Somerville High School Girls Basketball earns the top seed and home court advantage throughout the NJSIAA North 2 Group 3 Sectional Tournament.  
 
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PRE-QUARTERS - 2/28/2017 - vs. #16 Summit
QUARTER FINALS - 3/2/2017 - vs. #8 or #9 - South Plainfield / Belleville
SEMI FINALS - 3/4/2017 - Likely #4 or #5   Orange / Chatham
FINALS - 3/6 - Likely #2 or #3 - Warren Hills / Mendham
 
 
 Somerville High School Girls Basketball earned the #3 in the SCIAA (Somerset County Interscholastic Athletic Association) and a double bye through the their quarterfinal HOME game on 2/16/2017 vs. the winner of Pingry and Gil St. Bernards.  
 
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 Somerville Girls Basketball Raises $4,000+ For Cancer Research

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SHS Baseball raises $1500+ for the Teamwork Limited Foundation

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Please follow our teams at our NJ.com page - Link Here
  
 
 
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PIONEER SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION
Step 1 - Sign up for a Family ID Account here (new registrants only):
  
Step 2 - Get a sports physical turned into Ms. Opalski:
 
Step 3 - Sign up for a SPRING sport:
 
 
Somerville Middle School
BULLDOG SPRING SPORTREGISTRATION
 
 
Step 1 - Sign up for a Family ID Account here (new registrants only):
  
Step 2 - Get a sports physical turned into Mrs. Duffy:
 
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The Somerville Public School District offers 25 athletic programs at Somerville High School and 10 at Somerville Middle School. Somerville High School is a proud charter member of the Skyland Conference, the Somerset County Interscholastic Athletic Association (SCIAA), the Mid State 38 Football Conference, and the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA).   
 
 
 
  • Winter 2015-16 Post Season Accolades

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 4/20/2016
     
     
     
     
    Boys Basketball Post Season Accolades
     
    Star Ledger All-State 
     
    Randy Walko - 1st Team Group 3 - Article Link
     
     
    Courier News All-Area
     
    Coach of the Year - Joe D'Alessandro - Article Link
     
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    1st Team All Area - Randy Walko
    2nd Team All Area - Jo Jo Mosca
    Honorable Mention - Johnny Jimenez
     
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     2016 Courier New All-Area Boys Basketball Team: (left to right) Tucker Richardson, Hunterdon Central; Max Mahoney, Ridge; Zahir Newell, Union Catholic; Adam Mitola, Gill St. Bernard's; Randy Walko, Somerville
     
    Girls Basketball Post Season Accolades
     
    Star Ledger All-State 
     
    Melody Van Ness - 2nd Team Group 3 
     
    Courier News All-Area 
     
    1st Team All Area - Melody Van Ness
    Honorable Mention - Angelica Borja, Nyasia Thomas 
     
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    2016 Courier News All-Area Girls Basketball first team. Left to Right: Melody Van Ness, Somerville; Jahsyni Knight, Rutgers Prep; Niki Metzel, Rutgers Prep; Allie Best, Voorhees. 
     
     
    Wrestling
     
    1st Team All Area - 132 lbs. - Evan Drill 
    Honorable Mention - 106 lbs. - Brock Laggini 
     
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  • Girls Basketball Donates Pink Out Proceeds to Steeplechase Cancer Center

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 3/3/2016

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    Congrats to the girls basketball team for a job well done in suppporting the Steeple Chase Cancer Center at RWJ Somerset!

    SHS Pink Out Press Release

     

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  • SCIAA BASKETBALL

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 2/27/2016
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    Congrats to the boys and girls basketball teams for an outstanding SCIAA Tournament run.  The girls entered the tournament as a #5 seed - After a 1st round bye, the girls defeated Pingry, then got revenge on a talented #4 Franklin team that had defeated the Lady Pioneers just a few weeks prior.  The Girls fell in the SCIAA semi finals to the eventual tournament champion and the #2 team in New Jersey - the Rutgers Prep Argonauts, coached by Hall of Famer Mary Klinger.  Great experience for a young team that plans to be back in the mix in 2017!
     
    The Boys Basketball Team entered the SCIAA tournament as the #3 seed, and following two byes, defeated the Rutgers Prep Argonauts for the 2nd time this season.  In the semi finals, the boys found themselves trailing most of the game to a hot Bridgewater-Raritan team, but prevailed 46-41, behind a stifling second half defense that only gave up 12 points.  The SCIAA final game - the first for The Ville since 1999 - was played at Franklin High School against #16 in NJ Gill St. Bernards.  The Ville ended their run in the SCIAA just short of a title, falling by a 66-51 score.  Finishing as the #1 Public School in Somerset County is no small feat, and The Ville drew tremendous support from its fan base.
     
