The Fairviewer

A Season For the Books

Jonathan Tosh

March 15, 2013

A strong season for the VHS girls’ basketball team ended in dismay on Saturday March 2 after a home loss to Butler. Whether the numerous and unruly Butler fans had anything to do with the loss or not, the Lady Hillbillies put...

Atlantic City Appearances for Greco and Cordasco Highlight Wrestling Season

Jon Tosh

March 14, 2013

The lights were bright and the crowd was loud as VHS senior Frank Greco took off his headphones and stepped onto the mat in Atlantic City in front of thousands of spectators. A win would put Greco into an elite category of VHS...

Boys Basketball Team Endures Tough Loss in Season Ending State Game

Catherine Aracil, Reporter

March 13, 2013

The VHS boys’ basketball team was proud of what it accomplished this year despite a close loss in its season-ending home state playoff game versus Becton. The game ended with an upsettingly close score of 48-46, after the...

Winter Track Team Sweeps Title

Kelsey Attamante, Reporter

February 27, 2013

When you say “the bubble” to the average VHS student, he or she might think of bubble gum or bath bubbles. But when you mention “the bubble” to Verona Winter Track athletes, they think of something entirely different. To...

Foul Fans

Matt Braschi

February 26, 2013

F*%# you J.J! F*%# you J.J! F*%# you J.J! A few years back, when he was a star basketball player at Duke University, this was how J.J. Redick could expect to be greeted by opposing fans.  Redick, now in the NBA, was an exceptional...

Langan Reaches Milestone

Jackie Noyes

February 11, 2013

There are many times in a sport team’s career that the team as a whole is recognized for its accomplishments, but it is not every day that a single player is noticed for hers. On January 12, 2013, VHS Senior Amanda Langan had...

VHS Senior Honored at Seton Hall

February 8, 2013

VHS Senior softball player Brianna DaRin, was among 150 young women honored by the National Association for Girls and Women in Sports at Seton Hall University on Saturday, January 27. The organization and the New Jersey State...

Bowl Games

Jon Tosh, Reporter

January 31, 2013

For a second consecutive year, the BCS National Champion has been decided by a computer. Although Alabama won in the championship game over then undefeated Notre Dame, three teams all finished the season with the same record:...


John Motley, Reporter

January 31, 2013

The most outstanding player in college football this year was just a freshman. Texas A&M’s John Manziel, or Johnny Football, as most of the country came to know him, captured the 78th annual Heisman Trophy. In doing so, ...

Prejudice on the Pitch

John Motley, Reporter

January 18, 2013

Professional soccer players usually only leave the pitch during a match when it’s the half-time intermission or once the match is over. Yet now players are leaving the pitch for a new reason: racism. Italian soccer powerhouse,...

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