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11/17 Friday Night Lights! MOC Saturday! Project Grad Holiday Sale Extended Pick Up Dated NOW 12/5

Don't forget that our fall production of "Peter & the Star Catcher" the prequel to Peter Pan is tonight at 7 pm and tomorrow at 7:30. Kids have done a fantastic job, from acting to set design. You will be impressed. Come support the Arts. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Go Boro!

Don't forget that our fall production of "Peter & the Star Catcher" the prequel to Peter Pan is tonight at 7 pm and tomorrow at 7:30. Kids have done a fantastic job, from acting to set design. You will be impressed. Come support the Arts. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Good luck to our undefeated Grid Iron boys tonight as they battle rival Manasquan in the State NJSIAA playoff game! It's sure to be an exciting game. Come join the fun. A super large crowd is expected. Please see the School's website for parking and ticket information.

Plenty of hands are still needed to work the concession stand and sell raffle tickets. Please consider joining us, you know you want to be part of this crazinessAll good stuff! Thanks to those that have already reached out to us to volunteer.

Run Devin run. Devin Hart takes on the best of  the State's XC runners tomorrow at Meet of Champions at Holmdel Park. Good luck! Boro proud!

Project Grad Holiday Greenery sale has been extended to the Monday AFTER Thanksgiving, 11/27. Pick date is now DEC 5th from 4-8. Order forms attached.

11/14 Friday Night Lights-Boro vs Manasquan The Rivalry Continues-This is One for the Books!
Hey Folks:

The administration is expecting well over 2000+ fans at the game, maybe even closer to 3000.

We will need all kinds of help! We're open to all suggestions and help on handling this enormous crowd. All a good thing for everyone!

50/50 expected to be huge! Who couldn't use this at the holidays???

Please, please consider helping us out. Before, during and at the end of the game!

Alumni more than welcome to lend a hand!

Come early to get a parking space, remember the play is happening at the same time. Watch your liquid intake, lines for the restrooms are going to be huge!!

The boro will be rocking!!! Go Panthers!!!

 Email us if you can lend a hand or just show up!!!!

11/14 Go Boro Go!

Not only did our Grid Iron boys win their first round NJSIAA game easily over Raritan 41-12 to stay unbeaten but Devin Hart has remained undefeated this season as well taking first at the NJSIAA Group II Meet. Congratulations to All!

Quarterback James Fara led the team to six consecutive possession  touchdowns on Friday night, four of which he scored, one on a 40 yard run. Brandon Cipriano had a 90 yard touchdown run to score six along with Tanner Gordon running one in from 7 yards out. Defense stepped up big time. John Callander (safety) intercepted a Raritan pass whileJarrett Howey (linebacker) recovered a fumble late in the second quarter that eventually led to a Panther touchdown.

Boys face their cross - bridge rivals, Manasquan, at home on Friday night. Promises to be a great game! And a lot warmer than last Friday night.

Devin Hart lead the Panthers to setting personal records on the hills of Holmdel on Saturday. Luke Dragon, Paul DeJacimoDaniel Brouder, Luke Hulit, Kevin Brue and Anthony Valentemost of the boys improved their times by over 20 seconds on a very chilly day. Devin will compete in the Meeting Champions on Saturday! Good luck!

Molly Kate Sabia ran an outstanding race to take 22nd place at Groups running 20:36. Woohoo MK! Congratulations.

Thanks to all who helped in the concession stand on Friday night, where hot chocolate was the biggest seller. Special thanks to Candy and Tracey who were outside the stand selling popcorn and pretzels. What troopers they are. Thanks to Kelly, Georgi, Lynn, Mo, Maryellen, Mike, Mike, Elise, Jim and Brendan for all your help. Looking forward to our last home game on Friday. 

Come join us if you can! Promise you, it will be warmer than the stadium and the time will fly. Lots of laughs too!

Don;t forget that the HS fall production of Peter and the Star Catcher opens @ 7 pm on Thursday night. Shows are Friday at 7 and Saturday 7:30, $10 a ticket. Sure to be an amazing show.

Project Grad Holiday Greenery sale is due 11/22. order form attached.

11/6 States Here We Come! Booster meeting tomorrow night!

Thanks to all who helped work the snack stand on Friday night. Couldn't have done it without you! MaryEllen, Tracy, Nancy, Brendan, Candy, Mike and Sue, Tracey, Mike, Lori, Mo, Jennifer, Georgi, Kelly, Brian, Lynn and Jim, you folks rock! Thanks for everything.

