Gutos (pictured) is not only one of the area’s top baseball prospects; he’s one of the best players in the country. And he’s been busy lately, traveling to tournaments far and wide to showcase his skills as a dominant pitcher. He made the All Tournament Team after a strong showing in the Perfect Game BCS National Championships in Florida, and was named top northeast prospect at the USSSA All American Games. He also captured a victory during championship week in storied Cooperstown, NY. In addition to these national honors, Gutos was named MVP and was the game winning pitcher in the AABC World Series Puerto Rico.
Spencer Campbell, Allison Jones, Molly Johnson and Kaitlyn Konopka
The members of Shawnee’s girls winter track 4x200 relay team captured a new school record at a meet in January with a time of 1:51.68. The girls—senior Konopka and juniors Campbell, Johnson and Jones—placed second in their heat at the NJSIAA Group 4 Indoor Track and Field Relay Championships.
The Bulldawgs sophomore scored 500.90 points during the South Jersey Interscholastic Swimming Association (SJISA) Jim Roach 11-Dive Championship meet on Jan. 22. Her score established a new competition record, besting the previous record of 494.50 points which stood for 10 years.
Flyers Youth’s Janus has taken charge of the 2014-2015 season, leading the 18UA division in points for almost the entire season. Janus has scored 39 points in 16 games, and leads the league with 24 assists and 15 goals. He has remained on the leader board—which calculates points across the entire state to get its results—since Oct.2014.
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 12 (February, 2015).
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