The student news site of Cresskill High School

The Communiqué

The student news site of Cresskill High School

The Communiqué

The student news site of Cresskill High School

The Communiqué

Woodford's Winners: A Recap of the Spring Boys' Track Season

Woodford’s Winners: A Recap of the Spring Boys’ Track Season

Danielle Tilp June 30, 2021

The 2021 spring track season for the boy’s Cresskill track team was one for the history books. They broke records, won multiple big meets, and showed what even a small town like Cresskill is capable...

What the upcoming 2021-2022 football season holds...

What the upcoming 2021-2022 football season holds…

Paul Yoon June 30, 2021

After years of consistent success, the Cresskill football team faces a new problem, a lack of returning starters.  The Cougars will only have four players who have started in varsity games in the past. ...

Did Naomi Osaka Make the Right Decision by Withdrawing from the French Open?

Did Naomi Osaka Make the Right Decision by Withdrawing from the French Open?

Rachel Yu June 29, 2021

Throughout the long history of sports, society has drawn weak viewpoints towards  high-profile athletes withdrawing themselves from sporting events for any other reason than a physical injury, however,...

Danielle Tilp: Cresskill’s Track Prodigy

Danielle Tilp: Cresskill’s Track Prodigy

Suzanne Slovak June 29, 2021

Cresskill has a history of great track and field athletes. The newest one is sophomore Danielle Tilp. Inspired by her dad, Danielle has been running for the past 9 years and even qualified for the Junior...

Should College Athletes Get Paid?

Should College Athletes Get Paid?

Minsung Kang, Author May 17, 2021

Whether or not college athletes should be paid or not has been a considerable debate for the last couple of decades. Many student-athletes from big schools have been proposing that they should be paid,...

Making First Team and Making History

Making First Team and Making History

Danielle Tilp, Staff Writer January 6, 2021

Senior soccer player Brandon Tilp was recently awarded a place on the New Jersey First Team All-Group 1 team. After four years on the Cresskill High School’s Boys Varsity Soccer team, Tilp ended his...

Cresskill Upsets Undefeated Waldwick In Last Minute Duel

Cresskill Upsets Undefeated Waldwick In Last Minute Duel

Sidney Hamburger November 12, 2020

On Saturday Cresskill upset the unbeaten Waldwick 25-13 on their home turf at Cresskill High School. Despite having their game scheduled three days before it happened, the squad dominated the Warriors...

Double Trouble With Waldwick: Brandon Tilp’s Take

Double Trouble With Waldwick: Brandon Tilp’s Take

Danielle Tilp, Staff Writer November 9, 2020

The Cresskill High School boys varsity soccer team plans to face their rival, Waldwick, this Monday, November 9th. Both teams prepare to face each other for the first time this season. Brandon Tilp, senior...

Heat vs. Lakers, the Unexpected Finals

Heat vs. Lakers, the Unexpected Finals

Yoav Kovar, Segev Sharon, and Brian McQuillen October 16, 2020

The 2020 NBA season was the craziest season the league had ever had. Due to COVID-19, the league experienced a hiatus from early March to late July. Games resumed in a ‘bubble’ in Orlando, where the...

The Cougars line up against the Patriots on Friday night. Photo Courtesy of Isora Abreu.

Cresskill Runs Through Secaucus on Senior Night

Sidney Hamburger, Sports Editor October 13, 2020

Cresskill Football showed up and showed out during their home opener against the Secaucus Patriots on Friday night. It was a special senior night for the Cougars who rolled their divisional opponent to...

The Future Of CHS Football In The Age Of Covid

The Future Of CHS Football In The Age Of Covid

Brian McQuillen, Sports Editor September 30, 2020

Over the past couple of months, Covid-19 has affected so many people across the world. Thousands of people have not only contracted the virus, but have died. 2020 has been a year filled with unpredictable...

Fall Sports Preview

Sidney Hamburger and Ohr Gutman September 27, 2020

Sports are back and stranger than ever. That is, they’re back to the extent that they can be under the circumstances. The COVID-19 outbreak in early spring led to sports’ worldwide cancellation, ranging...

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