Our Grid Iron boys easily defeated Barnegat 28-12 on Friday night. Their undefeated 9-0 season record ranks them as the #1 team in the State Tournament Group II Bracket. They take on Raritan home on Friday night 7 pm.
James Fara and Brandon Cipriano combined for 224 rushing yards against Barnegat and had two touchdowns each. Nate Chiarello hit all 4 extra points. 

Riley Larsen placed 12th in the all around at the NJSIAA group II state tournament. Congrats to Riley!

Both soccer teams finished their seasons in the second round of the state tournament. Girls lost a 1-1 tie on penalty kicks (3-2) against Oakcrest. Girls finished 13-5-2. Boys lost to Sterling 2-0 and ended with a 11-5-4 record.

Our cross country teams are still pounding the hillsand trials. Boys finished third at State Sectional Central Group 2.Devin Hart lead all runners with a 15:35 time, Luke Dragon finished 5th followed by Dan Brouder 12th, Paul DeJacimo 21st, Luke Hulit 42nd, Danny Burns  and Anthony Valente. Boys team moves on to NJSIAA Groups next Saturday at Holmdel

Molly Kate Sabia's 6th place finished qualified her for Groups as well for the girls.

Competition Band placed 4th out of 20 teams at Nationals Sunday night in Allentown. Scoring a season high 94.6 points. Woohoo!

Amazing athletic and musical talent from many of our students this past Fall season.

Home football game Friday night 7 pm. Helping hands are always welcomed in the concession stand (and needed too). It's supposed to be a perfect fall evening, means lots of hot chocolate and coffee! Please consider helping out!

Booster meeting tomorrow night 7 pm HS cafe!

Good luck to all our Fall athletes still competing!

11/1 Best School Spirit in Ocean County: Point Pleasant! Woohoo!!

Thanks to all those that cast voted for us! Ocean County Champs!

Now we are in the final finals. Mommouth v Ocean County. Keep voting. Don't forget to vote for the Band too!

See the link in Dr. Ladd's email below. 

We are up against Monmouth Regional.  When those Chromebooks are out today—get the votes going!  Get it on your social media accounts.  Let’s go!

 

http://wobm.com/ocean-county-school-spirit-2017-winner/

 

And let’s get going with the marching band—not too late! Jackson may be complacent with such a big lead…..

 

http://wobm.com/vote-for-the-best-marching-band-in-ocean-county/

 

 

Susan Ladd, Ed.D

Director of Curriculum & Instruction


The Field Hockey team lost to Delaware Valley yesterday 3-1. Julia DeLong scored off an assist from Morgan Mulvey. Girls finished 17-3 on the season. The last two years under head coach Kelly Carr. the girls have scored 76 goals in 2016 to 104 in 2017 as compared to 46 in 2015. Termendous team improvement not only on offense but defense. Congratulation girls!


Girls Soccer takes on Oakcrest High School away at 2 pm tomorrw in the second round of the NJSIAA tournament. Boys soccer second round is Friday at Sterling High School 2 pm. Go Boro!


Boys Football is home Friday night against rival Barnegat 7 pm. Concession stand help is always needed as well as drinks and water. Please email us or just come by to help. 


Anyone available to pick up pretzels at Philly Pretzel on Hooper Ave Silveron on Friday night? Email us if you are.



10/31 Panthers keep rolling on.....

Both the boys and girls soccer teams advanced to the South Jersey Group II Sectional quarterfinals of the NJSIAAState tournament. Jake Bryzski scored on a rebound off a shot from Liam Kirrinovic to give the boys 1-0 victory over Manasquan.. This was goalie, Steve Redler's, 10th shut out on the season.

Erin Guilfoyle scored the only goal of the game off an assist from Carlie Ventrini to lead the girls to a 1-0 victory over Lower Cape May Regional. Riley Sexton had 5 stops. 

Field Hockey takes on Delaware Valley today in the 2nd round of the NJSIAA tournament. Girls cruised past South Hunterdon 6-1 in the first round . Casey Blake and Jordan Carr both had 2 goals, with Erin Blisnuk and Lauren Magley adding one each. 

Our grid iron boys easily won over Ocean Township on Friday, 41-18 to secure their divisional title for their third championship in the last 3 years. Led by quarterback James Fara with four running  touchdowns, one from 79 yards out. Brandon Cipriano ran one in from 68 yards with Tanner Gordon adding two. Nate Chiarello made 6 of 7 extra point kicks.  Boys take their undefeated record (7-0) up against Barnegat Friday night at home.

