West Windsor-Plainsboro SouthRandolph and Westfield to claim the trophy.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Cross Country: Hebner twins, Kingsway, North Hunterdon impress at Shore Coaches Invitational (PHOTOS) Girls Cross Country: Hebner twins, Kingsway, North Hunterdon impress at Shore Coaches Invitational (PHOTOS)

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HOLMDEL — Ray Sellaro of North Hunterdon paced the Varsity B race with a 16:16 finish. This was his fourth first-place finish in as many meets this year as Kingsway won the team title over North Hunterdon and East Brunswick with 55 points and a 3-6-8-16-22.

“I’m just really confident right now and I’m hoping I can keep that trend going so I can keep getting as many wins as possible for the team,” Sellaro said. “That’s really all that matters.”

Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Cross Country: Romero, Hart, Sellaro battle heat to top times in Shore Coaches Invitational (PHOTOS) Boys Cross Country: Romero, Hart, Sellaro battle heat to top times in Shore Coaches Invitational (PHOTOS)

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Edward Acosta had a goal with an assist and Dominick Rusillo added a score, both in the second half, to lead sixth-seeded North Hunterdon to a 2-0 victory over 11th-seeded Wallkill Valley in the second round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.
North Hunterdon advanced to the quarterfinals and will travel to Sparta on October 14th.

Source: Lion Athletic News Wallkill Valley (0) at North Hunterdon (2), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Second Round – Boys Soccer Wallkill Valley (0) at North Hunterdon (2), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Second Round – Boys Soccer

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It required a stubborn, no-quit mentality to stay in the game when Bridgewater-Raritan was dominating the line of scrimmage.

Once North Hunterdon settled into an offensive rhythm, it took a trick play to pull off one of the most dramatic victories in school history.

With precious seconds dripping off the clock late in the game, the Lions pulled off the hook-and-lateral to perfection, as quarterback Matt Busher hit Griffin Honthywith a 5-yard hitch and Honthy lateraled to Connor McMahon who sprinted 75 yards for the winning touchdown with 1:48 left in a 21-14 homecoming win over Bridgewater on Friday evening.

After a terrific Mid-State 37 Conference battle, the Lions (5-0) remained unbeaten and have matched their best start in 31 years. They also defeated Bridgewater for the first time in four years.

Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon football beats Bridgewater on late hook-and-lateral North Hunterdon football beats Bridgewater on late hook-and-lateral

Click HERE to review article #2 on NJ.com. Click HERE to review the Jersey Sports Zone Tweet (HOOK +LADDER Play) for the win! Connor McMahon takes it 75 yds to the house. N. Hunterdon beats B-Raritan 21-14 .

Click HERE to review the photo gallery on NJ.com by (Nick Scalera | For NJ Advance Media)

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GROUP 4
1-Ridge (11-0) | Last week: 12-Westfield (10-2) | Last week: 23-Hunterdon Central (7-3) | Last week: 34-North Hunterdon (10-3) | Last week: 45-Cherokee (16-0) | Last week: 56-Monroe (13-0) | Last week: 67-Princeton (17-1) | Last week: 78-Rancocas Valley (15-1) | Last week: 89-Southern (18-3) | Last week: Unranked10-Union (14-2) | Last week: 9
MORE GROUP RANKINGS
NOTE: Records are indicative of all games played and reported through …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Volleyball: Group 4 rankings for Oct. 7 Girls Volleyball: Group 4 rankings for Oct. 7

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Kristin Wolf scored two goals for third-seeded North Hunterdon in a 4-1 win over 15th-seeded Lenape Valley in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament second round in Annandale.
Alicia Giordano an Ali DeAngelis also scored for North Hunterdon, which played to a scoreless tie into halftime, and Katy Poltrack and Jacqui Netschert each had an assist. Alex Macce and Adriana Possumato …

Source: Lion Athletic News Lenape Valley (1) at North Hunterdon (4), Passaic County Tournament, First Round – Girls Soccer Lenape Valley (1) at North Hunterdon (4), Passaic County Tournament, First Round – Girls Soccer

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North Hunterdon
The Lions knocked off highly-regarded Morris Hills 50-84 while senior Ray Sellaro earned medalist honors with a 15:53.5 in the Stewart Memorial Varsity A race at Greystone. Following Sellaro for the Lions were juniors Dillon Adamy (fourth, 16:10.1) and junior Christopher Fischer (10th, 16:26.9), sophomore Gavin Richards (14th, 16:39.4) and senior Joseph Gallo 21st, 16:48.0). 

