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Photo Gallery: Warriors Fall To Superchiefs In Annual Thanksgiving Gridiron Matchup

Photo Gallery: Warriors Fall To Superchiefs In Annual Thanksgiving Gridiron Matchup

The Piscataway High School Superchiefs built a commanding lead during the first quarter on their way to a lopsided 38-7 win over the FHS Warriors in the annual Thanksgiving day football game. The Superchiefs scored three times in the 12-minute period. In fact, Piscataway scored on every possession save the last, when they opted to run out […]








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1996 FHS Championship Teams Reunite, Honor ‘Legacy Of Gold’

1996 FHS Championship Teams Reunite, Honor ‘Legacy Of Gold’

Members of several Franklin High School championship teams from the mid-1990s gathered at the school Nov. 22 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their achievements. Organizers also used the event to debut a documentary on the winning seasons and to announce the reformation of the FHS Hal of Fame committee. Honored were members of the […]








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FHS Cross-Country, Track Standout Commits To Rutgers

FHS Cross-Country, Track Standout Commits To Rutgers

It was National Signing Day Nov. 9 at Franklin High School, and front and center was Bill Hill, the cross-country and track standout  who started his athletic career playing soccer. Surrounded by friends and family, Hill ceremoniously signs this letter of intent to attend Rutgers University next fall. A goalie for the FHS soccer team […]








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FHS Football Warrior Brandon Harrison Commits To Pace On National Signing Day

FHS Football Warrior Brandon Harrison Commits To Pace On National Signing Day

Under the watchful eyes of his mother, father and grandfather, Franklin High School football defensive tackle Brandon Harrison signed his Letter of Intent to attend Pace University in New York City. The first person in his family to attend college on a sports scholarship, Harrison said the day “feels great.” “It’s pretty exciting knowing where […]








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Updated: Inaugural FHS ‘Hoops For Troops’ Fundraiser Deemed A Success

Updated: Inaugural FHS ‘Hoops For Troops’ Fundraiser Deemed A Success

Update: The event raised $1,310 for Support Arms and $100 and 1o pounds of food for the Franklin Food Bank. A second event is being planned for Jan. 28, 2017. Original Story: They’re still counting the receipts, but organizers of the first “Hoops for Troops” high school basketball fundraiser have declared the event a success. […]








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‘Hoops For Troops Basketball Classic’ Aims To Raise Money For Veterans

‘Hoops For Troops Basketball Classic’ Aims To Raise Money For Veterans

Eight boys’ basketball teams from around the region – including the Franklin High School Warriors – will converge at FHS Jan. 30 for a tournament to raise money for U.S.veterans. Conceived by FHS boys’ basketball coach Corey Floyd, the “Hoops for Troops Basketball Classic” also includes teams from Gill St. Bernards, Bedford Academy in Brooklyn, […]








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Rutgers Prep Girls’ Basketball Remains Undefeated, Coach Notches 500th Win

Rutgers Prep Girls’ Basketball Remains Undefeated, Coach Notches 500th Win

Submitted by Terrence J. Ladd, Rutgers Prep Director of Marketing and Communications. The Rutgers Prep girls’ basketball team continued its so-far-undefeated season Jan. 14 with a 69-21 victory over Hillsborough High School, earning coach Mary Klinger her 500th win. Many Rutgers Prep (and coach Klinger) fans showed up in anticipation of the event, and as the seconds ticked […]








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FHS Girls Basketball Team Hits The Boards With High Hopes

FHS Girls Basketball Team Hits The Boards With High Hopes

FHS girls basketball coach Audrey Taylor still chuckles when she thinks of the 2014-15 team’s historic run. The team, which would see Adriana Miller become the programs’ all-time leading scorer, captured the NJSIAA Group IV title and made it to the state Tournament of Champions semifinals, the first time the Lady Warriors had made it […]








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FHS Sports: Football Warriors Lose Heartbreaker To Elizabeth

FHS Sports: Football Warriors Lose Heartbreaker To Elizabeth

Two missed extra points and an incomplete hail-Mary pass as time ran out led to defeat for the Franklin High School Warrior football team in their home opener Sept. 25. The Warriors, 1-2, lost a heartbreaker to the Minutemen of Elizabeth High School, 14-12. For the most part, Franklin’s defense dominated Elizabeth, which is now […]








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FHS Girls Varsity Soccer Falls To Hunterdon Central, But Not Without A Fight

FHS Girls Varsity Soccer Falls To Hunterdon Central, But Not Without A Fight

On paper, the girls varsity soccer match between Franklin High School and Hunterdon Central Regional High School should have resulted in a big win for Hunterdon. But the Devils – ranked No. 13 in the state – had a devil of a time with the Lady Warriors on Sept. 18, although they did emerge with […]








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