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The 2017-18 indoor track season is already under way and there are a number of Hunterdon County athletes to watch from last winter who may be turning heads around the oval and in the field events.
BOYS
HUNTERDON CENTRALSenior Jameson Woodell was a Meet of Champions qualifier in the 55 hurdles and high jump last winter. He is one of …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boyss winter track previews, 2017-18 Hunterdon County boyss winter track previews, 2017-18

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DELAWARE VALLEYSophomore Kyle Reers emerged as the heir apparent to senior Patrick Neighbour as the Terriers’ front runner for next season. Reers (22nd, 17:57.4) was Del Val’s No. 2 man…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys cross country season in review, 2017-18 Hunterdon County boys cross country season in review, 2017-18

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Paul Mulcahy recorded 24 points, seven rebounds and six assists as Gill St. Bernard’s, No. 4 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated North Hunterdon, 98-47, in Gladstone.
William Soucie followed with a 16-point, 11-rebound double-double to go along with four steals and four assists while William Yarbrough tallied 15 points, four assists and three steals. Alex Schachne finished …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (48) at Gill St. Bernard's (97) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (48) at Gill St. Bernard's (97) – Boys Basketball

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Sydnei Caldwell scored 26 points to lead No. 14 in the NJ.com Top 20 Gill St. Bernard’s to a 50-14 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Caileigh Walsh added on eight points to the win.
Source: Lion Athletic News Gill St. Bernard's (50) at North Hunterdon (14) – Girls Basketball Gill St. Bernard's (50) at North Hunterdon (14) – Girls Basketball

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HCD 2017-18 wrestling preview (Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, Voorhees, and North Hunterdon)
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Wrestling Preview, 2017-18 Hunterdon County Wrestling Preview, 2017-18

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DELAWARE VALLEY
Coach: Michael Haughey, fifth season
Last season: 17-7 (Lost to Hunterdon Central in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament quarterfinals; lost to Manasquan in the NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group 2 quarterfinals)
Outlook: Losing a player of Veronica Christ’s caliber may give some coaches the shakes, but Haughey is excited because the team possesses not only another legitimate scorer in …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat Girls Basketball team previews, 2017-18 Hunterdon County Democrat Girls Basketball team previews, 2017-18

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Take a look at the local boys and girls hoops programs in the Garden State.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 It's tipoff time in N.J. Here's the essential info on the area basketball teams It's tipoff time in N.J. Here's the essential info on the area basketball teams

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Joseph Belgan, Delaware Valley, LB/TE, Sr.A dominant two-way player, Beljan recorded a shade under 100 tackles at linebacker with four interceptions and he caught 37 passes for 386 yards with five …
Source: Lion Athletic News The All-Hunterdon County Democrat Football Team, 2017 The All-Hunterdon County Democrat Football Team, 2017

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Trailing 14-0 in the second quarter of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 title game against highly-favored Phillipsburg, a team it had lost to just over a month earlier 20-7, and not being able …
Source: Lion Athletic News The Hunterdon County Democrat football season in review, 2017 The Hunterdon County Democrat football season in review, 2017

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR: It was only fitting that Matt Busher, arguably the best player in North Hunterdon football history, would end his illustrious Lions career by leading the team to its biggest win in decades.

With Busher throwing a pair of touchdowns, including a 34-yard game-winner to Jared McMahon in the third quarter, North Hunterdon avenged a loss to Phillipsburg by taking out the Stateliners in the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 title game for the program’s first state championship since 1975.

Busher walked off the MetLife Stadium turf a state champion, having thrown for 2,433 yards and 20 touchdowns this season, his third as a starter, along with 538 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on the ground. He also averaged 34.1 yards per punt.

For his career, Busher totaled 4,870 passing yards and 39 touchdowns to go with 1,252 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns. He’s the all-time leader in passing yardage, rushing yardage for a quarterback and total yardage in Hunterdon County football history on top of owning just about every offensive record in North Hunterdon history. The Lions went 22-10 in games started by Busher, who will play baseball at Old Dominion but goes down as one of the best football players in West Jersey history.