Our Boro runners shined at last week's Shore Conference Championships. Sarah Kimak  ran 25 seconds faster than last at week's OC XC Championships, to take 14th place (18:45). Mollly Kate Sabia finished 27, running 19:01, 19 second fasters than OC Championships. Many of the girls set personal records at this race Avery O[Neil , Rachel Pausz (an amazing 1 minute 8 seconds faster than the week before), Paiton Langan, Olivia ZahorskyCailtlin Reaganand Natalie Murphy.

Luke Dragon led the boys, finishing at 15:58 to take 24th place (29 seconds faster than the week before). Finishing second for the Boro was Dan Brouder (16:50). Many PRs for the boys as well including Paul DeJacimo, Anthony Valente, Michael Puciul, Kevin Brue and Tim Nobel. Both teams are off to State Sectionals on Saturday at Thompson Park.

Our Competition Band captured 4th place out of 12 at the US Bands NJ State Competition A-Group IV with an amazing score of 88.938. Off to Allentown for US Bands A Class National Championship on Saturday, 11/4.

Don't forget that Project Grads Holiday Greenery Sale is on going (order form attached).

10/25 We made the Finals-Most Spirit! Keep on Voting
You rocked it! Thanks for pushing us thru to the finals in the Battle of the School with most team spirit!

See Dr. Ladd's email below:

Read the article, we "crushed" those bigger schools.

Keep voting!

We made it to the finals!!! Go Boro!! =)

 

http://wobm.com/2017-school- spirit-finals/


Also, take a ninute and vote our competition band as best entertainment half time performance, which we know they are (copy and past into your browser the link below)! We made the finals there too!


 http://shoresportsnetwork.com/vote-now-most-entertaining-halftime-show-finals/


We can do this! Let's win both!!


10/25 Oh what a week....Boro Proud

Our grid iron boys and competition band remain unbeaten last week. 


Football team took down Jackson Liberty 48-7 to clinch a division title for the third straight season. QB James Faralead a mighty offense line. Fara scored 3 touchdowns, running for 107 yards and completing 7 of 9 passes for 181yards. Tanner Gordon also contributed 3 touchdowns. Nate Chiarella made 6 out of 7 extra points. The defense was not to be out done. Garrett Romer returned an interception for a 32 yard score. Awesome team effort, congratulations. They take on Ocean Township Friday night at Ocean 7 pm.

Our competition band took many first place honor last week at the Manchester competition. They took all captions and received their highest score this season 89.3! They are off to Nationals at Rutgers on Saturday! Good luck.

The gymnastics teams continues to have a wonderful season. They scored their highest points of the season vs Howell last week, 108.75, setting two team records on the beam and vault. Riley Larsen, Julianne Velos and Alyssa Keane have all qualified for State Sectionals.

Field Hockey made it to the quarterfinals against # 1 seed Shore Regional, played tough but lost 9-1. Earlier in the week, they bested Ocean Township (3-2),and Jackson Liberty (5-0) . Scoring for the girls were Jordan Carr (3), Casey Blake (2), Cassie Campbell, Erin Blisnuk, and Lauren Magley each with one. Not to be out done, Carson Swisher has been amazing in goal. Girls first State game is today at Home vs South Hunterdon at 3;30. Perfect fall afternoon to catch a game!

The girls tennis team finished their season last week besting Lakewood (5-0). Morgan Woods, Dayana Augruilh, Cheyenne Pearce all took the single matches. Double winners were Parker McAllen and Emma Melito and Annabella Schatzman and Ashley DeSantis. Team finished 4-12.

Both cross country teams captured third place in all of Ocean County at the Ocean County XC Championships last week. Devin Hart won the boys race clocking in at 14:51, he was followed by Luke Dragon (10th), Dan Brouder (16th), Paul Dejacimo (40th) and Luke Hulit (56th). Sarah Kimak took second place finishing in 19:10right behind her was Molly Kate Sabia (4th), Lily Brouder (22nd), Paiton Langan (27th) and Rachel Pausz (28th).

Girls Soccer had a busy week, taking 2 games, losing one to the  #1 seed Freehold in the Shore Conference tournament and a tie to improve to 11-4-1 on the season. Riley Sexton had over 40+ saves with Erin Guilfoyle, Paige Yocum, Frankie Ryan and Heather VanDeventer  scoring for the team. 

