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Hasbrouck Heights hires football coach with deep North Jersey roots

Eddie Suri figures he’s one-for-one, and it’s one he intends to keep.The 43-year-old veteran assistant was approved as the next head football coach at Hasbrouck Heights by the district’s Board of Education on Thursday night. It's his first head coaching job after stints at multiple North Jersey schools as an assistant, most recently at Westwood.“I live in Hasbrouck Heights, my wife graduated from Heights, it’s one of the towns where they love athletics, they love football,” Sur...

Eddie Suri figures he’s one-for-one, and it’s one he intends to keep.

The 43-year-old veteran assistant was approved as the next head football coach at Hasbrouck Heights by the district’s Board of Education on Thursday night. It's his first head coaching job after stints at multiple North Jersey schools as an assistant, most recently at Westwood.

“I live in Hasbrouck Heights, my wife graduated from Heights, it’s one of the towns where they love athletics, they love football,” Suri said. “This is the situation I was looking for. I wanted the closest thing to Westwood I could find. I am one-for-one. This is the only head coaching job I ever put in for.”

Suri was an All-Conference quarterback/defensive back at Elmwood Park before graduating in 1999. He then attended Montclair State, where he continued his football career.

Inspired by coach John DePalma, Suri knew he wanted to be a coach coming out of school. He started with Rutherford, working with the wide receivers and defensive backs, then latched on with Roger Kotlarz at Becton in 2007.

That Wildcats staff included Suri (now at Hasbrouck Heights), Nick Campanile (head coach at DePaul) Adam Baeira (head coach at Ramsey) and Tom Mulligan (head coach at Elmwood Park).

Suri followed Kotlarz first to Dover and then to Wayne Valley and was the offensive coordinator there from 2014-2017.

“Coach Suri and I have known each other for a long time,” Kotlarz said. “He brings great passion and work ethic each day and his football acumen is fantastic. His offensive scheme is always cutting edge and his units are always well-prepared. Hasbrouck Heights is in good hands, they’re getting a phenomenal coach and person.”

After taking a year off after the birth of his son Charles, Suri found a home at Westwood, working under Dennis Hard and then Bobby Guy. Last year, he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Cardinals. Westwood went 13-0 and won the Group 2 state title.

Suri said leaving Westwood is difficult and admitted he was emotional when he let Guy know he was moving on, but he feels like it’s time to take the next step.

“I think at the end of the day, I put my time in, I held various positions,” Suri said. “I know what it’s supposed to look like and I learned from some amazing coaches. You’re never fully ready, but I definitely know what it’s supposed to look like and I think I will get it there.”

The Aviators have long been a Group 1 and North Jersey Interscholastic Conference power. Suri takes over for Brian Ille, who went 18-12 in three years with the program. Hasbrouck Heights went 7-3 last season and lost to Hawthorne in the sectional semifinals.

“It’s a town where they love football. It’s a great place,” Suri said. “You sit down and talk to anyone from Heights and they know how important football is here. This is the situation I was looking for. There is no other job that I want.”

17 Rec Basketball Players Represent Hasbrouck Heights in All Star Games

WAYNE, NJ - 17 Hasbrouck Heights girls' rec basketball players represented the town at All Star games, competing with top talent from across North Jersey.The North West Bergen Passaic (NWBP) Travel basketball league hosted its annual All Star event on Saturday, February 24, in Wayne. There were 20 All-Star games played from third grade through eighth grade from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with teams being represented from around Bergen, Passaic, and Morris counties.Hasbrouck Heights had the maximum number of players selected per grade...

WAYNE, NJ - 17 Hasbrouck Heights girls' rec basketball players represented the town at All Star games, competing with top talent from across North Jersey.

The North West Bergen Passaic (NWBP) Travel basketball league hosted its annual All Star event on Saturday, February 24, in Wayne. There were 20 All-Star games played from third grade through eighth grade from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with teams being represented from around Bergen, Passaic, and Morris counties.

Hasbrouck Heights had the maximum number of players selected per grade level due to the success that the teams have been having so far in the season, being at or near the top of their divisions.

