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HOFLionCongratulations to the 2014-2015 North Hunterdon HS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees at the Hall of Fame Induction ceremony on October 3 2015. Click HERE to review all the Inductees.

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WoolfordSPFRobMarronSPFCongratulations to the ​North Football team defeating Scotch Plains Fanwood 40-28 in MId State 38 Action. It was the Rob Marron show. The senior running back ran the ball 39 times for a career-high 273 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Lions.​

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SeanRooneyThe North Boys Soccer team defeats Hackettstown 5-0. Hughes, Rooney, Winter, Volpe and Sabatella each scored a goal. The North Hunterdon boys soccer team advances to play Hunterdon Central next Saturday. Both North and Central have won 5 of 6 championships since the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament began in 2009. Click HERE to review article on

NinaBussanichThe Lady Lions defeated Sussex Tech 5-0. Bussanich had 3 goals, Fontana and Tampone each scored a goal to lead the attack. The Lions will host Vernon next Saturday in the second round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament began. Click HERE to review article on



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NHHS-TRACKNorth Hunterdon captured third in the A1 race with 131 points. The Lions had a strong pack, placing four runners in 15th through 28th places, led by senior Robert Spies in 15th at 17:11. Click HERE to review the article in Click HERE to review complete results in

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Please help us in saying “Thank You” to all of our amazing, dedicated North Coaches!  The Booster Club will host a Coaches Appreciation Breakfast on Friday, October 16th.

We would love some donations.  Donations can be dropped off to the Athletic Office Conference Room onThursday, October 15 between 6-7 pm or in the morning on Friday, October 16 from 7:00-7:45am.

Location – Athletic Office Conference Room (Room 114)

Sign-ups for donations – click here

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Blue-Streaks-Helmet-18The North Hunterdon Athletic Department, coaches, student-athletes and staff would like to express its deepest condolences to the Murray family for the loss of their son Evan Murray, who passed away Friday night. Evan was a three-sport athlete at Warren Hills HS, gifted with versatile athleticism and demonstrated character with his leadership in school and on the athletic field. Evan will surely be missed but never forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Murray family.

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Click HERE to donate to the GoFundMe account setup for the Murray Family.

Click HERE to review article on North and Voorhees pouring out support for Warren Hills community in wake of Evan Murray tragedy.

viewing will be held from noon to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Faith Discovery Church, 33 Brass Castle Road, Washington Township. The funeral is set for 11 a.m. Thursday at the church.

As a way of showing support to the Warren Hills High School community, the staff and student body of North Hunterdon High School will be wearing the color blue on Thursday October 1, 2015. In addition to the school day there will be various sports and activities taking part in other ways:

  • North Hunterdon Football Team: Wearing #18 helmet stickers on team’s helmets and #18 wrist bands.
  • Field Hockey: Wearing Blue Ribbons with #18 printed on them
  • Girls Cross Country: The girls will wear Blue and White ribbons in their hair at the Shore Conference Meet on Saturday.
  • Fundraising efforts: Members of the NH Volleyball team will be coordinating a fundraising effort at home games from October 1- 9 to raise money to help support the Evan Murray Scholarship Fund.
  • There will be a moment of silence at the following events:
    • Boys varsity soccer game at North Hunterdon HS on Sept 29th.
    • Varsity Football game at Scotch Plains on October 3rd.
    • Varsity Football game at North Hunterdon HS on October 9th.
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BreastCancerAwareness-OctNational Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Make a difference! Spread the word about mammograms and encourage communities, organizations, families, and individuals to get involved.

Below are the activities the Athletic Department will be doing to make people aware:

  • The Varsity Girls Soccer team will be wearing pink shirts on their October 8th game against Phillipsburg HS.
  • The varsity Football team will be wearing pink shoe laces on their October 9th game against Plainfield HS.
  • The Singley Field turf will have pink outlined on the field.
  • The Cheerleaders will be using Pink Pom Poms during the month of October.

