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SCHEDULE CHANGE: The Green Wave plays in the state championship semifinals on Friday night, and we want you with us in the fan zone! Top-seeded Delbarton faces off against #4 seed Bishop Eustace at 6:30pm at Codey Arena.
The Green Wave dominated the Region 3 Tournament this weekend as five wrestlers won individual titles, eight wrestlers earned spots in the state championships, and Nick Farro ’16 was named Most Outstanding Wrestler.
7th Grade Science assignment: Model Earth's layers in food. Clean-up time was a cinch, with an assist from hungry sophomores. Click here for photos.
The Holy Cross senior scored four goals—including the game winner—to help the Crusaders finish a seismic 13-12 upset of No. 8 Loyola on the road in Maryland. The win gave Holy Cross its first-ever win against a nationally-ranked team.
The Green Wave won both the slalom and giant slalom competitions in order to repeat as the combined State Champions. Each of Delbarton’s varsity racers has also qualified for the Race of Champions.
Last season left no doubt as to why Coach Ruebling is deserving of this honor. The Green Wave went 21-3 and won four titles, including a record 13th NJSIAA State Championship and an unprecedented 4th T of C crown.
The Green Wave had five wrestlers win district crowns, and a record-breaking 13 Delbarton wrestlers advanced to this weekend's Region 3 competition thanks to Top 3 finishes in their weight classes.
Our annual Black History Fair took place on February 20 -- hats off to Alecia Ho-Sang for almost single-handedly catering the event. Click here for photos.
Our top-seeded Delbarton hockey team won its sixth Gordon Cup title on Saturday night thanks to a dominating 7-1 victory over #7 Bergen Catholic. Next up for the Green Wave is the NJSIAA Non-Public State Tournament and pursuit of the program’s unprecedented 11th state crown.
Science teacher Brian Theroux is testing our tolerance for winter with his recent Environmental Studies lab. Click here for photos of his senior ice core researchers at work...