11/20 Panter Update
Our girls soccer team finished their season Tuesday night against Holmdel with a hard fought 2-1 loss. Despite this, our girls achieved not only a dvision title but a Sectional one as well this year. Not too Shabby! So much to be proud of. Congratulations to Coach Edolo and his team on a very successful season.
Tomorrow, Katie Bragen and Devin Hart run in the Cross Country Meet of Champions at Holmdel Park. Katie qualified by finishing 7th at the Group Championship last week while Devin finished 10th. Overall, the girls team finished 7th and the boys were 8th. Good luck Katie and Devin!
What a fall season it was with many achieving individual and personal goals set back in the summer, proving that hard work and dedication are worth the effort.
An unheard of five teams were division winners: Football. Girls and Boys Cross Country and Soccer teams.
School Spirit lead by our Cheerleaders and Panther Pit is at an all time high.
This week, our own Alex Stupar was names the recipient of the SSOA Rusty Rzzitello Award. The SSOA Senior Excellence Committee selects a male HS senior varsity soccer player from Ocean County whom they believe to represent the best qualifications of a student scholar athlete based on GPA, Class Rank, varsity play time, leadership, Academic achievements, community service and SAT/ACT scores. Way to go Alex! Congratulations!
Some winter sports have alraeady begun with the remainder starting on Monday! Good luck to all!
Remember to send back your 50/50 tickets. They can be mailed to our PO Box 651 or sent into school. We will also have a table at the Band Craft Fair on Saturday the 5th at the Middle school.
11/16 Panther Update
Our Panther football lost a hard fought game on Friday night against Raritan in their State playoff game. Team can stand tall and proud finishing the year much better than anyone expected.
Having the Cheerleaders and most of the community there to cheer them on at each home game has brought wonderful sense of pride to not only the school but the Boro community has a whole. Don't think there's a better Pit than ours!
Girls Soccer takes on Holmdel tomorrow night at 7:30 @ St. Augustine Prep in their State Semi Final game. Go Panthers! We're sure that the Pit will be present and heard.
Don't forget that the Ice Hockey Associaton has there Chipotle fundraiser tonight from 4-8. Download, print or mention the ad before paying! Flyer attached.
Thanks to all those that rocked Friday night in the concession stand, Mike, Sue, Brendan, Candy, Diane, EC, Diane, Kim, Lori, Patty, Bruce, Mike, Doug, Robin, Noreen, Devin, Brian and Mo! Without them, we wouldn't have been able to run the operation.
A huge shout out to the following student athletes that help us raise over $970 at our Shop Rite bagging day!
Hats off to the Coaches for spreading the word especially, Pete Casalino, Dave Drew, Kevin Conhenney, Billy Kostenko, Lauren Contay.
It certainly is a win win fundraiser for everyone!
Thanks Again to all that have helped us in so many ways.
Please remember to send in your raffle tickets!
11/13 Girls Awesome Soccer Win and More!
Way to go Panthers! Girls clinched the NJSIAA South Group II Championships with a 4-3 OT victory over West Deptford yesterday afternoon! Congratulations! Next up Holmdel, Tuesday, in Buena Vista! Good luck Panthers!
Tonight, our iron men take the field against Raritan in their NJSIAA State game at 7 pm. Come out and join our Cheerleaders in giving your support from the sidelines and bleachers to lead the boys to victory.
We could always use extra hands at the snack stand tonight. Email if you can join in the fun.
Thanks to all those that have signed up for a shift at our Shop Rite Bagging day (Wall Store) on Sunday from 9-3. Please remember to show your Panther pride and wear something that lets people know your a proud Panther! If you still can take a shift, please contact Brendan Hart @ 973.715.4821 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ice Hockey Club has a new fundraiser that will fill your going to love. On Monday, 11/16 form 4-8 at their Brick location. They will receive 50% of the proceeds which they use for their ice time. Ice time runs approx $425 per hour with most of the cost absorbed by the Hockey Club. Not cheap! Please come out, fill your belly, keep your kitchen clean and support the team. The flyer is attached and can be shown from your phone or just mentioned when you order. Thanks!
Don't forget to drop off your 50/50 raffle tickets at tonight's game!
The Panther community will celebrate Christie Pearce Rampone, a member of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Champion and Point Alumni.
Festivities start at 6:45!
Panther Rally towels will be on sale for $5.
