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Jake Moss led the way for Pingry, No. 17 in the NJ.com Top 20, with three goals in its 9-4 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
George Enman added two goals for Pingry, which outscored North Hunterdon 3-1 in the second quarter and 2-0 in the third quarter to break a 1-1 tie. Spencer Duryee chipped in with one …
Source: Lion Athletic News Pingry (9) at North Hunterdon (4) – Boys Lacrosse Pingry (9) at North Hunterdon (4) – Boys Lacrosse

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The Skyland Conference Boys Golf Tournament Championship is set for Wednesday at the Royce Brook Golf Club in Clinton, but before that happens, North Hunterdon and Hunterdon Central have some business to transact on Monday.
On that day, the North Hunterdon Lions will put their 11-0 mark on the line against Skyland Conference rival Hunterdon Central (6-1) on their home …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Golf: Unbeaten North Hunterdon shooting the lights out Hunterdon County Golf: Unbeaten North Hunterdon shooting the lights out

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Alex Lahey went 3-for-4 with two RBI to help lift Phillipsburg to a 9-8 victory over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Tied 8-8 in the top of the seventh inning, Phillipsburg scored the winning run when Garrett Dupont hit an infield single and then stole second. Zachary Troxell then hit a single to put Dupont on third, with pinch runner Frank …

Source: Lion Athletic News Phillipsburg (9) at North Hunterdon (8) – Baseball Phillipsburg (9) at North Hunterdon (8) – Baseball

Source: Lion Athletic News2 In wild finish, Phillipsburg baseball snags ‘enormous’ win vs. North Hunterdon In wild finish, Phillipsburg baseball snags ‘enormous’ win vs. North Hunterdon

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Meghan Graham went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI to lead North Hunterdon to a 2-1 nine-inning win over Phillipsburg in Phillipsburg.
Maggie Swan gave up one run on four hits, struck out 14, and walked one over nine innings to earn the win.
Ashley Griesmeyer went 2-for-3 for Phillipsburg. Masha Corbett gave up two runs on seven …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (2) at Phillipsburg (1) – Softball North Hunterdon (2) at Phillipsburg (1) – Softball

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North’s foursome of senior Anna DiMarcello, sophomore Gabrielle Beneducci, senior Kelley McCarten and sophomore Elena DiMarcello finished fourth in the Championship of America race on a perfect late afternoon for distance running in a time of 11 minutes, 58.33 seconds. The race was won by North Rockland (N.Y.) in 11:45.11.

The Lions entered the race seeded second to Patriot (Va.) which was second in 11:51.46 with Padua (Del.) Academy third in 11:52.11. That may have weighed on North Hunterdon a bit.

Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon girls happy if not thrilled with Penn Relays DMR North Hunterdon girls happy if not thrilled with Penn Relays DMR 

Source: Lion Athletic News Penn Relays: North Hunterdon distance medley takes 4th, breaks target time Penn Relays: North Hunterdon distance medley takes 4th, breaks target time

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Connor McMahon scored a game-high five goals and had one assist as North Hunterdon defeated Princeton, 11-7, in Annandale.

Jared McMahon had two goals and two assists while Sean McQuade and Rob Scimeca had two goals and one assist apiece for North Hunterdon, which had a total of 35 shots and outscored its opponent, 3-1, in the second quarter to take a 6-3 lead. Bobby Brennan netted one goal and Randy Ryan recorded 11 saves.

Source: Lion Athletic News Princeton (7) at North Hunterdon (11) – Boys Lacrosse Princeton (7) at North Hunterdon (11) – Boys Lacrosse

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Ally Mastroianni scored five goals to lead Bridgewater-Raritan, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 17-5 victory over North Hunterdon in Bridgewater.
Kirsten Murphy scored four goals and dished two assists, Hannah Hollingsworth had a goal and four assists, Tai Jankowski scored two goals and finished with two assists and Tristin Konen chipped in with three goals …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (5) at Bridgewater-Raritan (17) – Girls Lacrosse North Hunterdon (5) at Bridgewater-Raritan (17) – Girls Lacrosse

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Which teams make up the Skyland’s top 10 to this point in the season?
Source: Lion Athletic News Skyland Conference baseball rankings for April 26 Skyland Conference baseball rankings for April 26

