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Congratulations to the North Girls Indoor Track team for getting 3 State Place Winners in the top 6 at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions. Ellie DiMarcello 4th in mile – 5:01.  Chloe Gonzalez 6th in mile – 5:02.  Emily Nugent 8th in 2 Mile – 11:01.

Click HERE to review all the North results on NJMilesplit.com.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Indoor Track: Middletown South’s Brand pushes away doubt, wins 1600m MoC gold Girls Indoor Track: Middletown South’s Brand pushes away doubt, wins 1600m MoC gold

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NJSIAA Boys-Girls Fencing Squad Tournament. Boys 2/24/18 9am and Girls 2/25/18 at 9am at North Hunterdon HS

  • CLICK HERE FOR THE BOYS LIVE RESULTS 2-24-18:
  • CLICK HERE FOR THE GIRLS LIVE RESULTS 2-25-18:

 

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Rich Bevensee | For NJ Advance Media

North Hunterdon (16-11) was led by DelSantro with 14 points and Woolhouse, who battled Hopkins all night and finished with 12 points, 18 rebounds and four blocks. Xander Braun added nine boards.

North reached the final for the first time since 2011 when it defeated Vernon for the title. The Lions have lost their last five meetings with Pope John in this tri-county event.

“No. 13 killed us with that and-one right after we tied the game in overtime. That was tough,” DelSantro said. “We have a state game against Ridge coming up so we’ll take all the good things we did into that game. Our biggest thing was our energy. We had energy all four quarters and overtime and that’s all coach (Kyle Rehrig) asks for. Tonight was different. Other games we’ve taken a quarter off but tonight we played hard the entire game.”

Source: Lion Athletic News Pope John (69) at North Hunterdon (63), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Final Round – Boys Basketball Pope John (69) at North Hunterdon (63), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Final Round – Boys Basketball

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Congratulations to the Vikings of Voorhees for defeating the Lions of North Hunterdon 59-29 in the Unified Sports Basketball game hosted by Voorhees High School today.

The Vikings were led by the dominating sharp shooting play of Daniel (Battleship ) Jordan who scored 19 points and grabbed 5 rebounds. Other Viking contributors were: Bruce Fujihuara 16 points and 7 rebounds; Will Layfield 14 points and 3 rebounds; William Lyons 8 points and Jacob Sawyer 2 points.

The Lions were led by Katie (Stealth Bomber) Higgins who scored 18 points and hauled in 6 rebounds. Other Lion contributors were: Hannah Walsh 7 points and 1 rebound; Jacob Castagno 4 points and 2 rebounds.

The Vikings next basketball game will be on March 11th at Ridge HS and the Lions will travel to Arthur L Johnson HS on March 1st. Good Luck to both teams!

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A bracket-by-bracket preview of the boys basketball state tournament in 2018.
Source: Lion Athletic News Complete preview of all 20 sections for the 2018 boys basketball state tournament Complete preview of all 20 sections for the 2018 boys basketball state tournament

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A 13-point performance by Sydney Collins helped power Voorhees to a 41-34 victory over North Hunterdon, in Glen Gardner.
Coly Gavornik added 11 points for Voorhees. Bella Cafaro had five points.
Emily Cuthill scored 12 points for North Hunterdon. Maria Newsome finished with 10 points.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (34) at Voorhees (41) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (34) at Voorhees (41) – Girls Basketball

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With its NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 tournament opening-round game just a week away, North Hunterdon senior forward Paul Woolhouse is heating up his game at just the right time.
After reaching double figures in three of the team’s first 13 games, Woolhouse has scored 10 or more points in six of the Lions’ last nine games and …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys basketball: North Hunterdon's Woolhouse heating up at right time Hunterdon County boys basketball: North Hunterdon's Woolhouse heating up at right time

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Wade Albore drained five 3-pointers and Joey Capone made four as the two finished with 20 and 16 points respectively in Voorhees’ 79-64 win over North Hunterdon in Glen Gardner.
Eric Schroeter made three more triples in the contest and tallied 15 points while Tim Gallagher had 10 points for Voorhees, which led 44-37 at the half. The Vikings made …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (64) at Voorhees (79) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (64) at Voorhees (79) – Boys Basketball