Boys Soccer had a tough lose on penalty kicks in OT against Ocean Township in the second round of the SCT. Boys won over Manchester 2-0 and Asbury Park 1-0 while losing to Barnegat 6-2. Finding the back of the net for the Boro was Jake Brzynski, Matt Moran and Leo Schnappauf with Steve Redler saving over 20+ shots on goal.

Both teams see action today, Girls are home vs cross town rivals Point Beach at 6 pm. Boys are at Howell at 3:45.

Project Grad's Holiday Greenry Sale is taking orders now (wreaths and trees too) form attached.

Tickets are on sale for our fall play :Peter and Star Catcher." Performances are 11/16-11/18 tickets $10. Call x2218 for more info.

Play Safe!

10/17 Most School Sprit-We Made it to Round 3-Vote Now!
Thanks to all your votes we made it to round 3. 

See Dr. Ladd's email below. Go Vote Now!

Also, Project Grad meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/18 at 7 pm HS Cafe for all Senior Parents. if you can't make it, email Nancy Paz at  Nancypaz@comcast.net to be included for upcoming PG events.

Keep it going!!!  We have had a strong voting presence so far!!  Don’t forget—vote every day, tell your students to vote every day, and have them get their families involved.  Thanks, Katrina, for staying on top of it!

 

Susan Ladd, Ed.D

Director of Curriculum & Instruction
2100 Panther Path
Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
(732) 701-1900 x. 2418

 

From: Katrina Salvatoriello [mailto:ksalvatoriello@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:55 PM
To: Susan Ladd; Jacquelyn Goss
Subject: Most Spirited

 



10/17 Way to go Boro! Panthers Success!
Our fall athletes continue to meet and often exceed their individual and team goals they set in early summer. Congrats to all our fall athletes.

Our grid iron boys battled from a 20-0 deficit early in the 1st quarter to squawk past Lakewood 35-28, scoring the winning touchdown with less than a few minutes in the game. Nate Chiarello not only had 2  touchdowns, including the winning one, but kicked 4 extra points to secure the win. Tanner Gordon ran one in from 53 yards out and James Faraadded one for the Boro. Defense was huge too!

Girls Tennis picked up another win last week, besting Jackson Liberty 3-2. Morgan Woods, Emma Melito and Dayana Anguilh took all single matches. Morgan was the loner win in yesterday's match against Banegat.

Boys Soccer advanced to the second round of the Shore Conference tournament with a 1-0 win over Asbury Park yesterday behind Leo Schnappauf's goal. Boys are riding a six game win streak into round two. They beat Manchester 2-0 last week behind Jake Brzyski's goal off a penalty kick with Matt Moran netting one through. Steve Redler had 7 saves in the game.

Girls Soccer takes on Rumson Fair Haven in their opening Shore Conference round today. Last week behind goals from Erin Guilfoyle and Page Yocum, they beat Manchester 2-1. Riley Sexton had 9 saves. The girls battled Barnegat to a 0-0 tie behind Sexton 15 stops. Team is now 10-3-1. 

Field Hockey had a huge win over Pineland's 3-2 behind Jordan Carr's hatrick. Jordan's lone score, the girls topped Long Branch 1-0 with Carson Swisher's 7 saves. Jordan had 2 goals with Morgan Mulvey adding one in the 3-0 win over Lacey. Girls are 13-1 on the season. 

Girls Cross Country placed third at the 12th Annual XC Fall Classic this past weekend. Sarah Kimak lead the Panthers placing 2nd, Molly Kate Sabia was just behind her in 4th, with Lily Brouder, Paiton Langan abd  Rachel Pausz rounding out the top 5 finishers. 

Our Boro gymnasts have been training hard for Jackson Memorial this week. In the last few meets, Savannah Gill, Alyssa Keane, Ally Hyman and Brooke Dale have pulled through with some really big socres, behind Riley Larsen, to keep the team in each meet, especially helping them achieve their highest score of the season 98.675 against Southern Regional.

Boys XC have been working hard toward this week's Ocean County Tournament on Thursday. 

Thanks to Nicki, Brendan, Lynn , Georgi, MaryEllen, Jennifer and Scott, Mike P, AnnneMarie and Brian, Candy, Tracey, Mike K, Kelly, Elise and Tracy for their help in the concession stand during the Manchester game. They rocked it!


10/12 We Made It to the Second Round-School With Most Spirit
Hi All:

Thanks to those that voted us through to the second round. See Dr. Ladd's email below! Takes just a few seconds to vote! Cast your vote now!

