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Rutgers is No. 1 in the county in men’s lacrosse thanks to a roster loaded with Jersey talent.
Source: Lion Athletic News Meet the NJ alums and rest of the starting lineup for No.1 Rutgers men's lacrosse Meet the NJ alums and rest of the starting lineup for No.1 Rutgers men's lacrosse

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The Hunterdon County girls basketball season in review: DELAWARE VALLEY Delaware Valley coach Michael Haughey said his team would hang its proverbial hat on defense, and that is just how the Terrie…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls basketball season review, 2016-17 Hunterdon County girls basketball season review, 2016-17

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Chad Dreswick, Hunterdon Central, 6-8, Sr., C.:The big man in the middle, Dreswick’s main strength came on the defensive end as his presence near the rim allowed his teammates to play an aggressive…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County All-Area Boys Basketball Team, 2016-17 Hunterdon County All-Area Boys Basketball Team, 2016-17

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With three starters graduated, including two who moved on to the college ranks, from a team which set a record for most wins in a season with 24, it was up to Tucker Richardson and a group of role …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys basketball season in review, 2016-17 Hunterdon County boys basketball season in review, 2016-17

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HUNTERDON COUNTY DEMOCRAT ALL-AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM, 2016-17 Margaret Affeld, Delaware Valley, 5-7, G/F, Jr.: Affeld became a reliable scoring threat in her own right, especially when teams do…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County All-Area Girls Basketball Team, 2016-17 Hunterdon County All-Area Girls Basketball Team, 2016-17

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The boys lacrosse divisional alignments for the Skyland Conference
Source: Lion Athletic News Boys Lacrosse: Skyland Conference divisional alignments, 2017 Boys Lacrosse: Skyland Conference divisional alignments, 2017

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The  NHHS Girl‘s Fencing team sold bracelets during their Coaches vs Cancer campaign and donated $708 to the American Cancer Society – Nice job!

 

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Chandler Amato and Alison Herman highlighted Hunterdon County swimming for the boys and girls, respectively. Amato was the only boy to place at the Meet of Champions for Hunterdon Central, capping off his stellar senior season with a 14th place finish in the 100 breast. Herman concluded her equally impressive final campaign with a 13th-place finish in the …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County Democrat: Swim season in review Hunterdon County Democrat: Swim season in review

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Back Row (left to right): Rich Wolf (Princeton – Soccer), Kyle Lundeen (Susquehanna – Lacrosse), Tim Schumacher (TCNJ – Baseball), Billy Russo (Lafayette – Baseball), Charlie Tordik (Bentley – Football), Sean McQuade (York – Lacrosse), Bobby Brennan (Montclair – Lacrosse), Rory D’Alesandro (Undecided – Football)

Middle Row (left to right): Sarah Jennison (Ithaca – Volleyball), Sarah Gallo (Rowan – Volleyball), Meghan Graham (George Mason – Softball), Claudia Maira (Dickinson – Basketball), Pauline Jaffe (Wesleyan – Lacrosse), Samantha Magda (Stevens – Fencing), Abby Hilty (Washington – Volleyball), Kelly Corcoran (Scranton – Volleyball), Randy Ryan (Wentworth – Lacrosse)
Front Row: (left to right): Nicole Hauck (Susquehanna – Lacrosse), Melissa Meiners (Wheaton – Softball), Kristina Harrel (Roanoke – Basketball), Kelley McCarten (Elon – Track/XC), Anna DiMarcello (Dartmouth – Track/XC), Emelia Maslanka (Undecided – Track/XC), Skyler Farrand (Cedarville – Track/XC), Christof Ennis (Undecided – Football)
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Congratulations to the Vikings of Voorhees for Two-Peating the Lions of North in their second Unified Basketball game 30-28 at the well-attended and spirited Viking Fortress at Voorhees High School.

The Vikings were led by the dominating all around play of Bruce (Almighty) Fujihuara who led the Vikes with 10 points and dominating inside play. Other Viking contributors were: Emma Hintz and Will Layfield with 8 points and Will Lyons with 4 points.

