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           Milk Can Showdown – 11/7

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  • Milk Can game is at North Hunterdon HS. on Friday 11/7/14 7:15pm. Note: If you plan on attending the game, please refrain from parking on both sides of Regional Road. DO NOT park on people’s lawns. Please carpool if you can.
  • Pregame – North Hunterdon and Voorhees Band, Football and Cheerleader Senior Night Recognition.
  • Halftime North Hunterdon Band Senior Night Recognition.
  • The NHHS Booster Club will have the Snack Shack open for food and beverages.
  • Click HERE to review the Milkcan Game Story/Facts.
  • Click HERE to Get ready for the Milk Can Pep Rally and Game – WHITE SALE sponsored by the GLAX UC
  • Spirit Week begins on 11/3/14.
  • Senior vs. Juniors Powder-Puff Football Game on North Turf Monday 11/3/14 at 5:30pm.
  • Milk Can Pep Rally is on Wednesday 11/5/14.
  • Football Seniors and Coaches Rotary Luncheon 11/7/14.
  • North Hunterdon Football Fans are asked to wear White and you will receive a North Hard Hat  while supplies last.

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NickEugenio2Click HERE to review the article in the HC Democrat.com.

 

 

 

 

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White-Foam-FingerClick HERE to review the Get ready for the Milk Can Pep Rally and Game – WHITE OUT sale sponsored by the GLAX UC.

 

 

 

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The Lions boys soccer team defeated Phillipsburg 2-1 and won out right the Skyland Conference Raritan Division over Montgomery HS. Michael Finer and Sean Rooney had a goal a piece to help clinch the division title for the Lions. The Lions will play Phillipsburg again on Saturday November 1st for the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Title.
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Click HERE to review the Box score.

Click HERE to review the first article in NJ.com.

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NHHS-Soccer-LogoAll four North Hunterdon penalty-takers – Sean Fluchel, Brandon Klisch, Michael Finer and Parker Hughes outscore Hunterdon Central during penalty kicks 4-2. Nick Eugenio had six saves to preserve the victory. North Hunterdon (11-5-3) will play fourth-seeded Phillipsburg in the tournament final on Saturday 11/1 at Warren Hills HS 5 p.m.

Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

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The Lady Lions Volleyball win the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex County Volleyball Tournament 2-0 against Hunterdon Central.

KatiePrimaticThe Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex 2014 Volleyball Tournament Most Valuable Player chosen by the Star Ledger was: North Hunterdon #8 Katie Primatic.

HWSVBChamps2014Semifinal Rounds:
North Hunterdon 2
Voorhees 0
1. 25,20
2. 25,11

Championship Match:
North Hunterdon 2
Hunterdon Central 0
1. 25-19
2. 27-19

Click HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.
Click HERE to review the HWS Volleyball website.
Click HERE to review the HWS Volleyball bracket.

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MollyStockwellMolly Stockwell came in 3rd place out of 40 girls on beam with a score of 9.25.

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Jamie-RuggieroJamie Ruggiero scored the game winning goal in overtime as Molly Walsh tied the game as North Hunterdon defeated Montgomery, 2-1, on Senior Night.

Christina Chamberlin and Emily Fiorelli picked up an assist apiece. Liz Rotolo made seven saves for North Hunterdon.

Jenna Bendinelli scored off an assist from Jillian Farley for Montgomery. Katie Moyle stopped six shots.

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KatiePrimaticThe William and Mary recruit had a monster game against Livingston, recording 17 kills. The Lions are No. 1 in Group 4 in NJ.com’s latest listing.

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Countdown to Lions vs. Blue Devils

        Homecoming Showdown – 10/24 

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  • Halftime after the Golden Lions band – Recognition of the 2014 Homecoming Court and Announcement of the Queen.
  • Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 25th, 6pm in the Main gym and announcement of the King.
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Matt Mohan had two goals and an assist as fifth-seeded North Hunterdon defeated top-seeded and previously undefeated Hackettstown, 3-1, in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament quarterfinals in Hackettstown.

Michael Finer added a goal for North Hunterdon, which has won nine of its last 11 games, and Nick Eugenio made six saves. Steve Jaxheimer scored a first half goal for Hackettstown.

The Lions will travel to Hunterdon Central on Saturday, October 25 1pm to face the Red Devils in the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Semifinals.

 

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Eve-1st-HWS-2014The Girls Cross Country Team takes second place and the Boys take third place in the 2014 Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Cross Country Championships.

