SECAUCUS, NJ - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic canceling the 2020 Spring Season, the New Jersey Interscholastic Conference decided to honor all the 2020 seniors who would have been playing their final seasons with All-Division Honors.

"Thank you to the Senior Class of all of our member schools," stated Stan Fryczynski via press release. "Your contributions, dedication, sacrifice, and teamwork set an example for all who follow in your footsteps."

Hasbrouck Heights head track coach Rob Brady was confident that he had once again had an outstanding team, and was excited for the team’s prospects at the meet, league, county and state levels. 

Sign Up for Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro Newsletter
Our newsletter delivers the local news that you can trust.

“Our senior girls were great leaders for our team,” stated Hasbrouck Heights head coach Rob Brady. “The girls team had their sights set on winning our 25th consecutive league title, and to build off our second place finishes at the indoor state sectional championships and last year's outdoor state sectional championships.”

“This group will be missed,” Brady continued. “Talia (Ferguson) is one of the best all around track athletes in the county and state, with her ninth place finish in the triple jump this winter she had a great chance to win the county championship and to place at the SMOC. (State Meet of Champions.)" 

Two members from the team, Talia Ferguson and Mia Guerra will compete next year at the collegiate level. Ferguson will compete at Felician University, while Guerra will continue to run at Rowan University.

All Meadowlands Team

Hasbrouck Heights– Ashley Annichiarico, Roberta LaBarbera, Mia Guerra, Natalia Facchini, Talia Ferguson, Zaria Jenkins, Chiara Colletti's Grand Re-Opening Marketing Specials provide local businesses with social media marketing, content marketing, and brand awareness as well as the flexibility to market in neighboring towns. For more information, visit's Grand Re-Opening Marketing Specials