The Lions were led by Katie (Stealth Bomber) Higgins who led the Lions and all scorers with 16 points. Other Lion contributors were: Hannah Walsh 6 points; Penny Johnson, Luke Rigatti and Hunter Schumann had 2 points apiece.

The next game will be next Wednesday, March 22nd at 5pm at Delaware Valley High School.

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With another year of indoor track in the books, it’s time to look back and see who made their mark over the course of the season. Click on the link to see who made the All-State second team for the…
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Winter Track: 2016-17 Second Team All-State Girls Winter Track: 2016-17 Second Team All-State

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Making sure North Hunterdon stayed in the headlines this winter, Ellie DiMarcello picked up where she left off last fall. That is to say, the Hunterdon Democrat girls cross-country Runner of the Ye…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County girls indoor track season in review, 2016-17 Hunterdon County girls indoor track season in review, 2016-17

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While Old Bridge was the nemesis in Hunterdon Central’s plans for an indoor track title last winter, a few of the main holdovers from that squad, senior David Scheier and juniors Justin Cornetta and David Bausmith, made sure the quest for a championship did not die with last season’s team.
And those veterans came through. The biggest feather …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County boys indoor track season in review, 2016-17 Hunterdon County boys indoor track season in review, 2016-17

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Snow-IceMarch 13, 2017:

After School Activities and Athletic Practices are presently on for today, Monday March 13th.

With the inclement weather forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday, if school is closed that means no activities, athletic practice, athletic scrimmages, outside renting groups, etc. If school is open, then the above-stated activities may or may not take place. We do not have any athletic scrimmages for Tuesday or Wednesday.

Please contact your immediate coach for any other questions on practices or scrimmages.

Click HERE to review the 5-Day Athletic Schedule.    Click HERE to review the NOAA.gov winter weather survival guide

Warnings and Advisories Among the many weather warnings, watches and advisories in effect for the storm.

NJ Power Companies – Power Outage Central: PSE&G, Jersey Central Power and Light, and Atlantic City Electric.

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Congratulations to the Vikings of Voorhees for winning the Inaugural Unified Sports Basketball game against the Lions of North Hunterdon 42-40 tonight in a superb inclusive community event at North Hunterdon High School.

The Vikings were led by the dominating inside play of super freshmen Bruce Fujihuara who led all scorers with 24 points, dominated the boards and had the game winning basket with time running out. Other Viking contributors were: Will Layfield 10 points; Emma Hintz 4 points; Will Lyons and Dylan Dairymple had 2 points.

The Lions were led by the fleet footed play of Katie Higgins who led the Lions with 12 points. Other Lion contributors were: Luke Rigatti 10 points; Hannah Walsh 8 points; Jessica Wescott 4 points and Joe Reed, Hannah Trinity and Penny Johnson had 2 points apiece.

The next game will be next Thursday, March 16th at 5pm at Voohees High School.

Click HERE to review the article on NJ.com. Click HERE to review the game information.

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The Lion junior 132-pounder was one of just three fourth-place region finishers to medal in Atlantic City.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon's Gapas a rare bird at NJSIAA state wrestling North Hunterdon's Gapas a rare bird at NJSIAA state wrestling

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These four wrestlers that won state medals would have missed the cut last season.
Source: Lion Athletic News From 4th at Regions to the podium in A.C., 4 wrestlers benefit from expansion From 4th at Regions to the podium in A.C., 4 wrestlers benefit from expansion

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The trio all won their first matches and lost their second, perhaps typical of a local effort that saw 16 of 21 wrestlers fall into consolations.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Ups, downs for Voorhees’ Fernandes brothers at state wrestling Ups, downs for Voorhees’ Fernandes brothers at state wrestling

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The Big 16.That’s the number of wrestlers from the four schools in Hunterdon County whose blood, sweat and tears over the past year have been rewarded with a spot in the NJSIAA/Rothman Institute Wr…
Source: Lion Athletic News 2017 State Wrestling Championships: Hunterdon County represented by Big 16 2017 State Wrestling Championships: Hunterdon County represented by Big 16

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The annual North Hunterdon Athletic Department College Commitment Day will be Thursday, March 16, 2017  from 2:30p until 3:10p in the Main Gym. Any questions or concerns, please email Sean Walsh: swalsh@nhvweb.net