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Connor McMahon tallied four goals and four assists to lead North Hunterdon to a 11-3 win over Voorhees in Glen Gardner.
Jared McMahon added on two goals and three assists to North Hunterdon’s win, while Sean McQuade contributed two goals.
Randy Ryan stopped seven shots in net for North Hunterdon.
Alex Hufford scored two goals for Voorhees, while Logan …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (11) at Voorhees (3) – Boys Lacrosse North Hunterdon (11) at Voorhees (3) – Boys Lacrosse

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HUNTERDON WARREN COUNTY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD – Given by the Hunterdon-Warren County Athletic Association to a male and female representative of North Hunterdon High School for scholastic and athletic achievement.  The Hunterdon/Warren scholar athletes from North Hunterdon are:

Skyler Farrand – received varsity letters in Volleyball, Cross Country, Winter Track and Spring Track & Field.

Joe Steitz – received varsity letters in Soccer and Lacrosse.

Twenty scholar-athletes and two scholarship winners were honored in Phillipsburg on Tuesday.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Hunterdon/Warren recognizes its 2017 scholar-athletes (PHOTOS) Hunterdon/Warren recognizes its 2017 scholar-athletes (PHOTOS) on LehighValleyLive.com.

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The season is in full swing now and NJ.com’s conference player polls are underway. This Tuesday, we’re looking at the top assist leadersfrom around the state. As part of this installment of positio…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Lacrosse: VOTE for the top assist leader in the Skyland Conference Girls Lacrosse: VOTE for the top assist leader in the Skyland Conference

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Jack Kennedy struck out seven and walked one in five innings to lead North Hunterdon to an 11-5 win over Franklin in Annandale.
Grant Sible, Dean Severini, John Macce, Billy Russo, and Matt Busher all tallied two hits to contribute to North Hunterdon’s win.
Rafael Duran went 2-for-3 with two RBI for Franklin.
Source: Lion Athletic News Franklin (5) at North Hunterdon (11) – Baseball Franklin (5) at North Hunterdon (11) – Baseball

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Kady Johnson went 2-for-4 with a double, four RBI, and three runs for North Hunterdon in a 21-1 win over Franklin in Somerset.
Emily Radican had two doubles, three RBI, and four runs for North Hunterdon. Erin Provines went 2-for-2 with three RBI in the win.
Molly Swayne went 2-for-2 with an RBI for Franklin.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (21) at Franklin (1) – Softball North Hunterdon (21) at Franklin (1) – Softball

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North Hunterdon won the team title, with a score of 222 in the four-play, three-score event. The team is currently undefeated this season with a 9-0 record.

Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Golf: North Hunterdon wins High Bridge Hills Tournament; Morristown’s O’Neill wins individual title Boys Golf: North Hunterdon wins High Bridge Hills Tournament; Morristown’s O’Neill wins individual title

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SKYLAND CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD – Given by the Skyland Conference to a male and female athlete representative of scholastic and academic achievement at North Hunterdon High School. The Skyland Conference Scholar Athletes from North Hunterdon are:

Nicole Perez – received varsity letters in Field Hockey and Girls Lacrosse.
Cole Marra – received varsity letters in Boys Soccer and Wrestling.

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GIRLS LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Nicole Perez, North Hunterdon

The senior attack is no stranger to big scoring totals, but she outdid herself with a career-high 10 goals in a 15-8 victory over Somerville.

Perez tallied a total of 24 goals as the Lions went 2-2 in a four-game stretch against the Pioneers (W), Morristown (L), Hunterdon Central (L) and Watchung Hills (W).
Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon’s Perez is lehighvalleylive Girls Lacrosse Player of the Week North Hunterdon’s Perez is lehighvalleylive Girls Lacrosse Player of the Week

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Ryan Ruscansky threw a four-hitter for North Hunterdon in a 3-0 win over Edison 3-0 at North Brunswick Community Park.
Matt Busher had two hits and scored a run for North Hunterdon, which scored once in the first inning and added two more runs in the seventh.
Mike Barbato and Frank Vega had two hits each to lead Edison at …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (3) at Edison (0) – Baseball North Hunterdon (3) at Edison (0) – Baseball

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Ryan McHugh, Chris Clintock and Gavin DeFuria scored a goal apiece to lead Watchung Hills over North Hunterdon, 5-4, in Annandale.
Brendan Dreyer and T.J. Pecoraro added a goal apiece while goalkeeper Ryan Trimble made seven saves for Watchung Hills, which took 19 shots as a team.
Connor McMahon scored twice while Jason Chioda and Bobby Brennan added a …
Source: Lion Athletic News Watchung Hills (5) at North Hunterdon (4) – Boys Lacrosse Watchung Hills (5) at North Hunterdon (4) – Boys Lacrosse

