April 12, 2019


The character education word of the month is TOLERANCE


Name: Kayla Cotrell

Nominated by: Marijke Huntley

Kayla is an altruistic and honest student. While I was on bathroom duty, Kayla went to use the restroom. She soon came rushing back out and handed me an apple watch that she had found. She looked at my sign in sheet and said, "I think this is my friends watch." We took the watch to the VP office and it was soon returned to it's rightful owner. Kayla's honesty made my day !

Name: Chrisbely Goris Estevez

Nominated by: Margaret McGowan

Patience, kindness, responsibility and leadership were exhibited by Chrisbely when she helped a student present a project when that student was refusing to present. With her patience, kindness and explanation to the student how important it is to try. She then took over and led the student to present their project. Chrisbely did this without any prompting by the teacher or student. By taking the lead and modeling how to help a student appropriately, Chrisbely showed my class how to be patient, kind, responsible and lead appropriately.

EHT High School...Come on Down!!

You're the next contestant on...The Class-H-Room! Fox 29's new hit game show that pits students versus teachers from local schools invited EHTHS this past Saturday for its latest taping. Members of the Academic Challenge Team, Communications Academy, and Cheer leading Team boarded a bus to Philadelphia to watch seniors Richie Citta, Olufemi Agabalogun, and David Serback, square off against Mr. Bell (Social Studies), Ms. Wexler (Guidance), and Mr. Williams (Science). While we are sworn to secrecy about the winner of the contest until it airs publicly, we can tell you that it will be televised sometime in the next month. We will certainly get the date out to everyone as soon as we receive it (the show airs weeknights at 6:30 pm).


What a tremendous opening night! I can't say much here as I don't want to spoil any of the next three performances but you can't miss Mary Poppins. The student performances were stellar, the special effects were magnificent, and the choreography was show-stopping. If I say anymore, I'm going to give something away so bottom line is: make sure you see this show!!!


Thursday, April 11th, 7pm to Sunday, April 14th, 2pm

24 High School Drive

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

$10 Adults

$8 Children and Students

Big picture


April 11 - 14, 2019

Egg Harbor Township High School presents

Mary Poppins

April 18, 2019

Abbreviated Day

12:12pm dismissal

April 19-28

Spring Break


April 29, 2019

School reopens

May 5, 2019

EHT Education Foundation 3rd Annual Color Run/Fun Walk



Registration begins at 8am

Run/Walk begins at 9am

Egg Harbor Township Education Foundation Color Run

The Egg Harbor Township Education Foundation will be holding its Third Annual Fly Like An Eagle Color Run on Sunday, May 5th at the high school. Registration will start at 8am and the event will begin at 9am. The event will cost $25 for adults and $20 for students. Registration forms will be located in the Main office and can be returned to the front office or to Joe Lucchio. You can also register by going to:

Each year the Education Foundation provides college scholarships to graduating seniors, as well as mini grants, which many of us have benefited from! All proceeds from the event will go toward the foundation. The event will be fun and family oriented, including a bounce house and limited-edition items from the “Eagle’s Nest” for sale, featuring the Color Run EHT Eagle! Information will be sent home with students, and their registrations can also be returned to the front office or to Joe. Feel free to invite friends and family to join the event, as well as share it on your social media. We hope to see you there!

Thanks so much,

The EHT Education Foundation


Mr. Michael J. Pellegrino

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

Telephone: (609) 653-1804 Fax: (609) 653-0335


Varsity Softball


The Eagles held their home opener on 4/6/19 vs. Triton defeating them 14-0. Haley Korsak was the winning pitcher on the mound with 7 k's while only allowing 1 walk and 1 hit. Offensively, the team was lead by Bork, Sarni, McKinley, Fee and Riggs.


The Eagles lost to Vineland on 4/9/19. Korsak was the losing pitcher, but threw an incredible game keeping them off balance in the box. The teams overall record is currently 2-1.

Upcoming Game Schedule:

Friday, 4/12 home vs. Millville

Saturday, 4/13 away vs. Middle Twp.