11/10 Congratulations Boosters & Updates
Congrats to the Girls Soccer team in their 2-1 OT victory against Cinnaminson yesterday. Off to the hosting West Deptford on Thursday in the NJSIAA South II Finals. Please come out to support the girls. Sure to be an epic game!
Correction from yesterday's Panther news, the boys football win over Raritan in October did not go to OT. Regular game win! Boys play them again in their first playoff game on Friday night.
Since the format change at the request of the Coaches to host their own team end of the season celebration rather than the Booster's hosting the end of season banquets, we no longer are receiving a $3000 grant from a donor. As you can imagine, this is a large sum to have to replenish. We have now had to budget nearly $7000 for the end of season festivities for all athletes and coaches.
This Sunday (11/15) from 9-3 is our Shop Rite bagging fundraiser. Last year, this was a very successful event for us, raising nearly $800 in 3 short hours.Currently we only have a handful of athletes signed up to participate on Sunday. Is is possible that you can encourage your daughter or son to give us a few hours? The shifts actually go very fast, they'll be done before they know it. They can use the hours toward any volunteer time they may need. Please email or call Brendan Hart @ 973-715-4821 or bhart112 @comcast.net if your athlete is able to participate.
In helping us, they are only helping themselves.
11/9 CONGRATULATIONS PANTHERS!
Congratulations to our Panther gird iron boys who claimed a share of the Shore Conference Class B South championship with a 14-13 victory over Lakewood. Boys take on Raritan at home on Friday night in their State Tournament Playoff game 7 pm. Panthers beat Raritan in an overtime game 33-27 on October 23rd.
Our girls and boys cross country teams both finished 2nd at the NJSIAA State Sectional Championships on Saturdays. Teams move on to Group II Championships on Saturday in Holmdel.
Today, 2 pm Al Saner field is the place to be! Our Panther girls Soccer team takes on Cinnaminson in the State Section Semifinals. Please come out and support the girls! Go Panthers!
Thank you very much to those that came and helped at our concession stand on Saturday! You guys rock! Thank you Patty, Sue, Mike, Candy, Kim, Devin, Noreen, Robin, Mike, Brendan, Mo and Brian!
Don't forget to pick up your Panther Rally Towel ($5) to cheer on our Panther teams.
11/4 ANOTHER BIG WIN!
Congrats to the Boys soccer team with their 7-0 win over Medford Tech (Burlington Institutue) yesterday! Next up, Manasquan on Friday, TBA!
Girls Soccer take on Delran tomorrow @ 2 pm in their 2nd round State game. Weather will be perfect! Come out and cheer the girls on to victory!
Good luck to our Panther Cross Teams as they compete in their State contests and our Football team as they play for the Division B Championship vs Lakewood on Saturday. Football is home at 2 pm. Come watch what is to be a hard fought game!
Many hands are needed to work the concession stand Saturday for the football game too. Most of our regular volunteers are unable to be there. WE NEED your help. Please email us if you can give us a few hours!
Project Grad annual Holiday Flower sale has started. Flyer attached below! Please consider purchasing you holiday flowers, decorating greens and even trees!
11/3 WAY TO GO PANTHERS!
Girls soccer team outscored Pinelands 6-1 in their round one State game. Congratulations!
They take on Delran at home on Thursday 2 pm.
Let's hope that the winning continues tonight under the lights as the Boys soccer team takes on Burlington County Institute in their first round state game.Beautiful weather to watch what's sure to be a good contest! Come out and show your support!
11/2 PANTHER UPDATE
Our grid iron boys lost a tough contest on Friday night to Jackson Liberty, 25-22 in OT. Team is still a very impressive 7-1. Big game on Saturday afternoon (2 pm) vs Lakewood to decide the Division Championship. Mark the date on your calendar.
Girls soccer plays their first State game today at 4 @ home. Please come out and show your support! Beautiful afternoon to catch a game!
Boys soccer plays under the lights tomorrow home @ 6 pm in their first State game. Sure to be an awesome match.
Booster meeting tomorrow night at 7 pm in HS cafe!
Please encourage your athele to sign up for a bagging session on Sunday, November 15 from 9-3 at Wall Shop Rite. Participation from our athletes is the only way this fundraiser can be a success. We are dependent upon them for their support. Email us if they can help take a 2 hour shift. Have them sign up with their teammates and friends. Hours count toward needed volunteer hours.
