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WHRHS Boys Lacrosse: Watchung Hills Defeats North Hunterdon on Senior Night, 6-2

April 21, 2018

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills boys lacrosse team remains unbeaten after topping North Hunterdon on senior night Saturday, 6-2.

“It was great to come away with another win, especially on a night where we honored our senior class for their commitment to the lacrosse program and contributions over the course of the past four years,” said WHRHS head coach Jamie Lovejoy.

WHRHS Lacrosse: Watchung Hills Splits Bridgewater, Boys Remain Unbeaten

WARREN, NJ -  The Watchung Hills boys lacrosse team remains unbeaten after a victory over Bridgewater on Tuesday, while Tai Jankowski scored six goals and Lizzy Escudero added five goals to lead the Bridgewater-Raritan girls lacrosse team over Watchung Hills, 20-6.

Katie Carroll led the Warriors with a hat trick and Julia Barton, Madelyn Murphy and Kyleigh Tuma each scored one for ...

WHRHS Robotics: Team 41 RoboWarriors Win Judge’s Award, Finish Top 25 in Regionals

BETHLEHEM, PA - The Watchung Hills Regional High School robotics team, Team 41 RoboWarriors, won the Judge’s Award and ranked No. 25 after the qualification matches at the FIRST Mid-Atlantic regional competition held at Lehigh University on April 5-7.

 

The Judge’s Award is given when “the judge’s panel ...

WHRHS Boys Lacrosse: Watchung Hills Defeats Ridge, Remains Unbeaten

BASKING RIDGE, NJ - Watchung Hills boys lacrosse remains undefeated on the season with a win at Ridge on Saturday night, 5-2.

Joe Rica led Watchung Hills on offense with four goals, and Gavin DeFuria netted one goal and three assists. Spencer Bokach stopped 15 shots for Watchung Hills.

Watchung Hills took a 3-0 into the break. 

Sean Eversen and Bryce Kirkwood each ...

WHRHS Baseball: Watchung Hills Slams Summit, 14-4

WARREN, NJ - Sophomore Matt Alarcon went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple, three RBI and two runs scored and senior Charlie Kuzmenko added three hits, three RBI and a run scored to lead the Watchung Hills baseball team over Summit on Saturday, 14-4.

The Warriors got 18 total hits and scored five runs in the third inning. 

“Ben Ant did a great job on the ...

WHRHS Girls Lacrosse: Watchung Hills Falls to Mount St. Mary, 13-9

WARREN, NJ - Four players scored hat-tricks on Thursday in the girls lacrosse match up between Watchung Hills and Mount St. Mary’s. Alaina Parisella led Mount St. Mary’s with four goals and two assists, Jennah Santiago recorded a hat trick and one assist and Emma Genovese finished with a hat trick to lead the Mount over Watchung Hills, 13-9.

Katie Carroll led Watchung ...

WHRHS Baseball and Softball: Warriors Split Immaculata

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The Watchung Hills softball team slammed Immaculata, 9-1, and the Watchung Hills baseball team fell to the Spartans on Thursday, 10-2.

Sophia Cicchetti allowed just one run on five hits, walked one and struck out three, and Izzy Definis singled and drove in three runs to lead the Watchung Hills softball team over Immaculata. Julia Schinick hit three, including a double, and ...

WHRHS Golf: Watchung Hills Boys Remain Unbeaten with Win over Ridge, Girls Drop One to Bridgewater

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills boys golf team defeated Ridge on Wednesday at Warrenbrook, 161-177. Warrenbrook is a par 36. Watchung Hills improves to 3-0 and Ridge falls to 1-1. 

Results are: 

Watchung Hills: Liam Larkin 35, Brad Pinho 40, Clement Shao 41, Will DiGiacomo 45, Ashil Jhaveri 45, Wesley Kuehne 51; 

Ridge: James Pruskowski 41, Jeffrey Li ...

WHRHS Boys Lacrosse: Watchung Hills Upsets Moorestown, Remains Unbeaten

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills boys lacrosse team upset last year Tournament of Champions finalist Moorestown on Tuesday, 6-3.

Senior Gavin DeFuria led the scoring for the Warriors with a hat-trick. DeFuria scored his first goal with three minutes left in the first quarter and Joe Rica and Jack Taub each netted a goal before the half to give Watchung Hills a 3-1 ...

WHRHS Softball: Watchung Hills Upsets Montgomery to Win Home Opener

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills softball team, under new head coach Brett Picaro, got its first win of the season, upsetting Montgomery in the home opener Tuesday, 5-3.

Senior right-hander Robin McCabe allowed just three hits, walked none and struck out six for Watchung Hills and senior catcher Genna Cicchetti led the offense, walking and smacking a three-run homer over the left ...

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