17 Fascinating Facts About Rutgers Athletics

July 10, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - For all the critics of the athletics program at New Jersey’s largest public university, there are more than a dozen reasons to cheer for successes of the sports programs and teams on the playing fields, in classrooms and beyond.

Here are 17 on the field and off the field things this took place this past academic year at Rutgers University:

1. Rutgers had four ...

Hanover Park's New Head Football Coach Ready For Season Ahead


EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Dating back to the days he played youth football while growing up in Parsippany, Dan Fulton has had a lot of strong influences on the sidelines.

This fall, it is his job to put it all together for Hanover Park High School.

Fulton was hired as the Hornets new head coach and replaces Gerry Moore, who resigned but will stay on as an assistant.

Fulton has ...

Hanover Park Graduates Honor Angelo Taccetta

EAST HANOVER, N.J. - While board members, administrators and staff prepared for the commencement ceremony for the 61 graduating class of Hanover Park High School, the graduates prepared for a different kind of ceremony.

Earlier in the school year, the tree planted to memorialize alumni Angelo Taccetta, who passed away before he could graduate in the 90s, was damaged after several winter ...

1896 Miles Away But Hanover Park Stands with Sante Fe

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- After the awful events at Santa Fe High School last month, students at Hanover Park organized support. Under the supervision of Kim Lurz, and staff assistance, the students created a banner and put together giftbags for the victims of the attack. Recently students from Santa Fe High were featured on the  TODAY show and brought along the banner. 

Hornets ...

Hanover Park International Business Travels to VEI Trade Show

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Mr. Jamie Ott, Hanover Park International Business Practice Firm teacher, and his students attended the Virtual Enterprises International Youth Business Summit, in New York. It was the fourth trip Ott has made with his IBPF students where 40 countries were represented through entrepreneurial spirit and innovation.

For four years, Ott has inspired his students, with the ...

Florham Park Ties for First in Math Relay

 FLORHAM PARK, N.J.-The Math Relay Consortium Event was held at Newark Academy. The schools in attendance DelBarton, Newark Academy, Morristown Beard, Oratory Prep, Parsippany Central, and Ridgedale.


Florham Park School District excelled in a Math Relay in a competition against other high performing schools.

7th Grade Students : Max Pereira, Michael Vuong, ...

Hanover Park Arcading For Autism Raises Awareness and Funds for Program

EAST HANOVER, N.J.-Hanover Park, also known as “The Hive” was most definitely buzzing with action the last few weeks, filled with fundraisers and historic sporting events.

On April 23rd, kick off to the second annual “Arcading for Autism” was in full swing in the library. Arcading for Autism is a fundraising event that was first seen at the hive in the second ...

Hanover Park Genocide Studies Classes Visit Holocaust Survivors

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- As the school year is coming to an end and June approaches, one thing that is for sure is that the classes are only participating in more activities, service projects, and taking on bigger and better tasks when it comes to the History Department. Last month Genocide Studies teacher, Jamie Boszko was featured for her project that began collecting buttons to ...

Hanover Park JV and Freshman Girls Basketball Season in Review

EAT HANOVER, N.J.- Hanover Park High School girls Freshman and JV basketball follow in the tradition of strong hoops at the hive. Coach Tara Kelly stated, "the highlight for JV was making it to the finals of the JV County Tournament. Although we lost to Chatham, it was the first time we made it that far." " We also tied for JV Conference Champs," Kelly ...

Hanover Park Head Football Coach Gerry Moore Steps Down

EAST HANOVER, N.J.-When Hanover Park's 2018 high school football season gets underway, Gerry Moore will be on the sidelines. He just won't be the man in charge of the Hornets.

Moore recently resigned as head coach, a position he had held at the school since 2010. He will remain as an assistant. The school is searching for a new head coach.

"I'm stepping away to coach my ...

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