Men’s Wrestling Rolls to 49-3 Victory at Sussex
NEWTON, N.J. – Following yesterday's tough loss, the East Stroudsburg University men's wrestling team bounced back with a 49-3 victory over Sussex in a non-conference dual on Friday night. The Warriors responded following a pair of losses to improve to 3-2 overall in duals this season while the Skylanders...
A Striking Preview: High School Bowling Team Aims for another Winning Season
PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - With the closing of Warren Lanes the Phillipsburg High School boys and girls bowling teams will now travel to Belvidere to host their home matches at Bel-Pike Lanes. The Stateliners began practicing on Nov. 20 as they prepare to open the season on Dec. 4 in the Greg Rottengen preseason tournament at Oakwood Lanes in Washington. The first regular season match is at South Hunterdon (Slocum Lanes) and the first “home” match is set for Dec 7 against Hunterdon Central. Boys team Junior Maddix Myer, who posted team highs in average (172), high series (644) and high game...
Three-Peat! A Recap of the Wolfpack’s Improbable Playoff Run
The West Morris Central football team are back-to- back-to- back group 3 champions. Winning a sectional title is an accomplishment that just gets more and more impressive after each season; however, this year’s title run might be the best out of any of them. After a 2-0 start to the season, The Wolfpack went on to lose five of their next seven games to close out the season, squeaking into the playoffs as the sixth seed with a 4-5 record.
Athlete of the Week: 3 straight state titles for Bergen Catholic and coach Vito Campanile
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (PIX11) — This week at Metlife Stadium, a trio of New York’s Very Own Athlete of the Week Alumni played for the title as Delbarton’s Ryan Trafford and Bergen Catholic’s duo of Quincy Porter and Dominic Campaniale went head to head. After two quick scores had the Crusaders rolling early, the Green […]
Field Hockey: All-Hunterdon/Warren County Teams, 2023
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Bergen Catholic completes the three-peat in NJSIAA Non-Public A Final win over Delbarton
The Bergen Catholic Crusaders(11-1) cruised past the Delbarton Green Wave(10-2) 24-14 in the Non-Public A Final at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Bergen Catholic won their third consecutive state championship title. Bergen Catholic rolled past Donovan Catholic 42-13 in the semifinals. On the flipside, Delbarton dispatched Seton...
Morristown High School Swim Preview: Colonials Plan to Keep the Momentum Going This Winter
MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Morristown High School swimming team plans to keep the momentum going this winter. “This season, we plan to pick up where our program left off and continue dropping time and swimming our best,” said Morristown head coach Joseph Cecala. “We are setting our standards high and we are going to work day in and day out to try and achieve them. Both of our teams have a lot of talent and I am excited to get the season started.” Returning for the boys are seniors Owen Barone and Lincoln Stuek and junior Jack MacMillan, who all return after attending the Meet of Champions last year where they placed 13th in the 200 freestyle relay. Senior Mary Gillen returns after attending the Meet of Champions last year where she placed 18th in the 100 butterfly. The boys will kick off the season when they face off against Delbarton on Thursday December 7. The girls will begin their season against Madison High School on Tuesday December 19. Sign up to get all the news as it happens at www.TAPinto.net/enews and follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MorristownTAP/ and on Twitter at @MorristownTAP and on Instagram at @tapintomorristown
Boys cross-country: Roy Hamblen of Mendham is NJ.com’s 2023 Coach of the Year
Mendham Head Coach Roy Hamblen has been apart of many championship-winning teams, but even he could tell there was something that made this team different and special. With many of the same runners returning from the previous year, The Minutemen went from a fifth-place finish in Group 3 a year ago, to taking home the state title this season, much in part to the guidance and wisdom of Hamblen.
Morris/Sussex football: Final Top 10 rankings of the 2023 season
A terrific football season in Morris and Sussex counties has come to an end. In the end, three area teams won sectional titles and two teams reached state finals in their group. Programs set new school records and half a dozen schools won division titles in the Super Football Conference.
Delbarton football outlasted by Bergen Catholic in Non-Public A state title game
EAST RUTHERFORD — In a battle between the top teams in the state, Delbarton erased a multiple-touchdown deficit but fell short to Bergen Catholic in a 24-14 loss on Tuesday night. "It was not the ending we wanted, but it doesn't diminish what these guys accomplished," coach Brian Bowers said. "We had beaten everyone in New Jersey up until today and I tip my cap to them." ...
