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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.

Final North Jersey Interscholastic Conference girls basketball rankings

NORTH JERSEY INTERSCHOLASTIC CONFERENCE 1-Lodi Immaculate (23-8) 2-Secaucus (27-1) 3-Saddle River Day (20-7) 4-Ridgefield (20-8) 5-Hasbrouck Heights (22-6) 6-Wood-Ridge (23-6) 7-Cresskill (19-9) 8-Glen Rock (21-7) 9-New Milford (15-12) 10-Lodi (16-8) Read more…

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Final North Jersey Interscholastic Conference girls basketball rankings

NORTH JERSEY INTERSCHOLASTIC CONFERENCE 1-Lodi Immaculate (23-8) 2-Secaucus (27-1) 3-Saddle River Day (20-7) 4-Ridgefield (20-8) 5-Hasbrouck Heights (22-6) 6-Wood-Ridge (23-6) 7-Cresskill (19-9) 8-Glen Rock (21-7) 9-New Milford (15-12) 10-Lodi (16-8) Read more…

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Final North Jersey Interscholastic Conference girls basketball rankings

NORTH JERSEY INTERSCHOLASTIC CONFERENCE 1-Lodi Immaculate (23-8) 2-Secaucus (27-1) 3-Saddle River Day (20-7) 4-Ridgefield (20-8) 5-Hasbrouck Heights (22-6) 6-Wood-Ridge (23-6) 7-Cresskill (19-9) 8-Glen Rock (21-7) 9-New Milford (15-12) 10-Lodi (16-8) Read more…

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North Jersey Interscholastic Conference boys tennis season preview, 2015

North Jersey Interscholastic Conference Boys Tennis Dwight-Englewood finished last season with a 20-2 record, which included a loss to Newark Academy in the Non-Public, North Jersey B final. Dwight-Engelwood returns with four starters from last year’s team, including the doubles team of Zachary Canelos and Martin Schecter. Saddle River Day ended its 2014 season with a […]

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Jeff Velez of Queen of Peace is NJ.com's NJIC Wrestler of the Year for 2014-15

Wrestler of the Year: A new setting didn’t change anything for Jeff Velez. The former Brearley standout transferred to Queen of Peace this season and lived up to all the expectations.  His performance in Atlantic City was gutsy and it took a heart-breaking overtime loss to eventual 195-pound champion Tyree Sutton of Keansburg in the semifinals to […]

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North Jersey Interscholastic Conference boys swimming season in review, 2014-15

SWIMMER OF THE YEAR: Alex Barszcz of New Milford/Dumont did not get much recognition throughout the year, but at the North Jersey Interscholastic Conference Championships, the Ramapo College-bound sprinter shined. Barszcz won a pair of individual events at that meet as he took first in 50-yard freestyle in 22.78 and the 100 free in a meet record 49 … […]

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North Jersey Interscholastic Conference girls swimming season in review and final rankings, 2014-15

Swimmer of the Year: Kim Sembrano, Hasbrouck Heights Sembrano finished 10th in the 100-yard backstroke (57.37) and 12th in the 200 individual medley (2:09.42) at the Meet of Champions. The senior also made a splash earlier in the year at the conference meet, winning the 200 IM (2:15.62) and 100 butterfly (1:03.95). Coach … Read more…

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Wrestling: Brick Memorial's Gianni Ghione upsets top-ranked Alec Kelly of St. Peter's Prep in 113-pound quarterfinal

ATLANTIC CITY — Brick Memorial sophomore Gianni Ghione used a pair of five-point throws in the second period and shocked top-seeded Alec Kelly of St. Peter’s Prep, 16-5, in the state quarterfinals Saturday. Ghione (35-2) a Region 6 runner-up, won his second bout in the NJSIAA/Rothman Institute Wrestling Championships at Boardwalk Hall. The win moves […]

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Wrestling: A great day to be from Brick – Memorial sends 4 to state semis, Township advances 2

Shore Conference sends 12 wrestlers to semifinals Read more…

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Steinert's Brandon Cray wins by injury default, reaches state quarterfinals

Steinert junior moves into state quarterfinals Read more…

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