Athletics

Skyland Conference

As a result of extensive realignment by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, most of the Upper School athletic teams at Gill St. Bernard’s began competition in the Skyland Conference in the fall of 2009. The Skyland Conference includes 24 public and private high schools from Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties and provides regular season schedules as well as championship events for its member schools. Each sport has been placed in a division within the conference based on enrollment, geography, and the overall strength of the program. GSB teams and student-athletes will continue to enter Prep B and Somerset County tournaments and, as full members of the NJSIAA, will be eligible for all state-level post season events.


SKYLAND CONFERENCE – 2014-16 DIVISION ALIGNMENTS
(2-year cycle)

BOYS SOCCER:
DELAWARE DIVISIONHunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Ridge, Pingry
RARITAN DIVISION – Watchung Hills, Franklin, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg
VALLEY DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Immaculata, Bernards, Delaware Valley, Voorhees, Somerville, Warren Hills
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – North Plainfield, Belvidere, Bound Brook, Manville, South Hunterdon, Rutgers Prep
 
GIRLS SOCCER:
DELAWARE DIVISIONHunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Ridge, Pingry
RARITAN DIVISION – Watchung Hills, Franklin, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg
VALLEY DIVISION – Mount St. Mary’s, Immaculata, Bernards, Delaware Valley, Voorhees, Somerville, Warren Hills
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, South Hunterdon, Manville, Bound Brook, Belvidere, North Plainfield
 
GIRLS TENNIS:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Watchung Hills, Ridge, Montgomery, Pingry
RARITAN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, Bernards, Voorhees, North Hunterdon, Franklin
VALLEY DIVISION – Phillipsburg, Warren Hills, Somerville, North Plainfield, Bound Brook, Immaculata, Mount St. Mary’s
 
CROSS COUNTRY:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Ridge, North Hunterdon
RARITAN DIVISION – Franklin, Watchung Hills, Montgomery, Phillipsburg, Voorhees
VALLEY DIVISION – Warren Hills, Somerville, Delaware Valley, Bernards, Immaculata, Pingry
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, South Hunterdon, Manville, Bound Brook, Belvidere, North Plainfield
 
FENCING:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Watchung Hills, Ridge, Montgomery, Pingry
RARITAN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, North Hunterdon, Somerville, Voorhees, Bernards
 
GIRLS BASKETBALL:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, Franklin, Phillipsburg, Hillsborough, Bridgewater-Raritan
RARITAN DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Watchung Hills, Ridge, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Immaculata
VALLEY DIVISION – Warren Hills, Somerville, Voorhees, Delaware Valley, Mount St. Mary’s, Pingry
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – North Plainfield, Bernards, Belvidere, Bound Brook, Manville, South Hunterdon
 
BOYS BASKETBALL:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, Franklin, Ridge, Hillsborough, Bridgewater-Raritan
RARITAN DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Watchung Hills, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg, Immaculata
VALLEY DIVISION – Warren Hills, Somerville, Voorhees, Delaware Valley, Bernards, Bound Brook
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – North Plainfield, Belvidere, Manville, South Hunterdon, Pingry
 
ICE HOCKEY: (GSB Competes in the Greater Morris County League)
MENNEN DIVISION – Chatham, Kinnelon, Morris Knolls, Morristown, Morristown-Beard, Randolph
HALVORSEN DIVISION – Mendham, Mountain Lakes, Pequannock, Roxbury, Montville, West Morris
HAAS DIVISION – Park Regional, Madison, Sparta, Mount Olive, Newton/Lenape, High Point
CHARETTE DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Parsippany, Jefferson, Morris Hills, Vernon
 
INDOOR TRACK: (Skyland Conference does not split into divisions for Indoor Track.)
 
SWIMMING: (GSB competes independently, outside of the Skyland Conference.)
 
BASEBALL:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Watchung Hills, Immaculata
RARITAN DIVISION – Ridge, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg, Franklin
VALLEY DIVISION – Warren Hills, Somerville, Voorhees, Delaware Valley, Bernards, Rutgers Prep
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, North Plainfield, Belvidere, Bound Brook, Pingry, Manville, South Hunterdon
 
SOFTBALL:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Watchung Hills, Immaculata
RARITAN DIVISION – Ridge, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg, Franklin, Warren Hills
VALLEY DIVISION – Somerville, Voorhees, Delaware Valley, Bernards, Belvidere, Pingry
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, North Plainfield, Rutgers Prep, Mount St. Mary’s, Bound Brook, Manville, South Hunterdon
 
BOYS TENNIS:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Watchung Hills, Ridge, Montgomery, Pingry
RARITAN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, Franklin, North Hunterdon, Bernards, Somerville, Warren Hills
VALLEY DIVISION – Phillipsburg, Voorhees, North Plainfield, Bound Brook, Immaculata
 
SPRING TRACK AND FIELD:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Watchung Hills, Franklin, Ridge, Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg
RARITAN DIVISION – Warren Hills, Somerville, Voorhees, Delaware Valley, Pingry
VALLEY DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, North Plainfield, Bernards, Bound Brook, Manville, South Hunterdon, Mount St. Mary’s
 
GOLF:
DELAWARE DIVISION – Hunterdon Central, Bridgewater-Raritan, Hillsborough, Watchung Hills, Ridge
RARITAN DIVISION – Montgomery, North Hunterdon, Phillipsburg, Warren Hills
VALLEY DIVISION – Somerville, Voorhees, Delaware Valley, Immaculata, Pingry
MOUNTAIN DIVISION – Gill St. Bernard’s, Rutgers Prep, South Hunterdon, Bernards, Belvidere
 
BOYS AND GIRLS LACROSSE: (GSB competes independently, outside of the Skyland Conference.)
Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a vigorous, meaningful and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.