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"I had the honor of coaching four of the all-star teams (4th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade), and I watched our 5th-grade girls from the bleachers as a fan," said coach Mike Davis.

"All the girls played masterfully, representing Hasbrouck Heights, their teams, and their families in the absolute best way. Both in the box score with points, rebounds, assists, as well as great defensive play," said Davis."But also with how they interacted with the other all-stars from all around."

"It was awesome to see on-court rivals getting along and working together during the all star event," Davis continued. "For instance, at the eightth grade level, Ringwood and Hasbrouck Heights played a very competitive, physical and exhaustive game the night before the all star game, but then found themselves on the same all star team 12 to 15 hours later."

"They went from heated competitors to friendly teammates, chatting and laughing on the bench and rooting for each other during the game. It was awesome to see," he said. "And that was happening all over the event at all the different grade level games. In addition to recognizing the players who are having great years, exposing the girls to sportsmanship, support and instant comradery from players from all around, is just so great to see."

Players came from all over Northern NJ: Hasbrouck Heights, Paramus, Glen Ridge, West Milford, Ridgewood, Pompton Lakes, Ringwood, Wyckoff, Oakland, Mahwah, Ramsey, Pequannock, Wanaque, Northern Highlands, Waldwick, Montville, Wayne, Franklin Lakes, Fort Lee, North Haledon, Woodland Park, Dumont, Midland Park, Lincoln Park, Little Falls, New Milford, Kinnelon, Rockaway, Caldwell and Fair Lawn

Hasbrouck Heights 4th Grade Team Allstars Sophia Najjar Noelle Amerio Natalia Rodrigues Nayana Robles

Hasbrouck Heights 5th Grade Team Allstars Lyla Rodrigues Gianna Vivanco-Sosa Natalia Rodrigues Giuliana Capozzoli

Hasbrouck Heights 6th Grade Team Allstars Savannah Davis Dylan Gibbs-Sausa Nina Screvane-D'Amore

Hasbrouck Heights 7th Grade Team Allstars Sarah Harche Savannah Davis Grace Del Rosso

Hasbrouck Heights 8th Grade Team Allstars Ashley Shine Rayna Lalama Angelina DiLascio

Hawthorne football avenges early loss to Hasbrouck Heights, will host sectional final

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS − Hawthorne got revenge and a so-called “monkey off its back” with one impressive performance.The No. 3 seed Bears handled Hasbrouck Heights, 34-9, in Friday’s North 1, Group 1 football semifinal at Depken Field.Hawthorne (8-2) advanced to its first sectional final since 1987 and reversed its regular-season result against the Aviators − a 35-7 loss which took place on the same field."That one was 14-7 with 11 minutes to go in the game," Bears coach John Passero sa...

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS − Hawthorne got revenge and a so-called “monkey off its back” with one impressive performance.

The No. 3 seed Bears handled Hasbrouck Heights, 34-9, in Friday’s North 1, Group 1 football semifinal at Depken Field.

Hawthorne (8-2) advanced to its first sectional final since 1987 and reversed its regular-season result against the Aviators − a 35-7 loss which took place on the same field.

"That one was 14-7 with 11 minutes to go in the game," Bears coach John Passero said. "So we knew we could play with them. I thought our offense clicked a lot better [Friday]."

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Bears QB Tyler Menne threw three touchdown passes, including two to Matt Lorper, as the visitors scored on all four first-half possessions to lead 27-3.

"This is a big step for us," Lorper said. "We had a goal of making it here, but it's much better now than it was even thinking about it in June."

What it means

Up next for Hawthorne is playoff nemesis Mountain Lakes, which knocked out Passero's team from both the 2018 and 2019 playoffs. Those games were played in Morris County, and this time, the Bears will host.

"We've had some good games with them the last two times we played," the coach said. "So, it's pretty exciting to be home next week."

Hawthorne's last sectional final appearance was in North 1, Group 2, and that capped a string of three finals in four years under coach Tom DeMaio Sr. The program's last title, though, came under DeMaio in 1978.