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Hunterdon Central secured a 4-2 win in the H/W/S Tournament second round on Saturday.
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central grabs 9-inning win over North Hunterdon in H/W/S Tournament Hunterdon Central grabs 9-inning win over North Hunterdon in H/W/S Tournament

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WATCHUNG — Physicality and a slim margin for error highlighted a closely-contested battle on the turf fields at Watchung Hills.
North Hunterdon never fully took control of the game but was able to hold off Watchung Hills long enough to secure a 13-12 victory Saturday morning that tested the patience of both sides.
“You keep chomping away at that and hopefully …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Lacrosse: North Hunterdon keeps its distance in close win over Watchung Hills Girls Lacrosse: North Hunterdon keeps its distance in close win over Watchung Hills

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North Hunterdon looks to keep up with the top of the Skyland Conference, Raritan Conference as it takes on Watchung Hills at 10 a.m. NJ.com will have live updates and full coverage from Watchung.Fo…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Lacrosse: LIVE UPDATES from North Hunterdon at Watchung Hills, 10 Girls Lacrosse: LIVE UPDATES from North Hunterdon at Watchung Hills, 10

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Updates and analysis from the field on Saturday.
Source: Lion Athletic News LIVE UPDATES: HWS Baseball – Hunterdon Central at North Hunterdon, Saturday at 1 p.m. LIVE UPDATES: Hunterdon Central at North Hunterdon, Saturday at 1 p.m.

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Hunterdon Central vs. North Hunterdon is one of the hottest, most natural rivalries in the state — in all sports. It’s particularly special in baseball since both programs have had such rich tradi…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County baseball notebook: The Hunterdon Central vs. North Hunterdon rivalry continues Hunterdon County baseball notebook: The Hunterdon Central vs. North Hunterdon rivalry continues

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It is never too late to get off to a good start. That may sound like something uttered by the great Yogi Berra, the undisputed king of witticisms, but yet the phrase rings true for the Delaware Val…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County softball notebook: Delaware Valley has gone from rags to riches Hunterdon County softball notebook: Delaware Valley has gone from rags to riches

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The first team is a set of five to build a program around.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 2017 lehighvalleylive All-Area Girls Basketball Team 2017 lehighvalleylive All-Area Girls Basketball Team

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Lauren Shaw had four goals and two assists for Hunterdon Central, No. 20 in the NJ.com Top 20, in a 16-9 win over North Hunterdon in Flemington.
Brittany Bill, Gabby Jones and Brynn Winiarski each added three goals for Hunterdon Central, which led 9-7 at halftime, and Catie Perkins had two goals and Maggie Bixby had one. Jenna Van …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (9) at Hunterdon Central (16) – Girls Lacrosse North Hunterdon (9) at Hunterdon Central (16) – Girls Lacrosse

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Meghan Graham led the way for North Hunterdon going 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI in its 11-6 victory over Allentown in Allentown.

Maria Newsome went 3-for-3 with two RBI for North Hunterdon, which scored four runs in the fourth inning after trailing 3-1. Megan Hanily had two doubles and one RBI in the victory and Jessica Nolan finished 2-for-4 with one RBI. Maggie Swan struck out 11 and walked one over six innings in the circle.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (11) at Allentown (6) – Softball North Hunterdon (11) at Allentown (6) – Softball

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Kyle Johnson scored two goals and had three assists as Hunterdon Central, No. 18 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated North Hunterdon, 10-6, in Annandale.
Dylan McKenna had two goals and two assists while Sean Parker netted three goals for Hunterdon Central, which had a total of 24 shots and outscored its opponent, 4-2, in the second and third …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central (10) at North Hunterdon (6) – Boys Lacrosse Hunterdon Central (10) at North Hunterdon (6) – Boys Lacrosse

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Jack Kennedy pitched four innings, allowing no runs and two hits while striking out five and walking one to lead sixth-seeded and defending champion North Hunterdon to a 15-0 victory over 19th-seeded Hopatcong in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament in Annandale.

Matt Wagner went 3-for-4 and knocked in three runs for North Hunterdon. A 10-run fourth inning broke open the game for North Hunterdon. The highlight of the inning was Mike Vallario’s triple. Billy Russo, Dean Severini and John Macce all had singles in the fourth.

