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MeinersSlusarDiamondCongratulations to the Lady Lions softball team as they defeated Warren Hills 4-2. Melissa Meiners put the Lions on top 2-1 with an RBI double into right field in the fourth inning. Lindabery was 2-for-3 with an insurance RBI single in the sixth inning. Sophomore pitcher Angie Slusar was strong in the circle for the Lions. She struck out nine and allowed five hits in the game.

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RandyGrzankowskiAndrew MeinersRandy Grzankowski pitched a complete game (6 inning) 5 hit shut out. Andrew Meiners was 2-2 with a HR, 1B, 2 RS and 4 RBI’s. Shayne Fontana was 3-3 with a double, BB and 3 RS. Tom Schumacher went 1-2 with a triple and 2 BB. John Wilson was 1-1 with an RBI 2B. Tim Heard went 2-3 with a 2B with a BB and 1 RBI. Jeff Guile had an RBI FC in the 4th.

 

 

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Carly SeveriniHR-NJSIAA-SemisCarly Severini went 4-for-4 with three doubles and Angie Slusar pitched a five-hitter Wednesday to pace North Hunterdon an 8-3 win over Hunterdon Central.

Isabella Many and Faith Lindabery each drove in two runs for the Lions. Many, Megham Graham and Melissa Meiners had two hits each.

 

 

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penn-relays-logoA big congratulations to the Girl’s Track & Field team today.  The 4X800 team of Anna DiMarcello, Eve Glasergreen, Carmen King, and Kelley McCarten qualified for the Penn Relays last Saturday as they won the Skyland Relays and ran a time of 9 minutes 36 seconds to qualify.  The girls are one of 70 teams in the country to qualify.  Also, congratulations to Eve Glasergreen as she qualified for the prestigious 3000 meter race.  Eve is one of 25 girls in the country to qualify for that race.  Great job girls!

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MaddyWolfCongratulations to the Track and Field team at the Skyland Relays – The ladies took 5th and the guys took 6th overall. Highlights–boys win distance medley (Layding,  Finer, Sellaro,  Wright). Girls win 4×8 (and most likely make it to the Penn relays. Maddy Wolf runs to victory in her heat of the girls Intermediate Hurdle Relay during the Skyland Conference Relays.

Click HERE to review the results on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the Live Updates on NJ.com.

 

 

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MelissaMeinersAngieSlusarMelissa Meiners had two hits and two RBI’s including the game winner and Angie Slusar got the win to lead the Lady Lions softball team to a 7-6 victory over Voorhees at North.

 

 

 

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TaylorDansom100Nicole Perez had 4 goals and Taylor Danson had 15 saves to lead the Lady Lions to a 12-11 win over Hopewell Valley. Taylor Danson collected her 100th career save in the game.

Click HERE to review the Girls Lacrosse: Statewide stat leaders for Saturday, April 11 article in NJ.com. Taylor Danson 15.

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NHGOLFThe North Hunterdon golf team defeated Phillipsburg 192 to 244. Kevin Johnson shot a 32; Kenny Horoho 39; Matt Rotolo 39; Sam Kuster 40 and Andrew Newman 42. All the North golfers shot lower than the lowest score on the Phillipsburg team.

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JustinLee2. Justin Lee and Grant Davis, North Hunterdon

Lee and Davis started off with a rough 6-1 loss in the first set of their first doubles match. The pair rebounded though in the next two sets to seal a 3-2 victory for North Hunterdon over Gill St. Bernard’s.

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​Tim Heard hit a grand slam in the second inning to give North (5-0) a 9-3 lead. He finished 3-for-3 with five RBI. Andrew Meiners also hit a homer and Shayne Fontana doubled. Randy Grzankowski allowed one run and two hits over 4 2/3 innings, struck out seven, and walked one to earn the win. North Hunterdon scored nine of its 14 runs in the second inning​. 

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Maggie Swan struck out 11 and allowed only two hits as North Hunterdon went on the road and handled Franklin 9-0 on Wednesday. Meghan Graham went 2-for-5 with two RBIs for the Lions. Melissa Meiners, Isabella Many and Carly Severini each added two hits for North Hunterdon.

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Click HERE to review the photos on NJ.com.