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NominateawardDestination Athlete will be giving out a senior scholarship at the Complete Athlete Expo in the convention center in Edison, NJ on Nov. 15, 2015. It is a worthwhile scholarship for eligible students. The deadline is October 2, 2015.

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NHPWNFHS1Dear Parents/Guardians and All Students,
​This week is National Hazing Prevention Week. ​As you have seen in media reports across the country​, incidents of hazing as well as harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB), ​may take place at schools. The administrators at North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools would like to inform you of the protocols that we have in place to help prevent these types of behaviors:
  • All staff members are trained annually on HIB.
  • Coaches ​take a hazing course.
  • Coaches have reviewed locker room protocols with their student-athletes.
  • Coaches have reviewed their behavior expectations with their student-athletes.
  • Coaches have met with the Athletic Administration to review these protocols and expectations.
  • Coaches, Security Staff and Administration perform security walk-throughs of the locker rooms during the day.
  • The high school district hires current employees as coaches when possible.
  • Parents/guardians and student-athletes are asked to sign off on their athletic paperwork acknowledging that they have reviewed the District’s hazing, sportsmanship and athletic policies.
  • Dr. Jarrod Spencer presents his Mind of the Athlete program to our student-athletes three times each year.  The athletic directors have asked him to include pertinent issues related to hazing, intimidation, and bullying in his presentations.
  • Class meetings are held with all students about hazing and HIB.
  • Periodic emails are sent out.
  • Physical Education/Health teachers include discussions about these issues in their Character Education Program.
  • School-wide assemblies are held on these subjects. School clubs such as the Friends of Rachel and the Green Dot Club focus on improving school climate and reducing bullying in the schools.
  • ​​HIB Information can be found on the District and both high school websites.
  • ​North Hunterdon and Voorhees High School will be kicking off soon the North360/Voorhees 360 cellphone/chromebook software curriculum that will includes hazing awareness.

The Administration asks that you remind your son or daughter about the behavioral expectations that the schools have for them on a daily basis while they are attending our high schools. Additionally, please review the schools’ Code of Conduct with them. 

​Additionally, please review the National Hazing Prevention Week information.​

We have outstanding ​staff, coaches, ​parents/guardians and student-athletes at both schools, and we greatly appreciate your assistance in helping to spread this message.

Click HERE to review the National Hazing Prevention Week Information.

Click HERE to review the National Federation of High Schools Case for High School Activities Information.

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MarcMonksAssumptionQBOurAG very own and former North QB Sophomore Marc Monks (Annandale, N.J./North Hunterdon) was impressive in his first home performance as well, completing 20-of-33 attempts for 210 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions to lead the Greyhounds to a victory.

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The Boys cross country team placed third in the senior race and the girls placed fifth.
Anna DiMarcello won the girls junior division at the Bernie Magee Memorial/NJCTC class championship cross country race at Greystone Park in Morris Plains. In this meet, runners compete only against boys from their academic class.

DiMarcello won the race by 40 seconds over Immaculate Heart’s Giavanna Tabbachino, coming in first in 19:35.

The Lions put two other runners in the top 15 of the junior race with Kelly McCarten coming in eighth at 20:47 and Amber Caulfield 15th in 21:05.

​The Boys and girls Freshmen won their respective overall freshmen championship.

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Click HERE for the North Hunterdon HS Athletic Medical Forms.

Click HERE for the Tentative Winter Sport Practice dates 2015-2016.

Click HERE for the Physical and Parent Permission Dates for 2015-2016 Winter Sports.


