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Pope John handles Wallkill Valley on the hardwood

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  • Pope John XXIII Regional High School (Sparta Township, New Jersey) defeated Wallkill Valley Regional High School (Hardyston Township, New Jersey) in boy's varsity basketball on Saturday, February 22, 2020. The final score was 58-47. Wallkill Valley Regional High School hosted the game. Mike Atta scored a game-high 21 points for Pope John. Shawn Falk scored a team-high 13 points for Wallkill Valley. Team records: Pope John Lions 6-16. Wallkill Valley Rangers 11-12.
  • 2/22/2020
  • Album ID: 2255758
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Voorhees edge High Point in tournament first round

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  • Voorhees High School (Hunterdon County, New Jersey) defeated High Point Regional High School (Sussex County, New Jersey) in boys varsity basketball on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The final score was 43-42. The Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament first round contest took place at High Point Regional High School. Brendan Franko was the leading scored for High Point putting in 19 points. Joe Sernas and Max Seals scored 12 points apiece for Voorhees. Team records: High Point Wildcats 11-8. Voorhees Vikings 8-10.
  • 2/11/2020
  • Album ID: 2254995
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Phillipsburg tops Newton in tournament 1st round

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  • hillipsburg High School (Warren County, New Jersey) defeated Newton High School in boys varsity basketball on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The final score was 51-41. The Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament 1st round contest took place at Newton High School. Colin Domzalski scored 18 points for Phillipsburg. Brandon Yale scored 15 points. Jeremy Abbott scored 7 points. Michael Gomez scored 4 points. Jacob Takacs scored 3 points. Aiden Harkin and Julian Couto scored 2 points apiece. Aaron Fantasia scored 13 points for Newton. J.D. Heller scored 10 points. Brian McKeown scored 9 points. Dylan Bailey scored 6 points. Donovan Thomas scored 3 points. Team records: Newton Braves 13-7. Phillipsburg Stateliners 4-14
  • 2/10/2020
  • Album ID: 2254903
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Newton slams South Hunterdon in tournament first round

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  • Newton High School (Sussex County, New Jersey) defeated South Hunterdon Regional High School (Hunterdon County, New Jersey) in girls varsity basketball on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The final score was 63-31. The Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament 1st round contest took place at Newton High School. Maddie Gore scored 24 points for Newton. Olivia Buckley scored 11 points. Amy Fehr scored 10 points. Caroline Fox scored 7 points. Taylor Squiers scored 6 points and Jessie Brannick scored 5 points. Mayce Fleming scored 8 points for South Hunterdon Regional. Team records: Newton Braves 13-7. South Hunterdon Eagles 11-8.
  • 2/10/2020
  • Album ID: 2254902
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Sparta-Jefferson United lose to Livingston at Skylands

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  • Livingston High School (Essex County, New Jersey) defeated Sparta-Jefferson United in varsity hockey on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The final score was 4-1. The game took place at Skylands Ice World in Stockholm, New Jersey.  Sparta-Jefferson United is a merged ice hockey team consisting of high school players from Sparta High School (Sussex County, New Jersey) and Jefferson Township High School (Morris County, New Jersey). Livingston's Michael Mumm scored the first goal of the game in the first period. Matthew Francescutto scored Sparta-Jefferson United's only goal. Team records: Livingston Lancers 9-6-5. Sparta-Jefferson United 4-10-3.
  • 2/9/2020
  • Album ID: 2254878
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

5th Grade Glen Meadow Experience Night - Vernon, NJ - 1/30/20

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  • 2/2/2020
  • Album ID: 2254476
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

