Sunday, January 13, 2013
Scores 17 as Warriors beat West Windsor-Plainsboro South.
Sunday, January 13
Watchung Hills Regional senior Steve Weidlich picked up his 1,000th point during Saturday's boys basketball game against West Windsor-Plainsboro South, according to MyCentralJersey.com. Overall, Weidlich scored 17 in the Warriors' 56-41 win, helping the team improve to 9-1 on the season. The team was playing in the Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout, held at Montgomery High School.
Friday, January 27, 2012
Team's 20-point fourth-quarter erases 8-point deficit at the half to secure the win.
The Watchung Hills Regional High School boys basketball team hosted county rival Ridge Thursday night. Although trailing throughout the game, the Warriors tie the game at the halfway point of the final frame and go on to win by 5 points. IN SHORT After trailing for the entire game, the Warriors crept back into the game and tied the score at 41-41 with 4:11 left of the fourth quarter. Both teams fought to keep the edge, but it was the strong defense of Hills and 5-for-6 shooting from the free throw line that would be the difference. "This was a team win tonight. Everyone stepped up and got this win. Ridge is the second best shooting team in the county and our team defense's made the difference tonight." - Watchung Hills coach Justin …
Friday, January 6, 2012
Coach Justin Salton changes up defense to claim 49-47 win
Friday, December 23, 2011
Watchung Hills travels to Summit on Tuesday.
In what was a tightly contested contest for the first three and a half quarters, the Watchung Hills Warriors boys basketball team blinked first, allowing the Hillsborough Raiders to capitalize and come away with a 45-37 victory. “We went cold again,” said Warriors’ head coach Justin Salton. “We didn’t knock down our shots, and we didn’t execute when we needed to.” The Warriors, however, turned much of the game—particularly the first half—into a back-and-forth dog fight. The first half saw several lead changes between the two teams, and the Warriors found themselves neck-and-neck with the Raiders—Watchung Hills (1-2) was only trailing by a 23-21 margin heading into halftime. After winning the third quarter to reduce the Raiders’ lead to a …