10/29 PANTHER SOCCER
Girls varsity vie for the division title today @ 3:45 home against Barnegat!
Our undefeated Panther Boys JV soccer team play tonight for the Championship 7:30 under the lights vs Middletown South at Wall HS.
Team is an amazing 17-0.
If your free today, please support our Panthers. Both are sure to be excellent games!
Good luck to our cross country teams as they compete in the Shore Conference tournament at Ocean County Park today!
10/28 PANTHER UPDATE
Good day Panther Fans! Don't forget winter sports registration is open! See school website for more info!
Our grid iron boys certainly had a game for the books. What a battle! Congrats to them as they defeated Raritan with a goal line interception in the last few seconds to remain 7-0. Hard fought game by all! All in Boys!
Thanks to the cheerleaders and the Pink Panther Pit section for rooting the boys on!
Last week many of our teams played in the Shore Conference games. Girls soccer lost in the second round in a tough game against Shore, 2-1 in overtime. They are now 14-2-1. Game tomorrow to determine the division championship!
Boys soccer lost their first round game against Colts Neck on penalty kicks 3-2. They rebounded yesterday with a 3-0 win against Howell to improve to 15 win season!
Dylan Peters placed fifth with Devin Hart right behind in sixth at the Ocean County Championships last week. The boys varsity team finished 5 out 17 teams, and first in their school size.
Girls were equally impressive with Kaite Bragen finishing 4th with Danielle Tsougarakis in 18th and Rachel Pausz 20th. Team finished 4th our out of 15th teams! Fist in our school size too!
Our field hockey lost a heartbreaker against Ewing yesterday in a state game to end their season. Our chics with sticks finished the season 9-9-1.
Our gymnasts achieved a new season high score against a strong Manalapan team hitting 92.5. Team continues to impress with individual personal best. They begin their Shore Conference meet on Saturday!
Panther chixs with racquets finished their season with impressive individual performances against Barnetgat and Pinleands. The girls continue to show much improvement from the start of the year. Holding their own in many matches!
Thanks to those who help "man the Stand" at Friday night's football game. Thanks to Mike, Sue, Kim, Lori, Tracy, Diane, Mo, Megan, Candy and Devin! Big thank you to those that dropped off drinks too! Boy, the kids in Point certainly love their Gatorade and Soda! Mark your calendar to help at our next game on Saturday, 11/7 @ 3 pm. Big game against Lakewood!
Congrats to our Competition Band. They received not one but two First place finishes last weekend at Jackson Memorial and Toms River. It's on to Rutgers and States on Saturday! Good luck!
October 19 - Fall Sports Updates & More
Ok so the chill has gone to our brain!
Field Hockey still has a regular season game left against Central tomorrow! Sorry for the misinformation!
Good luck Chixs! Go Panthers!
On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 7:58 AM, athletic boosters <email@example.com> wrote: Sorry forgot the Panther Pride bracelet flyer is below!
Also, don't forget that winter sports sign up is open. Please visit the Athletic department website for more details.
On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 7:56 AM, athletic boosters <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Good chilly morning to all Panther Fans!
Fall has definitely arrived with the frost on the pumpkins this morning!
Congratulations to the Girls Gymnastic team as they picked up their first season victory last week, Both the gymnastic and tennis teams continue to fight hard and give their all at each match. Their hard work and deternination will only lead their young teams to future goal achievements as they rebuild.
Big divisional soccer games today for both the girls and boys each taking on Manchester. Boys are home at 3:45. Both teams had big division wins last week in their quest for division titles. Girls are 12-1-1 on the season while the boys are 12-2. Despite the chill in the air today, please come out and support the boys! This is sure to be tough hard fought game. Our enthusiastic fans will only help the team!
Congrats also to our grid iron men remaining undefeated at 6-0 with their win at Barngeat on Friday night. All in Boys! They are home on Friday night against Raritan. Weather looks to be a perfect evening to come out and support the boys and cheerleaders! Wear your pink!
Our chics with sticks finished their regular schedule with wins over Barnegat and Central improving to 10-7-1 on the season. Good luck in conferences and States.
Our cross country teams were off last week, busy preparing for Thursday's Ocean County Championships at Ocean County Park in Lakewood.
The Boro HS Competition Band received their highest scores to date and won the Manchester competition over the weekend!