North was heading for a clash with Kingsway in the Shore Coaches Varsity B race, while Sellaro entered the meet ranked 21st among returning Holmdel runners, posting a 16:31 at the state group meet last season. 
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County cross country roundup: Voorhees boys, Romero stand out at Stewart meet Hunterdon County cross country roundup: Voorhees boys, Romero stand out at Stewart meet

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Erin Shaw scored twice to lift Voorhees, No. 10 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 6-1 win over North Hunterdon in Glen Gardner.
Sarah Matyas and Laura Chen each had a goal and an assist for Voorhees, which led 4-0 at halftime. Cassie Boyce dished out three assists, while Brooke Hyland and Lauren Kokoskie each scored in the …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (1) at Voorhees (6) – Field Hockey North Hunterdon (1) at Voorhees (6) – Field Hockey

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The first weekend in October brings with it a trio of all-Top 20 matchups with important meetings all over the state in this week’s can’t-miss football games, Oct. 6-7.
Source: Lion Athletic News Can't-miss football games: A Top 5 matchup and 27 more great Week 5 games Can't-miss football games: A Top 5 matchup and 27 more great Week 5 games

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Jonathan Wheeler scored the lone goal as Hunterdon Central, No.9 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated North Hunterdon, 1-0, in Flemington.
John Padavano got the shutout with two saves for Hunterdon Central, which had a total of seven shots and scored in the second half.
Nick Fetten made six saves for North Hunterdon.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (0) at Hunterdon Central (1) – Boys Soccer North Hunterdon (0) at Hunterdon Central (1) – Boys Soccer

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Brianna Floyd scored the lone goal off an assist from Lilliana Gemma as Hunterdon Central, No.12 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated North Hunterdon, 1-0, in Annandale.
Ava Gillikin got the shutout with two saves for Hunterdon Central, which had a total of four shots and scored in the second half.
Alex Macce made three saves for North …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central (1) at North Hunterdon (0) – Girls Soccer Hunterdon Central (1) at North Hunterdon (0) – Girls Soccer

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There were major shakeups in the statewide Group 4 football rankings for Oct. 3.
Source: Lion Athletic News Group 4 football rankings for Oct. 3, 2017 Group 4 football rankings for Oct. 3, 2017

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The North Hunterdon girls soccer team seems to have figured out that one of the best ways to stay on a winning streak is to avoid being predictable. The Lions (5-2) are currently riding a three-game winning streak which has been fueled by diverse scoring. Four girls have scored a combined six goals in the last three contests, making it …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls soccer update: Unpredictability the key to winning for North Hunterdon Hunterdon County girls soccer update: Unpredictability the key to winning for North Hunterdon

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NORTH HUNTERDON
The Lions saw their two-game winning streak and suffered its third shutout in a 1-0 loss to Phillipsburg. David Moreira and Zach Ailara led North with three and two goals, respectively.

North Hunterdon (3-5) is the sixth seed for the H/W/S and received a first round bye, so it will begin tournament play Oct. 7 against either 11-Wallkill Valley (5-3-1) or 18-Kittatinny (1-8).

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys soccer update: Padavano asserting himself in goal for Hunterdon Central Hunterdon County boys soccer update: Padavano asserting himself in goal for Hunterdon Central

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The stage is set for the biggest game of the regular season.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Football rankings: Top teams set to clash; so, who is 1 and who is 2? Football rankings: Top teams set to clash; so, who is 1 and who is 2?

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Check out the top games for the upcoming week in N.J. HS girls soccer.
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Soccer: Can't-miss games for the week of Oct. 2 Girls Soccer: Can't-miss games for the week of Oct. 2

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It includes games played on Thursday night, Friday night and Saturday.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Here are 16 statistical studs from 3-day football weekend Here are 16 statistical studs from 3-day football weekend

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