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Wes Reinagel dropped a game high 23 points for North Hunterdon in its 87-82 double overtime win over Warren Hills in Washington.
Michael DelSantro added 20 points in the win, while Paul Woolhouse grabbed a team high 13 rebounds. Xander Braun added a dozen points. The first overtime ended with each team scoring nine points, but North Hunterdon outscored Warren …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (87) at Warren Hills (82) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (87) at Warren Hills (82) – Boys Basketball

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Nicole Mallard scored from inside the paint with under two seconds remaining to give Warren Hills the win over North Hunterdon, 50-48, in Annandale.
Mallard finished with team highs of 13 points and 10 rebounds while Devyn Gara added nine points, four assists and five steals for Warren Hills, which trailed by 11 at the half.
Warren Hills completely turned …
Source: Lion Athletic News Warren Hills (50) at North Hunterdon (48) – Girls Basketball Warren Hills (50) at North Hunterdon (48) – Girls Basketball

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The Liners and Lions square off in a Unified Bowling event hosted by Phillipsburg High school at Warren Lanes. The advisors and kids are having fun bonding. Thank you Liners! 🎳

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drjarrodOn Friday, March 9, 2018 all North Hunterdon High School Spring 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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DavetheRaveBDAY2014“Dave the Rave” Robbins 72nd Birthday Celebration!! Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and sponsored by the North Hunterdon Booster Club.

Dave the Rave in Action

During the extended halftime of the 7pm Varsity Girls game against Warren Hills, Dave will be shooting his famous half court shots, we will sing to him and cupcakes will be passed out to all who are celebrating with us. We will try to get the crowd to sing “Happy Birthday” to him when halftime begins.

We will have a 50/50 and an additional money collection which will be donated to the Special Olympics in Dave’s honor. Dave has received over 100 Special Olympics medals in several events including, basketball and golf.

Through the years, Dave has become an icon at North Hunterdon-everyone knows Dave the Rave. The Lions can always count on his constant, unwavering support.

Thanks to Joanne and the NHHS Booster Club 🙂

 

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Congratulations to the North Hunterdon Wrestlers for winning the NJSIAA District 15 Championship. Andrew Gapas (138), Michael Wilson (145), Tucker Kirchberger (152) and William Hughes (160) took home Gold. Connor Robinson (106) and Frank Diesso (113) Took Silver.

Click HERE for all the results on MyCentralJersey.com.

Competing in the Region 4 Wrestling Tournament at Union H.S. will be Connor Robinson (106), Frank Diesso (113), Drew Doscher (120), Evan Klimas (126), Andrew Gapas (138), Michael Wilson (145), Tucker Kirchberger (152), William Hughes (160) and Nathaniel Fosset (182).

Click HERE to review all the Region 4 Qualifiers on MyCentralJersey.com.

Click HERE to review the article on NJ.com.

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

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Congratulations to the Lady Lion Indoor Track team for taking Silver at the NJSIAA Group Indoor Track Championship. Ellie DiMarcello took silver in the 1600m run; Chloe Gonzalez took Bronze in the 1600m run; Emily Nugent took silver in the 3200m run. Jill Paciga took 4th and Emma Mikitiuk took 19th in the 55m hurdles.

Randolph finished with 29 team points in a tightly-contested race at the top of the team standings. The Rams were able to hold off three other teams with 20 or more points in North Hunterdon (26), South Brunswick (24) and Egg Harbor Township (20) with Sayreville (18), Rancocas Valley (16) and Ridge (16) all in position to grab a top spot as well.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Winter Track: Randolph earns first indoor state title in program history (PHOTOS) Girls Winter Track: Randolph earns first indoor state title in program history (PHOTOS)

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Paul Woolhouse scored a game-high 20 points with 10 rebounds, Wes Reinagel added 16 points and Michael DelSantro chipped in with 14 points and four blocks to lead sixth-seeded North Hunterdon to a 79-65 victory over seventh-seeded Voorhees in the semifinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament at Warren Hills HS.

North Hunterdon advanced to the final on Friday against eighth-seeded Pope John at 7 p.m. at Sparta High School. The Lions have now won four games in a row and eight of their last nine.