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  • REGION 5 WRESTLING

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 2/27/2016
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    The Ville had three wrestlers compete in the NJSIAA Region 5 Tournament at Hunterdon Central - a top three finish at regionals, and the wrestler qualifies for the state tournament in Atlantic City.  
     
    At 106 lbs., sophomore Brock Laggini entered as the #8 seed.  After a first round bye as a result of being a district champion, Brock fell to Mitchell Politi from East Brunswick - the eventual champion at the weight.  Dropping down to the wrestle backs, Laggini defeated #4 seed Colby Koshinski from Voorhees by a 4-2 score.  In wrestle back round #2 Laggini was eliminated from the tournament following a 1 point loss to Jake Wiatroski, the #2 seed from Old Bridge, and eventual 3rd place finisher.  Top 6 place for Brock Laggini.
     
    At 126 lbs. Tyler Leeds entered the tournament as the #7 seed after finding out on the day of the tournament he was wrestling, due to a last minute scratch from another wrestler in the bracket.  In the opening round, Leeds picked up a 3-2 win over Jack Quinn of Woodbridge, before falling to the wrestle backs following a 10-1 loss at the hands of the #2 seed Nicholas Lombard from Monroe - the eventual 2nd place finisher.  In wrestle back 1, Leeds ran into a familiar foe in Terrence Rohmeyer from Montgomery, who for the third time in as many tries, earned a narrow decision over Leeds.  Just like Laggini, both of Leeds' losses came at the hands of state qualifiers as Rohmeyer won 3 straight matches to finish in 3rd and qualify for the state tournament.  
     
    At 132 lbs. NYU bound and undefeated Evan Drill entered as the #1 seed, looking for his first Region 5 title.  After a bye in round 1, Drill won by technical fall - 21-5 over Victor Torres from JFK Iselin, then pinned August Rohmeyer of Montgomery to earn his second finals trip in as many years.  In the finals, Drill won a hard fought 3-2 win over previously undefeated Robert Cleary of Edison.  For his efforts, Evan was awarded the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament, and is headed to Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall where he will attempt to finish in the top 8 of an extremely deep weight class.  
     
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  • COACH D'ALESSANDRO 500 WINS, BOYS & GIRLS ROLLING

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 2/15/2016
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    Congrats to Coach D'Alessandro (win #500) and the boys basketball team (12-0) after their win over Warren Hills on Tuesday 1/26.
     
     
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    Girls BB Story - NJ.com story here 
    Boys BB Story - mycentraljersey story here  
     
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  • Photos from Fencing

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 2/9/2016

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  • Softball Team - Developing a Community of Service

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 1/30/2016

    The Somerville softball team has been busy this off-season - not just in the cages.  The girls have been involved in numerous worthwhile community based projects.  Nice job girls and Coach Dailey.

     

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  • NJSIAA Tournaments

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 10/31/2015

    GIRLS SOCCER

    The Girls Soccer team won in round #1 by a 4-0 score over Red Bank on 11/2.  Next up is Warren Hills on Thursday 11/5 at 4:00 PM at home on Turf #1.

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    TENNIS

    Congrats to the girls tennis team for receiving the #6 seed in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 2 tournament.  They will play on Friday 10/2 at 3:00 at home (White Oak Park) vs. A.L. Johnson with the winner to face #3 Manasquan on 10/7.  Click the link below to view the CJ2 Bracket. 

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    1st Doubles Team of Kathy Chen and Meg Douglas have qualified for the NJSIAA 1st doubles State Championship.  They are 1 of  only 57 teams in the state of NJ to qualify, 1 of 4 from the Skyland Conference, and the ONLY team from the Valley Division to qualify.  CONGRATS!!! 

    NJSIAA Doubles Link

    NJSIAA Official Program

     

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  • SHS Girls Tennis Raises Money for Cancer Research

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 10/23/2015

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    This year the Girls Tennis team, with the guidance of Head Coach Michael Schmeltz, collected over $350 in donations from a bake sale and home room collections to support Breast Cancer Awareness. The money will be donated to The Sanofi U.S. Breast Cancer Program at the The Steeplechase Cancer Center located at RWJ Somerville.

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  • Senior Night Pictures

    Posted by Kyle Franey at 10/21/2015

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    Senior Night Pictures that were taken by Kevin McCormick have been uploaded to snapfish.

    You will need a snapfish account to view the album, where the pictures can be ordered.  

    LINK TO SNAPFISH ALBUM

     

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