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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 10U RED TEAM FOR WINNING THE DISTRICT 10 TOURNAMENT AND ADVANCNG TO STATES!

 

The NHYBS 10U Red Select Team defeated Ridge 4-0 on Friday June 29 to win the 2018 District Title! With the win, the team advanced to the State Tournament in Hillsborough, where after another 4 wins, the team secured a spot in the Final round against South Plainfield on Tuesday July 10. Go 10U Red!!!

 

 

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NORTH HUNTERDON YOUTH BASEBALL GROVER WILSON SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED

The Grover Wilson Scholarship recognizes a senior boy who participated in the North Hunterdon Youth Baseball program, is planning to continue his education and has demonstrated the qualities and characteristics that represent the very best of sportsmanship, teamwork, scholastic achievement, volunteerism, and integrity. NHYB is proud to announce this year's winners of the Grover Wilson scholarship - Gehrig Anderson and Grant Sible. Both Gehrig and Grant participated in NHYB youth baseball, Senior League Ball, and played for four years in North Hunterdon High School baseball program. Gehrig will be continuing his education this Fall at Wake Forest University and Grant will be attending The College of New Jersey. Congratulations and Good Luck!

 

 

 

 

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North Hunterdon Youth Baseball & Softball “Painted it Pink” to Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer

The North Hunterdon Youth Baseball & Softball (NHYBS) organization with support from the Northwest New Jersey Community Action Partnership (NORWESCAP) hosted a fundraiser on Saturday October 21st at the Jericho complex in High Bridge NJ to raise awareness for breast cancer detection. NHYBS raised and donated $1,000 directly to the Screening/Mammogram portion of NORWESCAP’s Cancer Education and Early Detection program (CEED).

“CEED is trying to increase the rates of survival by offering free breast cancer screenings to low income and uninsured individuals,” said CEED Director Gladys Kowalski. “Not only do Fundraising campaigns surrounding breast cancer help raise awareness and fund progress, they can directly help people who are personally affected and lack funding for screenings.” 

“With more than 800 children involved in our organization, our Board of Directors thinks it is important to partner with organizations like NORWESCAP,  to conduct important awareness events for the families we serve in our community,” said George DeTorres, President of North Hunterdon Youth Baseball & Softball.  “Unfortunately, Breast Cancer is something many of our families and friends are affected by and we feel NORSWECAP’s CEED program is something we can stand behind as a league.”

Gladys Kowalski from CEED will be on hand to provide information on her program and assist anyone with questions on how to get help. In addition, monetary donations can be made directly to NORWESCAP on their webpage http://norwescap.org/how_to_donate.php

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