• December Nominees - Future Stars (video link)

    Cheerleading: Meredith Colton: Junior

    Meri is an outstanding student athlete in our Cheerleading Program. Since her freshman year, Meri has grown to be a very talented cheerleader. She is always positive and makes us all laugh at almost every event. Meri takes the time to help her teammates and coaches whenever needed with no questions asked. We are excited to see Meri continue to grow during the Winter season and into her senior season next year. 

    Cross Country Boys: Ethan Wence: Freshman

    Ethan will be an instrumental part of our team next year. As a freshmen, Ethan earned a spot on the varsity team. Ethan’s biggest breakthrough came when he placed 7th in the Camden County JV race.  Ethan finished the season  as one of the top 10 freshmen in South Jersey. 

    Cross Country Girls: Lake Seefeldt: Junior

    Lake is the epitome of an amazing teammate. She always strives to be her personal best and supports her peers in doing so as well. Despite encountering an injury at the end of the season, nothing stopped Lake from sharing her love of the sport of running with her team by cheering the Mustangs on at sectionals and actively supporting her team.

    Field Hockey: Isabella Angelucci: Junior

    Bella is a key player and top scorer on our team. She ended the season with 9 goals and 3 assists and was named to 1st team in the Liberty Division. Bella’s work ethic and dedication to the program is admirable. She is a leader on the offensive end on the field and is someone that the coaching staff can rely on to give it her all every practice and game. We are excited to see Bella continue her leadership and success on the field during her senior season next year. 

    Football: Michael Lewis: Freshman

    Mike will be a key player returning next year.  With a lot of young talent on the team, Mike really stepped up for his Varsity team.  With a senior starting QB getting hurt, Mike was put in the game unexpectedly and did not skip a beat.  He helped the team comeback from a 34 point deficit to beat Pennsauken High School in one of the highest scoring games in program history.  Mike completed 8 of his 11 passes and threw for a TD and a 2pt conversion.  QB is one of the toughest positions to play and this young freshman has the tools and mindset to achieve greatness.  As a coach, I cannot wait to see him in his sophomore season.  Go Stangs

    Soccer Boys: Ryan Gale: Junior

    Ryan Gale has been a top scorer for the boy’s soccer team the last two years.  He trains hard in practice and exhausts himself during games.  Ryan is consistent, team oriented and leads by example.  He is a very coachable player and always asks how to get better and how to improve.  He wants to break down plays and analyze the other team to improve on his tactics.  He is not intimidated by anyone, determined to win and is fearless when going to goal.  Next year we look forward to his 4th year on varsity and how much more of a dangerous player he will become.  Go Stangs

    Soccer Girls: Kyra Samalonis: Freshman

    Kyra will be a key returning player next season.  She has great vision in the offensive third of the field.  She gained a lot of varsity experience this year and with another year of development and maturity she can become a dominant player in the division. Technically sound, physically fit, and mentally prepared, Kyra is a player to watch next season.

    Tennis Girls: Misha Naran: Freshman

    Misha will be an important returner to our program next year. This season, her smile, positive attitude, and enthusiasm were contagious. She worked very hard to improve her game and gained a lot of match experience. After losing all of the upperclassmen over the past 2 years, there is no doubt that with these attributes Misha will be a valuable returner.