2023 Morris/Sussex ice hockey preview capsules
Morris County Secondary Schools Ice Hockey League Mennen Division Chatham Coach: Brendon Herr, ninth season ...
Fall Sports Recap
The Morris Hills Boys Cross Country team once again delivered an amazing 2023 Fall campaign. With amazing performances throughout the season, the team finished their Conference Dual Meet Season undefeated, earning the title of NJAC National Division Champions. Though the team will miss the leadership of seniors Shaun Andreazza, Charles Champagne, Shane Corcoran, Ishan Gajjar, Aidan Johnson, Nisval Patel, Lino Piazzi, Stephen Vadillo, and Garvin Varneckas, they hope to put forth another impressive campaign next season under Coach Mein.
All Morris County Football Team
At midseason, this was turning into a bit of a clunker for Morris County football. But in the end, it turned out to be one of Morris’ most exciting – and one of the best years in a long time. Mountain Lakes had a historical run to a...
Morristown High School Girls Basketball Preview: High Expectations as the Colonials Return Starting Five
MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Morristown High School girls basketball team has high expectations this winter based on experience. Morristown is coming off a 16-10 campaign where it made the North 1, Group 4 tournament semifinals. The Colonials return their starting five in 2023-24, led by senior Northeastern commit Maya Summerville, who was a consistent double-double threat last season. Complimenting Summerville’s inside and outside game are Anna Rivetti and Cameron McGinley in the backcourt and senior Ally Smith at center and junior Kacie Bush as a strong outside threat from the wing. “The outlook for our team is very promising,” said Morristown assistant head coach Ken Newman. “Of course, we play in a tough conference, but the year’s maturity should bode well for us. We have already seen the benefits of having everyone return as we are ahead of where we were last year. We have a very competitive scrimmage scheduled before kicking off our season on the road in December.” Last year’s freshman standout, Caroline Condon, will lead the bench and look to contribute at an even higher level this season. Along with Condon, seniors Laura Wild and Rachel Van Sciver and junior Ella Watson will be contributors off the bench.
Millsaps Too Much For Ladies On Wednesday, 69-52
Shreveport - The Centenary women's basketball team fell 69-52 to Millsaps College on Wednesday evening in a non-conference contest at the Gold Dome. The Ladies (1-6) lost to the Majors (6-1) for the second time in four days after Millsaps defeated the Ladies by a score of 77-59 on Sunday in the final game of the Millsaps Thanksgiving Classic in Jackson, Miss.
9th-grade skater wins bronze
Two Sparta girls took part in the 2024 Eastern Sectional Singles Final ice skating competition Oct. 31-Nov. 4 in Coral Springs, Fla. Paige Parlapiano, a freshman at Sparta High School, won the bronze medal and qualified for the 2024 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships and National Development Camp. It will be held in late January in Columbus, Ohio.
Delbarton’s Rivalry Victory Prompts Journey to MetLife
On Saturday, November 18th, Delbarton played their most significant game of the season against their NJ arch-rival, Seton Hall Prep. Delbarton (2) was the favorite over SHP (18) with a home-field advantage and an overall seemingly more talented roster. SHP was well aware that it would be tough to contain Ryan Trafford, Delbarton’s top running back who recently returned from injury, as well as Philip Folmar, Delbarton’s do-it-all man.
Wrestling Wraps Up Competition at Cliff Keen Invitational
LAS VEGAS – Nick Babin, Aaron Ayzerov, Jack Wehmeyer and Nolan Neves battled to the consolation round of eight in each of their weight divisions, but all four were defeated to end Columbia's run at the Cliff Keen Invitational hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Babin earned the...
Marching Rams Form Giant “M” on Bauer Field to Commemorate Late Band Member Matthew Augustine
RANDOLPH, NJ- RHS students who attended home football games and band competitions in the fall may have seen the Randolph Marching Rams form the shape of a giant “M” on Bauer Field, but these same spectators may not have known the significance of the letter. The special “M” formation, which the marching band created for every fall game and band competition, was a heartfelt and moving tribute to the late RHS student Matthew “Matt” Augustine. Matt spent his freshman year in the marching band’s percussion section and lost his battle with a long-term illness the following summer, on July...
Indoor Track & Field Ready for 2023-24 Season
NEW YORK — The Columbia track & field team's indoor season begins tomorrow with the Rutgers Holiday Classic at the Armory. The meet is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. "Our staff is really excited about our first indoor competitions at the end of this week," Head Coach Dan Ireland said. "Our track and field athletes have been hard at work for over three months now and are eager to compete!"