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New Providence Baseball Receive State Honor

June 16, 2018

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - At the annual New Jersey State Baseball Umpire Association Banquet, the Pioneer baseball program received a high honor that is given to one baseball and one softball team each year by the NJSBUA, which presides over Morris, Essex, Passaic, Somerset and Sussex counties.

“We were honored to accept the Frank Sayre Award from the New Jersey Baseball and Softball Umpires ...

New Providence High School Celebrates Successful Spring Sports' Season

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - With the 2018 spring athletic season coming to a close, the players and coaching staff of all eight programs gathered in the NPHS Auditorium on Tuesday to look back on what was a record breaking season.

Athletic Director Vinny Carangelo opened up by thanking the Board of Education, school administration, the Booster Club, and all of the staff that ensured a successful ...

Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run Comes Through New Providence

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - As part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR), New Providence Special Olympians Stephanie and James Slater were driven down Springfield Avenue by Mayor Al Morgan and Police Chief Anthony Buccelli on Friday.  

According to the LETR website, the Torch Run began in 1981 when Wichita, Kansas, Police Chief Richard LaMunyon created the Torch ...

Reds Dominate Indians in Sweep

The New Providence Reds baseball team swept the defending league champion Ironbound Indians on Sunday to improve to 5-3 on their season.

In game one with New Providence Mayor Al Morgan in attendance rooting the team on, the Reds won 9-0 behind a five-run 7th inning. Pitcher Scott Horowitz picked up his second win of the season tossing six shutout innings, while striking out five and only ...

New Providence PAL 8U Softball Wins League Championship

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The New Providence Gold 8U PAL softball team capped a 12-0 undefeated season this past Sunday by winning the league tournament and capturing the Berkeley Heights Spring League Title. 

New Providence Gold relied on timely hitting and stout defense in the semifinal game to defeat a Scotch Plains team that was fresh off ...

NPHS Holds Annual College Signing Night

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The 3rd annual College Signing Night at New Providence High School took place Wednesday evening to recognize the 13 student-athletes who are resuming their athletic career at the NCAA level.

“Over 90% of our students participate in athletics at this high school,” said New Providence Athletics Director Vinny Carangelo.  “And we have 13 student ...

State Run Ends In Heartbreak For Pioneers

One of the most amazing comebacks in New Providence baseball history wasn’t to be as the ‘Neer magic just came up short with the Pioneers falling to Park Ridge in a 12-11 thriller.

In a game you had to see to believe, New Providence was down and out heading into the bottom of the 6th inning when they trailed 12-3, being six outs away from their season coming to an abrupt ...

Ryan Davis Grabs Alternate Spot in U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying

SUMMIT, NJ - Former Governor Livingston standout and Penn State sophomore Ryan Davis of Berkeley Heights attempted to secure his spot in his first-ever attempt at golf’s second major Monday and was in contention all the way until the final and 36th hole of his day.

Davis shot a 4-under-par 138 (67S-71N--138), finishing in a two-way tie for seventh place in a 36-hole U.S. Open ...

New Providence Baseball Capture Sectional Title Over Dunellen, 4-2

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - For the first time since 2004, the New Providence Pioneers are sectional champions, as the top overall seed in the section defeated 3rd seeded Dunellen 4-2 in comeback fashion.

“It’s unbelievable,” said head coach Chris Brodeur on winning his first championship.  “These kids work hard in the offseason, they work hard in season and they ...

New Providence Baseball Continue Hot Streak With Senior Day Victory

After the original match-up against Dayton was cancelled on Mother’s Day, the Pioneers put together a 6th inning rally to snatch victory away from the Bulldogs at TD Bank Ballpark, home of the Somerset Patriots.

With the state championship on the horizon, New Providence’s season long grit and never-say-die attitude led them to a frantic 6th inning that saw the Pioneers ...

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Summit Area YMCA Swim Team Tryouts July 24

June 19, 2018

On Tuesday, July 24, the Summit Area YMCA will hold tryouts for its 2018-2019 Swim Team. The tryouts are open to children of all ages, from the surrounding towns of Summit, New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Chatham, Millburn, Short Hills, Watchung, Long Hill, Mountainside and Springfield.

THE FEE TO TRYOUT IS $25 PER SWIMMER. PRE-REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE AND ENCOURAGED AT THE FRONT DESK OF ...