“Congratulations to the Girl’s Cross-Country Program for their strong showing yesterday at the Hunterdon Warren Sussex Championships.  Varsity placed 2nd, and JV Placed 1st.  Individually Sarah Conti won the Freshmen Race, Emelia Maslanka won the JV Race, and Eve Glasergreen defended her title and won for the 2nd straight year  by rolling to victory in 18:27.6.  Anna DiMarcello also medaled in Varsity and placed 6th overall.  Keep up the good work girls!!  Great job!”
Congratulations to the members of the Boys’ Cross Country team on their performances yesterday at the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Meet. Our Freshman team won, our JV team placed second, and our Varsity team placed third. Special congratulations go out to Samuel Layding (placing third), Tom DeAngelis, Austin Frank, Braden Haris, Matt Chang, Ben Bavaro, and Ethan Blake for placing in the top ten of their individual races. Extra special congratulations to Joe Gallo for winning the freshman championship.

Click HERE to review article in LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the 2nd article in LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

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SeanRooneySean Rooney scored two goals to lead North Hunterdon to a 4-3 victory over Watchung Hills in Annandale.

Matt Ferraro and Enrique Melendez each had a goal for North Hunterdon, which has won four straight, five of its last six and eight of its last 10 games.

Michael Finer, Parker Hughes, Jake Ferrang and Alex Wong each had an assist for North Hunterdon.

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

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KatiePrimaticKatie Primatic and Libby Cimei lead the Lady Lions to victory last night by defeating Hunterdon Central 2-1. Katie had 7 kills, 4 blocks, 15 Digs and 2 assists while Libby had 12 assists and Sherrie Wang finished with 15 digs.

Click HERE to review the box score in NJ.com.

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RyanMcDonaldProfileClick HERE to vote for Ryan McDonald as one of the States’ best quarterbacks.
You can vote as many times as you want between now and 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 20.

Ryan McDonald has played well in his first year as the starter, throwing for 986 yards and five touchdowns and rushing for 257 yards and six scores.

 

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Red-Ribbon-Week-Oct23Red-RibbonNational Red Ribbon week starts Oct 23 thru Oct 31st. The theme is “Love Yourself….Be Drug Free.”

Click HERE to review the red Ribbon Week website.

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JordanDitzelDitzel finished with 151 yards and a touchdown on 33 carries, Rob Marron provided a much-needed defensive highlight with a first-half pick-six, and North Hunterdon escaped with a 32-20 victory on Saturday at Hub Stine Field in Plainfield. Ryan McDonald went 8-for-16 for 209 yards and a TD and ran for a 1-yard score.

Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the article in MyCentralJersey.com.

 

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Samuel LaydingSamuel Layding finished fourth in the Varsity A race at the Reebok Manhattan Cross Country Invitational Saturday afternoon at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. Layding covered the 4,000-meter course in 13 minutes. The Lions varsity finished fifth, JV third and the Freshmen took First Place.

Click HERE to review the article in LehighValleylive.com.

 

 

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MichaelFinerMichael Finer’s two goals and an assist powered fifth-seeded North Hunterdon to a 3-1 victory over Lenape Valley in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in Stanhope.

Matt Ferraro added a goal and two assists for North Hunterdon and Nick Eugenio had three saves. Brandon Zeas scored in the 50th minute for Lenape Valley and Matt Ellingworth made eight saves.

The lions will travel to Hackettstown on Saturday 10/18 in the Quarter Finals of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament.

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BSoccervsBurgClick HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.

 

 

 

 

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North-OrnamentClick HERE to review the information for the Field Hockey Booster Club Ornament Sale 2014.

 

 

 

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eveEve Glasergreen of North Hunterdon, who announced at the meet that she will attend Cornell, won the girls A race in a Holmdel PR of 18:33. She posted the second-best time of any girl at the massive meet at HolmdelPark, winning the Varsity A race in 18:33. That would have won the “elite” race by 23 seconds. North Hunterdon finished fourth as a team with 118 points

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LukeFogelRyan McDonald passed for 219 yards and a touchdown and ran for 60 yards and two scores as North Hunterdon blew out Scotch Plains 45-14 on Thursday night.

Jordan Ditzel rushed 17 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions, who improved to 3-1 on the season.

Luke Fogel had 111 receiving yards and a 55-yard touchdown catch for North Hunterdon.

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Celebrate CoachBooster-Breakfast-2014On behalf of the North Hunterdon High School Administration, we are thanking you for organizing the Annual Coaches breakfast on October 17th for National Coaches Day.