We are in Round 2 and you can vote twice a day—post to your social media, put it on your calendars, here’s the update:

 

http://wobm.com/ocean-county-school-spirit-round-2/

 

After a healthy week of voting, and when I say "a healthy week of voting", I mean that we got in nearly 6,000 individual votes from the spirited folks here in Ocean County, it's time to reveal the schools moving on to Round 2 of 2017's School Spirit Competition!

Thank you for voting - Make sure you tell your friends and family to vote too!

 

Now that we've cut it down to the top 12, falling off the list are; Central Regional, Jackson Memorial, Lakewood, New Egypt, Pinelands Regional, and Point Pleasant Beach.

I don't want to give too much away, but I will tell you that Brick Township and Donovan Catholic just edged their way in.

The three Toms River Schools and Point Boro cruised into Round 2, while last year's winner, Manchester Township, fell in the middle of the pack.

This time next week, we're cutting this list in half, so get those votes in! Remember, you can vote once a day.

Spread the word, and good luck!

 

 

Susan Ladd, Ed.D

Director of Curriculum & Instruction



10/11 Weekly Update - Boro Rocks!
Thanks to all those that helped in the concession stand Friday night and to those that dropped off drinks! Many hands make the work and night go quicker! Thanks again!

Congratulations to our Divisional Champs-Field Hockey and Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams each captured their division last week.

The Boys Cross Country won their 7th straight divisional title with their win over Jackson Liberty and Barnegat last week. Devin Hart lead the team, followed by Luke Dragon, Dan Brouder, Paul DeJacimo, Luke Hulit and Dan Burns.Strong team effort to capture the title and remain undefeated.

The boys took their momentum into the New Balance Challenge at Homldel Park on Saturday, placing 7th out of 24 teams. Hart won the race followed by Dragon, DeJacimoBrouder and Hulit.

The Girls captured their third straight divisional title in the same meet. Sarah Kimak won the race and was followed closely by MaryKate SabiaPaiton Langan, Caitlin Reagan and Lily Brouder

Field Hockey team captured their divisional title last week. Girls defeated St. Rose 4-1, lead by Jordan Carr's twogoals. Carr scored the only goal in the 1-0 win over Barnegat. Tough game against Pinelands, losing 4-3 in over time. Casey Blake, Carr and Morgan Mulvey each had one goal a piece. The girls couldn't be stopped in their 3-0 shut out against Lacey . Carr lead the scoring with 2 goals with Mulvey adding one. Carson Swisher had 4 saves in their win (12-1 on the season).

Boys football remains undefeated in their 41-12 victory on Friday night over Manchester. Nate Chiarella made 5 out of 6 extra points to help secure the win. James Fara and Brandon Cipriano each had 2 touchdowns, with Tanner Gordon adding one. Team now 5-0.

Girls Tennis is still trying to find their groove on the court. Girls are preserving and giving their all in each match. 

Girls Soccer is have had 3 straight shut outs again Jackson Liberty, Lakewood and Donovan Catholic improving to 9-3. The teams 3-0 over Donovan Catholic on Monday gave Coach Mike Edolo his 100th victory. Much offense by many have kept the team going. Goals from Paige Yocum, April Rivera, Kelly Favato, Carlie Vetrini, Frankie Ryan and Tierney Weisner have lead the way. Jackie Kluxen had 4 saves against Lakewood,in the shut out. 

Not to be out done, the boys soccer team have won 4 straight with wins over Pinelands, Jackson Liberty, Lakewood and Donovan Catholic. Jake BrzyskiChristain D'Amato, Matt Moran, Alex Herman, Cormac McCabe and Leo Schnappauf have all found the back of the net. Steve Redler continues to be consistent in goal for the team.

Jake Brzyski of up for Soccer Player of the Week on the Shoresportsnetwork.com. Take a minute and go vote for Jake.Voting ends tonight at 10. Way to go Jake!

Girls Gymnastic are now 5-3 on the season. scoring their highest points of the season last night again Southern 98.675. Girls have been lead by Riley Larson, placing in the top three in most events.. Big wins over Manchester and Jackson Liberty last week. 

Competition band placed 1st at the Somerville Competition scoring a high 84.5 capturing 1st place overall, and best color guard, best music and best visual. 

Thanks to you and your support, all teams have been outfitted in PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Don't forget your mammogram!

Tickets for the fall player "Peter and the Stargazer" are on sale. See the school's website for information


10/9 Tomorrow Night's Meeting Postponed
Tomorrow night's meeting is postponed. See you in November.

No Athletic Booster meeting tomorrow!


10/6 Correction on New Policy
NEW POLICY ONLY APPLIES TO STUDENTS. 