Source: Lion Athletic News Voorhees (65) at North Hunterdon (79) – Boys Basketball Voorhees (65) at North Hunterdon (79) – Boys Basketball

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The Colonial League and EPC championships are Friday night.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Where the boys basketball rankings stand before they give out gold Where the boys basketball rankings stand before they give out gold

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Christina Cernuto dropped 18 points for Somerville in its 43-38 win over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Emily Markowski added 11 points in the win.
Aniya Stevenson led North Hunterdon with 17 points.
Source: Lion Athletic News Somerville (43) at North Hunterdon (38) – Girls Basketball Somerville (43) at North Hunterdon (38) – Girls Basketball

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Michael DelSantro put up 14 points and added three steals to help lead North Hunterdon to a 66-48 win over Roxbury in Roxbury.
Wes Reinagel collected 12 points in the win, while Paul Woolhouse and Nick Guasta recorded 10 apiece and combined for 13 rebounds. North Hunterdon came out strong and built a 23-11 lead by the end of the …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (66) at Roxbury (48) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (66) at Roxbury (48) – Boys Basketball

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Taylor Rapel made the game-winning basket with nine seconds left to give Phillipsburg a 41-40 victory over North Hunterdon in Phillipsburg.
Lauren Flynn notched a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds for Phillipsburg while Sierra Stein had 12 points as well.
For North Hunterdon, Maria Newsome netted a game-high 14 points.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (40) at Phillipsburg (41) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (40) at Phillipsburg (41) – Girls Basketball

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North Hunterdon returns to the National High School Cheerleading Championship Division I Finals once again as they ranked among the best in the Nation.
On Sunday, February 11, 2018, The North Competitive Cheer team completed their two season long tournament with a 13th place Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) ranking of all Division 1 (D1) High Schools in the Large All-Girl Division in the Country.  From October through December, thousands of D1 athletes on hundreds of Large teams (20 or fewer athletes) across the nation attempted to qualify for a bid to nationals.  This is when North Hunterdon received their bid along with a prestigious 43 other schools.  All of the schools met at the High School Nationals this weekend in Walt Disney World, Florida and competed against each other in three rounds, Preliminaries, Semi-Finals and Finals. Each round (Prelims and Semis) had an elimination of the bottom half of the teams until there was only 14 teams to compete against each other in the Finals round.  Our North girls fought each round and received a National ranking of 13th in the Nation! What a great job by our competitive cheerleaders.

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HERE to review the Final Results on the 2018 UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship website.

A magnificent job by our coaches: Head Coach: Mike Drulis, Assistant Coaches Lori Schuetz and Melissa Miranda and a Special Thanks to our school nurse Kristen Vitelli for attending and keeping the team healthy and the Lions Cheer Organization for their fundraising efforts throughout the school year!

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The sixth-seeded Lions overcame a 10 point deficit in the fourth quarter to comeback and defeat the third-seeded Hackettstown 58-55 in the Quarterfinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Hackettstown.

Michael DelSantro led North with 13 points and Wes Reinagel had 12 points.

Jeff Morgan led the Tigers with 17 points. Jelani Awai added 14 points and Tyler Gorczyca chipped in 12 for Hackettstown.
North Hunterdon will play seventh-seeded Voorhees in the semifinals scheduled for February 17th at Warren Hills HS at Noon.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (58) at Hackettstown (55), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Quarterfinal Round – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (58) at Hackettstown (55), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Quarterfinal Round – Boys Basketball

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Girls Place Winners:
  • ​Emily Nugent took First in the 3,200 meter run.​
  • Ellie DiMarcello took Second in the 1,6000 meter run.
  • Jill Paciga took took Second in the 55 meter hurdles.
  • Chloe Gonzalez took Third in the 1,6000 meter run.
  • Emma Mikitiuk took took Third in the 55 meter hurdles.
Boys Place Winners:
  • ​Gavin Richards took First in the 3,200 meter run.​​
  • ​Dillon Adamy took Second in the 1,6000 meter run.
  • Christopher Fischer took Third in the 3,200 meter run.​​​


GIRLS RESULTS:

