Friday, March 23, 2012
With rain predicted through the weekend, why not stay dry inside and see some great high school theater?
After the spectacular weather we had this past week, there can be no doubt that spring is in the air. And so are high school spring musicals. Area high schools are offering a garden variety of shows that are sure to lift your spirits without breaking the bank. So, enjoy a great night out and support our young performers. 1. New Milford High School 9 to 5: The Musical: Directed by Jonathan Silver (NMHS 05) and produced by Alexander Diaz (NMHS 03), Director of Education & Outreach at Bergen Performing Arts Center, this musical takes you back to 1980 and will have you humming along with all those memorable Dolly Parton tunes. Choreographed by Liberty Cogen, this isn't just theater. This is theater at its finest. 8:00 p.m performances Fri. …
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Caught sleeping in the first, the Ironmen later came back to advance over the Crusaders in the state tournament
Saturday, December 24, 2011
In the 101st meeting of arch rivals Don Bosco and Bergen Catholic on the court, Bosco came out on top, 67-54
ORADELL— With 35 seconds remaining, Don Bosco forward Dajon Toddmann came running into the paint from the wing as teammate John Landro hit him with a pass, and the former slammed it home for a final exclamation point. Bergen Catholic (2-1) hung around, but turnovers and missed free throws did the Crusaders in, as they fell to visiting rival Don Bosco 67-54 in Big North United action in the 101st meeting between the teams. The game was fast paced as both teams displayed explosive quickness running up and down the floor. “You’ve got to be precise and you’ve got to be detailed,” said BC’s first-year head coach Billy Armstrong. “When you’re not, good teams make you pay for it – and that’s what happened. A couple times we had some turnovers, …
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
In their first meeting of the season, the two sides played a hard fought, double OT match in Oradell.
ORADELL— Don Bosco and Bergen Catholic played 110 minutes of hard fought, physical soccer, with both teams pressuring and creating chances—but neither side was able to find the back of the net. “I thought we had the better opportunities,” said BC’s second year head coach Rui DosSantos. “We just need to be a little more composed in the goal and finish.” Both teams rifled numerous shots at the opposing goal—at times, seemingly back and forth—some on target, others going off the mark. Several chances for both squads were spoiled due to players being caught offside. Both keepers—Jack Power (DB) and Trevor Nicol (BC)—were superb in front of the net, and came up with some big stops throughout. When asked if a tie is better than a loss, …