What an awesome weekend for our Panther swimmers and runners! More records broken!
Swimming-Ocean County Championships
Joe Skimmons set a new meet record in the 200 Individual Medley winning the event in 1:53:50. Joe also finished 2nd in the breastroke.
Jeff Poland took 2 fourth places finishes in the 200 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke .
Alex Johnson also medaled in the 500 freestyle and 200 freestyle.
Boys team finished 7th overall.
Carolyn Kerns finished second in the 500 freestyle and fourth in the 200 freestyle.
Julia Ackerman finished seventh in the 100 breaststroke.
Olivia Zahorsky also place in the 200 individual medley.
Girls team finished 10th overall.
Girls Track Results: Group 2 State Championships
High Jump Relay: Megan Zabelski and Robin Fiorentino won the event and are Group 2 State Champions. Meg jumped 5'2" with Robin clearing 4'8"
Natalie Dikun and Cammie Havens finished 4th in the Pole Vault Relay.
Danielle Tsougarakis, Katie Bragen, Rachel Pausz and Emily Tufano set another school record in the 4x800 relay with a time of 10:28.
Last night against Barnegat, the team spilt the victories. Girls were victories.Both teams are now 2-3.
The boys continue to impress beating Central last week and improving to 9-2 on the season.
Boys: beat Wall and Neptune to improve to 20-15.
Girls: were victorious over Neptune to improve to 18-14
Girls: are on a 5 game win streak. Beating Lakewood, Barnegat and Pinelands to improve to 9-3.
Boys: won their third game of the season beating Pinelands. Improving to 3-8.
Boys faced some of the Shore's toughest teams RBC and St. John Vianney last week, playing tough but finishing on the short end of the stick. They are now 5-4-3 on the season.
Spring Sports: registration is now open online through FamilyID on the Athletic page of the school's website under eforms.The link is
This is only for HS students. Middle School Students still need to complete and submit the paperwork.
Update on Mary Peled: Mary has begun the chemo process before receiving the bone marrow transplant which has arrived at the hospital. Please keep the Peleds, the donor and all those on her medical team in your thoughst along with any other Panther family in need.