GIRLS ATHLETE PLACE SECTION RESULTS
55 METER DASH
8.31 Fiona Letko 30th Prelims H5 Girls Group 4
8.43 SB Maya Franklin 35th Prelims H1 Girls Group 4
400 METER DASH
1:02.73 SB Gabrielle Beneducci 12th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
1:08.60 SB Maya Franklin 29th Finals H2 Girls Group 4
1:11.74 SB Olivia Ramirez 33rd Finals H1 Girls Group 4
800 METER RUN
2:21.53 SB Angela Kearsley 7th Finals H3 Girls Group 4
2:26.80 SB Alexandra Carlson 9th Finals H2 Girls Group 4
2:33.82 SB Annalee Tyerech 17th Finals H1 Girls Group 4
1,600 METER RUN
5:13.55 SB Elena DiMarcello 2nd Finals H2 Girls Group 4
5:15.15 SB Chloe Gonzalez 3rd Finals H2 Girls Group 4
5:32.30 SB Brenna Talamo 13th Finals H2 Girls Group 4
3,200 METER RUN
11:21.06 Emily Nugent 1st Finals H4 Girls Group 4
11:48.34 SB Samantha Kehler 7th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
12:17.52 SB Carleigh Haris 9th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
55 METER HURDLES
8.72 SB Jill Paciga 2nd Prelims H3 Girls Group 4
8.79 Jill Paciga 2nd Finals H4 Girls Group 4
9.09 Emma Mikitiuk 3rd Prelims H4 Girls Group 4
9.11 Emma Mikitiuk 6th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
9.43 SB Gabrielle Beneducci 9th Prelims H1 Girls Group 4
4X400 METER RELAY
4:11.63 SB Relay Team 4th Finals H1 Girls Group 4
HIGH JUMP
4-6 Fiona Letko 8th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
4-6 Harley Varga 8th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
POLE VAULT
8-0 Noelle Loya 10th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
SHOT PUT
31-9.5 SB Cecilia Quental 7th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
27-7.5 SB Sara Meyer 14th Finals H4 Girls Group 4
25-4.5 Madalyn Blomkvist 25th Finals H4 Girls Group 4

BOYS RESULTS:

BOYS ATHLETE PLACE SECTION RESULTS
55 METER DASH
7.22 Tyler Boyd 33rd Prelims H1 Boys Group 4
400 METER DASH
57.70 SB Tyler Boyd 34th Finals H1 Boys Group 4
58.22 SB Garrett Coyne 36th Finals H2 Boys Group 4
58.31 SB Jack Sarkisian 37th Finals H2 Boys Group 4
800 METER RUN
2:06.73 Tom Zappetti 12th Finals H2 Boys Group 4
2:10.83 Will Arnold 24th Finals H2 Boys Group 4
1,600 METER RUN
4:31.80 Dillon Adamy 2nd Finals H2 Boys Group 4
4:34.90 Gavin Richards 4th Finals H2 Boys Group 4
4:35.41 Andrew Trapp 6th Finals H2 Boys Group 4
3,200 METER RUN
9:43.37 SB Gavin Richards 1st Finals H2 Boys Group 4
9:48.10 SB Christopher Fischer 3rd Finals H2 Boys Group 4
10:39.94 Mark Garceau 21st Finals H1 Boys Group 4
4X400 METER RELAY
3:44.09 SB Relay Team 10th Finals H1 Boys Group 4
SHOT PUT
45-7 SB Connor Letko 6th Finals H4 Boys Group 4
40-6 John Anderson 12th Finals H4 Boys Group 4
36-3 Glen Farbanish 21st Finals H4 Boys Group 4

Source: Lion Athletic News Ridge girls, East Orange boys continue dominance over N2G4 with consecutive section titles Ridge girls, East Orange boys continue dominance over N2G4 with consecutive section titles

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Congratulations to the Girls Swim team for defeating Watchung Hills 100-70 in the NJSIAA Quarterfinal Round of the Public A Girls Swim Tournament. The team will travel today to Westfield in the NJSIAA Semifinals.

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Congratulations to senior wrestler Andrew Gapas for getting his 100th win of his career. Gapas won his decision at Phillipsburg H.S. last night against Cody Harrision 5-3.

