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LionSwimmingCongratulations to the girls swim team for breaking 2 school records in their meet against Ridge on 12-16-14, each one by over 3 seconds. Claire Lee broke the in the 200 Individual Medley record, and the 200 Medley Relay team of Claire, Carmen Kuo, Maddie Hynoski, and Emily Murphy broke their own record, and their time also qualified them to swim in the Meet of Champions in March.  Congratulations girls!

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ucaThe North Hunterdon Varsity Cheerleaders won Silver Medals at the Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex competition on Saturday night with an amazing performance.
They also earned a First Place Trophy, competing against 10 teams in the Large Varsity division at the UCA Regional Competition at Kutztown University on Sunday, winning an automatic bid to the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, FL in February 2015.
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AppleBeesApplebee’s Flapjack Fundraiser – Saturday, December 20

Back by popular demand!!
Join us for a merry breakfast between 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM at Applebee’s in Flemington.  Our own NHHS music students will perform live, seasonal songs and serve patrons a delicious breakfast. This annual NHMA fundraiser is a favorite among both parents and students. Embrace the spirit of the season!  Don’t miss this festive event! 

Click here:  Applebee’s Information and Tickets

Please have orders in by December 15.

 

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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, December 6, 2014 Location: North Hunterdon High School Cafeterias 8:30 a.m. (sign-in) to 12:45 p.m.

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Eve Glasergreen of North Hunterdon qualified for the Foot Locker National Championships with a great performance at Saturday 11/29/14 Foot Locker Northeast Regional meet at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.

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Dr. Jarrod SpencerOn Friday, December 12, 2014 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.

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Skyland-NewsSkyland Conference coaches announce 2014 fall All Stars

Note: Teams and names will get updated when information is available.

 

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Snow-IceDear Parents/Guardians:

As our region is now under a winter storm warning for tomorrow, I thought this would be a good time to send you a reminder regarding school closings, delayed openings, and early dismissals for inclement weather.

In the event of inclement weather in the morning, the Superintendent will make a decision about the status of school typically by 5:30am.  Once I receive the decision from the Superintendent, I will send out the automated phone, email and text messages to parents/guardians and staff members through School Messenger.  If you feel you may have missed the automated message and are unsure of the status of school for the day, the easiest way to check is to visit the district website, www.nhvweb.net, call the school’s main number (North-908-713-4199, Voorhees-908-638-2199) and choose option 9, or visit the schools’ Facebook page.  These three avenues are updated no later than 6:00am in the event of inclement weather.

If we have to dismiss school early due to inclement weather, this decision is typically made by 10:45am as we need to allow time for the buses to assemble. At that time, you will receive a message through School Messenger and we will update our website, Facebook pages, and outgoing phone message on the main line.

We also notify some radio and TV stations if we are closed, having a delayed opening or dismissing early.  Please click here for the list of media outlets.

Wishing you safe travels tomorrow!

Sincerely,

Maren Smagala

District Communications Coordinator

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EVE-MOC-11-22-14Congratulations to Eve Glasergreen taking third place with a time of 18:33 at the NJSIAA Girls Cross Country Meet of Champions on Saturday 11/22/2014. The Lady Lions team finished 7th overall – Great job Ladies!

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Congratulations to our fall coaches who were named Skyland Fall Coach of the year for their respective Division:

  • Tom Higgins – Boys Cross Country – Delaware Division
  • John Simpson – Boys Soccer – Raritan Division
  • Kelli Steele – Girls Tennis – Raritan Division

 

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Eve-wins-group4CCNorth Hunterdon senior Eve Glasergreen won the NJSIAA Group 4 meet individual championship Saturday at Holmdel Park.

Glasgergreen’s time of 18 minutes and 15 seconds was a personal best for her and came in 27 seconds of Hillsborough’s Stephanie Mauer in second.

Congratulations to Anna DiMarcello, Kelsey Farbanish, Emily Ehrhart, Kelley McCarten, Amber Caulfield, and Erin Kelley as the Lions team finished third as a team in the race with 131 points to Ridge’s 90 and Hillsborough’s 91, and all three Skyland Conference squads qualified as a team for next week’s Meet of Champions at Holmdel.

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Click HERE to review the video of Eve Glasergreen on NJ.com.

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Congratulations to the lions competitive cheerleading squad takes 2nd in the Delaware Division and 2nd Overall in the Skyland Conference Championship on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at Ridge H.S.
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Click HERE to review the North Hunterdon Fall National Letter of Intent Commitments.NLI

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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 Jan. 4. It is a worthwhile scholarship for eligible students. The deadline is December 15, 2014.

 

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Glasergreen-Sectional-2014Eve Glasergreen repeats and finishes 1st and Sam Layding finishes 3rd in Cross Country Sectionals. The Lady Lions Cross Country team Layding-Sectional-2014finishes 2nd and the North Boys finish 5th in the NJSIAA North 2 Group 4 Cross Country Sectional Finals on Saturday 11-8-14. The The Lions qualified for the state Group 4 meet by coming in second and fifth as a team.

North Hunterdon senior Eve Glasergreen’s time of 18 minutes and 10 seconds was 43 seconds better than runner-up Katie Delidow of Millburn.

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North Hunterdon senior Sam Layding finished third overall in the race in 15:57.

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NJFootballGOTWMilkBattleNJ.com/Star Ledger (James Kratch) chose our Milkcan game as the game of the week and they chose the award winners below: 

The Principals Award (Ron Peterson) – Voorhees Most Valuable Offensive Player: #2 Devan Thomas

The Principals Award (Rich Bergacs) – North Hunterdon Most Valuable Offensive Player: #13 Ryan McDonald

The Athletic Director Award (Al Stumpf) – Voorhees Most Valuable Defensive Player: #75 Alex Fischetti

The Athletic Director Award (John Deutsch) – North Hunterdon Most Valuable Defensive Player: #42 Brandon Kubick

The Superintendent’s Award (Dr. Charles M Shaddow) – The Milkcan Most Valuable Player: #7 Matt Schaedel.

The Milkcan stays with North Hunterdon HS.

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JakeFerrangEnrique Melendez curled home a 55th-minute shot from 15 yards to lift fifth-seeded North Hunterdon over fourth-seeded Phillipsburg, 1-0, for the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Boys Soccer Tournament championship on Saturday at Warren Hills Regional.​ Jake Ferrang was voted the Tournaments Most Valuable Player.

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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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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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