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Singh reads her VFW essay to a crowded room full of veterans and other spectators.

Those without senioritis

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor May 9, 2016

It is a strange predicament when the writer of the story finds himself at the epicenter of his topic, like standing in the eye of the hurricane and watching the gyre of winds swirl around it. Yet,...

Hockey star shines in Oakland

by Zach Riley, Staff Writer April 20, 2016

In a small town called Oakland, NJ,  resides Indian Hills High School, where the bus rolls up and stops to await a hockey team that has the credentials to be called a dominant team. Within this dominant...

Class of 2016 turns to Moes for funds

Class of 2016 turns to Moe’s for funds

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor February 7, 2016

In an effort to raise funds for Prom and other senior activities, the class of 2016 is conducting a fundraiser at Moe’s Southwest Grill on Wednesday, Feb. 24 from 2:30-9:30 p.m. This is one of many...

Glen Rock huddles before the third quarter begins

Glen Rock defeats Hawthorne, faces must win against Manchester

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor January 26, 2016

In its biggest game of the year so far, Glen Rock boys’ basketball leaned heavily on senior forward Kieran Rooney in a performance that kept its Bergen County Tournament hopes alive. Entering the...

To win against Mahwah, Glen Rock football has been practicing intently over the past two weeks.  The game will take place today at MetLife Stadium at 5 p.m.

Game Preview: Glen Rock to face off against Mahwah in North 1, Group 2 Sectional Final

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor December 4, 2015

Glen Rock football faces off against Mahwah on Friday, Dec. 5th, in the North 1, Group 2 state championship game. The game will take place at Metlife Stadium in what will be Glen Rock’s first appearance...

Quarterback Matt Schlett takes the snap late in the first quarter.

Glen Rock defeats Hawthorne 35-34, advances to final at Metlife Stadium

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor November 24, 2015

Football is often called a game of inches. This cliche rang true at the most important moment in Glen Rock’s 35-34 semi-final victory over Hawthorne. In a game that saw three lead changes during...

The girls volleyball team played in the state sectional finals game on Thursday, Nov. 12.

Girls’ volleyball caps outsanding season, loses to Bogota in state sectional finals

by Ryan Stolz and Christina Howie November 13, 2015

The girls’ volleyball team fell to No. 1 Bogota in the state sectional finals yesterday by a score of two sets to zero. The loss put a damper on an otherwise stellar season. The girls finished...

Glen Rock prepares for a corner kick that would lead to their first goal of the game.

Girls’ soccer exacts revenge, defeats Rutherford 5-0

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor October 29, 2015

On a day to honor the team's seniors, it was the juniors who had the biggest impact on the field. Glen Rock girls' soccer defeated Rutherford by a score of five to zero on Monday, Oct. 26. After being...

Glen Rock football beats Lyndhurst in Homecoming Game

Glen Rock football beats Lyndhurst in Homecoming Game

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor October 21, 2015

In an explosive offensive battle between Lyndhurst and Glen Rock, it was a defensive stand that stood out above the rest. Glen Rock yielded 331 rushing yards to Lyndhurst Quarterback, Peter Guerriero,...

Glen Rock Football played their first game with newly installed lights this past Friday.

Glen Rock Football stays hot, beats New Milford 6-0

by Ryan Stolz, Sports Editor October 13, 2015

Under the bright lights of Alan Deaett Field, both Glen Rock’s and New Milford’s defenses shone for 47 minutes. With both offenses averaging around 30 points per game as they entered Friday night,...

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