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Snow-IceDear North Hunterdon Parents/Guardians and Students:

School is closed today 2-7-18 due to the inclement weather conditions. All after school activities, including athletic events and practices, etc for North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools have been cancelled for February 7th.  All outside groups renting the facility are also cancelled today. Student Athletes with any questions or concerns should contact their immediate athletic coach. Please refer to our athletic website for the most current schedule – click here. Please be safe today!

bullet-green-yellow Warnings and Advisories Among the many weather warnings, watches and advisories in effect for today.

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bullet-green-yellow Click HERE to review Winter Survival Tips from NJ.com.

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Diamond Miller dropped 23 points for Franklin, ranked No. 8 in the NJ.com Top 20, in its 58-42 win over North Hunterdon in Franklin.
Camille Gray added 12 points in the win, while Keona Schenck scored 11 points.
Maria Newsome racked up 21 points for North Hunterdon, 12 of them from behind the arc, while Alexa Vasile added 10 …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (42) at Franklin (58) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (42) at Franklin (58) – Girls Basketball

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Michael DelSantro scored 18 points to lead North Hunterdon to a 64-60 victory against Ridge in North Hunterdon.
Wes Reinagel added nine points and Evan Saraceno chipped in seven for North Hunterdon.
Chris Feringa and Mike DeMarco scored 17 points apiece for Ridge.

Source: Lion Athletic News Ridge (60) at North Hunterdon (64) – Boys Basketball Ridge (60) at North Hunterdon (64) – Boys Basketball

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North Hunterdon
Like their neighbors in Flemington, the sixth-seeded Lions (11-6) closed out the weekend on a four-game winning streak. It was capped by a 66-43 verdict over 11th-seeded South Hunterdon in an H/W/S second round tilt.

The tournament victory was highlighted by four Lions in double figures, only the second time this season North has done that. Senior Michael DelSantro, who leads Hunterdon County with 47 3-pointers and is second in scoring (14.2 ppg.), paced North with 13 points. Paul Woolhouse, who has come on of late with three double-figure outings in his last three games, scored 12 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, Nick Guasta had 11 points and Wes Reinagel (12.2 ppg.) added 10 points.

The Lions will face third-seeded Hackettstown in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys basketball: Hunterdon Central on hot streak since one-point loss Hunterdon County boys basketball: Hunterdon Central on hot streak since one-point loss

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Aaron Gao posted 16 points to help lead the way for Bridgewater-Raritan in a 68-66 win over North Hunterdon in Annandale.
Justin Bryant picked up 14 points in the win, John Sibiga added 11 and Sterling White chipped in with 10. Bridgewater-Raritan trailed by a point entering the fourth quarter and outscored North Hunterdon 15-12 to earn the win.
Wes …
Source: Lion Athletic News Bridgewater-Raritan (68) at North Hunterdon (66) – Boys Basketball Bridgewater-Raritan (68) at North Hunterdon (66) – Boys Basketball

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Meghan Ball led a well-balanced offense for Bridgewater-Raritan with nine points in a 48-23 win over North Hunterdon in Bridgewater.
Keiko Fox collected eight points, while Jordyn Hawthorne had seven. Claire Liston, Kristin Tribel and Teresa Wolak combined for 18 points.
Bridgewater-Raritan’s defense came out strong and held North Hunterdon to just nine points in the first half. The …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (23) at Bridgewater-Raritan (48) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (23) at Bridgewater-Raritan (48) – Girls Basketball

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Margaret Affeld scored a game-high 19 points, hitting three 3-pointers, to lead sixth-seeded Delaware Valley to a 36-16 win over 11th-seeded North Hunterdon in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament in Frenchtown.
Delaware Valley, which led 12-0 after the first quarter, advanced to Saturday’s quarterfinals and will host 15th-seeded Voorhees.
Maria Newsome had five points for …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (16) at Delaware Valley (36), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (16) at Delaware Valley (36), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, First Round – Girls Basketball

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Michael DelSantro scored 13 points with three 3-pointers to lead four players in double figures as sixth-seeded North Hunterdon upended rival and 11th-seeded South Hunterdon, 66-43, in the second round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.

Paul Woolhouse added 12 points with 11 rebounds, Nick Guasta posted 11 points with three 3-pointers, and Wes Reinagel chipped in 10 with two 3-pointers for North Hunterdon.