Source: Lion Athletic News Mid-State 38 Football Player of the Year and other postseason honors, 2017 Mid-State 38 Football Player of the Year and other postseason honors, 2017

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“People ask me all the time,” said Busher, The Hunterdon County Democrat Player of the Year, who finished with a Hunterdon County record of 5,993 total yards from scrimmage. “But no, baseball is my first love, always has been. Whatever season it is, that is my my favorite sport at that moment, but I’ve never reconsidered. I thought about it a little, but it never got too far.”

Busher knows one thing. He will never forget what transpired in the fall of 2017 when second-seeded North Hunterdon capped off a magical season with a 21-20 victory over top-seeded Phillipsburg in the title game of the North 2, Group 4 championship at MetLife Stadium, avenging its only loss of the season.

“It was crazy, it’s something I will always remember,” said Busher. “It hasn’t really sunk in completely yet, all that we accomplished. It probably will when we get our rings. I can’t wait for that day because that’s going to be when it really hits me.”

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon’s Matt Busher is The Hunterdon Democrat Football Player of the Year North Hunterdon’s Matt Busher is The Hunterdon Democrat Football Player of the Year

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DELAWARE VALLEYHead coach: Mike DePaolo, 2nd season, 18-9 Assistant coachesClint Wojick (JV)Mike Miklosey (Frosh)Sean Lynch (Volunteer Varsity Assistant)Dan Brokaw (Volunteer Varsity Assistant) Con…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat boys basketball team capsules, 2017-18 Hunterdon County Democrat boys basketball team capsules, 2017-18

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DATES TO KEEPDec. 15:Opening day Jan. 13:Girls Santelli Tournament at Drew University Jan. 14:Boys Cetrulo Tournament at Drew University Jan. 12:District tournament qualifying cutoff date Jan. 27:D…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat fencing preview, dates to Keep, 2017-18 Hunterdon County Democrat fencing preview, dates to Keep, 2017-18

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Congratulations to the North Hunterdon High School Athletic Department for winning the 2017 National Interscholastic Athletic Association Quality Athletic Program Award. This is the first NJ High School to win this prestigious National Award. This is an accreditation of all the hard work the Board of Education, Administration, staff, coaches, students, parents, volunteers, etc have put forth in making North Hunterdon a great place for students to learn and grow. Pictured on the left  Richard Barton,  NIAAA President, John Deutsch, North Hunterdon Assistant Principal/Athletic Administrator and Don Bales, NIAAA Awards Chairman. Picture taken at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix Arizona on December 12, 2017. Click HERE to review the Press Release Post.

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Kristin Wolf was a major part of that surprise county championship. The 2017 Hunterdon County Democrat Player of the Year missed her freshman season with various injuries, and entered her sophomore campaign with senior sister Madeline Wolf likely sidelined for the season after having hip surgery in May.

Source: Lion Athletic News: Kristin Wolf of North Hunterdon is the Hunterdon County Democrat girls soccer Player of the Year for 2017

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Chloe Gonzalez competed in three varsity cross-country races last season as a freshman, and all three times were over 21 minutes. This fall the North Hunterdon sophomore won an individual title, ran under 18:50 twice at Holmdel Park and placed fifth in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.

“What I would tell people is, don’t do it if you don’t love it,” Gonzalez said. “All I did was, I made my goals, put in the time and dedication, listened to my coaches and trained hard. That’s it.”

That simple but effective strategy propelled Gonzalez to the front of the Lions’ pack in a season reminiscent of North Hunterdon’s glory days of the 1980s. Thanks in large part to Gonzalez’ emergence, the Lions won section, group and M of C titles for the first time since 1986 when the program won its fourth straight M of C crown. 

At the Nike Northeast Regional, held at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls, N.Y., Gonzalez placed eighth overall in 19:05 and led the Lions to first place and an automatic bid to the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Ore.

Click HERE to review the article in the HCDemocrat.com.

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Saturday – December 9th – The decision was made to cancel all athletic scrimmages, practices, picture day, etc. Please consult with your immediate coach for further information.

Click HERE to review the NJ.com cold weather survival guide. Click HERE for the weather information for Saturday, December 9, 2017.

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“Being the quarterback, essentially the leader of the offense and one of the leaders of the team, having your teammates behind you means everything. And having a swagger, having that little attitude about you, it’s really an aspect every competitor needs and should have said Busher”.