We're hoping for a large crowd at Friday's football game,. Please consider helping us at the snack stand. If you can, please email us. If you can give us an hour at half time that would be awesome.
A huge thank you to all parents that dropped off donations! You rock!
The Cross Country teams are selling Boro Pride bracelets (similar to Andi & Alex). See the attached flyer for more details
October 16 - Black & Gold Football Sweatshirt Sale
Hello Panther Fans!
The Black & Gold Football Parent Group is selling sweatshirts (flyer attached below). Orders are due TODAY (sorry for the short notice). If you are interested please contact them directly at their email address. Perhaps you can bring it to tonight's game and give to one of their folks! We're sure that they would appreciate any sales. Remember they make great gifts!
Good luck to our grid iron men with their game at Barnegat! All in Boys!
After a big win last night against Lakewood, the girls soccer team is hosting Donovan Catholic today at 3:45. At tthe same time, our chics with racquets take on the Barnegat Bengals on our home courts.
Nice fall day to take in a game.
Good luck to all our Panther athletes!
October 13 - Panthers News and Winter Sports Updates
Hello Panther Fans:
The Family ID website is now accepting winter sport student applications. Be sure to register your child if they are planning on playing a winter sport soon.
What a week for our Panthers!
Boys and Girls Cross Country teams cinched their divisions last Tuesday with wins at their tri meets and remain undefeated, at 7-0. Congratulations to all. All those miles pounding the pavement over the summer paid off.
Here's a tremendous figure, the senior boys on the cross country team have never lost a meet in all their four years on the team. In fact, Coach Kevin Conhenney has had undefeated teams for the last five years. An amazing "feet." Congrats to all.
Our grid iron boys won a huge division game against Central on Friday night. Team remains undefeated at 5-0. All in Boys!
What a wild week of Panther Soccer with big division games. Girls improved to 9-1-1 with wins over Barnegat and Pinelands and a 2-2 tie with Central. Our boys are now 10-2 with a win over Pinelands and a lost to Donovan Catholic.
Some great individual performances from our girls tennis and gymnastic teams. Much improvement by all. Our chics with raquets picked up their third win of the season with a victory over Lakewood. Our gymnasts continue to receive high marks in all their individual routines. Just falling short of team wins.
Our chics with sticks had a big senior night with a 3-1 win over Manchester. They improved to 8-5-1.
The Point Pleasant High School Competiition Band finished second at the Somerville competition over the weekend with the Color Guard receiving first place honors.
Continued success to all our athletes as they work on improving their individual performances.
Remember to register for winter sports. See the athletic department website for more details.
The Point Pleasant Education Association is sponsoring a meet the Board of Ed candidate night on 10/21 @ 7 pm in the HS auditorium. A great chance to meet the people who will be making the decisions for our children's education. Flyer attached.
One last item. tickets are on sale now for the fall play "The Miracle Worker" the story of Helen Keller on Nov 11-14. Please see the school's website for more ticket info.
October 5 - Panther Update
Our October meeting is tomorrow, Oct 6th @ 7 pm in room A9 @ the HS (across from the cafe). Big shout out to those that worked the concession stand last week, plenty of hot chocolate and coffee sold on a dreary rainy night! Patty, Diane, Sue, Mike, Diane, Mo, Candy and Mike you folks rock! At least we were dry!
Despite the rain, great Panther week for many!
Our gymnastic and chixs with raquets continue to show much improvement. Gymnastic scores continue to rise and girls are continually stiving to bring their game to the next level! Go Girls!
At the half way point of the fall season: Big Divisional wins!:
Our Boys and Girls cross country and soccer teams won again this week. Both cross country teams remain undefeated while the Boys soccer improved to 9-1 and the girls are now 8-1.These teams are moving closer to division titles with each win!
Despite playing during a Northeaster down pour, our grid iron men beat Manchester in their homecoming game and are still without a loss, undefeated at 4-0.
Not to be outdone, our chixs with sticks improved to 6-4-1 with a win and tie last week.
Way to go Panthers!
September 30 - Homecoming Game now Tomorrow Night @ 5 pm
Yes folks due to the impending storm, the homecoming football game is now tomorrow night @ 5 pm.
With such short notice, we could use anyone's help @ the snack stand. Don't forget, your teenager can get those much needed service hours working with us too.