ADULTS ARE PERMITTED TO BRING IN WATER BOTTLES AND BACKPACKS.

SORRY FOR THE MISINFORMATION.

ENJOY THE GAME!


10/6 Please Vote for the Boro HS Most Spirited HS! Football Game tonight at 7 pm too!

Please see the email below from Dr. Susan Ladd encouraging all of us to vote for Boro as the school with the most spirit in the Ocean County! Pretty simple to vote, only takes a minute. You Can Do iITt!

Also, a helping hand always make less work for others. Please consider lending a hand at the concession stand tonight, even stop in at half time. Drinks are always welcomed, drop off at back entrance.

Boro takes on Manchester tonight in a divisional game at  7pm. Come help our cheerleaders lead the boys on! Please note that containers and backpacks are not permitted in the stadium as per the newly issued policy.

From: Susan Ladd [mailto:sladd@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us
Sent: Friday, October 06, 2017 9:15 AM
To: ALL_STAFF <ALL_STAFF@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us>
Subject: [ALL_STAFF] Let's Go!

 

We were so close last year!!!  Let’s get this link out to friends, families, students etc.  Go Panthers!!!

 

http://wobm.com/ocean-county-school-spirit-poll-2017/

 

 

Susan Ladd, Ed.D

Director of Curriculum & Instruction
2100 Panther Path
Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
(732) 701-1900 x. 2418



10/3 Week 4 Updates-Way to go Panthers!

Thanks to all those that help in the snack stand on Friday night. Shout outs to Tracy, Candy, Ann Marie and Brian, Kelly, Georgi, Lynn,Jennifer, Mike and Sue , Mike PausMaryEllen, Lori, Mo, Nancy Paz. and Brendan, couldn't have done it without you. More hands are always welcomed. Can anyone pick up  Philly pretzels on Friday night? Email us if you can.

Congrats to the Cross Country, Field Hockey and Football teams as they remain undefeated. 

Both cross country teams easily defeated Lacey and Manchester at Ocean County Park to remain 5-0. The Girls were lead by Sarah Kimak, Molly Kate Sabia, Lily Brouder, Rachel PauszPaiton Langan, Caitlin Reagan and Olivia ZahorskyBoys were lead by Devin Hart and Luke Dragon. Big meet today  against Jackson and Barnegat for the divisional title.

Field Hockey improved to 10-0 with big wins over Brick Memorial and St. Rose. Casey Blake's goal in overtime lead the Panther's to a 1-0 victory over Brick Memorial. Jordan Carr lead the scoring with 2 goals in the team's win over St. Rose.

Our Grid Iron Boys fought back from a 3-0 deceit to take Monmouth Regional 13-3 in the Homecoming game Friday night. James Fara and Bradnon Cipriano both had 13 yards running touchdowns to lead the Panthers to victory.The Boro Cheerleaders did an excellent jobs keeping the boys motivated during their comeback.

Our Girls Tennis team is still struggling but continues to hold their own in close matches. Last week Parker McAllenand doubles team of Ashley DeSantis and Annabella Schwatzman picked up wins. 

Gymnastics split their meet vs Wall and Lacey to improve to 3-1 on the season. Riley Larsen tied for 1st on the vault, took 3rd on the bars and tied for 2nd on the beam to lead the team.

The Girls Soccer Team had a big win over Lacey last week lead by Heather Van DeVenter's 2 goals and Riley Sexton's 7 saves to improve to 6-3.

Boys Soccer lead by strong defense and goalie Steve Redler picked up their 6 shut out in 7 games against previously undefeated Pinelands 2-0. Scoring for the Panthers were Liam Kirinovic and Alex Herman. Redler saved 9 in the game. Team is now 5-2-3 on the season.

Competition Band lead all categories and won best all around at the Toms River East Competition this past weekend.


9/29 Homecoming Bonfire Tonight!
What a beautiful fall evening to enjoy tonight's Bonfire and Homecoming Football game!

Bonfire starts at 6, Game starts at 7. Homecoming court at half time.

See you there!

More hands are always welcomed at the concession stand. Please consider helping us out. 

Also, donations of water and Gatorade always accepted. Just bring to stand.

As always, thanks for volunterring.

9/26 WEEK FOUR UPDATES
Cross Country Teams and Field Hockey Unbeaten Streak continues!

Both cross country teams defeated Lakewood. Girls were lead by freshman Paiton Langan
Molly Kate Sabia, Rachel Pausz, Lily Brouder, Caitlin Reagan and Sarah KimakBoys swept Lakewood, lead by Devin Hart, Luke Dragon, Dan Brouder, Paul DeJacimo, Luke Hulit and Mitchell Morehouse.