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NicolePerez14North Hunterdon (1-3) picked up their first win of the season, Nicole Perez led North Hunterdon with four goals in a 16-9 win over Somerville in Annandale. North Hunterdon trailed 7-5 at halftime, but outscored Somerville 11-2 over the final 25 minutes to pick up the win. Breanna Cavanaugh and Grace Plassche each notched three goals and two assists for North Hunterdon. Abby Miller added two goals. Shannon Gurreri, Jenna Macri, Emma Corcodilos and Caroline Coleman chipped in with one goal apiece. Taylor Danson made nine saves in the win.

 

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Brando VotekGettysburgCongratulations to North Hunterdon basketball standout Brandon Votek for committing to Gettysburg College.

Click HERE to review his career statistics.

 

 

 

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NHHS-Baseball-Team-2015ShayneFontanaHitShayne Fontana pitched 6.1 strong innings and was 2-for-4 with a home run and two runs Thursday as North Hunterdon held on for a 5-4 victory over Pope John. Andrew Meiners’ RBI triple keyed a three-run fifth inning for North Hunterdon. Josh Grunden relieved Fontana and recorded the last two outs to preserve the win.

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SeanWood3The North Hunterdon High School boys lacrosse team took an 11-0 lead in the first half and cruised to a 15-2 victory over Delaware Valley on Thursday night at Singley Field.

Sean Wood paced the Lions with four goals. Rory Alpaugh, Rob Marron and Griffin Middleton each tallied a pair of goals.

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Carly SeveriniHR-NJSIAA-SemisCarly Severini went 3-for-4 with a home run, two runs and three RBIs as North Hunterdon posted a 14-5 home victory over Phillipsburg on Wednesday to open the season. Meghan Graham added three hits, three runs and two RBIs for the Lions.

JohnWilson-PitcherJohn Wilson pitched a one-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts and Austin Arndt delivered a two-run double Wednesday to power North Hunterdon to a 9-0 victory over Phillipsburg.

Wilson had a perfect game through five innings and had his no-hitter broken up with two outs in the seventh. Tim Heard also drove in two runs for the Lions and Shayne Fontana smashed an RBI triple.

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Skyland Conference boys tennis season preview, 2015

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CarlySeverini2015BellMany2015Click HERE to review the article in the LehighValleyLive.com.

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Softball: Severini the key as North Hunterdon defends state title

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TomSchumacher-NJsBestShayneFontana5-19-14Click HERE to review the article in New Jersey Hills.com.

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LV-AthleteoftheyearLehighValleyLive Athlete of the year. You can vote once a day. Click HERE to review the criteria and vote. Last year, North Hunterdon’s Allison Lane was chosen for her dominate play in Volleyball, Basketball and Lacrosse.LaneTrain

 

 

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ApprovatoClick HERE to review the article n LehighValleyLive.com.

 

 

 

 

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TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT:

NAME SPORT COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY
Andrew Meiners Baseball NJIT
Shayne Fontana Baseball Kean University
Katie Primatic Volleyball The College of William   & Mary
Samuel Layding Cross-Country/T&F Lehigh University
Ryan Pomrinca Wrestling Lehigh University
Mike Sicola Wrestling Gardner Webb University
Frank Januzzi Football Moravian College
Brandon Kubik Football Delaware Valley University
Eve Glasergreen (not pictured) Cross-Country/T&F Cornell University

THIRD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT:

Randy Grzankowski Baseball Kean University
Austin Arndt Baseball Kean University
Rikki Goodman Baseball North Hampton Community   College
Tim Heard Baseball Moravian College
Thomas Schumacher Baseball Lehigh University
Maddie Hynoski Girls Swimming TCNJ
Warren Watkins Football Mississippi Valley State
Ryan McDonald Football Tufts University

SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT:

Grace Plassche Girls Lacrosse Brown University
Breanna Cavanaugh Girls Lacrosse Wesleyan University
Emma Corcodilos Girls Lacrosse Richard Stockton University
Connor Baucom Boys Lacrosse Kean University
Thomas Gallo Boys Lacrosse Richard Stockton University
Hogan Laskey Boys Lacrosse Richard Stockton University
Jacob Sieber Boys Lacrosse NJIT
Liam Pearson Boys Lacrosse Wheaton College(MA)

FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT:

Albert Zhang Fencing Columbia University
Carly Severini Softball Boston College
Hailey Stine Girls Basketball Drew University
Carolyn Giordano Girls Basketball University of Scranton
Megan Conner Girls Basketball Suffolk University
Kayla Sible Competitive Cheerleading Seton Hall University
Kelsey Sible Competitive Cheerleading Seton Hall University
Brynn McDonald Girls Soccer Montclair State
Ryan Sweeney Hockey Siena College

 

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HandelCongratulations to the Head Girls Swimming Coach Lauren Handel for being selected as the Skyland Conference Raritan Division Girls Swimming Coach of the year for 2014-2015.

