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Junior Erin Bigger Honored Sunday, January 13

On November 13, 2012, New Milford High School Junior Erin Bigger was selected by the members of the New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association as a North 1 Sectional All-Star.   She was honored at an awards assembly this past Sunday, January 13th at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ.

Lyndhurst (20) at New Milford (47) – Girls Basketball

Natalie Miller scored 17 points to lead New Milford to a 47-20 win over Lyndhurst in New Milford. Esmeralda Reyes netted 11 points and had six rebounds for New Milford. Vianca Soriano also pulled down six rebounds in the win. Read more…

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Wrestling: Young Secaucus team shows progress, but still struggles against New Milford

After four consecutive New Milford pins, all in less than a minute, Secaucus senior Nick Genatt bull-rushed Mike Urgiles once the whistle blew. Urgiles was taken by surprise, fell flat on his back and was pinned in just 11 seconds. Read more…

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North Jersey Interscholastic Conference girls basketball rankings, Jan. 27

Rankings reflect games played through Sunday, Jan. 25 NORTH JERSEY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE 1-Secaucus (13-0) 2-Lodi Immaculate (11-4) 3-Saddle River Day (10-4) 4-Ridgefield (9-4) 5-Cresskill (8-5) 6-Glen Rock (9-5) 7-New Milford (9-6) 8-Wood-Ridge (10-3) 9-Hasbrouck Heights (9-4) 10-Lodi (9-3) Braulio Perez may be reached at Follow him on Twitter @BraulioEPerez. Like HS sports on […]

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New Milford (20) at Westwood (42) – Girls Basketball

Samantha McClutchy had 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists to lead Westwood to a 42-20 victory over New Milford in the first round of the Bergen County Tournament in Washington Township. Emily Molk tallied 14 points and three rebounds for Westwood. Westwood outscored New Milford 17-0 in the first quarter. Read more…

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Girls Swimming: North Jersey Interscholastic Conference rankings for Jan. 24

North Jersey Interscholastic Conference rankings 1. Leonia2. Rutherford3. Harrison4. New Milford5. Lyndhurst6. Hasbrouck Heights7. Garfield8. Secaucus9. Lodi Immaculate Read more…

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Boys Swimming: North Jersey Interscholastic Conference rankings for Jan. 24

North Jersey Interscholastic Conference rankings 1. Rutherford2. Harrison3. Lyndhurst4. Leonia5. Secaucus6. New Milford7. Garfield8. Hasbrouck Heights Read more…

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New Milford (65) at Dwight-Englewood (85) – Boys Basketball

Jalen Carey hit 11 baskets — two from beyond the arc — to go along with nine free-throws for a team-high 33 points as Dwight-Englewood ran past New Milford, 85-65, in Englewood. Carey added six rebounds and five steals for Dwight-Englewood, which received 16 points and seven rebounds from Aaron Gates. Seon Layne contributed nine […]

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Girls basketball: Bergen County Tournament first round schedule, Jan. 24-25

SATURDAY, JAN. 24 Bergenfield at Lodi Immaculate, 10  Rutherford at Pascack Valley, 11  Indian Hills at Dumont, Noon  Ridgefield at Demarest, 2  Ramsey at Saddle River Day, 3  Hackensack at Cresskill, 3  Midland Park at Holy Angels, 3  Hasbrouck Heights at Ramapo, 3  Dwight-Englewood at Paramus Catholic, 3  Emerson Boro at Old Tappan, 4  New […]

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Queen of Peace (58) at New Milford (45) – Boys Basketball

Jeremy Joseph finished with 15 points and James Lia and Raphael Castillo scored 10 points apiece to lead Queen of Peace to a 58-45 victory over New Milford in New Milford. Read more…

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New Milford (50) at Queen of Peace (21) – Girls Basketball

New Milford topped Queen of Peace, 50-21, in North Arlington, behind Natalie Miller’s game-high 23 points. Lexy Monroy added 10 points for New Milford and Vianca Soriano chipped in eight points and nine rebounds. Allison Gaudenzi had nine points for Queen of Peace, which managed just two points each in the second and third quarter. […]

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