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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.

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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.

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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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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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.”

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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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THIRD STAR: Amanda Ferrante, Jr., North Hunterdon

Ferrante picked up a crucial set victory to help North Hunterdon improve to 4-0. She jumped on Paige Paladini of Bernards early with a 6-2 victory, but Paladini rebounded to take the second set, 1-6. Ferrante quickly bounced back to take the third set 6-2.

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grngoldsoccerball2013 record: 4-12 overall, 2-10 Skyland Conference Delaware Division

Players to watch: Sr. GK Kelli Lieberman, Sr. F Brynn McDonald, Sr. D Ashley Bucher, Sr. MF Courtney Bucher, Jr. F Heather Tostevin, So. GK Olivia Ripnyak.

Outlook: As a new coach last fall, Matt Maurella got his initiation in the Skyland Conference’s Delaware Division, which usually features at least five of the top 20 teams in the state. Maurella chalks 2013 up to a learning experience for both himself and his players. The Lions have 12 seniors returning and their biggest need will be, as it usually has been, scoring goals.

From coach Maurella: “There’s a new team dynamic of sorts since a lot of the girls now on varsity were on JV last year. We’ve pulled them up as a group and they seem to be meshing better. We want to spread the field, work the passing game and control the ball more as a team instead of just kick and run.”

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Jamie-RuggieroChristina Chamberlin scored the game-winning goal in overtime off an assist from Jamie Ruggiero to lead North Hunterdon over Watchung Hills, 2-1, in Warren.

Ruggiero scored the first goal for North Hunterdon and Molly Walsh picked up an assist on that goal. Liz Rotolo made four saves in the victory.

 

 

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HappyTennis2013 record: 6-10

Players to watch: Jr. Jess Graham, Jr. Amanda Ferrante, Fr. Kiera Horun, Sr. Sarah McDevitt, So. Hannah Trinity, Sr. Gera Adomako, So. Catrina Gutescu.

Outlook: The Lions return five of seven starters, and freshman Horun will start at the No. 3 singles spot. Graham and Ferrante will play the top two singles spots, Graham moving up from second singles and Ferrante from first doubles. McDevitt and Trinity, who played second doubles last year, will move up to No. 1 doubles. Adamako, who played No. 2 singles last year, will team with newcomer Gutescu at second doubles.

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Order Deadline: September 4, 2014

Estimated Delivery: 4 weeks AFTER the Order Deadline date!

All orders will be shipped directly to you!

FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $150.00!!

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Conference: Mid-State 38, Watchung Division

Coach: Jared Mazzetta (first season)

2013 record: 6-4 overall, 3-3 division

Returning starters: — Sr. RB/DB Jordan Ditzel, Sr. OL/DL Frank Januzzi, Sr. OL/DL Warren Watkins, Sr. WR/DB Luke Fogel, Sr. WR/DB Matt Schaedel, Jr. K Ryan Beadle, Jr. RB/DB Rob Marron.

Key returnees: Sr. OL/DL Kyle Straube, Sr. FB/LB Ben Sosidka, Sr. LB/TE Brandon Kubik, Sr. QB Ryan McDonald, Sr. WR Joe Montemurro, Jr. WR/DB Kyle Busher, Jr. OL Sam Kowal, Jr. OL/DL Christopher Patkochis, Jr. LB/TE Lorenzo Lemise, Jr. OL/DL Matt Thomas, Jr. WR/DB Josh McBriar, Jr. OL/DL Tyler Lardieri

Top newcomers: Sr. WR/DB Tom Gallo, Sr. WR/DB Nick Barro, Sr. TE/DL Joey Modzelewski, Sr. TE/DL Hogan Laskey, So. WR/DB Kayson Woolford, So. RB/LB Mitchell Finnegan

Home field: Cliff Singley Field

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North Hunterdon field hockeyClick HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

2013 record: 2-14-2 overall, 1-10-1 Raritan Division.

Players to watch: Sr. F Jamie Ruggerio, Sr. B Alyssa Bennett, Sr. M Grace Plassche, Sr. M Caroline Coleman, Jr. G Liz Rotolo

Outlook: Lions, who drop down to the Raritan Division, are looking for marked improvement in coach Sue Toke’s second year. The team’s inability to finish around the cage has been a major drawback the past few seasons. This may be the year North begins to climb its way back to respectability.

From coach Sue Toke: “The work ethic is really strong. I really think the team is coming together a little more. Last year was a big adjustment for all of us. It was a learning year. This year the kids all know what to expect. They’re buying into it a lot better.”

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Cheer-Summer-Champs-2014We are pleased to announce that the North Hunterdon Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Won the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) 2014 Camp Championships on August 18, 2014 in Chestnut Lake, PA.