 

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Sam-3200mChampClick HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

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Girls-Swim-MeetCongratulations to the members of the girls team who competed at the NJSIAA meet of champions this weekend. The medley relay team of Claire Lee, Emily Murphy, Maddie Hynoski, and Jess Teipel broke our school record during Saturday’s competition, great job girls!

 

 

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MikeSicolaD17After a second and third at the regions his freshman and sophomore seasons, North Hunterdon’s unbeaten senior 126-pounder Ryan Pomrinca finished the region part of his career with his second title. Pomrinca beat Somerville junior Evan Drill 3-1. Pomrinca was third in the state last season at 126 and was seventh as a freshman at 113. Pomrinca became the winningest wrestler in Hunterdon/Warren County history on Friday night. Mike Sicola, Brian Smolinsky and Derek Ciavarro punch tickets to AC.

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Click HERE to review the Region 5 Brackets on LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the Region 5 Homepage on NJ.com.
Click HERE to review the Ryan Pomrinca article on NJ.com.
Click HERE to review the Ryan Pomrinca 2nd article on the CourierNews.com.
Click HERE to review the Ryan Pomrinca 3rd article on the CourierNews.com.
Click HERE to review the Wyatt Vrancken article on LehighValleyLive.com.
Click HERE to review the Wyatt Vrancken article on LehighValleyLive.com.

 

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HWS2015North Hunterdon High School is looking forward to hosting the 2015 HWS Girls Basketball Championship on Friday, February 27th. Please note the following details:

  • Game times: 6:00 pm
  • Ticket Prices: NO PASSES ACCEPTED 
    • $5.00 Adults
    • $3.00 Students/ Senior Citizens
  • The scoreboard will reflect Phillipsburg as Home and Hunterdon Central as visitors.
  • Phillipsburg Girls will be the HOME Team and wear WHITE uniforms. Hunterdon Central Girls will be the VISITORS and wear DARK uniforms.
  • The Phillipsburg Pep Band was approved to perform at the game by the HWS Association.
  • Click HERE to review the program.
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Eve Glasergreen takes 2nd and Sam Layding takes 5th in the 3,200m at the NJSIAA MOC Track and Field Championships.

Click HERE to review the Boys Indoor Track article in NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the Girls Indoor Track article in NJ.com.

 

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    • MikeSicolaD17Congratulations to the Wrestling team as they won District 17. The following wrestling won Gold medals:
      126-Ryan Pomrinca
      145-Derek Ciavarro
      152-Brian Smolinsky
      160-Mike Sicola – Won Outstanding Wrestler Award.

North Hunterdon advanced 10 wrestlers to the Region 5 tournament, which begins Wednesday 2/25/15 at Hunterdon Central. North Hunterdon’s Jason Hawk and Voorhees’ Brian Baumann shared the District 17 assistant coach of the year award honors.

Click HERE to review the North Hunterdon’s Ryan Pomrinca ties Hunterdon/Warren wins record at District 17 on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the North Hunterdon’s Recap at District 17 on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the North Hunterdon trumps rival Hunterdon Central at District 17 tournament article on LehighValleyLive.com.

Click HERE to review the District 17 Brackets on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the District 17 Live Updates on NJ.com.

Click HERE to review article on Brian Smolinsky on NJ.com.

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Eve and Sam take 2nd in the 3,200m at the NJSIAA Group 4 Track and Field Championships. Eve ran 11:01.34 and Sam ran 9:20.37. The girls team took 13th place overall and the Boys 12th.

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

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Green&GoldWrestlerCongratulations to the North Wrestlers as they defeated Watchung Hills in the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 5 Sectional Final Round. They will face Hunterdon Central in the Group 5 Finals on 2/15/15. North Hunterdon won its 14th sectional title and will be competing for its fifth group title.

Click HERE to review the Game report of the match on NJ.com.
Click HERE to review the article in LehighValleyLive.com.
Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com.
Click HERE to review the 2nd article in NJ.com.
Click HERE to review the Final Group 5 bracket/schedule on NJ.com.

