Fri, 10/19/2018 - 9:30p to 10:00p – Super Raffle Cleanup Crew (NEED 3)
Sat, 10/20/2018 - 3:15p to 4:15p – Spirit Rally Setup at North Hunterdon HS (NEED 7)
Sat, 10/20/2018 - 7:00p to 7:30p – Spirit Rally Mat Roll Up at North Hunterdon HS (NEED 6)
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
Oct 7 - Huskies 14U 26 - Rumson 6
The Huskies 14U had an important divisional game on Sunday against Rumson. The weather was perfect for the noon kickoff and the Huskies came ready to play taking down the Dawgs 26-6. The Huskies would go ground and pound early running behind some great blocking by the offensive line. With QB Alex Grantham back in action he led a nearly 6-minute drive for a touchdown. To put the Huskies up 8-0. The Huskies would then turn to the air game. Anthony Moscatello would catch two touchdowns, including one with no time left in the first half. Danny Delusant made a beautiful over the shoulder catch on a 40yd pass for a touchdown. Perhaps the best grab of the day was Jake Macce. Usually the center, Macce lined up as a receiver, made a fingertip grab down the middle and rumbled for 15 more yards. The defense was tough as ever as the Dawgs had no room to run. The pass defense surrendered only one completion with Kente Edwards patrolling the secondary. The Huskies battle Sunday against River Plaza with the winner taking home a first round bye.
Oct 7 - Huskies 10U 6 – Matawan 13
The Hunterdon Huskies 10U traveled to Matawan for an intense division game which would pit Huskies vs Huskies. The Hunterdon Huskies scored on their first drive, going up 6-0. After an on sides recovery, the Huskies went back on offense, but stalled in the red zone. After 16 plays, Matawan took over on offense and was quick to score, going up 7-6. Moving the ball with ease, Hunterdon traveled down the field but again Matawan's defense tightened up in the RZ and the Hunterdon Huskies turned the ball over on downs. Matawan went to work deep in their own territory and produced another TD, putting the Matawan up 13-6 at halftime. The second half would wind up scoreless, with the Hunterdon moving the ball down the field, only to be stopped short of equalizing. "We controlled the time of possession. We had more yards on offense. The boys played a near perfect game, but we could not finish. We learned a lot and will look to improve before another big weekend," said Coach VanVolkenburgh.
On a side note, Fords lost to Freehold, creating a 4-way tie with Hunterdon, Matawan, Freehold and Fords. The next 2 weeks will see all four (4) 1st place teams square off in what will be a wild run into playoffs.
Oct 7 - Huskies 8/9U 0 - Ocean 7
They just won’t stop playing the game they love. Win or lose, your Husky 8/9 team left a big footprint in the turf in Ocean Township this past weekend as they faced off against the Ocean Spartans. The game was scoreless with the exception of a returned interception with less than 2 minutes to go in the first half. “Our defense had the best game of the season” exclaimed a proud defensive coordinator and assistant coach Joe Delusant. The defense forced 5 punts on the Spartans who had a very rough time registering many first downs. “When they went for it, we shut them down all but once allowing our offense to spend much time on the field” added Coach Delusant. With the Husky offense on the field a considerable more amount of time than the Spartans, the young dogs had many opportunities to take to the air for forward advancement. A few miscues however led to not posting any guest numbers on the scoreboard. Moving on to week 7, Dominic Masin and Dane Zagarino were named captains for the week. Masin, who over the last few weeks has made tremendous progress on both the practice field and game day had his strongest showing of the year on the defensive line. Zagarino, who engulfs the true meaning of the word TEAM, misses many games due to a personal commitment on Sundays. However, he still arrives each week to practice and works out with his team preparing them for game day. Your 8/9 team travels south once again to take on the River Plaza Chargers this Sunday at 10:30. This weekend’s contest will not only be another pay day for the boys, but will also be payback.
Hunterdon Huskies hosted the JSAYF Flag Football Alliance at Union Forge Field on Saturday October 6th. The Huskies squared off against division rival, Manalapan Braves. Manalapan Braves scored first, which was a wakeup call to this young but tough team. The Huskies answered the call with a long touchdown of their own off a QB keeper from Michael Kozmisnski. On the productive run, "Koz" caught two key blocks from Aiden Kumpf and Noah Florez. With two quick scores on the board and the early game jitters out of the way, both defenses began slowing down the ball movement. Jacob Stanley and Jack Taylor helped keep the Huskies D line dominant. In the defensive secondary, Tyler Bilyj and Mason Burd put on a clinic with great pursuit and some amazing flag pulls. Coach Kozmisnski summed up the day, "We are a very young and defensive minded team who have advanced very far in a short amount of time. The future is really bright for these young men."
After the game, the team celebrated with a pizza party. After the feast, the young pups picked up another game against Fords, since Asbury Park no showed. Thanks to all the parents and kids who stayed to ensure the boys from Fords had a game.