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Diamond Miller scored a game-high 22 points to lead four players in double-digits as second-seeded Franklin, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, upended seventh-seeded North Hunterdon, 77-48, in the quarterfinals of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 tournament in Somerset.
Monique Davis-Campbell added 19 points, Camille Gray had 14, and Kennedy Schenck posted 11 with two 3-pointers …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (48) at Franklin (77), NJSIAA Tournament, Quarterfinal Round, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (48) at Franklin (77), NJSIAA Tournament, Quarterfinal Round, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 – Girls Basketball

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drjarrodOn Friday, March 10, 2017 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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Special Congratulations to the Girl’s Track & Field team and specifically the Distance Medley Relay team of Anna DiMarcello, Gabby Beneducci, Kelley McCarten and Ellie DiMarcello for winning the Eastern States Championships at the New York City Armory last night.  Their time of 12 minutes flat as a team is currently ranked #4 in the United States.  Great Job Girls

Great Job by all the girls who competed!

 

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At the NJSIAA/Rothman Institute Region Wrestling Tournament this past week, some dreams came true, some remained alive and some were shattered.
Wrestlers from the four schools in Hunterdon County — Hunterdon Central, North Hunterdon, Delaware Valley and Voorhees — like many wrestlers from across the state experienced all of those emotions and then some at various regions across the state.
When …
Source: Lion Athletic News 2017 Wrestling: Recap of Hunterdon County teams at regions 2017 Wrestling: Recap of Hunterdon County teams at regions

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Andrew Berger scored a game-high 22 points while Ahman Cooks and Michael DelSantro had 11 points apiece for North Hunterdon.

Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (69) at Scotch Plains-Fanwood (74), NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 – Boys Basketball North Hunterdon (69) at Scotch Plains-Fanwood (74), NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 – Boys Basketball

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The Lady Lions were led by sophomore guard Alexa Vasile who came off the bench to score a career-high 13 points for North in the first round of the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 Girls Hoops Tournament.

The Lions stifled Piscataway in the first quarter, forcing 10 turnovers and blanking the Chiefs in that period to forge a 24-0 lead. In fact, Piscataway did not register a field goal for the first 11:25 of the game. North Hunterdon received balanced scoring — six players had six points or more — and Brittany Goepfert (five rebounds) and Jordan Beneducci (four assists) did outstanding work in the paint.

The Lions’ reward for reaching the quarterfinals is a date this Wednesday at 6pm with Franklin, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20.
Source: Lion Athletic News Piscataway (32) at North Hunterdon (52), NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 – Girls Basketball Piscataway (32) at North Hunterdon (52), NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 – Girls Basketball

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

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

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The tournament runs Friday through Sunday at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Here are the NJSIAA state wrestling pairings Here are the NJSIAA state wrestling pairings

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Click HERE to review the complete coverage of the Girls Winter Track Meet of Champions Results. 

Click HERE to review the complete coverage of the Boys Winter Track Meet of Champions Results.

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Congratulations to  Ellie DiMarcello for finishing 2nd in the NJSIAA Meet Of Champions 1600 meter race on Sunday. Ellie was 0.01 second from tying first place. Kelley McCarten placed 18th overall.

Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Winter Track: Haddonfield’s Gess wins MoC 1600m race in photo finish Girls Winter Track: Haddonfield’s Gess wins MoC 1600m race in photo finish

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The North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District is launching a Unified Sports program through the Special Olympics New Jersey Play Unified School Partnership.  The Unified Sports program will bring together students with and without disabilities to play basketball as a team this March, with track potentially added later.

North Hunterdon students and staff members came out on February 23rd to show their support for this new initiative (see photo). North’s Play Unified team will play its first game against Voorhees on March 8th at 5pm in North’s main gym.

Click HERE to review the article on NJ.com. Click HERE to review the game information.