North Hunterdon will host 11th-seeded Hunterdon Central in the second round on Saturday

Source: Lion Athletic News Hopatcong (0) at North Hunterdon (15), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Baseball

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Peyton Schnackenberg struck out 10 while walking six in a four-hitter to lead Montgomery, No. 15 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 4-0 win over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Tori Ferraiolo and Kylie Karsay both tallied two hits and two RBI for Montgomery while Julia Loffredo hit a single and a double.
Source: Lion Athletic News Montgomery (4) at North Hunterdon (0) – Softball Montgomery (4) at North Hunterdon (0) – Softball

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Phillipsburg and Voorhees have earned two of the top four seeds along with double byes.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Here are the 2017 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex baseball brackets Here are the 2017 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex baseball brackets

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The season is in full swing now and NJ.com’s conference player polls are underway. This Tuesday, we’re looking at the top goalkeepers from around the state.
As part of this first installment of position-by-position polls for girls lacrosse, NJ.com wants to know who you think is the top keeper in the Skyland Conference. This poll will come to …
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Lacrosse: VOTE for the top goalkeeper in the Skyland Conference Girls Lacrosse: VOTE for the top goalkeeper in the Skyland Conference

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See who made the 1st, 2nd and 3rd-team selections as well as the honorable-mention picks.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 2017 lehighvalleylive All-Area Boys Swimming and Diving Team 2017 lehighvalleylive All-Area Boys Swimming and Diving Team

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Callie Sundin scored four goals and had three assists as Morristown, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, defeated North Hunterdon, 13-5, in Annandale.
Annika Begley had four goals and two assists while Nicole Ferrara had three goals and one assist for Morristown, which had a total of 20 shots and outscored its opponent, 12-3, in the first half …
Source: Lion Athletic News Morristown (13) at North Hunterdon (5) – Girls Lacrosse Morristown (13) at North Hunterdon (5) – Girls Lacrosse

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LION-COUNTRY-PAPERWORK

Click HERE for the North Hunterdon HS Summer Sports Camps 2017.

Click HERE for the North Hunterdon HS Athletic Medical Forms.

Click HERE for the Tentative Fall Sport Practice dates 2017-2018.

Click HERE for the Physical and Parent Permission Dates for 2017-2018 Fall Sports.

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

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 Andrew Cuthill, Matt Roskoski, Matt Wagner and Grant Sible collected two hits apiece while Sible and Matt Busher go yard to lead North Hunterdon over Metuchon 9-4 in Annandale. Matt Busher had 3 RBI’s and Andrew Cuthill drove in 2.

Jack Kennedy pitched 4 innings and giving up only 1 earned run for his first win of the season.

Source: Lion Athletic News Metuchen (4) at North Hunterdon (9) – Baseball

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Maggie Swan pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and no walks to lead North Hunterdon to a 8-0 victory over Lodi Immaculate in Annandale.
Meghan Graham hit a home run and finished with two RBI for North Hunterdon. Jessica Nolan and Swan chipped in two RBI apiece.
Angela Lignelli went 2-for-3 for Lodi Immaculate.
Source: Lion Athletic News Lodi Immaculate (0) at North Hunterdon (8) – Softball Lodi Immaculate (0) at North Hunterdon (8) – Softball

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North Hunterdon 8, Somerville 4: Rob Scimeca led North Hunterdon (3-5) with four goals. Jared McMahon finished with a hat trick and one assist. Sean McQuade recorded one goal, one assist and eight ground balls. Bobby Brennan also scored. Randy Ryan made 10 saves. For Somerville (3-5), Ryan Pedrani scored twice. Sean Kunz and Marco Pigna also scored

Source: Lion Athletic News Somerville (4) at North Hunterdon (8) – Boys Lacrosse Somerville (4) at North Hunterdon (8) – Boys Lacrosse

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North Hunterdon 15, Somerville 8: Nicole Perez scored Ten goals and Maeve Green chimed in with three goals as North Hunterdon improved to 4-3. Katie Fullowan and Samantha VanBelle also scored for the Lions. Camryn Rogers scored four goals and Kylee Garcia added two goals and an assist for Somerville (3-4)

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (15) at Somerville (8) – Girls Lacrosse North Hunterdon (15) at Somerville (8) – Girls Lacrosse

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