St. Stephen – St. Edward School celebrates National Catholic Schools Week

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  • Beginning with a family Mass on Sunday, January 26 and concluding on Friday, January 31, St. Stephen – St. Edward Elementary School, 75 Sanfordville Road, joined parochial schools throughout the nation in the celebration of National Catholic Schools Week. Sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), the annual observance begins on the last Sunday in January and runs all week with open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners, and the public in general. The theme of this week long celebration, the 47th anniversary of Catholic Schools Week, was “Living in Harmony with God’s Creation.” Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of New York welcome students of all backgrounds and faiths. . St. Stephen - St. Edward School has been the parish elementary school of Saint Stephen the First Martyr Parish, serving children in grades Pre-K to Eight, since 1965. The school, which has a 15: 1 student to faculty ratio, offers Spanish lessons in classes Pre K to 8 along with enrichment, arts and athletic programs. There are currently 165 students and each student has his or her own lap top computer. St. Stephen – St. Edward School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and also AdvancED, a premier accreditation organization described as the world’s largest education community. “Our school is safe, secure and family orientated,” said Principal Bethany Negersmith. ”And in addition to all our regular classes we also offer advanced high school honors classes.” The school celebrated Catholic Schools Week this year with several programs including a series of events as teachers and children greeted visitors. The week began on Sunday at a 9 a.m. Mass followed by a free pancake breakfast prepared by members of the Knights of Columbus and later that afternoon a family Chili cook-off with games and refreshments. In addition to daily open house tours, teachers, volunteers and students were able to participate in many of the scheduled events ranging from a Character Day, where students and staff could dress like their favorite Book or movie character and a Crazy Hat, Socks and Tie Day to a pep rally and Grade-8 vs. staff volleyball game. The annual tuition for 2020-2021 is $5,975.00 payable in 12 monthly installments and heavily reduced amounts for families with more than one child. There are other considerations including financial assistance information that will be available by contacting the school. The Archdiocesan Family Grant for next year is $1,600.00 per eligible child. To arrange for a tour or request tuition information for the next school year call Principal Bethany Negersmith or Administrative Assistant Jill Lewis at 986-3533. Financial assistance and other additional information is also available at www.ApplyCatholicSchoolsNY.org For additional information about the school visit: www.ststephenstedward.org ward
  • 1/29/2020
  • Album ID: 2254245
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Pope John Lions beaten by Newton Braves

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  • Newton High School (Newton, New Jersey) defeated Pope John XXIII Regional High School (Sparta, New Jersey) in boys varsity basketball on Saturday, January 18, 2020. The final score was 69-50. The game took place at Pope John XXIII Regional High School. Justin Heller scored 22 points for Newton. Aaron Fantasia scored 19 points. Dylan Bailey, Donovan Thomas and Jack Young scored 7 points apiece. Brian McKeown scored 4 points. Pasquale Festa scored 2 points and Darrell Mims scored 1 point. Mike Atta scored 18 points for Pope John. Nurell Miranda scored 14 points. Nate Pluviose scored 12 points. Chris Haytaian and Jack Sakowski scored 3 points apiece. Team records: Newton Braves 8-4. Pope John Lions 1-10.
  • 1/19/2020
  • Album ID: 2253492
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Wallkill Valley Rangers win on the road against Kittatinny Cougars

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  • Wallkill Valley Regional High School (Hardyston Township, New Jersey) defeated Kittatinny Regional High School (Hampton Township, New Jersey) in boys varsity basketball on Saturday, January 18, 2020. The final score was 58-55. The game took place at Kittatinny Regional High School. Ivan Hicks scored 21 points for Wallkill Valley. Shawn Falk scored 11 points. Daniel Falk scored 9 points. Reyes Madera scored 8 points. Jake Carey scored 6 points and Ryan Nugent scored 3 points. Tanner Rossi scored 28 points for Kittatinny. Matt Russell scored 11 points. Brian Plath scored 9 points. Dylan Modafferi scored 4 points and Justin Dube scored 3 points. team records: Kittatinny Cougars 6-6. Wallkill Valley Rangers 4-6.
  • 1/19/2020
  • Album ID: 2253500
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Jefferson Township breaks Mountain Lakes win streak on the court

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  • Jefferson Township High School (Oak Ridge, New Jersey) defeated Mountain Lakes High School (Mountain Lakes, New Jersey) in boys varsity basketball on Friday, January 10, 2020. The final score was 59-44. The 7th Annual Dunk for Disabilities Fundraiser took place at Jefferson Township High School. The Dunk for Disabilities event, is an annual fundraiser held at Jefferson Township High School. The game helped raise funds and awareness for Catholic Charities, Department for Persons with Disabilities (DPD). The Department for Persons with Disabilities provides help and creates hope for over 300 individuals with special needs throughout Jefferson Township and other areas. Team records: Jefferson Township 5-2. Mountain Lakes 7-1.
  • 1/12/2020
  • Album ID: 2253072
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter
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