ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT - Week of October 9, 2023
ATHLETE OF THE MONTH - SEPTEMBER
Congratulations to the following September Athletes of the Month!
CHEER – Ava Estrada
FOOTBALL – Noah Holliday
FIELD HOCKEY – Jenna Gray
GIRLS TENNIS – Camille More
GIRLS SOCCER – Abby Mathis
BOYS SOCCER – Andres Garces
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY - Kiki Schlemo
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY - Aaron Wagner
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL - Averie Harding
BOYS AND GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
The Boys Cross Country team won the Atlantic County Championship today. 2nd year in a row and 7th time in school history. Junior Cam Koryga won the race. The girls team came in 2nd place. Senior Kiki Schlemo came in 3rd place overall.
The Boys Cross Country team won the Atlantic County Championship today. 2nd year in a row and 7th time in school history. Junior Cam Koryga won the race.
The girls team came in 2nd place. Senior Kiki Schlemo came in 3rd place overall.
Singles players Camille More, Belina Zhang and Demi Lu
On Monday the boys soccer team traveled to the Blueberry Capital of the World to take on the Blue Devils of Hammonton. In a much anticipated rematch, the Eagles soared to a dominating victory with a 4 nil shutout. The Blue Devils were seeking an invite to the CAL playoffs with a victory, but the Eagles had other plans. Senior Matthew Sanchez had the game winner early in the first half. Senior Ryan Evenson netted his second hat trick of the season with three highlight reel goals. Junior Giancarlo Saparito made four impressive saves for the shoutout.
On Wednesday the boys soccer team hit the road again, this time headed to Millville, home of Mike Trout. This would prove to be showdown among Division rivals with power points and playoff indications on the line. Once again, the Eagles scored first and never looked back. Senior
Matthew Sanchez was responsible for the first goal and the Eagles defense along with goalie Giancarlo Saparito played stellar to record their second straight shutout.
With two huge wins on the road the Eagles punched their ticket to their third straight CAL playoff game. The Eagles are seeded #5 in the CAL playoff and will travel to #4 Ocean City on Saturday @ 10am. The Eagles hope to continue to be road warriors and advance with a first round victory.
GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
Seniors - Oakcrest game
On Friday both teams cheered for girls soccer senior night
Ava Estrada - Cheer Athlete of the Month - September
10/14 - 1:00 PM - AWAY - at Vineland HS
10/20 - 6:00 PM - HOME - vs Mainland HS - Senior Night, National Anthem Project and the crowning of our Homecoming Queen and King
MIDDLE SCHOOL FALL SPORTS:
FERNWOOD CROSS COUNTRY
Tuesday, October 10th, the Fernwood Cross Country team traveled to take on William Davies. The team took on the challenge of running a new course and came away with a fantastic overall performance.
The boys team won with a score of 22 to 37. Remember the lowest score wins in cross country.
Our team took 4 of the top 5 spots. Brayden Widas the boys top performer in 2nd, Ryan Cooke in 3rd, Martin Rodriguez in 4th, and Eason Lassiter in 5th. Connor Adderley and Jeremy Cooke came in 7th and 8th to secure the win. Jack McDevitt also had a fantastic sprint finish to top off a new personal best time.
The girls secured the first 4 spots and got the win as well. 19 to 36.
Molly Rooney locked in another 1st place finish running most of the race entirely by herself. Neena Peter came in 2nd, Kacey Denning 3rd, and Emma Baird 4th. These three girls worked hard to overcome a wrong turn on the course to maintain their positions. A sprint finish for 9th by Lily Tosh secured the win for the girls.
ALDER GIRLS SOCCER
The Alder Girls soccer team defeated William Davies on weds by a score of 2-0. Scoring a goal each were Abby DeCosta & Julia Sroka. Providing the shut out in goal was Katie Coupland. Also playing well were Corinne Conley, Pia D'Allassandro, Julia Finnerty, and Lilianna Ohlsen. The team improved their record to 3-0-1.
FERNWOOD GIRLS SOCCER
The Fernwood Girls Soccer Team kicked off their season with a big win in the rain over William Davies Middle School 9 to 0. Jackie Brownlee led the Eagles on offense with a hat trick and 2 assists. Kaycee Biel scored 2 goals, and Kylie Lambert, Meghan Eye, Siena Jaworski, and Avery Eykyn each had a goal for Fernwood. Gabriella Burbach and Stella Barilotti added assists in the win. Libby Chait led Fernwood on defense, and Lanie Kraybill combined with Meghan Eye to secure the shutout in net. Great team win, girls.
The Fernwood Girls Soccer team played a hard-fought game against Alder at the Pride Festival on Saturday, playing to a 1-1 tie in a very competitive game. After falling behind late, the team battled back to tie it with only a few minutes left. Kylie Lambert scored the lone goal for Fernwood with less than three minutes left in the game. Libby Chait, Reagan Aron, Brielle Taluba, and Siena Wenzel played tough defense and helped limit Alder to only one goal scored, along with Lanie Kraybill and Meghan Eye in net. Great game girls, way to fight all the way until the end.
The Fernwood Girls Soccer team defeated Upper Township yesterday 5 to 1. After falling behind early, the team battled back with 5 unanswered goals. Jackie Brownlee led the Eagles with her second hat-trick in three games. Siena Jaworski and Kaycee Biel each scored a goal, Kylie Lambert had 2 assists, and Carlee Cruse had an assist in the win. Lanie Kraybill played a great game as goalkeeper, not only making save after save to protect the win, but she also had an assist on one of the crucial goals that put the Eagles up for good. Libby Chait continued to lead the defense along with Charlotte Healey, Reagan Aron, Emily Rooney, Siena Wenzel, and Leigh Ann Widas. Great job girls. The win brings the team’s record to 2-0-1 on the season.
ALDER BOYS SOCCER
We won both games this week to improve to 3-0-1.
We beat Davies by a score of 8-0. Goals were scored by Tyler Wood (2), Danny Hornikel(2) Kyle Corbin, Ary Sanchez, Kellan Crowell, and Aarush Thapa. Alex Piskun and Ethan Carlin combined for the shut out.
We beat Ocean City 7-0. Goals were scored by Kellan Crowell (2) Ary Sanchez, Tyler Wood, Zak Simon, Angel Lopez and Jaxson Ballinger. Ethan Carlin and Alex Piskun combined for the shut out again.
FERNWOOD BOYS SOCCER
The boys soccer team continued their winning ways with a 3-1 win over Galloway yesterday. Scoring for the Eagles was Sebastian Antonius with 2 goals and Marko Markoski with 1 goal. Center backs Nathan Rosenberg and Abraham Leonardo de Castro held it down for the Eagles defensively to secure the win. Great job guys.
ALDER FIELD HOCKEY
FERNWOOD FIELD HOCKEY
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