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ChangingTheGameThe Montgomery Community is excited to announce a special talk by Author and Speaker John O’Sullivan.
October 14, 2015
7:00 PM
Montgomery High School Performing Arts Center

We are very excited to present a special talk by renowned author and speaker, John O’Sullivan. John is the author of the national bestselling book Changing the Game: The Parents Guide to Raising Happy, High-Performing Athletes and Giving Youth Sports Back to Our Kids, as well as a contributing writer for the Huffington Post, Soccer America, and NSCAA Soccer Journal.
In addition, John is a nationally recognized speaker, presenting across the country for organizations such as the TEDx Talks, NSCAA, IMG Academy, United Soccer Leagues, and more. He is a former college and professional soccer player, and has spent the past 20 years coaching on the youth, high school and college level. In early 2013 he left his position with the Portland Timbers of MLS to concentrate full time on the Changing the Game Project, his initiative to educate parents and coaches on creating a “player-first” environment that creates a more positive experience for athletes.
John will be discussing the ways we can help our athletes perform to their potential, while at the same time giving children ownership and enjoyment of their sports experience. He will be presenting “Changing the Game: The Secrets of Raising High-Performing Athletes”.
To ensure seating for those who are interested we have set up a registration web page to ensure your seat: Register by clicking HERE.

John will have signed copies of his book available for purchase at the discounted price of $15, or if you already have a copy, he invites you to bring it and he will sign that one for you. We hope you will be able to come out and hear this positive, player-first message, and we look forward to seeing you on October 14, 2015!

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NHHS-TRACKCongratulations to the Boys Varsity Cross Country team on their victories against Ridge, Watchung, and Voorhees yesterday at Deer Path Park.  Special congratulations to Ray Sellaro and Rob Spies for taking 1st and 2nd in the race.

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NHHS-Soccer-LogoCongratulations to the Boys soccer team defeating Voorhees 4-0 at Annandale. Fluchel, Hughes, Sabatella and Marra scored a goal apiece to lead the attack.


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This weekend marks the 14th anniversary of the horrific events of September 11, 2001.  The events of that day affected many members of the North Hunterdon Community and has had long lasting impacts on all of us in our daily lives.  We respect and remember all those who lost their lives and were affected that day and since, while fighting the continuing War on Terrorism.

North Hunterdon HS honors the victims and all first responders on the 14th anniversary of the attack. Thanks to the community for coming out and supporting this cause.

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LizRotoloLiz Rotolo recorded 13 saves as North Hunterdon defeated Watchung Hills, 2-0, in Annandale.

Courtney Nealon scored one goal and had one assist, while Jasmine Perez had one goal for North Hunterdon, which had a total of 11 shots. Alara Murphy added one assist.

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JimsJogThe Fielding Family is hosting the second annual Jim’s Jog to raise funds for the Michael J. Fox foundation for Parkinson’s Research.  Jim’s Jog is a 5K race and 1 mile fun run/walk and is great for the whole family including the pooch (6 ft or shorter leash please).

The event takes place on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at the Spruce Run Recreation Area 68 Van Syckles Road, Clinton, NJ 08809.

Registration/Packet pick-up begins at 9AM.  The Race begins at 9:45AM sharp.

Registration $25 in advance, $30 at the door.  Students can get a $5 discount by entering promo code “2015”

Register/Volunteer/Donate/Information at

Register by 9/12/15 (THIS FRIDAY) to be guaranteed a race gift.

Race bags with gifts will be provided as well as refreshments and music.

Over 30 prizes to be raffled off at the end of the race as well as medals for winners.  Great prizes from the following local vendors: Beyond Bijoux, Bridgewater Diner, Clinton Guitars LLC, Flemington Raritan Diner, Franks of Clinton, Spinning Wheel Diner, Bearpaw Leather, Charlie’s Bootery, Chocodiem,  ​Citispot Tea & Coffee, The Clean Plate Kitchen, Clinton Bicycle Shop, LLC, The Clinton House, Elite Meat, Expressive Stitches, Greens and Beans, JJ Scoops, Made to Order Jewelers, Pizza Como, Riley & Jake’s Restaurant and Bar, ​Road ID, Ron Reed, ​Sola Candle Works, LLC, among others.  We also have many wonderful local financial sponsors, including Shoprite of Clinton, Clinton Guitars LLC, ​Frank’s of Clinton, Hunterdon Healthcare, Jaeger Orthodontics, Michael Horwitz, DDS, Spruce Run Printing & Graphics, Strategic Wealth Group and Glamour Nails and Spa.

Our race will once again feature the post-race smoothie station. 