Yesterday, our Field Hockey team easily defeated Lacey 7-0 to remain not only unbeaten but unscored upon. Morgan Mulvey lead the team with three scores and three assists.

Boys soccer battled Donovan Catholic yesterday to a 0-0 tie filled with strong defense.

Opening day for girls gymnastics at Barnegat today 4 pm. Go Girls best of luck.

Football Friday returns tomorrow night 7 pm. Not only a chance to see our undefeated Panthers Grid Iron boys battle Donovan Catholic but a chance to see our winning Competition Band play their Beatles half time show. 

Volunteers are needed to work the snack stand. Email us if you can join us whenever you can make it. Hopefully by 6:45.. 

If you can't make it, please consider dropping off a case or two of water or Gatorade. Just bring to back door. 

Thanks to all who help make our organization possible.

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9/21 WEEK THREE UPDATES
Cross Country Teams and Field Hockey Unbeaten Streak continues!

Both cross country teams defeated Lakewood. Girls were lead by freshman Paiton Langan
Molly Kate Sabia, Rachel Pausz, Lily Brouder, Caitlin Reagan and Sarah KimakBoys swept Lakewood, lead by Devin Hart, Luke Dragon, Dan Brouder, Paul DeJacimo, Luke Hulit and Mitchell Morehouse.

Yesterday, our Field Hockey team easily defeated Lacey 7-0 to remain not only unbeaten but unscored upon. Morgan Mulvey lead the team with three scores and three assists.

Boys soccer battled Donovan Catholic yesterday to a 0-0 tie filled with strong defense.

Opening day for girls gymnastics at Barnegat today 4 pm. Go Girls best of luck.

Football Friday returns tomorrow night 7 pm. Not only a chance to see our undefeated Panthers Grid Iron boys battle Donovan Catholic but a chance to see our winning Competition Band play their Beatles half time show. 

Volunteers are needed to work the snack stand. Email us if you can join us whenever you can make it. Hopefully by 6:45.. 

If you can't make it, please consider dropping off a case or two of water or Gatorade. Just bring to back door. 

Thanks to all who help make our organization possible.

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9/18 WHAT A WEEK! Week 2 Updates

Congratulations to the girls an boys cross country teams. Opening their seasons with wins over Pinelands and Donovan Catholic. Girls were lead by Sara Kimak and Mary Kate Sabia while the boys were lead by Devin Hart and Luke Dragon..

Field Hockey continues to impress, picking up two wins this week to improve to 3-0. Shout outs to their defense and goalie, Carson Swisher. Team has not been scored upon this season, They have outscored their opponents, 23-0. 

Our grid iron boys had an impressive win against Lacey 27-0 behind a strong defense. James Fara had an 82 yard touch down run while Brandon Cipiriano ran one in from 68 yards out. Team is now 2-0

Gymnastics open their season on Thursday way at Barnegat. Go Girls!

Boys soccer is now 2-2 on the season. Team had a tough loss against Lakewood 1-0 on Friday. Jake Brzyski has been leading the way with 4 goals last week.

Since losing their opening game, our Girls soccer team has won three straight. Outscoring their opponents 14-1 behind strong defense and goalie Riley Sexton.

Tennis team is struggling early and still looking for their first win. Girls are working hard toward this goal.

The HS is hosting a blood drive on Thursday. See attached flyer.  Levels are low due to recent Hurricanes. Please consider helping them. Blood, the gift of life!.

Shout outs to our Competition Band taking first place at their first competion to the season. 

Their show this year is all Beatles songs, believe me, you'll recognize and know every word. Make sure to check them out at half time of Friday night's game against Donovan Catholic.

Go Boro!

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9/12 ATHLETIC BOOSTER MEETING TONIGHT AT 7PM
Hello Panther Fans:

Congrats to Field Hockey, Football and Boys Soccer on their opening day wins.

Field Hockey easily defeated Manchester 11-0, lead by Casey Blake's 4 goals and Morgan Mulvey's 3.
Football bested Pinelands , 42-17. Despite,Pinelands scoring first, our Panthers went on a 28 point run to secure the win.

Boys Soccer won a nail biter 1-0 with Leo Schnappauf's goal over Lacey.

Girls Soccer lost to Lacey 4-2 with April Rivera and Hanna Winchester scoring a goal each.

Girls Tennis lost to Pinelands's 4-1.

