WARREN, NJ -  The varsity cheer team reunited in time to cheer at the homecoming football game on Friday but Watchung Hills fell to Phillipsburg, 35-0.

The game was a white out against bullying.

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State Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean and Somerset County Sheriff Chief and K9 Unit Commander (Ret) Tim Pino addressed the crowd prior to the game.

At the half, the homecoming king and queen were announced and they are: Matt Canary and Caitlyn Park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the homecoming court was announced, the cheer team performed, with stunts.

Superintendent Elizabeth Jewett said in a Thursday, Oct. 5, email that "we have come to a shared understanding with both the seniors and their parents on how to move forward and all of the seniors who had resigned have rejoined the team and will be performing during our Homecoming game tomorrow evening." Earlier this week, Watchung Hills Board Member Resigns, Senior Cheerleaders Voice Concerns

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/warren/articles/watchung-hills-board-member-resigns-senior-cheer, 

Watchung Hills Regional High School graduates Monica Mahal and Sarah Decker began fighting bullying by encouraging their peers to be upstanders and working to raise awareness by joining Senator Kean’s effort to add “upstander” to the dictionary.

And they succeeded-

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/warren/articles/oxford-taps-warrens-whrhs-will-add-upstander

 

The next WHRHS home football game is Senior Night and is scheduled for Oct. 27.