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NH_Basketball-AWARENESS-BackNH-Basketball-AWARENESS-logoThe North Hunterdon Lady Lions Basketball team along with the Girls Basketball Booster Club will generously pay tribute to the courageous women battling breast cancer in our country as they face the Hunterdon Central Lady Red Devils on February 24, 2015 – Freshmen 3:45pm, JV 5:15pm and Varsity 7:00pm. The game slogan will be “Join the fight – One shot at a time” and the girls will be wearing shirts that have a J.H.” on their right sleeve in honor of Jennifer Hoban, Kathleen and Meghan Hoban’s mother, who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer 2 weeks ago.

We ask that fans wear “Pink” to support Breast Cancer Awareness or “Purple” to support Pancreatic Cancer Awareness. We will also be recognizing our Lady Lion Basketball and our Cheer Dance Pom seniors prior to the start of the game.

There will be contribution canisters when you walk into the game so please be kind and help fight these deadly diseases.

The American Cancer Society estimates that 232,670 American women will receive breast cancer and 22,890 a pancreatic diagnosis in 2014-2015. Breast cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer in women. It is the leading cause of cancer death among women of all races and populations.

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North-Wrestling-Coaches-2015Ryan Pomrinca, Matthew Mohan and Brian Smolinsky had pins and Derek Ciavarro had a major decision to lead the Lions wrestling team to a 52-15 over Westfield in the NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group 5 Semifinals.

The Lions will host Watchung Hills in the NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group 5 Finals this Friday Night (2/13) at 7pm in the Lions Den.
  • Click HERE to review the Game Report.
  • Click HERE to review the NJSIAA NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group 5 Bracket on NJ.com.
  • Click HERE to review the article 9 things you need to know about Friday’s state sectional finals on NJ.com.
  • Click HERE to review the Individual Wrestling Rankings on LehighValleyLive.com.
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DavetheRaveBDAY2014DavetheRaveBirthday2-18-14b“Dave the Rave” Robbins 69h Birthday Celebration!! Tuesday, February 17, 2015 Rescheduled for Wednesday, February 18 2015 Hosted by: The North Hunterdon Booster Club

During the halftime of the 7pm Varsity Boys game against Warren Hills, Dave will be shooting his famous half court shots, we will sing to him and cupcakes will be passed out to all who are celebrating with us. We will also be celebrating Boys Basketball and Cheer Tech Senior Nights prior to the start of the game.

We will have a 50/50 and an additional money collection which will be donated to the Special Olympics in Dave’s honor. The Booster Club will donate $50 to Special Olympics for all the shots Dave makes at halftime – Great job Tera :)

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LionSwimmingCongratulations to the girls swim team, who continued their great season streak by beating Rutgers Prep on 2/10/15 and giving us the Skyland Conference Raritan Division Championship for the second year in a row. Congratulations on an exciting season girls!

Click HERE to review the Girls in the Top 10 Rankings article in LehighValleylive.com.

 

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NHHS-Cheer-UCA-2015bCONGRATULATIONS to the North Hunterdon varsity cheerleaders at the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando,  Florida!
They ranked in the top 2 teams at preliminaries, moving directly to finals. They performed an incredible routine to rank in the Top 10 in the USA in the Large Varsity division. We are so proud!

Click HERE to see all the Large Division results.

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HaleyStineHailey Stine scored a game-high 16 points, hitting two 3-pointers, and Carolyn Giordano added 13 to lead seventh-seeded North Hunterdon to a 56-51 upset victory over second-seeded High Point in the first round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament in High Point.

Kristina Harrel had 12 points for North Hunterdon, which outscored High Point, 28-20, in the second half.

Click HERE to review the article in the Courier News.

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BrandonVotekonFireThe Lions benefitted from balanced scoring. While Brandon Votek, the team’s leading scorer at 13.1 points per game, finished with 12 points, he had plenty of help. Fellow senior Doug Brightly chipped in with nine points and five other North Hunterdon players finished with six points, leaving the Rangers unable to key on just one or two players defensively.

Click HERE to review the article in NJ.com.

Click HERE to review the DelSantro brothers article in NJ.com.

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drjarrodOn Friday, March 6, 2015 all North Hunterdon High School Spring 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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