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Cracking courts call for second demolition

Cracking courts call for second demolition

by Julia Rooney, Managing Editor
March 27 • 495 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports, The Panther Den

The high school tennis courts will be demolished again this summer for a renovation to be completed by next school year. On Feb. 27, David Lucchi of Edwards Engineering Group Inc. surveyed the land around the tennis courts in preparation for their demolition. The courts’ renovation is set to...

Taking a leap for fundraising

Taking a leap for fundraising

by Hiroki Doyle, Staff Writer
March 22 • 116 views
Filed under Carousel Featured Article, Showcase, Sports, Student Life, The Panther Den

A junior student has taken his passion for helping others and combined it with pole vaulting Jarod Forer, a junior, has been involved with pole vaulting since his freshman year, and he practices it nearly year round. The track and field sport is similar to the long jump, except the competitor has a...

“The Rock” takes on new meaning for varsity hockey team

“The Rock” takes on new meaning for varsity hockey team

by Michelle DeMaria, Instagram Manager
March 6 • 188 views
Filed under Carousel Featured Article, News, Showcase, Sports, The Panther Den

Tonight the varsity hockey team will play in its second state championship, but it will not necessarily take place where they had always dreamed. After conflicting events at the Prudential Center in Newark caused this year’s state championship game to be moved to Mennen Arena in Morristown, the...

Running into the spring season

Running into the spring season

by Janice Lee, Staff Writer
February 16 • 47 views
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The runners are at the starting line, feeling nervous, jogging in place. One minute later, “bam!” The gun sounds, and the runners take the first few strides of their highly anticipated spring season. The spring track team had its first meeting on Jan. 30, 2017, when a discussion of the syllabus ...

Athlete of the Month: Jake Kinney

Athlete of the Month: Jake Kinney

by Alethea Jadick, News Manager
February 15 • 128 views
Filed under Athlete of the Month, Carousel Featured Article, Sports, The Panther Den

Name: Jake Kinney Sport: Hockey Grade: 12 Why is he athlete of the month: Kinney is captain of the high school hockey team along with assistant captains Leo Pawlika, Peter Cassidy, and Colin Morrow. During his high school career he has scored 69 goals and had 111 assists, giving him 180 po...

Hockey team hosts annual pancake breakfast

Hockey team hosts annual pancake breakfast

February 15 • 7 views
Filed under News, Sports

Glen Rock High School has a vast array of clubs and extra-curricular activities. These activities all have a various means of funding to ensure that they can continue. The Glen Rock Hockey team holds an annual pancake breakfast to raise money for its program. In past years, the breakfast has been held...

One thousand points down, one ring to go

One thousand points down, one ring to go

by Colin Morrow, Editor-In-Chief
February 14 • 81 views
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Twelve players in Glen Rock basketball's history have reached 1,000 points in their high school careers. The most recent to accomplish this feat is senior Kelly Lohr, whose hard work since she began playing has paid off. This accomplishment is just one of many that Lohr has achieved since joining...

Boys varsity basketball wins at home against Rutherford

Boys varsity basketball wins at home against Rutherford

by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer
February 1 • 98 views
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After two consecutive tough losses, the boy’s varsity basketball team’s achieved redemption against rival Rutherford. Coach Mittleman is on the hunt for a share of the division title. The team previously lost to Rutherford in the third game of the season. Rutherford guard Dom Mignone had scored...

Underrated hockey team almost catches up to Glen Rock

Underrated hockey team almost catches up to Glen Rock

by Olivia Traphagen, Senior Staff Writer
February 1 • 100 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports, The Panther Den

Senior captain Jake Kinney exhorted the boys up to finish the game strong and take the 8-5 win against Paramus Catholic on Sunday night in the Hackensack Ice House. The Glen Rock boys hockey team had felt confident on Sunday as they skated onto the ice. The boys were predicted to beat Paramus Catholic...

Boys hockey loses county championship against Don Bosco Prep

Boys hockey loses county championship against Don Bosco Prep

by Kate Casey, Advertising and Business Manager
January 20 • 217 views
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The Bergen County Tournament came to a close after the boys hockey team suffered a devastating loss against (No. 5) Don Bosco Prep on Jan. 18 at the Ice Vault in Wayne, NJ. After achieving an unexpected win against Bergen Catholic on Jan. 16, (No. 10) Glen Rock made its first appearance in the champ...