Donations of Gatorade, Snapple, soda and water are greatly appreciated. Just bring them to the stand. Not only do they save us money, but they also save our volunteers time from having to shop for them when we have to replenish. Thanks to those that dropped off last Friday night.
September 30 - Spirit Week Alumni Activity & Girl's Soccer Team Panther Wear Fundraiser
The Point Borough High School Girls Soccer Teams are running a clothing fundraiser. All items are Nike brand and say, "Point Boro Soccer". Check it out on line to order: https://team.sportsparadise.net/ Organization: Point Boro High School
Team Sport: Girls Soccer 2015
Website will close on 10/4/2105
All apparel will ship to coach 2-3 weeks after site closes.
Any Point Pleasant High School Alumni interested in touring the school to see the Spirit Week decorated hallways on Friday, 10/2 @ 2 pm? Please see Katrina Salvatoriello's email below regarding the details.
As you aware, this week is SPIRIT WEEK in the high school! =) The hallways are decorated, the students are dressed up according to the theme day, spirit scavenger hunts are going on, there are various class competitions. The school is filled with panther pride as the students are building up their spirit and moral as a Panther! Student Council has also painted store front windows around town and are placing "Go Boro" signs on various residential yards to spread the spirit around the community.
Thanks for the generous donation of the Athletic Boosters, we were able to make many of our homecoming festivities possible this week. Do you have any high school alumni in your parent organization that would like to see the decorated hallways and have a mini tour around school? Hear about and see some of the changes through the years while having the opportunity to share and reflect on paw-some memories.
A total of 10 alumni are welcome to enter the school at 2pm on Friday to have a guided tour around parts of the school and see the decorated hallways. The visitors will also get to hear our fabulous Panther band!
I understand this is short notice but if you know anyone who is interested I would need their names sent to me via email by 9am on Friday morning (email me at email@example.com). I am reaching out to other parent organizations as well and it will be first come, first serve for the 10 tour slots. Hopeksalvatoriellofully next year we can open it up to more alumni. Therefore whether you have one person interested or 4 people interested, please send me names as soon as you have their confirmation they are attending (or the individual can email me). All alumni attending this tour need to submit their name to me by 9am on Friday and check in at the main office of the high school at 2pm. The tour will be over by 2:30pm.
SEPTEMBER 29. 2015 - HOMECOMING SHOUT OUTS!
Hi Panther Fans:
The Black & Gold Parent Football Club is trying a new and exciting fundraiser.
Shout-Outs to your favorite Panther at Friday night's Homecoming Game!
Your favorite playercan be on any Sport or a student, teacher, parent, or anyone!
Since Al Saner Stadium will be filled to the brim with Panther fans, your favorite will hear their name called over the loud speaker, along with their family, friends and you!
Please support them in their new endeavor!
Form attached AT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE for you to complete.
SEPTEMBER 28 2015 - AWESOME PANTHER WEEK
Big thank yous to those that came out to help in the concession stand! You deserve a huge pat on the pack along with our sincere appreciaton. Thanks Bruce, Brendan, Candy, Diane, Diane, Doug, EC, Jean, Kim, Mike, Mo and Sue! You guys ROCK!
Congrats to our chics with racquets. Our tennis team served up not 1 win but 2 wins last week. Hard work and perservance truly pays off.
Gymnastic team has their second match of the season this afternoon @ Brick Memorial against Barnegat at 3:45. Please go see them if you have the time!
Go Panthers! Good luck girls!
Good Panther week for both the boys and girls cross country and soccer teams!
Cross country teams had huge conference wins to remain undefeated at 3-0
Both soccer teams picked up big conference wins to improve to an awesome 7-1.
Our grid iron team, with the huge support of our cheerleaders and home crowd, including the class of 1970's 45th anniversary celebration alumni, won their battle against Bishop Ahr! They remain undefeated at 3-0!
Our chixs with sticks had a conference win over Barnegat and are now 5-4.
It's Spirit week at the school concluding with the Homecoming Festivities, dance on Thursday night and homecoming game on Friday!
September 24, 2015 - CONCESSION HELP NEEDED
Hello Panther Fans!
Welcome to our new members!
Many of our regular super concession stand volunteers are unavailable on Friday night at our opening football game.
We are in need any assistance you can provide. Prepping for the game begins around 5:15. If you can spare an hour or so, please consider stopping by to help. We are very busy at half time so please think about coming by before the end of the 2nd quarter!
