Friday, January 6, 2012
Boys Fall to 5-2.
Friday, January 6, 2012
Fueled by Kristina Vangeli’s 18-point day, the Hillsborough Girls Basketball team rolled to its third win of the season with a 55-25 triumph over Immaculata Thursday in Hillsborough. The Raiders headed into halftime sporting a three-point lead, but it was a dominant second half that saw Hillsborough outscore Immaculata 30-8, that secured the Raider win. Ashley Cease finished with 10 points and Kristina Dunphey added nine points, as nine Raider girls scored in the win, improving Hillsborough 3-4 this season. Kat Papalski finished with eight points for Immaculata (3-5). Boys Fall in Somerville Wade Baldwin netted 21 points to lead Immaculata past Hillsborough, 44-36, Thursday night in Somerville, according to NJ.com. Greg Faenza scored …
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Raiders fall behind early in game versus Phillipsburg.
The Hillsborough High School girls basketball team lost the visiting Phillipsburg Stateliners 69-34 Tuesday night as their record dropped to 1-1. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Phillipsburg (2-0) 18 19 22 10 69 Hillsborough (1-1) 10 12 8 4 34
Friday, December 16, 2011
Young but experienced team looks to improve on last year.
The NBA has settled its contract dispute and games are about to start—a fortuitious concidence with Hillsborough High School's season also beginning. As opening day approaches, we're taking a look at each of the teams as they ready for competition. Today, we take a look at the Raiders girls basketball team. OVERVIEW The Raiders had a very young team last year and return most of their roster. The team has nine juniors on the roster, many of who where first year varsity players last year as sophomores. The team is looking to improve on last year’s record and go deeper into the county tournament and get into the state tournament. “We have the ability to have a winning season. If we play up to that ability and use last year’s experience we …
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Hillsborough girls basketball working hard to make most of rebuilding season.
Having graduated seven seniors from last year's team, Hillsborough High girls basketball coach Charlie Davis will take any—and every—opportunity he can find to get his players some experience. That's why Hillsborough traveled to South Brunswick High School on Tuesday to take part in a scrimmage against both the home team and Woodbridge's John. F. Kennendy High School. For Davis, the benefits of the two-team scrimmage were obvious. "You get to see two teams," Davis said. "You can get a team that likes to play man. You can get a team that likes to play zone. You can get a running team. You can get a team that plays a half-court offense. My girls get exposed to different types of players. It's great." There were nine, 10-minutes periods …