Click HERE for the article on Harvey looking for bright future | MyCentralJersey.com | mycentraljersey.com
Sean Walsh continued North Hunterdon’s successful cross-country tradition, winning its 15th Sectional title and first since 2001. North Hunterdon finished second in the Group 4 championship, and placed fifth at M of C.
Click HERE to review the article in the Star Ledger
The Voorhees-North basketball game this Thursday on 12/20 will be a fundraiser for Special Olympics. There will be places to make donations and there will also be raffle tickets being sold for a 50/50. All monies raised will go to Special Olympics. The Girls game is 5:15 and the Boys is 7pm.
Coach of the year: Tom Higgins led North Hunterdon to its first Skyland Conference title since 1998 when it defeated defending champion Hillsborough, 76-82, a second-place finish in North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4, a third at the state Group 4 meet, and a sixth-place finish at the Meet of Champions.
Click HERE to review the article in the Star Ledger
The North Hunterdon Varsity Cheerleaders won First Place at the Skyland Conference Cheerleading Championships on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at Ridge High School.
They defeated #1 Nationally Ranked Hunterdon Central, as well as #5 Nationally Ranked Delaware Valley, and 10 other teams for the title.
This is the first time in North Cheer’s history that they took First Place at this prestigious championship.
They also won First Place in the Raritan Division within the Conference. This is the fourth time that North Hunterdon won their division.
The North Hunterdon Varsity Cheerleaders won First Place out of 10 teams in the Large Varsity division competing at the UCA Regional at Kutztown University on Sunday, December 9. They won a bid to compete at the UCA National Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, FL in February. This is the first time in the North cheerleaders’ history that they claimed the Top Spot at Regionals. Congratulations to the Varsity Squad!
Click HERE for the article in lehighvalleylive.com
Click HERE for the article form LehighValleyLive.com
On Friday, December 14, 2012 all North Hunterdon High School winter 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.
Click HERE to review the Winter Sports Promo information.
Get in on the Action in the 2012
NHHS Winter Sports Program Guide!
- Click HERE to review the Cross Country Meet of Champions preview article on NJ.com.
- Click HERE to review the Boys Cross Country Meet of Champions results – North #6 on NJRunners.com.
- Click HERE to review the Girls Cross Country Meet of Champions results – North #5 on NJRunners.com.
- Click HERE to review the Cross Country Meet of Champions Notes and More – NJ.com.
Eve Glassergreen, North Hunterdon David Folsom, North Hunterdon
Julie Culley gave out awards to all the student-athletes. Below is a conversation quote to Athletic Director John Deutsch:
“Today was an incredible day for North Hunterdon cross country! It was an honor to be with both teams. It is so difficult to finish fifth and sixth in the state of New Jersey. It is such a rich state of talent. The boys and girls were absolutely incredible! I was so honored to be there!”
TEAMS: 1-North Hunterdon 31. 2-Hunterdon Central 75. 3-Ridge 77. 4-Westfield 113. 5-Bridgewater-Raritan 121. 6-Watchung Hills 131. 7-Phillipsburg 134. 8-J.P. Stevens 235. 9-Columbia 272. 10-Edison 280. 11-Franklin 311. 12-Perth Amboy 369.
INDIVIDUALS: 1-Marisa Ruskan, Bridgewater-Raritan, 18:14. 2-Eve Glasergreen, North Hunterdon, 18:27. 3-Kaitlyn Bedard, Hunterdon Central, 19:03. 4-Caitlyn Lavigne, North Hunterdon, 19:08. 5-Liz Newman, Ridge, 19:14. 6-Sarah Decker, Watchung Hills, 19:19. 7-Kaillie Winston, Watchung Hills, 19:21. 8-Chloe O’Malley, Ridge, 19:34. 9-Sally Falk, North Hunterdon, 19:49. 10-Megan Sergison, North Hunterdon, 19:50.
NORTH JERSEY, GROUP 4 SECTION 2
TEAMS: 1-Westfield 40. 2-North Hunterdon 57. 3-Hunterdon Central 83. 4-Ridge 110. 5-J.P. Stevens 146. 6-Phillipsburg 155. 7-Watchung Hills 190. 8-Bridgewater-Raritan 199. 9-Columbia 221. 10-Elizabeth 306. 11-Piscataway 312. 12-Dickinson 348. 13-Franklin 351.
INDIVIDUALS: 1-Matthew Luppino, Westfield, 16:08. 2-Nick Seibert, North Hunterdon, 16:13. 3-David Folsom, North Hunterdon, 16:15. 4-Kevin Smith, Westfield, 16:23. 5-Shaquille Sutherla, Dickinson, 16:23. 6-James Murphy, Ridge, 16:26. 7-David Mugavero, North Hunterdon, 16:29. 8-Philip Edwards, Westfield, 16:33. 9-Jimmy Heiner, Ridge, 16:33. 10-Stephen Verdi, Ridge, 16:38.
Click HERE to review the article North Hunterdon High School football team defeats archrival Voorhees to win Milk Can | lehighvalleylive.com.
Click HERE to review the Voorhees (13) vs. North Hunterdon (20) – Box Score.
- AD’s Award: Defensive MVP for Voorhees: Tyler Randolph
- AD’s Award: Defensive MVP for North Hunterdon: David Berry
- Principal’s Award: Offensive MVP for Voorhees: Nick Ruggiero
- Principal’s Award: Offensive MVP for North Hunterdon: Marc Monks
- Superintendents Trophy: Overall MVP of the Milk Can game: Eddie Delia
Click HERE to review the article
- The girls’ swimming ImPACT Test scheduled for tomorrow has been moved to Monday, November 12th in the library at 3:00 after school.