North Hunterdon advanced to Saturday’s quarterfinals and will travel to third-seeded Hackettstown.

Source: Lion Athletic News South Hunterdon (43) at North Hunterdon (66), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Second Round – Boys Basketball South Hunterdon (43) at North Hunterdon (66), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Second Round – Boys Basketball

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For guiding the Lions to a school-record 11 victories and their first sectional title since 1975, Mazzetta is the 2017 lehighvalleylive Football Coach of the Year.

He is the second North Hunterdon coach to win the honor, formerly The Express-Times Coach of the Year. Fritz Halfacre was given the award after the Lions’ 1974 season.

Mazzetta, a former player at Hunterdon Central and then Virginia Tech, had reason to be optimistic about North Hunterdon’s prospects entering the fall. The Lions were coming off a four-loss campaign, which contained a handful of second-half stumbles.

Mazzetta credits his assistants – Kevin Kley (D-coordinator), Anthony Petraglia (D-line, special teams), Bob Lockhart (LBs, H-backs), John McSweeney (O-line) and Billy Krebs (WRs) – for building up that conviction within the players.

Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon’s Mazzetta is 2017 lehighvalleylive Football Coach of the Year North Hunterdon’s Mazzetta is 2017 lehighvalleylive Football Coach of the Year

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Congratulations to the girls fencing team for defeating The Hun School 19-8 on Friday.  Undefeated performances by sophomore foil Katie Horton, senior epee Stephanie Sharp, and senior epee Mariya McKinney all going 3 and 0.

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Michael DelSantro scored 17 points to help North Hunterdon edge out a 69-65 win over Phillipsburg, in Phillipsburg.
Phillipsburg led by nine points at the end of the first quarter, but North Hunterdon cut the lead to four by the end of the half, and then outscored the home team 38-30 in the second half.
Paul Woolhouse added on 16 …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (69) at Phillipsburg (65) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (69) at Phillipsburg (65) – Boys Basketball

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A 15-point performance by Sophie Beneventine powered Ridge to a 35-29 victory over North Hunterdon, in Annandale.
Sammy Weyrauch added eight points for Ridge. Maddy West had six points.
Alexa Vasile scored 10 points for North Hunterdon. Maria Newsome finished with nine points.
Source: Lion Athletic News Ridge (35) at North Hunterdon (29) – Girls Basketball Ridge (35) at North Hunterdon (29) – Girls Basketball

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Michael DelSantro and Paul Woolhouse each had 21 points for North Hunterdon in a 71-62 win over Montgomery in Skillman.
Wes Reinagel and Ahman Cooks each had nine points for North Hunterdon, which led 33-25 at halftime.
Kyle Howard led Montgomery with 23 points.
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (71) at Montgomery (62) – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (71) at Montgomery (62) – Boys Basketball

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Andrea Katramados netted a game-high 15 points and Kristin Lucht chipped in with nine as Montgomery beat North Hunterdon, 39-27, in Annandale.
Maria Newsome scored 13 points for the Lady Lions.
Source: Lion Athletic News Montgomery (39) at North Hunterdon (27) – Girls Basketball Montgomery (39) at North Hunterdon (27) – Girls Basketball

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After spending the first half of the season becoming a vital contributor to her team’s offense, Colby Gavornik ran through a rough patch that she would probably not characterize as such. The Voorhees junior guard scored four total points in three games while her team lost two of those three.
“I had a conversation with her about that,” Voorhees …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls basketball notebook: Voorhees regrouping behind Gavornik; scoring leaders Hunterdon County girls basketball notebook: Voorhees regrouping behind Gavornik; scoring leaders

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Maria Newsome made five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 23 points to lead 11th-seeded North Hunterdon past 18th-seeded South Hunterdon, 52-39, in the preliminary round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.
Alexa Vasile added 12 points for the Lions, who will play sixth-seeded Delaware Valley on Feb. 3.

Source: Lion Athletic News South Hunterdon (39) at North Hunterdon (52), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Preliminary Round – Girls Basketball South Hunterdon (39) at North Hunterdon (52), Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament, Preliminary Round – Girls Basketball

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