Tuesday, 4/16 away vs. AC

Wednesday, 4/17 home vs. ACIT

Thursday, 4/18 home vs. Cedar Creek

Boys Tennis

Boys tennis lost a tough match to Mainland, 5-0. Team record is currently 1-2

Varsity Baseball

4/4 Timber Creek 5 EHT 4

Collin McLaughlin hit his first career varsity home run. Bobby Baxter led the Eagles at the plate with four hits. In total the eagles had 10 hits on the day.

4/5 Prep 9 EHT 7

Egg Harbor Twp. lost the lead late in a 9-7 defeat. The Eagles did collect seven hits in the high scoring affair. Robbie Petracci, and Cory Kessler collect two hits apiece in the contest.

4/9 Vineland 12 EHT 10

Tuesday’s game was a heartbreaker for EHT, as they lost the lead late in the game. Anthony Feinstein collected four hits in the defeat. Feinstein doubled in the first inning, homered in the third, singled in the fourth and sixth innings. Frank Wright was on the hill for EHT making his first varsity start. He went three and two thirds innings, allowing six hits and striking out three. EHT collected 14 hits. Feinstein, Mike Dodd, Cory Kessler and Wright all had multiple hits in the game.

Regular Season

4/11 Home vs. Bridgeton

4/13 Away at Toms River North 1pm

4/15 Home vs. King’s Christian

4/16 Home vs. Atlantic City

4/17 Home vs. ACIT

4/20 Home vs. Bridgewater Raritan


The Eagles continued to soar through the Cape-Atlantic League with four more victories, running their record to a perfect 6-0 to start the season.

On Thursday, they edged out a very good Ocean City team 175-178. Brett Campbell shot 39, Brett Alleva and Andrew Ngo both shot 44 and Josh Ungerer shot 48.

They say you can never go home again, but on Friday they showed the RedHawks of ACIT whose nest it was first by capturing a 163-188 victory at our old home course, Green Tree. Colin Bagot shot 40, while Brett Campbell, Brett Alleva and Andrew Ngo all shot 41. Josh Ungerer also carded a CAL qualifying 43.

On Monday, the Eagles refused to be struck by lightning while manhandling Millville 154-192. Brett Campbell and Katrina Cabinian both shot 38 and Brett Alleva and Andrew Ngo each shot 39. Colin Bagot also carded a CAL qualifying 40.

Tuesday saw the Eagles swoop down upon the Vikings and send them sailing back to Atlantic City with a score of 174-228. Brett Campbell and Katrina Cabinian both shot 43 and Andrew Ngo and Colin Bagot each shot 44.

The Eagles flew north on Wednesday to compete in a tournament hosted by FDU. The competition was fierce and the field full on Division I players. Brett Campbell and Andrew Ngo led the way with matching 86s. Brett scored an Eagle with a 30 foot putt and Andrew carded a one over par 37 on the back nine.

The Eagles will return home to their nest for a matchup against Absegami this Thursday, and a pivotal tri-match next Tuesday with arch rivals Mainland and St. Augustine, which will put the winner as the leader in the clubhouse heading into Spring Break and the and the halfway point of the season.

Girls Crew

4th Manny flick Regatta

Girls Varsity 4 'A' -- 2nd place

Girls Varsity 4 'B' -- 4th place

Girls Lightweight 4 -- 3rd place

Girls Junior Quad -- 5th place

Girls Novice 8 'A' -- 3rd place

Girls Novice 8 'B' -- 2nd Place

Boys Crew

EHT Boys Crew had another busy weekend with 2 regattas on 2 days at 2 different venues.

At Lenape:

The Novice 4 and Novice 8 boats both came in first in their heats/overall.

The Varsity 4 took second.

The JV4 took third.

At the PSRA Manny Flick #4 (schyulkill) Sunday

The Novice 8 with a third-place finish (heat and overall).

The Varsity 4 first place finish (heat, 7 overall).

Next week the team travels back to the Schuylkill for the Manny Flick V where they will be competing in the morning session.

Girls Spring Track and Field

4/9/19 at Bridgeton

The girls defeated Bridgeton and Mainland. Their record is now 5-0.

EHT 91 Mainland 49

EHT 127 Bridgeton 11

Mikki Pomatto set the school record in the discus, throwing 127’1”.

