NJ Sports House Grand Opening


NJ Sports House, Oakland’s newest sports facility, enjoyed it’s grand opening on Sunday March 15th. It is located in the old Ultimate Sports building at 12 Wright Way. One of the founding partners, Mike Carti, is an Oakland resident and a head coach for Girls Lacrosse at Indian Hills High School. Mike is “looking forward to serving the athletic needs of theĀ  youth in our area.”

Oakland's Mayor Linda Schwager cuts the Grand Opening Day ribbon while Recreation Chairman Mike Guadagnino and the NJ Sports House owners, (L-R in blue) Mike Carti, Frank Morano and Chris Hughes look on.

Oakland’s Mayor Linda Schwager cuts the Grand Opening Day ribbon while Recreation Chairman Mike Guadagnino and the NJ Sports House owners, (L-R in blue) Mike Carti, Frank Morano and Chris Hughes look on.

Although the doors officially opened in November, the facility has been making constant improvements. The ribbon was cut to introduce this new facility that includes lacrosse, baseball, soccer, basketball, football and softball programs. These programs include private or small group instruction, age appropriate clinics, leagues, and camps. The faculty also has a 1,600 square foot field, two basketball courts, and six batting cages that can all be rented. They also host birthday parties for kids and you can find more information about all they offer on their website:
www.NJSportsHouse.com.

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