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Nutley Girl's Flag Football End Season with High Hopes

The Nutley Raiders Girls Flag Football team ended their 2024 season on May 13 with a 21-8 loss against St. Benedict’s Prep. Despite the loss, the girls managed to finish first in their division and earn a spot in the playoffs. Their first playoff game will be against West Orange in Ridgewood on Saturday, May 18. If they defeat West Orange, they will face Ridgewood.



Boys Volleyball Maintains a Solid Record

The Nutley Boys Varsity volleyball season kicked off with a match against Newark Tech on April 1st, 2024. Their record is presently 11-5. The team has only been competing for three years and the boys are looking forward to a promising season. The team’s 2021-2022 season ended at 10-10, and the 2022-2023 season ended 20-5. 



Girls Varsity soccer ends season

The Varsity Girls soccer team finished their season on October 25th with a  loss against Somerville to bring their season record to 6 wins and 14 losses. Freshman Isa Harrington and Junior Brooke Yero were two of the many outstanding players of the season. 



JV Soccer ends season with 8-12 record

The JV soccer team players finished their season with a 8-12 record. 


Several team members share the idea that friendship and family are two ways in which members of the JV soccer team feel about each other. Because they spend so much time together, they find themselves relying on each other and supporting each other through their challenges.



JV Football ends season

The JV football team finished its season with an overall record of 5-4. There have been many improvements with the team throughout the season. “I do have to give a shout out to Mike Misner and Anthony Curcio who made big improvements on and off the field,” Coach Mike Padilla said. 



“1-2-Raiders!” - A Senior Spotlight on the Girls’ Varsity Tennis Co-Captains

For senior athletes, the last match, race, or game of a season is always an emotional time. Tears are shed on behalf of the team. Coaches mourn the loss of some of their most valuable players—players they’ve spent nearly four years mentoring and guiding in their sport. Players hold each other tightly as they bask in the glory of a last cheer, the last hoorah they’ll ever get in their high school career.


Nutley Will Play Baseball This Summer

The Nutley Raiders will play summer ball. The matchups will begin on June 12 and will wrap up on July 20. There will also be playoff matchups following these dates. Some former teams the Raiders faced during the regular season will also be playing in this tournament. All games will be played at 5:45 pm. Below is the schedule for the upcoming tournament for the Nutley Raiders:


6/12: Nutley @ Caldwell

6/14: Columbia @ Nutley

6/19: Ferris @ Nutley

6/21: Nutley @ West Orange

6/26: West Essex Red @ Nutley

6/28: Glen Ridge @ Nutley


Reviewing the 22-23 NHL Playoffs

Every April, hockey fans around the world enter what some will call the most stressful time of the year. Elevated heart rates, all-nighters on weekdays, stress snacking, and shouting, all parts of the experience of watching your favorite team face off in a playoff game. Sometimes your team doesn’t make it, sometimes the games result in boring blowouts. Luckily for us, some fresh faces have joined the competition this year in the race for the Stanley Cup.



Nutley Closes Out The 2023 Season With A Bang

This past Tuesday, May 23rd, the Raiders captured a victory in their final game of the season on the road against Old Tappan. Heading into their final matchup of the year, Old Tappan was ranked first in the Big North National division and Nutley was ranked sixth in the SEC American division. 



Raiders Capture Final Home Game Win Against Dumont

This past Thursday, May 18th, the Raiders beat Dumont 9-4 in their last home game of the season. This matchup was crucial because it determined the Raider’s seed in the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Tournament (NJSIAA). Now granted, sitting at a then 5-14 record wasn’t going to determine if they would be a top-five seed, however, it would put them at a lower seed with a potential home game later on in the tournament.


Nutley Wins Sixth Consecutive against Belleville

Nutley Baseball has defeated Belleville in their last five meetings, and Saturday morning's matchup was no different. The Raiders got the ball rolling again against the Buccaneers, following a rough five-game losing streak. Nutley was looking to move up in the rankings in the SEC American division, New Jersey’s toughest baseball conference at the high school level. Heading into Saturday’s matchup, Belleville was ranked first in the Colonial division and Nutley was ranked seventh in the SEC American division.