Hasbrouck Heights, which was aiming for its sixth sectional title game since 2016, finished 7-3.

Key plays

Lorper came up big numerous times in the first half. His 22-yard punt return set up Hawthorne with a short field for its first drive, which culminated with a Logan Sakir 12-yard TD run.

On the first play of the second quarter, Lorper got behind the secondary, and Menne hit him in stride for a 58-yard touchdown to make it 14-3.

The senior receiver then made a diving, 20-yard catch on 4th-and-12 late in the second quarter to give the Bears a first down. He hauled in the ball near the sideline as momentum was taking him out of bounds.

"I remember just looking at the [side]line, seeing how close I was and realizing, 'I'm going to have to toe-tap this'," Lorper said. "I extended as far as I could, toe-tapped it, and I knew I was in when I caught it.

"It was probably one of the best catches in my life."

Game balls

► Menne completed 10-of-13 passes for 203 yards with the 3 TDs and ran 10 times for 21 yards and a score.

► Lorper caught 5 passes for 122 yards and added four tackles, aiding a defensive effort led by LB Rocco Monica (10 tackles) and Anthony DeLallo (4 tackles, INT).

► Senior Joey Formisano led the Aviator defense with 7 tackles, while senior Anthony Cummings starred on offense (4 catches, 52 yards) and special teams (2 kick returns, 53 yards).

They said it

"It's a monkey off our backs as coaches. This was our fifth time in the semifinals, and we finally got to the final." − Passero

HS Bowling: Hasbrouck Heights' Munoz is Named to First Team All Meadowlands

Photo Credit: Bob Tschinkel By TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro StaffPublishedMarch 6, 2024 at 2:30 AMSECAUCUS, NJ – Hasbrouck Heights sophomore Will Munoz was named to the first team NJIC All Meadowlands Boys Bowling team announced last week by the conference.Wood-Ridge juniors Dylan Matawa and Nico Altamura were named to the Second Team.Hasbrouck Heights senior Sam Montanez and Wood-Ridge junior Jadyn Arnone were given honorable mentio...

Photo Credit: Bob Tschinkel

By TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro Staff

PublishedMarch 6, 2024 at 2:30 AM

SECAUCUS, NJ – Hasbrouck Heights sophomore Will Munoz was named to the first team NJIC All Meadowlands Boys Bowling team announced last week by the conference.

Wood-Ridge juniors Dylan Matawa and Nico Altamura were named to the Second Team.

Hasbrouck Heights senior Sam Montanez and Wood-Ridge junior Jadyn Arnone were given honorable mention status.

NJIC Bowling 23-24
DIVISION: Meadowlands CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM: Lundhurst
COACH OF THE YEAR: Mark Offitto, Lyndhurst
FIRST TEAM
Name Grade School
Max Heun 12 St. Mary
Mark Rigano 11 Lyndhurst
Rolan Patel 11 North Arlington
Brian Battistus 12 Becton
Will Munoz 10 Hasbrouck Heights
Alexander Pilovsky 10 Becton
Alexander Garcia 10 North Arlington
Matthew Lawrence 12 St. Mary
Shane Keeler 12 Lyndhurst
SECOND TEAM
Name Grade School
Jake Kuenzle 12 Lyndhurst
Patrick O’Rourke 11 Lyndhurst
Blake Smith 11 Rutherford
Dylan Matawa 11 Wood-Ridge
Nico Altamura 11 Wood-Ridge
Brandon Fedarick 10 Rutherford
Leah Rodriguez 12 Becton
HONORABLE MENTION
Name Grade School
Shawn Healy 12 Becton
Brandon Vega 12 Harrison
Sam Montanez 11 Hasbrouck Heights
Bryan Intindola 12 Lyndhurst
Jonathan Garcia 9 North Arlington
Neil Rana 12 Rutherford
Gio Guevara 12 Secaucus
Matt Ferreira 12 St. Mary
Devin Trobiano 10 Wallington
Kayden Jones 10 Weehawken
Jadyn Arnone 11 Wood-Ridge

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