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Watchung Hills Coach Organizes “The Mountains vs The Seas” Tournament, Teams Raise $44,000 for Go4theGoal

September 19, 2018

BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, NJ - So which high school girls soccer conference is the strongest? The debate may be settled this weekend when Skyland Conference teams will meet Shore Conference teams in the inaugural "The Mountains vs. The Seas" girls soccer showcase and fundraising event.

Seven cross-conference matchups are set for Sunday, Sept. 23, at The Pingry School, with the ...

WHRHS Boys Soccer: Watchung Hills Shuts Out Gil St. Bernard’s, 3-0

WARREN, NJ - Evan Bujnowski scored two goals to lead the Watchung Hills boys soccer team in a shut out victory over Gil St. Bernard’s on Tuesday, 3-0.

”It was great win and a needed victory to keep us in first place of our conference division,” said WHRHS head coach Greg Leonow.

Bujnowski hit the net with 25:47 left in the first half and again with ...

WHRHS Girls Soccer: Watchung Hills Shuts Out Kearny, 2-0

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills girls soccer team dominated and shut out Kearny on Saturday, 2-0.

“Very happy with our performance today,” said WHRHS head coach Brian Figuerido.  “I’m excited about the versatility we have as a team this year, and I thought today that part of our team was on display.”

Chloe Ferreira and Arianna Valenti each scored for ...

WHRHS Football: Watchung Hills Falls to Blue Devils on Future Warriors Night, 27-13

WARREN, NJ -  The Watchung Hills football team started strong on Friday against the Westfield Blue Devils, but the first win of 2018 was not to be for the Warriors. Watchung Hills fell to the Blue Devils on Future Warrior Night, 27-13.

“Never happy with not winning, but we continue to get better at parts of the game,” said WHRHS head coach Rich Seubert. “We need to ...

Fire Alarm Triggered at Watchung Hills

WARREN, NJ - The usual early morning quiet at Watchung Hills was shattered by the sounds of a fire alarm on Thursday. It wasn’t a drill, but also had no apparent cause.

“One of our fire alarms was triggered yesterday morning before school,” said WHRHS superintendent Elizabeth Jewett. “As there was no visible cause we were able to determine, we are currently working ...

WHRHS Boys Soccer: Watchung Hills Ties Hillsborough in Double OT, 2-2

WARREN, NJ - Thursday’s boys soccer game was a hard fought double overtime tie between Watchung Hills and unbeaten Hillsborough, 2-2.

After losing a 1-0 halftime lead, Watchung Hills scored with two minutes left in regulation on a goal from Sal Cianfano to send the game into overtime. Senior defender John Seyda scored first for Watchung Hills.

“Great fight by our team ...

Watchung Hills Board of Education Appoints New Vice President

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Board of Education appointed a new vice president at Tuesday’s meeting to take the place of long time board member and board Vice President  Christopher Collins of Long Hill who resigned at the last meeting.

The board unanimously approved Rita Barone of Long Hill as Vice President of the board.

This fall, voters in the Watchung Hills sending ...

WHRHS Girls Soccer: Watchung Hills Tops Ridge, 1-0

WARREN, NJ - Chloe Ferreira netted the lone goal of the game assisted by Kayla Horvaht to lift the Watchung Hills girls soccer team over Ridge on Tuesday, 1-0.

“Anytime you’re able to beat a team like Ridge, it’s a great win,” said WHRHS head coach Brian Figuerido. “Both teams battled all night, and I’m proud of our players for finding a way to secure ...

Watchung Hills Welcomes Class of 2022 at Freshman Orientation Day

WARREN, NJ - First year students from Warren, Watchung, Long Hill and Green Brook arrived bright and early on Wednesday, Sept, 5, for the School Year 2018-2019 Freshman Orientation Day at Watchung Hills Regional High School (WHRHS). 


The Class of 2022 assembled for the first official time as WHRHS Warriors in the school’s ...

WHRHS Girls Soccer: Watchung Hills Shuts Out Cranford, 2-0

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Girls soccer team shut out Cranford on Saturday, 2-0.

“Very pleased with our effort today, bouncing back from a tough loss against a very good team in Cranford,” said WHRHS head coach Brian Figuerido.  “The players responded very well to the challenge today, and we’re committed to finding a way to get the job done.”

The game ...


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