The Hightstown Rams Youth Football is an organization for children ages 5 through 14. Participation is open to residents of Hightstown, East Windsor, Cranbury, Roosevelt, Washington Township, Robbinsville and surrounding towns.
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2014 Pee Wee State Champions

Congratulations to the  Pee Wee's 
2014  State Champions!


2014 Jr Pee Wee Cheer State Champions

Congratulations to the Jr Pee Wee Cheer

2014 State Champions!


posted 11/06/2014
2014 Jr Midget Cheer State Champions

Congratulations to the Jr Midget Cheer

2014 State Champions!

posted 11/06/2014
2014 Pee Wee Conference Champions

Congratulations 2014 Pee Wee's

Central Jersey Conference Champions

posted 10/27/2014
Congratulations 2014 Cheerleaders and Football

Congratulations to the 2014 Jr Midget and Jr Pee Wee Cheerleaders


Central Jersey Cheer Competition - 2nd Place



Central Jersey Cheer Competition - 1st Place


Congratulation to the 2014 Jr Midgets and Pee Wee Football 


Jr Midget Division 3 South Champions

Pee Wee Division 3 South Champions





posted 04/03/2014
Hightstown High School Hire's new Head Coach

HIGHTSTOWN — Hightstown has reached into the Greater Middlesex Conference for its new head football coach, as Athletic Director Gary Bushelli announced Thursday that Rich Nyers will take over the Rams program.

Nyers was approved by the school board Wednesday and replaces Pete Brescia, who resigned in the fall after four seasons.Nyers teaches at JFK Iselin and was the school’s head coach for five seasons, from 2008-12. He stepped down with a five-year record of 15-34. The Mustangs’ best mark during that time was 5-5 in 2009.“He has 19 total years of football coaching experience,” Bushelli said. “I was very impressed with his knowledge, level of commitment and enthusiasm for the sport.”The long-time athletic director said he is not concerned about Nyers’ losing record, saying he presented himself well in the interview process and that he grew the JFK program from nothing.“His first year they went 1-9, but he ended up with 90 kids in the program,” Bushelli said. “In year two they improved to 5-5. In year three, they were 4-6 but were the third seed in the (NJSIAA North 2, Group III) playoffs.”The Mustangs slipped to 3-7 and 2-7 in Nyers’ final two years, but Bushelli said “he indicated there were some injury issues, but the numbers continued well and he did have a couple of kids who went on to play college football.”Nyers was chosen by a search committee that included Bushelli, Principal Dennis Vinson, one Ram football player and one football parent.

Prior to his head coaching stint, Nyers served as offensive coordinator from 2005-07 at Iselin and was an assistant for three years at Bishop Ahr. He was also the head girls track and field coach and freshman basketball coach for the Mustangs. He served as the assistant golf coach at Fairleigh Dickinson, where he spent four years as co-coordinator of the student-athlete support system.Nyers steps into a rebuilding situation at Hightstown, which is coming off a 1-9 campaign. The Rams are 15-55 in the past seven seasons and have not had a winning campaign since going 6-4 in 2006.Bushelli is not looking for instant miracles “I expect him to supply our kids with a positive experience and have us be a competitive team on the field,” he said. “I’m not going to measure him by wins and losses in his first, his second or maybe even his third year.“It takes time to build a program. We struggled at the freshman level, there’s not a lot out there. Hopefully with his interaction with Pop Warner we hope to get a better feeder system that will help us out.”

posted 04/03/2014
2013 Jr Pee Wee's
 2013 Jr Pee Wee's


posted 02/15/2013
Heads Up Football

posted 02/07/2013
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posted 11/12/2012
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Concussion Training is manditory for all coaches who participate with the Hightstown Rams Pop Warner program
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The class is an online class and will provide a certificate at completion.  The certificate will be required to coach.Follow the link below:

All head coaches are required to complete an American Sport Education Program (ASEP) course 

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All head coaches and every assistant coach will be required to take the Rutgers Coaching Safety Program

Click below for S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic Dates

posted 05/09/2012
Become a Sponsor
The Ram's are a non-profit organization that survive's on the hard work of volunteer's and the financial support of our sponsor's. For the 2014 Season, we need to raise funds that will assist in covering costs for equipment, uniforms, and facilities. This funding will also enable us to award scholarships for registration fees to children who would not be able to participate otherwise. Our organization is non-profit and therefore your donation is tax deductible.

If you would like to support the Ram's - no matter how big or small - just click on link below and join to help the Ram's.

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by posted 03/12/2012


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