15 days until the big day! Don’t miss the chance to get your tickets before the event.
The sale of each ticket includes 2 seats at the Super Raffle dinner held on October 19, 2018 (RSVP requested) at the Glen Gardner VFW, 179 Main St, Glen Gardner. Tickets are requested to be returned on or before Sunday, October 14, 2018. For more information please email
WORK BOND – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
While we’re looking for volunteers for this weekend (and future dates) now is a good time to log in to your Huskies family account and verify your volunteer needs have been met. Please confirm your time volunteered is accurate. If not, please email
Below is a list of options to fulfill your work bond requirement if you have not met your family requirement. While additional opportunities may become available during the season we strongly suggest that you sign up for the items listed at once if you have not fulfilled the requirement as of this date.
What Tasks can I do to Fulfill My Work Bond?
All families are required to volunteer 4 hours per season. 2 hours snack shack, 2 hours during events, current openings:
10/6 Flag Game Activities, 10/19 Super Raffle Dinner Cleanup, 10/20 Spirit Rally, 10/21 Game Day Activities
Where do I sign up for volunteer hours?
Sign in to your Huskies website account:
Click Purple Volunteer Shifts Button on the right side of the Home Page
Go to Parent Tab, click Open Volunteer Shifts from the menu
Our 8th Graders on the field for one last home game together
A group photo with our Huskies Lifers!
9/29 - 14U - Huskies 12 - Jackson 6
The Huskies 14U team faced perennial favorite Jackson under the lights Saturday and came away with a 12-6 win. The Huskies were dealt a blow during the week when starting QB Alex Grantham went down with an injury. Anthony Moscatello would fill that role valiantly for the Huskies as he would lead them to a 12-6 victory. The Huskies first TD came on a 60-yard run aided by the blocking of Selvin Guerrera, Chadwick Bennett, Michael Maltz, Michael Peter Zocchi, and center Eric Sokolowiski. The Huskies 2nd TD was nifty Kente Edwards run down the sideline for 40-yards. The Huskies Defense was led by Danny Delusant who had a huge open field tackle late in the game, Edwards who had an interception, and a tough interior line led by Hunter Vos. The Huskies take on Rumson on Sunday in a big divisional match up.
9/29 - 10U - Huskies 20 - Asbury 0
The Asbury Park Blue Bishops squared off against the Hunterdon Huskies 10U squad under the lights on Saturday night. The Huskies took possession first and used up half of the first quarter to go up 6-0. After giving up a few first downs, Coach Ramaci made several defensive adjustments which slowed the high-speed attack of the Bishops. With the outside contained and different blitzing packages proving successful, the Huskies entered halftime up 6-0.
At the start of the second half, an onside kick recovery greatly changed the energy of the game. The Hunterdon Huskies White Offense took the field and drove down the field quickly. The white Offense played the majority of the second half. During this time, Hunterdon would score 2 more touchdowns and give up very few yards on defense. Coach Sauchelli stated, "We are truly fortunate to have so many offensive weapons and such an aggressive defense." Huskies 10U travel to Matawan on Sunday for another tough division game.
9/29 – 8/9U - Huskies 27 - Middlesex 0
Your Husky 8/9 squad walked onto Union Forge field this past Saturday with two goals…create memories together and create history together. When the final buzzer sounded, and the lights shined on them they did just that; shutting out the Middlesex Blue Jays with a score of 27-0.
With the Blue Jays deferring to the 2nd half, your 8/9 squad took advantage of having the first possession. With tremendous blocking from the offensive line and scrappy power running from running back Nic Alparone, the Huskies scored in just 7 plays on a 25-yard pitch to Jordan Riley. As the defense took the field, it was 3 and out for the Jays as they could not get the ball past the line of scrimmage. Linebacker Tadgh Bailey, and defensive tackle Cody Taylor found a lot of comfort in the Jays backfield registering many sacks and forcing their offense to adjust.
As the 2nd quarter began, the Husky offense was ready to find the end zone again as QB Hart Callanan orchestrated a 51-yard reverse to Riley that sent him into the end zone for the second time. Alparone would take the PAT making the score 13-0, but the young dogs were not done yet. After getting the ball back before the end of the 1st half; running back Ben Delusant exploded out of the right side of the line of scrimmage into the Blue Jay secondary with Callanan rolling out to the right. Callanan then hooked up with Delusant who ran 65 yards untouched for the TD. Callanan would take the PAT making the score 20-0 at the half.
On their first offensive possession in the 2nd half, running back Parker Brown left his normal home on the offensive line and devastated the Blue Jay secondary setting up the final touchdown for the day to tight end Luke Charbonneau. Charbonneau caught an 11-yard pass with Alparone scoring the PAT giving the Huskies a 27-0 final score.
On to week 7, Alparone and Charbonneau earned captains for the week as the Huskies travel to Ocean this Sunday at 3pm.