Busher’s skills go beyond his demeanor, as he has the physical talents to match his mental toughness. The senior, who also handles the punting duties, did it with his legs and his arm, setting program and Hunterdon County records along the way.

Busher finished 153-of-287 passing for 2.432 yards and 20 touchdowns this season, tossing 14 interceptions, adding 556 rushing yards and nine touchdowns. He departs as Hunterdon County’s all-time career leader in passing yards (4,879), quarterback rushing yards (1,270), and quarterback rushing touchdowns (22), breaking some of the records set by Hunterdon Central legend Tom Bill, who later played at Penn State.

“He’s just a great kid,” Mazzetta said. “He does what he’s supposed to do, he’s very respectful, he’s heavily involved in the community, he supports the other programs, and I can’t say enough about him. His character is where it needs to be and he has a bright future. He has the swagger. He walks tall in the hallways, but he’s humble. He’s confident, but a humbled young man, and he works his tail off.”

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

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Which division is your favorite Skyland Conference team playing in?
Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Basketball: Skyland Conference divisional alignments, 2017-18 Boys Basketball: Skyland Conference divisional alignments, 2017-18

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The Hunterdon Central girls swimming team have been the queens of Hunterdon County for quite some time — since 2001 to be exact.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls swimming preview, 2017-18 Hunterdon County girls swimming preview, 2017-18

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Edward Acosta, North Hunterdon, Sr. MidfieldCenter midfielder played in the last nine games due to transfer rules, but was a very dangerous attacking threat with a knack for distribution and finish…
Source: Lion Athletic News The Hunterdon Democrat All-Area Boys Soccer Team, 2017 The Hunterdon Democrat All-Area Boys Soccer Team, 2017

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DELAWARE VALLEYA lack of offense made for a trying autumn for the Terriers. After a season-opening win at South Hunterdon, Del Val struggled to score in every match and staggered to a 3-16 finish. Del Val got scored one goal or less in 17 of its 19 games. The season also halted a two-year run of making an appearance in …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Democrat Boys Soccer Season in Review, 2017 Hunterdon Democrat Boys Soccer Season in Review, 2017

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DELAWARE VALLEYSophomore Kyle Reers emerged as the heir apparent to senior Patrick Neighbour as the Terriers’ front runner for next season. Reers (22nd, 17:57.4) was Del Val’s No. 2 man…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Democrat Boys Cross-Country Season in Review, 2017 Hunterdon Democrat Boys Cross-Country Season in Review, 2017

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Sean Walsh knows well just how much work and how many positive influences need to be present in order for a program to succeed.

So when his North Hunterdon girls cross country team found itself at the top of New Jersey, winning the Meet of Champions team title, Walsh understood just how many deserved congratulations for the Lions’ success.

Walsh acknowledged his two assistant coaches in Brian Walsh, his brother, and Jeff Shanklin, as well as the Hunterdon Lions Track Club. With year-round training plus the support of the parents and the community as a whole, Walsh believes the amount of people involved in the process make the victories that much sweeter.

“There’s so many people involved,” Walsh said. “That’s the cool part about the community and the parents and the girls’ efforts and the track club efforts and the coach’s efforts. When they won the Meet of Champions, it meant so much more because so many people take pride in it and are a part of it. It makes just so much more special.”

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Cross Country: Sean Walsh of North Hunterdon is the NJ.com coach of the year Girls Cross Country: Sean Walsh of North Hunterdon is the NJ.com coach of the year

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  • Nike Northeast Regional Champions
  • New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Meet of Champions
  • New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Group IV State Champions
  • New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association North II, Group Sectional Champions
  • Skyland Conference Champions
  • Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Champions

Left to Right: Volunteer Coaches Brian Walsh and Jeff Shanklin, Chloe Gonzalez, Emily Nugent, Angela Kearsley, Alex Carlson, Brenna Talamo, Ellie DiMarcello, Carleigh Haris, Sami Kehler and Head Coach: Sean Walsh.

One of the most decorated cross country teams in the state, coming into the state championship meet tied for the most state titles with eight, the Lions had swung and miss the last two seasons at the group meet after winning the sectional title.

