The Glen Echo

Moravian Mike

Mike O'Hagan at signing day wearing a Moravian College polo shirt.

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

June 15, 2016

The score was tied at 34 when Michael O’Hagan walked to the line of scrimmage to protect Robert Ray as he kicked the extra point that could win the game and take Glen Rock to the North 1 Group 2 State Championship. The ball was snapped and O’Hagan shot out of his stance to shed the pass rush....

First and four years to go

First and four years to go

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

May 10, 2016

Round two of the state semi finals After beating Kittatinny in the first round of the North one Group two quarterfinals, the Glen Rock football team went on to the semi-finals to face Hawthorne. The score went back-and-forth all game and Glen Rock’s hopes for a state final appearance seemed lost la...

Before the game: Ice hockey state finals preview

Glen Rock celebrates after a 5-1 semi final victory over Mahwah.

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

March 7, 2016

For the first time in school history, the boys' ice hockey team will be playing for a state title. The game is tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the Prudential Center. The Panthers have won its league four years in a row and continue to dominate. Despite its recent success in the league, the efforts...

Junior ice hockey player has chance to beat brother’s record

Jake Kinney skating in the first period of last weeks 5-1 win over Mahwah in the semi-finals. With three more points, he will surpass his older brother's record.

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

March 7, 2016

Three more points. There is only one game left in the Glen Rock Panthers ice hockey season: the state championship game. This will be Jake Kinney’s (‘17) first attempt to win a state championship game, as the journey was cut short last year due to a 3-2 semi-final loss to Ramsey. Yet this...

Hockey team wins fourth straight league title, looks to ride momentum into state playoffs

Panthers celebrate their 4-2 win over St. Joes to win the Big North Freedom Division title.

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

February 23, 2016

The Glen Rock Panthers defeated Saint Joseph’s (Montvale) Green Knights by a score of 4-2 on Feb. 20 to take the Big North Freedom Division League title. The Panthers got off to a shaky start and gave up a goal off a rebound with 7:09 left in the first period. Brian Quinn (’16) ripped a shot off...

Baseball team aims for Toms River

The baseball team huddling prior to an 11-1 against the Lodi Rams

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

February 7, 2016

 April 1 marks the first game of the 2016 baseball season, and the team could not be more excited. Last season, the baseball team finished 14-10 and lost in the first round of playoffs to Dumont. “I think we have some high expectations for this season,” outfielder Max Felsenstein (’16) said. ...

Mistakes get the best of Glen Rock boys’ basketball in recent loss

After a Glen Rock turnover Pequannock takes control.

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

February 5, 2016

The Glen Rock basketball team lost to Pequannock on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The final score was 55-36. Glen Rock got off to a good start, going up 8-2  with four minutes left in the first quarter. However, Pequannock would go on its own run, outscoring Glen Rock by an 11-3 margin. Pequannock's point...

Rock Puck knocks off another team

Glen Rock celebrating after one of Corvelli's four goals.

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

December 18, 2015

The Glen Rock Panthers hockey team defeated the Point Pleasant Panthers by a score of 7-0 this past Sunday Dec. 13. The starting goaltenders were John Cunningham ('16) from Glen Rock and Connor Bennett ('16) from Point Pleasant. Cunningham went on to record his first shutout and third win of his...

A new way of looking at news

Google Cardboard with iPhone 6 and headphones

by Jack Jensen, Business Manager

November 19, 2015

The New York Times has partnered with Google and released its new virtual reality app. On Nov. 8, Sunday subscribers of the Times received Google Cardboard, which is essentially a piece of cardboard with glass eye holes that a subscriber can slide his or her phone into. To use the cardboard, th...

Lange joins teammate, takes talents to Drew

Lange joins teammate, takes talents to Drew

by Jack Jensen and Beth Keefe

November 2, 2015

Senior Matthew Lange recently committed to play baseball at Drew University, a division three school, in Madison, NJ. “Drew is very unique; it’s a liberal arts school. I’m undecided going in, and it’s a great school to help you choose which program you want to go into,” Lange said. Lange...

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