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Watchung Hills to Host Warriors United Against Hate Community Event

November 14, 2019

WARREN, NJ -Inspired by the “National United Against Hate Week,” which begins on Nov. 17, Watchung Hills’ students and faculty have planned a Warriors United Against Hate community event on Wednesday, Nov. 20  at 5:45 PM.  

Watchung Hills’ Diversity Club and JSA members, Amanda Aschoff, Mia Hagel, and Raegan Miller spoke to the Warren Township ...

National Signing Day in Warren: Seven Watchung Hills Students Sign Letters of Intent

WARREN, NJ -  Seven Watchung Hills Regional High School athletes upgraded their status from recruit to official signees to the college/university of their choice on National Letter of Intent (NLI) Signing Day on Wednesday.


Surrounded by their family, coaches, and friends  on Nov. 13, the seven students put pen to paper and signed their official NLI commitment ...

Watchung Hills Board of Education Ratifies Agreement with Teachers Union

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Board of Education ratified the collective negotiations memorandum of agreement, including mutually agreed upon salary guides, for the period July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2022, between the Board and the Watchung Hills Regional Education Association at Tuesday’s meeting. 

The board authorized its President and Secretary to execute appropriate ...

Warren's Roopa Irakam heads to Hamburg for first USA International Debate Team Tournament

WARREN, NJ  – Watchung Hills Regional High School (WHRHS) Senior Roopa Irakam will be traveling to Hamburg, Germany, on Tuesday, Nov. 12, as a member of the USA International Debate Team to participate in the first of several competitions against teams from across the ...

WHRHS Girls Soccer: Watchung Hills Shuts Out Shore, 2-0

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ - Jenna Tobia and Sara Sifert each scored a goal on assists from Chloe Ferreira and Patty DePinho to lift Watchung Hills over Shore Regional on Friday in their last regular season game of the season, 2-0.

Rebecca Schell and Isabella DeGiovanni combined for the shutout in goal for the Warriors.

"Very proud of the way we finished our regular season," said WHRHS ...

WHRHS Football: Ridge Pulls Out 20-14 Win Over Watchung Hills

BASKING RIDGE, NJ -- Chris Serluco lunged in front of the intended receiver and made a game-saving interception at the goal line with 12 seconds left to preserve Ridge's 20-14 victory over Watchung Hills on Friday night.

The victory came at a cost for the Red Devils (6-1), who played without senior fullback/linebacker Christian Sweeney the entire second half after he left with an injury to ...

WHRHS Girls Soccer: Watchung Hills Falls to Ridge on PK in SCT Quarters, 1-0

BASKING RIDGE, NJ -- The pressurized situation was not unfamiliar to Heather Cortese. Cortese's PK was the lone score as fourth-seeded Ridge defeated fifth-seeded Watchung Hills, 1-0, in the quarterfinal round of the Somerset County Tournament on Saturday.

In the latter stages of the first half, Watchung Hills was called for a hand ball. Cortese was given the responsibility of taking ...

WHRHS Football: Watchung Hills Falls to Montgomery on Senior Night, 21-14

WARREN, NJ - Watchung Hills and Montgomery met in Warren on Senior Night on Friday and it looked for a moment like it would be a repeat of 2015‘s Senior Night when Jack Stefurek kicked a 25-yard field goal with 29 seconds left to lift Watchung Hills over Montgomery, 24-23. After three second half turnovers, the Warriors were still in the game and put together a last ...

Watchung Hills Teacher Arrested for Endangering Juvenile With Sexually Explicit Texts, Prosecutor Says


WARREN, NJ - Sean DiGiovanna, a Watchung Hills Regional High School teacher, has been arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and promoting obscene material to a child, Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson, Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Chief of Detectives John W. Fodor and Warren Township Chief of Police William Keane announced on ...

WHRHS Boys Soccer: Watchung Hills Falls to Ridge in Double OT in the SCT

BASKING RIDGE, NJ -- The Ridge boys soccer team advanced in the first round of the Somerset County Tournament with a 1-0 double-overtime victory over Watchung Hills on Saturday.

“Our season officially comes to a close as we lose 1-0 in double OT to Ridge,” WHRHS boys soccer tweeted. “Thank you to the fans and seniors for a great season. #Cruz”

The Red Devils, seeded ...