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WHRHS Girls Soccer Tops Somerville, 3-1

October 15, 2018

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills girls soccer team scored three goals in the first half to dominate Somerville on Monday, 3-1.

“I’m very pleased with our effort today against an excellent Somerville team,” said WHRHS head coach Brian Figueiredo. “Our players responded to the challenge all game long, and did a great job competing for the entire game.”

Kelly ...

Somerville Pioneers Continue Undefeated Season with Win over WHRHS

SOMERVILLE, NJ – The Somerville High School Pioneers continued their impressive 2018 season Friday night with a 34-20 victory over the visiting Warren Hills Regional High School Blue Streaks at Brooks Field.

Warren Hills led at the half, 13-7, but Somerville piled up 27 points in the second half while holding the Blue Streaks to one second half TD.

The Pioneers are undefeated with a ...

Somerville: Immaculata Fails to Score in Loss to Rahway


RAHWAY, NJ - The Immaculata High School Spartans came away empty-handed Friday night, their offense shut down by the dominant Rahway Indians defense which limited the Spartans to just over 100 yards.


The Spartans were shut out 21-0, with their season record dropping to 4-3, having lost their last two games on the road. Rahway is now 5-1, winning their last 5 games after ...

Somerville Football Standout Nominated for USA Heart of a Giant Award

SOMERVILLE, NJ  - Two football standouts from Somerset County have been nominated to receive the 2018 USA Football Heart of a Giant Award presented by the Hospital for Special Surgery and the National Football League NY Giants.

Joseph Ciempola, a senior and captain of the Somerville High School football Pioneers, and Tom Zdroik, a member of the Hillsborough High School football Raiders ...

Patriots'Shorstop, Pitcher Named Post-Season Atlantic League All-Stars

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball announced Tuesday that shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez and relief pitcher Mike Antonini have been named to the 2018 Post-Season All-Star Team.

Rodriguez earns this selection after completing his second season with the Somerset Patriots. The everyday starting shortstop led the Patriots in games played (122), at-bats (432), hits ...

Somerville Pioneers (6-0) Vanquish Cranford

SOMERVILLE, NJ  - Led by quarterback Jalahn Dabney, the undefeated Somerville High School Pioneers continued their season-long dominance over the opposition Friday night with another lopsided win as they pounded Crandford 50-7 at Brooks Field.

Dabney threw four touchdown passes and 221 yards, while piling up another 98 yards on runs from scrimmage, including a fifth touchdown.

Leading ...

Somerville: Spartans Lose First Game of Season to St. Joseph's

METUCHEN, NJ - It was all St. Joseph’s, Metuchen as they dominated Immaculata by a score of 43-0 at the Falcons home field Saturday night.

It was the first time that the two diocesan schools met on the gridiron.  The loss was the Spartans’ first of the season, as neither the offense nor defense could get anything going against the powerful Falcons team.

The late Coach Mike ...

Somerville: Immaculata Hires Veteran Softball Coach

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Gary Bury is the new Immaculata Spartans Softball Coach.

Bringing an impressive background to the Spartan position, Coach Bury started The Central Jersey Fillies Organization in 2009 with the philosophy that “our 'team' truly puts the girls first.” The goal was to provide a safe, honest, competitive atmosphere, where players can continue to grow both on and ...

Sixth-Ranked Somerville Pioneers Pound Governor Livingston 58-0

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Governor Livingston football team was defeated by Somerville, 58-0, on Saturday.

The visiting Pioneers came into the game ranked sixth in the state, and they showcased their elite talent versus a banged up GL squad.

Somerville started scoring in the first quarter when Group 3 1st team offensive team member Jalahn Dabney scored via a 24-yard run. After a failed ...

Football: Somerville/Branchburg PAL Wins 3 out of 4 Against Scotch Plains-Fanwood

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ — The Somerville/Branchburg PAL football program ventured west on Route 22 Sunday morning to play Scotch Plains-Fanwood, and came home winners in three games. 

Three out of four Somerville/Branchburg squads — the eighth, seventh, and sixth grade teams — came up with dominating shutout victories as the four-level program combined to out-score Scotch ...


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