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The storied wrestling programs at Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon and Voorhees, which have been an absolute model of consistency and dominance ever since the Hunterdon’s opened …
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon County wrestling schools well represented in Regions Hunterdon County wrestling schools well represented in Regions

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Track the progress of Hunterdon and Warren County grapplers.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Follow local wrestlers in the NJSIAA regional tournament brackets Follow local wrestlers in the NJSIAA regional tournament brackets

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michaeldelsantroNorth Hunterdon 85, Roxbury 65: Michael DelSantro scored a career-high 30 points and broke North Hunterdon’s single-season record for 3-pointers by draining six shots from beyond the arc. Paul Woolhouse tallied 13 points and 12 rebounds while Wes Reinagel posted 12 points and Nick Guasta contributed 11 points for the Lions (11-12).
Source: Lion Athletic News Roxbury (65) at North Hunterdon (85) – Boys Basketball Roxbury (65) at North Hunterdon (85) – Boys Basketball

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WilliamhughesThe Lion junior followed his father and uncle onto the school’s wrestling wall and will seek a state berth at Region 4 this weekend.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 North Hunterdon’s Hughes stops wrestling with weight to become district champ North Hunterdon’s Hughes stops wrestling with weight to become district champ

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Top 10 teams in the Skyland to this point in the season.
Source: Lion Athletic News Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference rankings for Thursday, Feb. 23 Girls Basketball: Skyland Conference rankings for Thursday, Feb. 23

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There are multiple loaded brackets at Region 4, including 170, 195, 220 and 285
Source: Lion Athletic News 2017 Region 4 preview and picks: Upperweights to dazzle in talent-laden tournament 2017 Region 4 preview and picks: Upperweights to dazzle in talent-laden tournament

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The Blue Streaks were down by 12 points at halftime.
Source: Lion Athletic News2 Girls basketball: Warren Hills rallies past North Hunterdon Girls basketball: Warren Hills rallies past North Hunterdon

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Paul Woolhouse scored 15 points and had eight rebounds and five blocks as North Hunterdon defeated Warren Hills, 69-55, in Annandale.
Michael DelSantro scored a game-high 17 points, including four 3-pointers, and Wes Reinagel netted 14 points for North Hunterdon, which outscored its opponent, 27-5, in the second quarter to take a 44-18 lead. Kyle Conover had nine points and …
Source: Lion Athletic News Warren Hills (55) at North Hunterdon (69) – Boys Basketball Warren Hills (55) at North Hunterdon (69) – Boys Basketball

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Nicole Mallard scored 14 points to help Warren Hills earn a 41-39 comeback victory over North Hunterdon in Washington.
Down 27-15 at halftime, Warren Hills outscored North Hunterdon 13-5 in the third quarter, and 11-9 in the fourth.
Olasubomi Ajayi contributed 11 points and had 17 rebounds, while Morgan DeMayo added five points for Warren Hills. Kristina Harrel and Claudia …
Source: Lion Athletic News North Hunterdon (39) at Warren Hills (41) – Girls Basketball North Hunterdon (39) at Warren Hills (41) – Girls Basketball

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Everyone in the state who follows wrestling knows about the rich tradition of the four Hunterdon County schools — Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon and Voorhees. When you have do…
Source: Lion Athletic News Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon, Voorhees wrestling all win district titles Hunterdon Central, Delaware Valley, North Hunterdon, Voorhees wrestling all win district titles

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The NJSIAA released its list of wild card qualifiers for the upcoming Meet of Champions. The top sixperformances that had not already qualified were listed in each event. Scroll through the list to…
Source: Lion Athletic News Winter Track: Wild card qualifiers announced for Meet of Champions Winter Track: Wild card qualifiers announced for Meet of Champions

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See how the action unfolded at Westfield High.
Source: Lion Athletic News 2017 District 15 wrestling recap: Three teams advance 9 wrestlers, North Hunterdon wins team title 2017 District 15 wrestling recap: Three teams advance 9 wrestlers, North Hunterdon wins team title

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DavetheRaveBDAY2014“Dave the Rave” Robbins 71st Birthday and Boys Hoops Senior Night Celebration!! Tuesday, February 21 2017 and sponsored by the North Hunterdon Booster Club.

Dave the Rave in Action

Before the start of the game, we will celebrate the Boys Senior Night with their parents.

During the extended halftime of the 7pm Varsity Boys 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 Deb and the NHHS Booster Club 🙂

 

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