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<div class="coach-drills sr"> <div class="title">Norm Hewitt&nbsp;Drills</div> <ul> <li><a href="" target="_blank">Pitching "The Dominant Factor"</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">Building A Positive Relationship With Parents Promotes Winning</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">The Low Elbow</a><br /><br /></li> </ul> </div> <div class="coach-biography sr"> <div class="coach-biography-wrapper"><img class="coach-avatar" title="coach-norm-hewitt.jpg" src="" alt="coach-norm-hewitt.jpg" /> <div class="title">Norm Hewitt, <br />Head Baseball Coach Hillsborough High School</div> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Coach Hewitt attended Watchung Hills High School from 1961-65, where he earned 10 varsity letters in football, basketball and baseball. He was named to the All County Teams in all, and to the All-State team in baseball. He attended tryouts with the Minnesota Twins, Pittsburg Pirates, NY Yankees and the Houston Astros. Norm attended Salem College on a baseball scholarship, and helped lead Salem to the NAIA Eastern Regionals in 1966. The Warren Lions Club named Norm Athlete of the Year in 1970.<br /><br />Norm was the first baseball coach when Hillsborough High School opened its doors in 1969. He also served as a football and basketball coach until his departure in 1980, to take on the head coaching position at Drew University. While at Hillsborough, the Raiders captured a conference title in 1977 and two SCT titles in &rsquo;77 and &rsquo;79. During that time, the Raiders appeared in 5 SCT finals and were ranked #2 in New Jersey in 1977. Since returning to Hillsborough in 2000, coach Hewitt has taken the Raiders to 5 additional SCT finals, winning the crown in 2005. The Raiders have also added some credible feats such as: Skyland Conference titles in 2003, 04, and &rsquo;06. &nbsp;In 2005, the Raiders captured the most prestigious crown of all, the NJ Group 4 State Championship, and were ranked #2 in New Jersey. Since then, the Raiders have appeared in 2 additional Central Jersey Finals, in &rsquo;07 and &rsquo;09.<br /><br />In his only season at Drew University, Coach Hewitt took the Rangers to their only NCAA appearance in baseball, while capturing the IAC crown. That year, the Rangers set a new seasonal win record, of 17, and recorded the first winning record in 26 years. &nbsp;Norm served as the pitching coach of Rutgers University in 1983 and &rsquo;84. In 1986, Coach Hewitt took over the reins at Bridgewater Raritan HS. From 1987-1999 the Falcons and Panthers won 6 conference titles, 2 SCT titles, a Group 2 State Championship in &lsquo;89, and appeared in 5 SCT finals. <br /><br />Coach Hewitt is a member of the NJC Hall of Fame and the WHRHS Hall of Fame He has been named Coach of the Year 7 times including New Jersey Coach of the Year in 1989 and again in 2005. &nbsp;He was also recognized by the NJSIAA as the State&rsquo;s representative for National Coach of the Year in 2005, and has served on the NJSIAA rules committee. &nbsp; Norm has accumulated 589 career wins and has proudly advanced over 150 of his high school players to the collegiate level. &nbsp;Three of his pitchers have been drafted from his high school level. &nbsp;He is currently preparing for his 19th season of summer camps.<br /><br />Beyond coaching, Norm was named: Hillsborough High School&rsquo;s Teacher of the Year in 1992, and served as the mayor Millstone in the 1980s. &nbsp;He was the founder of the first Central New Jersey indoor baseball training center; Touching All the Bases. He&rsquo;s been married to high school sweetheart for 43 years, and has 3 daughters and a grandson. Norm is most proud of the great young men who have passed through his programs and have achieved remarkable careers.)</p> </div> </div> <div class="coach-videos sr"> <div class="title">&nbsp;</div> <div id="main-slider" class="main-slider"> <div class="video-holder"> <div class="video-content"> <h3>&nbsp;</h3> </div> </div> </div> </div>