The athletic program’s success at North Hunterdon High School is based on commitment by student-athletes, parents, coaches, and the school. Coaches dedicate themselves to hard work to improve their leadership skills and techniques while maintaining performance at practices. NorthHunterdonHigh School appreciates all the great support given to our athletic teams by the coaches, students, parent, faculty and Booster Clubs. 

It is parents like you with your continued hard work and dedication to the Athletic program that makes North Hunterdon High School successful.           

Keep up the good work.

Thank you

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MollyWalshFH​Congratulations to the Lady Lion Field Hockey team as they defeated Vernon Twsp. 2-0 in the FH-Win-HWS-9-27-14Preliminary Round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County Field Hockey Tournament. Molly Walsh set the stage by scoring twice to lead the Lions to victory. Liz Rotolo had 7 key saves to preserve the victory.
The Lions will travel to Voorhees on Friday October 3rd in the First Round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County Field Hockey Tournament. The game will be played at an earlier time due to the Yom Kippur celebration.

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JordanDitzelClick HERE to review the article in the Courier News.

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GeraAdomakoClick HERE to review the HWS Finals article in NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the HWS Semis-Quarters article in NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the HWS Girls Tennis website.

 

 

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EveGlasergreen-RealFastThe Lion senior ran the second-fastest time by a girl at Greystone Park’s 3.1-mile course Saturday morning, winning the senior race at the 35th NJCTC Bernie Magee Class Meet Championships in Morris Plains in 17:52.

Click HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the Athlete of the week article in NJ.com.

 

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EveGlasergreen-RealFastClick HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.

North Hunterdon High School senior Eve Glasergreen ran the second-fastest time by a girl at Greystone Park’s 3.1-mile cross country Saturday morning as she won the senior race at the 35th NJCTC Bernie Magee Class Meet Championships in Morris Plains.

Glasergreen posted a 17:52 time, winning the race by over a minute with Rumson-Fair Haven’s Rachel Lehnert at 18:59.

Frosh boys win frosh division at MageeThe Freshmen boys won the Freshmen division. Ray Sellaro and Joe Gallo go 1,2 in frosh race.  Sam Layding placed second in the senior race.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LION-COUNTRY-PAPERWORK

Click HERE for the North Hunterdon HS Athletic Medical Forms.

Click HERE for the Tentative Winter Sport Practice dates 2014-2015.

Revisions:
9-29-14: Revised Girls Basketball and Basketball Cheerleading
student coaches meeting dates.

10-14-14:
Revised Girls Winter Track meeting to next

Wednesday, October 22nd-2:35PM in room 135A.

10-20-14: Revised the Wrestling meeting to this Thursday, October
23rd in the wrestling room at 2:30PM in room.

Click HERE for the Physical and Parent Permission Dates for 2014-2015 Winter Sports.

 

 

 

 

 

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RyanMcDonaldProfileGreat job Ryan!

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Pomrinca-LehighClick HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.

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Jared-Mazzetta-HeadRyanMcDonaldProfileNorth Hunterdon went on the road to face Ridge, the reigning NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 5 champion, and left with a dominating 38-14 victory.

McDonald led the way for North Hunterdon with 105 passing yards and a touchdown, plus 71 yards rushing on seven carries. The Lions’ rushing attack was dominant, with Jordan Ditzel recording 26 carries for 130 yards and a TD, while Robert Marron ran for 120 yards and two TDs on eight tries. 

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Click HERE to review the article in MyCentralJersey.com.

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grngoldsoccerball2013 record: 9-8-1 overall

Players to watch: Sr. F Michael Finer, Sr. F Matt Ferraro, Sr. MF Jake Ferrang, Sr. MF Bailey Avecillas, Sr. MF Robert Suriano, Jr. MF Sean Rooney, Jr. MF Parker Hughes, Jr. D Brandon Klisch.

Outlook: Coach John Simpson is counting on several key returnees from last year to help his team’s offense this season. The Lions will need to find a way to replace some defensive talent they lost from last year. Simpson is in his 12th season.

From coach Simpson: “We were young last year and have several returning varsity players. I think we could be a dangerous offensive team. We have skill and speed.”

Click HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the article about Michael Finer dedicating his senior season to his Dad in NJ.com.

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RyanMcDonald-FballClick HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

“It feels good. I think we’ll be pretty good this year,” McDonald said of becoming the starter. “Our whole idea is to compete and come with a hard hat mentality. It’s been a lot of hard work in the weight room and on the practice field, a lot of competitions.”

 

 

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