Annandale Sports News
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Tuesday Feb 24 | via NJ.com
After a week of voting and more than 67,000 votes cast, North Hunterdon's Brandon Votek was voted the top player in the Skyland Conference with 27,752 votes - more than 41 percent of all votes cast. Bound Brook's Anthony Perez and Rob Rivera of Manville rounded out the top three. Comment?
Monday Feb 16 | via NJ.com
The never-ending round-robin among the Hunterdon County teams causes disruption at the bottom spots of the top 10. Hunterdon Central owns two wins over North Hunterdon now; North has beaten Delaware Valley while the Terriers have beaten Central. The Lions were missing two starters to injury for Sunday's 30-27 loss to Hunterdon Central in the Group 5 semis and probably would have won with them there but coach Tim Flynn refused to make any excuses. Comment?
Saturday Feb 14 | via NJ.com
ATLANTIC Pennsauken at Buena, 12pm Washington Township at Holy Spirit, 1pm BERGEN Paterson Charter at Saddle Brook, 10am Ridgefield at Paramus, 11:30am Cliffside Park at Elmwood Park, 12pm Teaneck at Ramapo, 12pm Tenafly at Ramsey, 12pm Cresskill at Pascack Valley, 1pm BURLINGTON Middle Township vs. Willingboro at Eastern, 12pm Sterling at Delran, 3pm Cherokee at Rancocas Valley, 5pm CAMDEN Pitman at Haddon Heights, 11:30am Williamstown at Haddon Township, 7pm CAPE MAY Wildwood at Lower Cape May, 1:30pm ESSEX Cedar Grove at Verona, 11:30am Montclair Kimberley at Belleville, 1pm Millburn at Mount St. Dominic, 1pm GLOUCESTER Kingsway at West Deptford, 1pm HUDSON High Point at Bayonne, 11am University Charter at Weehawken, 11am Parsippany Hills at Union City, 1pm HUNTERDON Lenape Valley at Voorhees, 12:30pm North Hunterdon at Hunterdon Central, 3pm MIDDLESEX Mother Seton at Old Bridge, 11am ... (more) Comment?
Friday Feb 13 | via NJ.com
Jacob Johnson of Annandale will depart for a two-year assignment to serve a mission in Washington for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Leaving in February, he will travel to Mexico City to undertake intensive language and culture study at the Missionary Training Center. Comment?
Thursday Feb 12 | via NJ.com
When Hunterdon Central and North Hunterdon collide in the quarterfinals of the sixth Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament on Saturday, there will be more to the story than just a rematch of archrivals. Just last month, Hunterdon Central was learning how to cope without senior and leading scorer Tess Richardson , who missed four games for internal reasons. Comment?
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