When North Hunterdon finally got over that hump, winning the Group 4 championship, there was almost a sigh of relief in finally accomplishing its first state title since 2000. And once the Lions finally won the state championship, there wasn’t much that could stop them.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Cross Country: North Hunterdon is the NJ.com team of the year Girls Cross Country: North Hunterdon is the NJ.com team of the year

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The girls basketball divisional alignments in the Skyland Conference this year.
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference divisional alignments, 2017-18 Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference divisional alignments, 2017-18

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Chloe Gonzalez competed in three varsity cross-country races last season as a freshman, and all three times were over 21 minutes. This fall the North Hunterdon sophomore won an individual title, ran under 18:50 twice at Holmdel Park and placed fifth in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
Her progress was so stunning, the turnaround in her performance so dramatic …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon's Chloe Gonzalez is The Hunterdon Democrat Girls Cross-Country Runner of the Year, 2017 North Hunterdon's Chloe Gonzalez is The Hunterdon Democrat Girls Cross-Country Runner of the Year, 2017

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Find out the final awards of the 2017 season for the Skyland Conference
Source: Lion Athletic News All-Skyland Conference girls soccer final rankings and postseason honors, 2017 All-Skyland Conference girls soccer final rankings and postseason honors, 2017

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GROUP 4FIRST TEAMEllie DiMarcello, North HunterdonChloe Gonzalez, North HunterdonAbby Loveys, RandolphAlexis Mullarkey, KingswayEmily Nugent, North HunterdonIsabella Turner, ShawneeChloe Wong, Hill…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Cross Country: 2017 All-Group 4 teams Girls Cross Country: 2017 All-Group 4 teams

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GROUP 4FIRST TEAMJonathan Connor, KingswayJustin Cornetta, Hunterdon CentralSameer Das, West Windsor-Plainsboro SouthJoe Grandizio, KingswayWill Hare, PrincetonAcasio Pinheiro, PrincetonRay Sellaro…
Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Cross Country: 2017 All-Group 4 teams Boys Cross Country: 2017 All-Group 4 teams

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Congratulations to the Lady Lions Competitive Cheerleading team for taking Silver in the Large Division at the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Championship on Sunday, December 2nd.

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Congratulations to the Lady Lion Cross Country team for taking 21st at the 2017 Nike Cross Nationals.

  • Chloe Gonzalez placed 94th with a time of 19:15:8
  • Emily Nugent placed 111th with a time of 19:34:6
  • Ellie Dimarcello place 134th with a time of 19:56:1
  • Brenna Talamo placed 172nd with a time of 20:34:9
  • Alex Carlson placed 183rd with a time of 20:47:8
  • Sami Kehler placed 192nd with a time of 21:08:0
  • Angela Kearsley placed 195th with a time of 21:23:5

Click HERE to review all the results on Flotrack.org.

Source: Lion Athletic News Cross Country: Christian Brothers finishes seventh at Nike Cross Nationals Cross Country: Christian Brothers finishes seventh at Nike Cross Nationals

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The NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 title game game started in about the sloppiest and most bizarre fashion possible, with three straight turnovers, four in the first five plays and then a 94-yard touchdown. 

And somehow, the game had an even crazier ending.

North Hunterdon overcame turnovers and a long Phillipsburg touchdown early with quarterback Matt Busher and wide receiver Jared McMahon connecting for a slew of incredible passes to come from behind in a 21-20 victory at MetLife Stadium on Saturday for the second state title in program history and the first since 1975.

​NORTH HUNTERDON (11-1) 0-7-14-0 — 21

PHILLIPSBURG (10-2) 7-7-0-6 — 20
SCORING PLAYS:
P – Morro 94 pass from Staggard (Oertel kick)
P –Walker-Sutton 1 run (Oertel kick)
NH – Honthy 12 pass from Busher (Spies kick)
NH – Wain 3 run (Spies kick)
NH – J. McMahon 34 pass from Busher (Spies kick)
P – Stagaard 24 run (kick failed)
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS:
RUSHING: NH—Busher 11-43, Wain 21-94, Honthy 1-10; P—Walker-Sutton 16-71, Staggard 5-50, Morro 1-(-4), Salahuddin 6-14.
PASSING: NH—Busher 18-35-2-3-240, Wain 0-1-0-0-0; P—Staggard 6-16-1-0-188.
RECEIVING: NH—C. McMahon 3-13, Honthy 7-81, J. McMahon 5-120, Ingenito 2-44, Wain 1-21; P—Morro 3-136, Boothman 1-22, Poremba 2-30.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon tops Phillipsburg for N2G4 crown in a thriller North Hunterdon tops Phillipsburg for N2G4 crown in a thriller

Click below to review other articles by NJ.com, Courier News and Lehighvalleylive.com.