The Varsity Team won Best Overall in the Cheer Division and Stunt/Dance Division in the Elite Category.

The Junior Varsity won the equivalent of Best Overall in the Junior Varsity Category.

There were over 500 girls representing schools from the Eastern United States who competed in this championship.

There were seven North Hunterdon Varsity cheerleaders who were selected to the prestigious All-American Team. The girls went through a formal try-out as the UCA staff evaluated the girls on their athleticism, cheer and dance abilities. The girls’ names are: Amanda Craig, Alana Healy, Lauren Kreutel, Olivia Reiner, Kayla Sible, Kelsey Sible, Kiersten Van Cleef.

The NHHS Cheer Program also won the highest honor of being selected as the “Top Banana” at camp, given to the cheer program that best demonstrates positive leadership.

Varsity Team: Kalliopi Anastasiou, Annelise Babcock, Aubrey Bartholomew, Tegan Berry, Amanda Craig, Alyssa Frey, Rachel Frey, Brighid Gibney, Alana Healy, Lexie Kassebaum, Chloe Kirchberger, Lauren Kreutel, Savanah Luker, Allie Neibling, Freya Puxted, Olivia Reiner, Madison Riley, Olivia Russillo, Kayla Sible, Kelsey Sible, Gemma St. Louis, Kiersten Van Cleef, Cassie Weller, Abigail Whalen, Courtney Wright, Caroline Zentmayer.

Junior Varsity Team: Elena Anastasi, Cailin Berry, Arianna Calhoun, Emily Eugenio, Jacquie Green, Mikaela Jenkins, Jacklyn Karpinski, Charleston Lavigne, Marissa Muench, Kayley Muench, Nicole O’Connell, Molly O’Rourke, Isabel Preito, Francesca Setaro.

The Varsity Team is coached by Lori Guida Schuetz and Meeghan Smolinsky. The Junior Varsity Team is coached by Nicole Heyl.

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Suzanne J. Cooley, Principal at Hunterdon Central Regional High School challenged North Hunterdon Principal, Dr. Richard Bergacs, to the ALS (Amyotrophic lateral Sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease”) challenge. See the results below:

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Dr. Bergacs has now challenged Ron Peterson – Principal at Voorhees HS, Adrienne Olcott – Principal at Delaware Valley HS and Jared Mazzetta – North Hunterdon Head Football coach.

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Principals-Newsletter-Aug-Sept-HeaderClick HERE to view the Principal’s AugustSeptember Back to School Newsletter 2014.

 

 

 

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Dr. Jarrod SpencerOn Friday, September 5, 2014 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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Dear Parents and Guardians,

We would like to WELCOME the Class of 2018 and their families!!!  The NHHS Booster Club is continually looking for members who are able to volunteer their time and efforts to support our student-athletes.  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.  Our fundraising throughout the year allows us to provide a banquet, a gift for all senior athletes and scholarships for one senior from each sports team. (The Varsity athletes vote for the senior teammate that set an example of leadership and sportsmanship throughout their season.)

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 spiritwear (t-shirts, sweatshirts, and sweatpants) can be purchased at Back to School nights, home Varsity Football games (at the shed next to our outdoor shack), and during the winter season at our indoor shack.  We will have also have an online clothing store (shirts, shorts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, and a sling bag) open from August 25-September 5.  We will reopen it again October-November for holiday sales.   An email will be sent out as a reminder.

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

THANK YOU and GO NORTH!!!!!

Tera Lunger, President

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JuliaWoodXPressCNGLAXPlayeroftheyEARJulia Wood is named honorable mention on the 2014 US Lacrosse All American Team!!

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Click HERE to review the criteria for being named on the US Lacrosse All American Team.

 

US Lacrosse Girls’ High School All-Academic Team:

New Jersey North Breanna Cavanaugh 2015 A North Hunterdon
New Jersey North Caroline Coleman 2015 A North Hunterdon
New Jersey North Madison Martino 2014 G North Hunterdon
New Jersey North Grace Plassche 2015 M North Hunterdon
New Jersey North Kelsey Shelofsky 2015 D North Hunterdon

 

 

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Distance runner of the year:North Hunterdon junior Eve Glasergreen exploded at the Group 4 meet when she won the 3,200 in a personal best 10:26.56. Less than a week later, she placed fifth in the event at the Meet of Champions in 10:36.47.

Hurdler of the year:Morgan Harvey on North Hunterdon completed her high school career with a strong season in the 400 hurdles. The Tennessee-bound Harvey won the event at sectionals (1:01.22) and groups (1:01.88), was second at the Penn Relays (1:00.2), and second to Union Catholic’s Sydney McLaughlin in 1:00.58 at the Meet of Champions.

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Lehigh Valley Girls Athlete of the Year Allison Lane LaneTrain

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