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NHHS-911The September 11th football game against Ridge High School will be a black out game.  The Booster Club will be selling shirts in the mall for $15 during lunch mods and afterschool on Wednesday, September 9th and Thursday, September 10th.

The picture on the left side is the logo for shirt.

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CompeteClick HERE to review the Singley Field Lion Walkway information for Friday, 9/11/15 at 6:40pm. There will be a moment of Silence for the victims of 911.

North Hunterdon HS will be doing a 9/11 recognition/moment of silence during the pregame of our football game this Friday. We have the Delaware Valley Composite Squadron’s Color Guard presenting the colors along with two fire trucks form the Annandale Hose Co. #1 showing the American flag and a recognition letter being announced. The students of North will be wearing their 9/11 tee shirts. The T-Shirts have sold out twice :)

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Dear Parents and Guardians,

WELCOME Class of 2019 and their families!!! The North Hunterdon Booster Club supports athletic and academic excellence, promotes sportsmanship, and preserves the history and tradition of accomplishment for all student athletes.

The North Hunterdon Booster Club is a 501c3 organization (tax exempt status) that consists of parents, staff and coaches working together to enrich our athletic community.  We ask all families to become members and we ENCOURAGE PARENT PARTICIPATION!

The money raised through membership, fundraising activities, clothing sales, and the snack shack help to sponsor our coach’s breakfast in October, our custodian luncheon in January, Dave the Rave’s birthday celebration in February and our senior athletic banquet in June.  At our banquet, we present one senior from each athletic team with a scholarship. The Varsity athletes vote for the senior teammate that set an example of leadership and sportsmanship throughout their season.  In 2013 we purchased and dedicated a new scoreboard for Singley Field and in 2015 we purchased equipment for our athletic trainers.


The NHHS Booster Club is continually looking for members who are able to volunteer their time and efforts to support our student-athletes.  We are very much in need of volunteers to step in to coordinator and officer positions.  We invite all athletic families to join the main booster club.  Your family membership fee of $25 (for the entire year) allows you to be involved in fundraising activities such as working the concession stand, selling raffle tickets, helping with our coaches breakfast, custodian luncheon and our senior athletic awards banquet.

We have 26 teams who have organized “Umbrella Clubs”.  They may charge additional dues to cover expenses like sandwiches for away games and banquet fees for their team.  We meet with the reps from each team monthly to talk about fundraising and volunteering opportunities.  They communicate all information with you through email.  Each team is required to have 75% of their JV/Varsity families join the Main Booster Club to be covered by our insurance.

Our North spirit wear can be purchased at Back to School nights, through our online store and at Sneakers Plus in Flemington.  You can find the online store on the Booster Club webpage.  On the main page, click on parent link at top and choose Booster Club from drop down options.

You can find our membership form under ‘Join’ on our BC webpage. We also accept Paypal payments.  Our Paypal button can also be found on our webpage.  Please join us and support all the student-athletes at NHHS.


Tera Lunger, President

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The North Hunterdon High School Booster Club and Music Association are proud to sponsor a College Workshop by the following local experts: College, Career & Life; Athletic Resource; Premier College Funding; and Silver Oak Learning Centers.

Free practice and timed SAT for sophomores and juniors and all-inclusive college prep workshop for parents.

Saturday, September 19, 2015 Location: North Hunterdon High School Cafeterias 8:30 a.m. (sign-in) to 12:45 p.m.

Click HERE to get more information on this wonderful opportunity.