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NORTH HUNTERDON (19-7)
Despite going from 21 wins last season to 19 this fall, North Hunterdon was able to put together another terrific season.
Coach Kirk Hissner had to get his squad ready to go from the beginning after losing Sarah Jennison and Sara Gallo, two of the team’s top hitters, to graduation and the team had plenty of girls …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls volleyball season in review, 2017 Hunterdon County girls volleyball season in review, 2017

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A look at the Hunterdon County boys swim teams heading into the 2017-18 season.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat boys swimming preview, 2017-18 Hunterdon County Democrat boys swimming preview, 2017-18

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Dr-Spencer-MOA On Friday, December 8, 2017 all North Hunterdon High School winter athletes will have the opportunity to attend a presentation in the theatre through the Lions Leadership Academy. Please click on the links below for the Principal’s letter and Mind of the Athlete website.

Principal’s-Mind-of-the-Athlete-Lions-Leadership-Academy-11-29-17

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Important Rules and Information:

  • Tickets are to be purchased at Met Life Stadium – CASH ONLY (Credit Cards not Accepted): $9 for adults, $3 for students and senior citizens.  Ticket window will be open at 9:00am on Saturday. Ticket is good for the day so you can stay for all football games on that day.  If you leave and come back, you will have to purchase another ticket.
    • Fans are advised to arrive at least one hour before game time when their team is the second or third game of the day (North Hunterdon game begins at 1:00pm).
  • Parking is $12.  Parking lot will open at 8:00am on Saturday. NJ State Police will be patrolling the parking lot.
  • North Hunterdon is considered the visiting team and will be on the west side of stadium.
  • No alcoholic beverages/illegal substances. NJSIAA procedures and pertinent statutes to be strictly enforced.
  • Tailgating is allowed, but no alcoholic beverages/illegal substances.
  • No cans, bottles or containers are to be brought into Met Life Stadium.
  • No banners, streamers, powder or other such decorative material.
  • Solicitations. sale of publications/products or similar activities are not permitted without prior authorization from Met Life Stadium.
  • Fans should NOT bring bags, backpacks, briefcases, umbrellas or similar items into the stadium. All items brought into the stadium will be inspected. Any bags brought into the stadium must be a clear bag (click here for specifics).
  • Stadium regulations prohibit bottles, cans, alcoholic beverages, coolers, whistles and balls, or any other items deemed unacceptable by stadium management from being brought into the facility.
  • Posters, flags, noise-making devices, pointed objects, laser pointers, air horns, poles, fireworks, weapons, powder, and balloons are NOT permitted.  No mechanical noise-making devices will be permitted. 
  • Students are not allowed to throw anything out from the stands during the game such as flour, confetti, etc. Students will be removed from the stadium if there are any violators of this rule by MetLife security.
  • No spectators are allowed on the field at the conclusion of the game. 

To all our fans, please display good sportsmanship while at the game. Please cheer for our team, not against the opposing team, coaches or officials. Per NJSIAA, any person who engages in any verbal, written or physical conduct related to race, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or religion will not be tolerated, could subject the violator to ejection, and may result in penalties assessed against the team. In addition, reports of such violations will be forwarded to the NJ Division of Civil Rights.

Click HERE to review more information about the Football Sectional Championship.

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The Lions have won one sectional title in their history, but their senior quarterback and his classmates can make it two against Phillipsburg Saturday.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Busher's proven leadership sparking North Hunterdon football championship bid Busher's proven leadership sparking North Hunterdon football championship bid

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North Hunterdon and Voorhees have a long history together, so it’s only fitting they will have a chance to win sectional titles on the same field in a matter of hours. Located 6.6 miles from each o…
Source: Lion Athletic News Voorhees, North Hunterdon football shooting for sectional titles; playoff history Voorhees, North Hunterdon football shooting for sectional titles; playoff history

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The North Hunterdon girls cross country team left their mark at Bowdoin Park in New York, winning the girls championship team.