Today's schedule:
Field Hockey home at 7 against Central. Come out and cheer on the girls' under the lights.
Girl's Soccer have their home opener today at 4.vs Pinelands. Boys are away at Pinelands at 4.
Tennis is at Donovan Catholic today at 3:45. 
Both Cross Country teams begin their season tomorrow at Pinelands at 4 pm.

Girls Field Hockey is hosting a Chipotle Fundraiser on Wednesday at the Sea Girt location from 4-8. Bring the attached flyer with you. Enjoy your burrito as you support our chixs with sticks.

See you tonight HS Café! Thanks for taking you're time to volunteer to help our athletes and coaches!
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9/11 WEEKLY UPDATE
Hello Panther Fans:

Congrats to Field Hockey, Football and Boys Soccer on their opening day wins.

Field Hockey easily defeated Manchester 11-0, lead by Casey Blake's 4 goals and Morgan Mulvey's 3.
Football bested Pinelands , 42-17. Despite,Pinelands scoring first, our Panthers went on a 28 point run to secure the win.

Boys Soccer won a nail biter 1-0 with Leo Schnappauf's goal over Lacey.

Girls Soccer lost to Lacey 4-2 with April Rivera and Hanna Winchester scoring a goal each.

Girls Tennis lost to Pinelands's 4-1.

Today's schedule:
Field Hockey home at 7 against Central. Come out and cheer on the girls' under the lights.
Girl's Soccer have their home opener today at 4.vs Pinelands. Boys are away at Pinelands at 4.
Tennis is at Donovan Catholic today at 3:45. 
Both Cross Country teams begin their season tomorrow at Pinelands at 4 pm.

Girls Field Hockey is hosting a Chipotle Fundraiser on Wednesday at the Sea Girt location from 4-8. Bring the attached flyer with you. Enjoy your burrito as you support our chixs with sticks.

Play Safe!
Play Smart!
Have Fun!
Go Panthers!

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9/7 AND WE'RE OFF; OPENING DAY

Today is opening day for many of our fall sports!

Good luck to all athletes and coaches (and parents too) as you begin your journey to achieving all goals set during summer training. 

Boy's Soccer is home taking on Lacey at 3:45. First game on the new turf field.
Girl's Soccer travel to Lacey for a 4 pm start!
Girls Tennis are home hosting Pinelands at 4 pm.

Tomorrow, Friday 9/8

Field Hockey takes on Manchester at home at 3;45. First time hosting on the turf field!
Football takes on Pinelands under the lights at 7 pm.

Thanks to all those that golfed or helped in anyway to make our golf outing at Manasquan River Golf Club a huge success. Raised over $8,500. Special thanks to Brendan Hart for leading the team.

Booster meeting on Tuesday, 9/12 in the HS Cafe at 7 pm. Please join us! Volunteers are needed!
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8/21 GOLF OUTING A WEEK AWAY 
Hello All:

Happy Eclipse Monday! 

We're a week away from our annual golf outing at Manasquan River Golf Club, Still a few spots open! Beautiful challenging course!  Golfer's paradise!

Brochure attached, Reach out to Brendan Hart with any questions bhart112@gmailcom

Hope all fall athletes have worked out all those sore muscles since starting practice. The start of the seasons is just a few weeks away. it' ll be here before we know!

Best of luck to all!

Update:  Brendan Harts email is bhart112@comcast.net

If anyone has any prizes for the gift auction at the Golf outing please email us. Donations and gift cards are appreciated.

Thanks for all your support.





WHO WE ARE

The Boosters is a volunteer organization that supports all athletic teams of the Point Pleasant Borough High School. We devote many hours of our time because we have a common and simple goal --to make a difference in our school and our community. 

One of our primary efforts to support student athletes is to provide scholarships to graduating seniors. Over the past 20 years, we have awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to our student athletes. The Boosters sponsor several fundraisers and events including Dodge Ball Tournaments, Fall, Winter, and Spring Sports Banquets, Super 50/50 Raffle and our largest event, our Annual Golf Tournament to be held in April/May as well as our memory stone paver project. 

To be added to the email distribution list, send an email to athleticboosters@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us.


Our membership dues are only $10 (document available for downloading below to be added) for which your student becomes eligible to apply for a scholarship and your fee to attend varsity banquets is reduced (athletes attend for free). By volunteering at Booster events, you will enhance your child's chance to earn a financial scholarship. We ask you to help us continue our proud Panther traditions by accepting our invitation to join and serve our school community.


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