Boys Spring Track and Field

Buena Relays, South Jersey High Schools at Buena High School, 4-6-19

2019 Jim Camburn Memorial Buena Relays

1st place Team Large Schools Field Events 44 points

3rd place Track Events 38 points

Medal Winners (Top 6)

400 METER HURDLES 5th place relay

1:00.67 SB Justin Chung 8th

1:01.59 SB William Spence 11th

4X100 METER RELAY Varsity

Anthony Vazquez, Kevin Thompson, Luis Rivera-Turell, Trey Henry

44.92 SB Relay Team 4th


Marcus wood, Justin Chung, Will Spence, Anthony Vazquez

1:04.66 SB Relay Team 1st


Varsity - Luis Rivera-Turell, Kevin Thompson, Will Spence, Trey Henry

Sub Varsity - Devon Parker, Marco Algarin, Ish Callaway, Shane Rosenberg

Varsity 1:33.79 SB Relay Team 4th

Sub Varsity 1:38.91 Relay Team 2nd


Kevin Thompson, Anthony Vazquez, Luis Rivera-Turell, Will Spence

3:33.06 SB Relay Team 3rd


Varsity - Justin Chung, Trey Henry, Luis Rivera-Turell, Luke Barnes

Sub varsity - Shane Rosenberg, Devon Parker, Ish Callaway, Mike Barnes

Varsity 3:48.39 SB Relay Team 4th

Sub Varsity 4:05.14 Relay Team 2nd


Varsity- Luke Barnes, Nico Valdivieso, Aidan Winkler, Gobi Thurairajah

Sub varsity - Ian Garrone, Jr Cannone, CJ Lamonica, Dan Rodriguez

Varsity 8:25.65 SB Relay Team 3rd

Sub Varsity 9:33.10 Relay Team 3rd


Varsity 6-0 SB Mubeen Momodu 1st

Varsity 5-10 SB Anthony Vazquez 4th

Sub Varsity 5-6 SB Marcus Wood 1st

Sub Varsity 5-2 SB Jake Westgate 5th


18-3 SB Mubeen Momodu 9th

17-9.5 SB Kevin Thompson 11th


42-6.5 SB Mubeen Momodu 1st

36-9.5 SB Jake Westgate 4th

POLE VAULT *BROKE THE SCHOOL RECORD OF 25 feet! set in 1995 by

current teacher Mr. Leak!

14-0 SB Joshua Cohen 1st

12-6 SB Ryan Lagroteria 2nd


Varsity 126-2 SB Michael Carfagno 4th

Varsity 121-10 SB Emad Sawaged 5th

Sub Varsity 110-9 SB Justin Nguyen 2nd

Sub Varsity 103-6 SB Ethan Kenney 4th


Varsity 146-9 SB Tyler Weller 4th

Varsity 120-3 SB Jayson Humphrey 11th

Sub Varsity 112-9 SB Chris Garofalo 5th

Sub Varsity 89-0 SB Justin Nguyen 9th


Varsity 46-6.5 SB Michael Carfagno 3rd

Varsity 39-9.25 SB Chris Garofalo 8th

Sub Varsity 38-1.5 SB Ethan Kenney 5th

Sub Varsity 35-0.25 SB Gerald Carrion 7th

Bridgeton and Mainland High Schools/@Mainland/4-9-19

EHT 99 Mainland 41

EHT 110.5 Bridgeton 29.5

Event Winners:
100 Trey Henry 11.1
200 Trey Henry 23.0

400 Ahmad Brock 52.8
800 Luke Barnes 2:03.2
1600 Aidan Winkler 4:52.9
400 Hurdles Anthony Vazquez 59.4
110 Hurdles Anthony Vazquez 14.9

4x400 relay Ahmad Brock, Derrick Carrington, Luis Rivera Turell, Will Spence 3:51
Long Jump Devon Parker 19-2
Triple Jump Mubeen Momodu 41-7.5
High Jump Anthony Vazquez 5-10
Pole Vault Josh Cohen 13-6
Shot Put Mike Carfagno 46-11.5
Discus Mike Carfagno 123-10

Javelin Jayson Humphrey 131-3

EHT 5-0