All hands are needed to help with the concession sales, 50/50 raffle and merchandise table.
As always thanks for your support.
Please note,you can drop off donations at the concession stand as well.
September 21, 2015 - PANTHER WEEK TWO UPDATE
Week 2 is in the books with many of our Panther teams continuing their winning ways.
Girls Soccer won three games last week to improve to 5-1.
Boys Soccer and Field Hockey went 2 for 3 last week. Boys are now 4-1 and Our chixs with sticks are now 4-2.
Our grid iron men improved to 2-0 with a decisive win over Donovan Catholic on Friday night.
Both boys and girls cross country won their opening meets last week. They both bested Barnegat and Donovan Catholic in their tri meets.
Girls Gymnastics came close but lost their opening meet against Manchester.
Our chicks with raquets continue to work hard and improve with every swing and match. Working hard at practice and meets. We're sure their hard work is paying off.
Remember, opening night at the concession stand is this Friday for our home football game against Bishop Ahr.We are always looking for help. Set up begins at 5 pm. If you can't make it, consider dropping off drinks for us to sell.
Mon, Sep 14, 2015
Busy Panther Weekend!
Our Panther Boys teams are off to an awesome start. Soccer improved to 2-0 with a 3-1 win against Barnegat. On the grid iron, our football team was victorious over Pinelands, 21-0, starting off the season with a win.
Our chixs with sticks and raqucets as well as the soccer team gave their all, played hard but the final scores weren't what they had hoped.
Both cross country teams as well as our Panther gymnasts open their seasons on Tuesday.
Our first meeting of the new school year is on Tuesday night 7pm in Classroom A-9 directly across the hall from the HS Library.
Please join us!
Also, still need a few hands to help with our table at Back to School Night. Please email us if you can make it.
Thurs, Sept 10, 2015
Welcome back Panther Fans! Our Fall season is underway..Our athletes are working hard, striving to reach their season individual and team goals with much Panther pride.
Both the boys and girls soccer teams opened their season with wins this week. Field Hockey (our chixs with sticks) improved to 1-1 with 2-0 victory of St. Rose. Our girls tennis team (chixs with raquets) are looking to serve up some Panther pride and continue to have an even better season than last year.
Football takes to the grid iron at Pinelands on Friday night. No better way than to spend a fall like night than watching our Panther players, cheerleaders and State Champions Competition band take to the field.
Next week, our gymnastic teams as well as the girls and boys cross county runners open their season.
Just a few housekeeping notes:
Our first meeting is on Tuesday, 9/15 @ 7 pm in the HS LIBRARY. We need your support, please join us.
Our sports updates are strictly for your enjoyment and to keep you updated on all Panther teams. We are always looking to share the accomplishments of our athletes with you. Feel free to share those items we may miss, along with any photos with us. No individual or team accomplishment should go unnotice. Since our organization is strictly volunteers, we will try to include as much as we can. Like yours, our times is spread in many directions, often limiting that which we wish we could spend more time on..
Look for our table at Back to School night on 9/17. Many Panther apparel on sale, drastically cut prices. Don't miss this opportunity to update your Panther wardrobe.
Membership forms will be available at our table as well. Don't forget to sign up.
Any Panther parent alumni available to help "man" our table at Back to School night for a few hours? We could use your help so our volunteers can go to their student's classes. Please send us an email if you are available. Thanks!
It may take awhile to update our email list with all the back to school craziness. So if you are an alumni and wish to be removed, please send us an email.
Thanks to those who participated and helped with our very successful golf outing last month.
We are proud to announce the return of our annual golf outing on one of the Jersey Shore's oldest and exclusive golf courses.
The Manasquan River Golf course offers golfers the challenge of rolling hills in the elevated woodlands of the Old Squan Highlands along with the greens besides the laurel-laden ravines overlooking the Manasquan River. Breath taking views from everywhere.
On Monday. August 31st, registration and lunch begin at 11:30 with a shotgun start at 12:30. Besides golf, the cost of $225 per golfer includes forecaddi, drinks on the course, cocktail hour and awards dinner to end the day.
Please contact Brendan Hart @ 973.715.4821 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and sponsorhsip. Registartion form is attached for your convenience.
Stay tuned for more information on upcoming activities for the new school year.
Brochure attached below!
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.
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.