NJSIAA Tackles Gender Identity, Drone Technology with New Policies

November 16, 2017

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ – Transgender student-athletes in New Jersey high schools can now play sports based on their gender identity without a medical consultation.

The executive committee of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association enacted a new policy Wednesday through which students can notify the school administration of their identified gender and participate in sports ...

Paralyzed After Accident, New Jersey Man Completes Third NYC Marathon on Handcycle

WESTFIELD, NJ — When Dennis McGorty cranked his handcycle bike through the massive incline of the 59th Street Bridge going from Queens to Manhattan during this year’s New York City Marathon, he had that familiar feeling that he has been largely missing since being struck by a truck on his racing bike in the spring of 2013.

“That’s the toughest stretch,” ...

Men’s Basketball: Bloomfield College Gets Ready For Season Opener

BLOOMFIELD, NJ – As they get ready for their season opener this weekend, the Bloomfield College Bears men’s basketball team wants to focus on improving their defensive play.

“We need to work on communicating on defense and sticking together more as a team,” sophomore guard Nick Davidson said in an interview with TAPinto Bloomfield.

The Bears will start their ...

Raiders Soccer Heads to the Semifinals, Raiders Football Win at Home Game

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Raiders Boys Soccer and Football teams had a great weekend. Standing at 9-10-2, Nutley will travel to Pittstown today to take on the second-seeded (18-4-1) Hopewell Valley Bulldogs. Raiders football (5-4) will be entering the playoffs against a yet-to-be determined opponent.

A double overtime goal by Daniel Caraballo broke the 1-1 tie with 11th-seeded Ferris Friday ...

Football: Second Half Surge Lifts Nutley Above Barringer

NUTLEY, NJ – After trailing by 12 points at halftime, the Nutley Raiders football team didn’t allow a single point in the second half and went on to score three more touchdowns to achieve a 29-20 victory over the Barringer Blue Bears Saturday afternoon.

The game-winning touchdown – which gave the Raiders a 21-20 lead in the fourth quarter – was scored by senior running ...

Boys Soccer: Caraballo’s Double Overtime Goal Sends Nutley to Semifinals

JERSEY CITY, NJ – A double overtime goal by Daniel Caraballo broke the 1-1 tie with 11th-seeded Ferris Friday afternoon, sending the 14th-seeded Nutley Raiders boys soccer team to the NJSIAA Semifinals.

After scoring the game-winning goal in the 2-1 victory, Caraballo explained that he needed to redeem himself after missing the opportunity to score on an earlier penalty ...

Nutley Defeats Barringer 29 - 20 at Nutley Park Oval

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Raiders defeated the Barringer Blue Bears moments ago at the Nutley Park Oval.

TAPinto Nutley will have full coverage including interviews soon. 

Read full coverage here: Football: Second Half Surge Lifts Nutley Above Barringer 

Nutley Soccer Advances to NJSIAA Semifinals


The Nutley Raiders boys soccer team advanced to the NJSIAA Semifinals after defeating the Ferris Bulldogs in the quarterfinals Friday. 


After Ilaya Udalov scored the first goal of the game in the second half, Hugo Herrera struck back with a goal for Ferris less than a minute later. 


After a scoreless overtime round, Nutley's Daniel Carrabalo ...

Nutley Raiders take on Barringer Blue Bears Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Nutley Park Oval

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Raiders take on the Barringer Blue Bear at the Nutley Park Oval at 2 p.m. Saturday.

TAPinto Nutley will be at the game. 

Boys Soccer: Nutley Raiders Advance to NJSIAA Quarterfinals

NUTLEY, NJ -- After defeating the third-seeded Somerville Pioneers in the first round of the NJSIAA Tournament earlier this week, the 14th-seeded Nutley Raiders have advanced to the quarterfinals where they will take on the Ferris Bulldogs.

Beating a 13-4-2 team 7-6 in PKs was not something that anyone expected from Nutley, Head Coach Tom Tolve explained.

“We really got Somerville ...

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