- Dance team and boy’s swimming ImPACT Test will also be given on Monday, November 12th in the library at 3:00.
- ImPACT Testing for boy’s swimming, girl’s swimming, and dance team will be given on Monday, November 12th in the library at 3:00.
- Winter sport medical paperwork must be turned into the health office or athletic training room. This obligation must be completed in order to be cleared medically for your respective sport.
Click HERE to review the article from the Express Times.
Katherine Campbell scored twice, assists by Miller Maddie, Kim Oldakowskiand Jillian Kennedy – who also played superb defense to and 15 saves by Kelly Gallagher lead North Hunterdon, the second seed in the lower bracket, to a 3-1 upset victory over top-seeded Pope John in the semifinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament on 10/20/12 in Sparta.
Hunterdon Central (11-7) will meet North Hunterdon in the final Saturday at 2 p.m. at Hunterdon Central on 10/27/12.
Katherine Campbell pumped in four goals as North Hunterdon defeated Newton, 4-2, in the quarterfinals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Annandale.
Kelly Gallagher made five saves for North Hunterdon (6-7), which is the second seed in the lower bracket. Alyssa Cronin and Kat Scheerer each scored for Newton (9-5-1), the third seed in the lower bracket.
Click HERE for the article in LehighValleyLive.com
Click HERE to review the article on LehighValleyLive.com
Position: No. 2 singles
Statistics: Dianora has won her last four matches all by 6-0, 6-0 scores. Her two losses this season include her second match of the year against Voorhees’ Dani Scrudato and in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament final at No. 2 singles. She has won eight straight regular-season matches, six by 6-0, 6-0. Dianora has not lost more than four games in a match since her H/W/S tournament loss.
Click HERE for the HCNews Article.
Click HERE to view the Gallery
Congratulations to the Boys’ Cross Country team on their performance on 9/29/12 at the Passaic County Coaches Invitational.
- Our Freshmen team placed first
- Our JV team placed first
- Our Varsity team placed first.
Great team effort and plenty of outstanding races.
Varsity Boys Group 4:
Click HERE for the article from LehighValleyLive.com
Statistics: A year removed from breaking the C7 vertebrae in his neck, Monks has become a record-setting passer. The Lions junior threw for a program single-game record 368 yards in a 34-31 win over Watchung Hills last Friday. He also tied the North Hunterdon record for most TD passes in a game with four.
Monks’ magic night:
North Hunterdon junior QB Marc Monks set a program single-game passing record with 368 yards in a 34-31 win over Watchung Hills. He broke Wes Martz’s 287-yard mark set in 1997 coincidentally against Watchung Hills Monks also tied Mike Leonardi’s four-touchdown effort (1994 vs. Watchung Hills) for most TD passes in a game.
Click HERE for the article from LehighValleyLive.com
Click HERE for the article from the Star Ledger
Click HERE for the article from | MyCentralJersey.com
Click HERE to review the article by Nj.com
The North tennis coaches are doing a Coaches vs. Cancer match on 9/28/12 against Oak Knoll. Kelli our coach purchased t-shirts for the girls through the booster club funds they raised. They’ve also distributed pledge forms so the JV and varsity girls so they can raise a certain amount of money for each game that they win. They are hoping to be able to make a nice contribution to cancer research!
Jullie Culley will be at North Hunterdon H.S. on Friday September 28, 2012 prior to our Football game vs. Plainfield H.S.
Click HERE for the article in the Star Ledger.
9-21-12: Marc Monks threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score when North Hunterdon rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat Watchung Hills, 34-31, in Watchung. Monk was 12-14 passing and threw for a total of 368 yards.
Monk set the school record for passing for 368 yards by passing Wes Martz record in 1997 of 287 and Monks tied another with 4 touchdown passes.
Drew Dickinson caught five passes for 141 yards and a touchdown, and Pete Dehkes had three catches for 111 yards and two scores for the Lions.
Football Heroes: The weekend’s top performances, Sept. 21-23 | NJ.com
Marc Monks, North Hunterdon, 13-24-368-4
Click HERE to review the article in | lehighvalleylive.com
Click HERE to view the prior web post on Julie Culley.
Click HERE to review her newspaper articles on her historic run.
Click HERE to view the Principal’s letter.
Eve Glasergreen wins the Petty Classic Fun Run
Congratulations to the Boys’ Cross Country team for placing 2nd in the large schools division of The Randolph Invitational on Friday night. Dave Mugavero placed 4th in the race with a time of 16:45.
Special congratulations also go out to sophomore Samuel Layding for taking 3rd place at the Petty Fun Run on Saturday in a time of 17:36.
TEAMS: 1-Ridge 93. 2-North Hunterdon 108. 3-Phillipsburg 126. 4-Middletown North 126. 5-Hunterdon Central 129. 6-North Rockland (NY) 164. 7-Montgomery 165. 8-Bridgewater 176. 9. Randolph 224. 10-Mount Olive 238.
INDIVIDUALS: 1-Andy Adamovics, Montgomery, 16:03.8. 2-Thomas O’Neill, Middletown North, 16:40.8. 3-Andrew Tedeschi, Montville, 16.38.9. 4-David Mugavero, North Hunterdon, 16:45.4. 5-David Reed, West Morris, 16:46.3. 6-Corey Taggert, Phillipsburg, 16:46.9. 7-Damian Feeney, North Rockland, 16:48.3. 8-James Murphy, Ridge, 16:49.2. 9-Jimmy Heiner, Ridge, 16:49.5. 10-Stephen Verdi, Ridge 16:49.8.