A week after their first Meet of Champions team title since 1986, the Lions went 4-9-17-46-61 with top-20 finishes from Chloe Gonzalez (eighth, 19:04.5) and Emily Nugent (20th, 19:32.7). Ellie DiMarcello placed 33rd in 19:59.9 as Angela Kearsley (67th, 20:41.4), Samantha Kehler (87th, 20:57.1), Brenna Talamo (99th, 21:04.8) and Alexandra Carlson (137th, 21:37) rounded out the top seven runners for the Lions.

Source: Lion Athletic News Cross Country: Voorhees’ Romero, North Hunterdon girls crowned regional champs at Nike Cross Nationals Northeast Regionals Cross Country: Voorhees’ Romero, North Hunterdon girls crowned regional champs at Nike Cross Nationals Northeast Regionals

Click HERE to review the results on NYMilesplit.com.

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NJSIAA Football Sectional Championship:

The North Hunterdon vs Phillipsburg North 2 Group 4 Sectional Football Championship will be at MetLife Stadium on December 2nd at 1:00pm.

Note: The North 2 Group 3 Sectional Football Championship between Voorhees and West Essex will be 10:00am. 

Click HERE to review the NJSIAA Press release.

Click HERE to review the Met-Life Press Release.

Ticket prices for all games at MetLife Stadium are CASH ONLY (Credit Cards not Accepted): $9 for adults, $3 for students/senior citizens. Parking is $12. One daily admission ticket allows the purchaser to see all games on that day/night. Any fans leaving the Stadium will have to pay a second admission to return (no pass-outs).

North Hunterdon Student Fan Bus Information:

  • Click HERE to download the Student Fan Bus form. The $10 bus fee must be with the completed form.
  • Students will need to bring $3 to Met-Life stadium for game admission.
  • The fan bus will leave school from the Main Gym Court Yard on Saturday 12/2/17 at approximately: 10:30 a.m. for Met-Life Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ and return at approximately: 5:30 p.m. Please be on time to pick up your son or daughter.
  • The Deadline to return the Form to the Activities Office is Tuesday, November 28th by Noon.

Other Information:

  • Click HERE to review directions to Met-Life Stadium. Food and drink must be provided by your son\daughter or purchased at the stadium. Bags will be checked by chaperones and Met-Life security. Students are responsible for cleanup.
  • Click HERE to review the Tailgating-Parking Policy.
  • Click HERE to review the UBER Zone Information.
  • No Noisemakers are allowed including Cow-Bells. 
  • Umbrellas WILL be permitted throughout the weekend.
  • No banners, flags or signs are allowed.
  • Students are not allowed to throw anything out from the stands during the game such as flour, confetti, etc. Students will be removed from the stadium if there are any violators of this rule by MetLife security.
  • Seating will be in the Lower Tier West Side – 100 Level (134-143). Parking for North fans will be in Lot G. Click HERE to review the Met-Life 100 Level.
  • Championship Webcast: 103.5 KTU www.njir.net, will be webcasting LIVE the game from Met Life on Saturday
  • Metlife “what you need to know Link”: http://www.metlifestadium.com/mediawall/lists/info-news-alerts/2017-njsiaa-high-school-football-championships—what-you-need-to-know#.WiFiqOvv1EI.facebook

If you cannot make the game, it will be available to watch on NJ.com when the game starts at 1:05pm:

http://highschoolsports.nj.com/news/article/-3416773506396678667/2017-football-finals-live-video-updates-results-and-links-from-championship-weekend/

North 2, Group 4, 1 p.m. at MetLife Stadium
No. 15 Phillipsburg vs. No. 16 North Hunterdon
•  LIVE VIDEO and fan chat
•  Photo gallery
• Game recap
• Stars of the game
• Box score
• Full coverage

Note: Information will be added to this post as we get it.

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Girls tennis review for North Hunterdon, Hunterdon Central, and Voorhees
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls tennis season in review, 2017 Hunterdon County girls tennis season in review, 2017

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