Warren Hills holds its own in tough spot at North Hunterdon football

Warren Hills got North Hunterdon’s attention quickly Friday night.

The Blue Streaks came into the Lions’ Singley Field for Friday’s Mid-State 37 Raritan Division football game as underdogs.

Sure, both teams were 1-0, but North Hunterdon’s win was over 2016 division champion and longtime state power Summit while the Blue Streaks’ triumph came against Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 2-19 in its last 21 games.

But Warren Hills looked nothing like an underdog early. One Blue Streak drive only ended on a spectacular end-zone pass breakup by the Lions senior cornerback Colin Lavigne in front of junior Bryce Kastra. A scoreless first quarter was …read more

Source: LehighValleyLive

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