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NHHS-Cheer-UCA-Camp-2015The North Hunterdon varsity and JV Cheerleading squads attended the UCA Camp at Chestnut Lake this past week.  It was a wonderful experience; both teams improved tremendously over the 4 days of instruction.
Throughout the week, North Hunterdon was awarded several honors from the UCA staff:
  • Both JV and Varsity earned Blue Superior ribbons for their sideline, cheer, and extreme routine evaluations.
  • Five Varsity Seniors participated in tryouts for the All-American team.  They were judged on a jump, cheer, and dance.  All five seniors were selected.
  • All of our nine Varsity Seniors were given applications to tryout for UCA staff.
  • The JV team won the camp competition for cleanest cabin and were awarded a pizza party on the final night.
  • During the final camp championship yesterday Varsity placed 2nd for their Cheer in the Elite Varsity Division.  Both JV and Varsity won 1st place trophies for the Extreme Routine in their respective divisions.
On behalf of the coaching staff, we are very proud of the girls’ performances and hard work at camp.  Congratulations!!
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NHEFROTL-10-11-15North Hunterdon High School Education Foundation Presents

The Second Annual “Running of the Lions” 5K

Sunday, October 11, 2015-Rain or Shine

Registration Opens/Packet Pickup: 9:00 am

Race Time: 10:00 am

One Mile Walk Time: 10:15 am

Awards and Refreshments: 11:00 am

Spruce Run Recreation Area, 68 Van Sykel’s Road, Clinton, NJ

Click HERE to register online

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ClothingDriveNORTH Football Program is hosting a CLOTHING Drive

Saturday, August 29th (7a-12:00p) Please place bags atthe Field House
(under the roof)
Clothing, Linens, Bedding, Shoes, Purses, Belts, Hats,Mittens, Soft Toys, Stuffed Animals
Please No Electronics, Books, Yard Toys, Glass Items, Dishes, Pots, Pans, Bikes, Furniture Any questions
Contact Dina

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NHHS-Fall-Sports-AD-Flyer-Guide-2015Place An Ad In the NHHS Fall Sports Program Guide 2015!

Get in on the Action for the Fall 2015.

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KristinaHarrellNorth Hunterdon girls basketball has productive trip across state lines at Sportsfest. Kristina Harrel made the all-tournament team as reward for a big weekend for North Hunterdon, which had its boys team reach the Round of 16 at the A-Town Throwdown. Thorsen also acknowledged Claudia Maira and Jordan Beneducci for productive outings.

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TaylorDansonGoalieNorth Hunterdon rising senior goalie Taylor Danson was selected for the 2016-17 Girls event.

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Dr-Spencer-MOA On Friday, September 4, 2015 all North Hunterdon High School fall 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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The following NHHS girls lacrosse players have been named to the 2015 US LACROSSE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL ALL ACADEMIC TEAM!

  • Grace Plassche US-LAX
  • Kelsey Shelofsky
  • Breanna Cavanaugh
  • Taylor Danson
  • Caroline Coleman
ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM QUALITY DEFINITION A US Lacrosse All-Academic Team member is a player who exhibits exemplary lacrosse skills, good sportsmanship on the field, and represents high standards of academic achievement in the classroom. This player should also have left her mark beyond the lacrosse field and the classroom by making significant contributions of service to the school and/or community.
Click HERE to review all of the players selected in the nation.

Congratulations Ladies!!
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Click HERE to review the college selection post on the North Hunterdon HS Athletic website.


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eve12EggHarborlayding6EggHarborCongratulations to the Boys and Girls Track and Field teams at the Group 4 Championship at Egg Harbor over the weekend.

 Other Boys Highlights below:

    Event     Place     Athlete     Result
   M 1600m Finals    7    Samuel Layding    4:19.17
   M 3200m Finals    3    Samuel Layding    9:26.16
   M 400H Finals    10    Eric Moul    56.11
   M Discus Finals    17    Austin Wilson    127-01.00
 Other Girls Highlights below:                           

   Event    Place    Athlete    Result
   F  1600m Finals    11    Anna DiMarcello    5:13.12
   F  3200m Finals    1    Eve Glasergreen    10:32.04
   F  3200m Finals    16    Kelsey Farbanish    11:33.46
   F  400H Finals    18    Medeline Wolf    1:07.67
   F Discus   Finals    11    Taylor Rogers    107-05.00
   F Discus   Finals    22    Hailey Foster    92-07.00
   F High  Jump Finals    7    Skyler Farrand    5-02.00
   F Shot  put Finals    20    Abby Grunden    33-03.75


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