Cross Country Holds the Lead

Cross Country Holds the Lead

Camille Ake, Staff Writer

October 9, 2013


Filed under School News, Showcase, Sports

The New Providence boys and girls cross country teams are taking over the fall sports season as if it were a race. The 2013 season has been going quite well so far for both teams. Led under the coaching of Mr. Arnold and assistant coach Ms. Prufer, the New Providence team has great leadership to thank...

Cross Country Update

Camille Ake, Staff Writer

October 9, 2013


Filed under School News, Sports

It was back to business for both boys and girls cross country teams when the Shore Coaches Invitational hit hard on Saturday the 5th. The course, better known as Holmdel, is one of the toughest courses any cross country runner will ever race in their high school careers. The course is split into many...

Boys’ Soccer Preview

Boys’ Soccer Preview

Brett Caminiti, Staff Writer

October 1, 2013


Filed under School News, Showcase, Sports

With the 2013 boys’ soccer season on the horizon, New Providence Pioneers look to have a bounce back season after a tumultuous 2012 campaign. Despite the loss of key players such as strikers Conor Pellas and Kyle Kroeger, and defenders Dan Smith and Matt Schwartz, returning players believe this...

Player Spotlight: James Burke

Player Spotlight: James Burke

Brett Caminiti, Staff Writer

October 1, 2013


Filed under School News, Showcase, Sports

New Providence boys’ varsity soccer co-captain James Burke is the multi-dimensional student-athlete that every coach would love to have. Aside from being a shutdown defender for the NP soccer team, Burke is one of the top players on the school’s successful and competitive lacrosse team that made...

Pioneers Fall to Plainfield

Brett Caminiti, Staff Writer

October 1, 2013


Filed under School News, Sports

The Plainfield boys’ soccer team shut out New Providence, 1-0, on Tuesday September 24 at Leider Field. Backed by the solid effort in net by Plainfield goalkeeper Juan Barron, striker Miguel Hernandez scored the lone goal to give the Cardinals the shutout win. Before Plainfield’s goal, the...

Pioneers Destroy Dayton

Pioneers Destroy Dayton

Dean Bogdanovic, Staff Writer

October 1, 2013


Filed under School News, Showcase, Sports

The first Friday night football game of the season was one to remember for the Pioneers. With Senior back Brian Urness recovering from an injury, everyone on the team needed to step up their game. That is exactly what they did. New Providence absolutely dominated. Jonathan Dayton fielded a strong...

New Providence Boys Soccer Tramples McNair Academy, 6-1

Brett Caminiti, Staff Writer

October 1, 2013


Filed under School News, Sports

Sophomores Sean Regan and Nathan Dounel each netted a pair of goals as the Pioneers snapped their 4 game losing streak against McNair Academy in Jersey City on September 28, 6-1. Strikers John Vetter and James Marriot also tallied a goal in the New Providence victory. Pioneer goalie Michael Zamora put...

Class of 2013 College Decisions!

June 19, 2013


Filed under Features, News, School News, Showcase

It's that time of year again! As the school year comes to an end another class of Pioneers moves on.  After long nights of applications and waiting by the mailbox for decisions, here are the colleges of the NPHS seniors!   Alex Agresti:     Berklee College of Music Pat Alexander:     SUNY-ESF ...

Successful Students!

Laila Stedman

June 18, 2013


Filed under Features, News, School News

Hard working, natural leader, top of the class, passionate, dedicated, athletic, musical.  Those are just some of the wonderful characteristics that make up New Providence School students, and there are dozens of scholarships awarded to Seniors who demonstrate a combination of these characteristi...

The Deceitful Wonders of the iPad

The Deceitful Wonders of the iPad

Matthew Timpone

June 4, 2013


Filed under Editorial, Features, School News, Showcase

 On February 5th, the learning experience in New Providence High School was forever changed as every Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior was given an iPad.  In the weeks and even months leading up to getting the iPads, everyone was wondering how they would affect the learning of the students.  It seemed...

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