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Star Coaches: December, 2010

by Editorial Staff--Suburban Family Magazine
Lenape High School Girls’ Soccer
Meder, (second from right), has built one of the most dominant programs, not just in the state, but in the country—ESPN ranks them fourth in the nation. Meder guided the Indians to a fourth straight state Group 4 title and fourth consecutive South Jersey soccer Coaches Tournament crown. His career record at Lenape is 124-11-5. His assistant coaches are (pictured left to right) Tony Guerrera, Mike Foley, Dave New and Christina Colangelo (not pictured).

Anthony Gallo
Cherokee High School Boys’ Soccer
This season Gallo, (far right), led Cherokee to the Group 4 state title, only the second in school history and the first since 2000. Gallo has built the program to the point where it is competitive each year while playing one of South Jersey’s top schedules. Gallo’s assistant coaches are (pictured from left) Mike Delguercio and Glenn Thomsen.

Mike Hudock
Washington Township Bowling
Washington Township High School’s Hudock, who has coached the bowling team since 2006, received the 2010 Sport Award from the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association, for his contribution to athletics. His team won the 2010 Group IV State Tournament when five members bowled perfect games, and took home the Tournament of Champions title. In 2009, his team won the Olympic Conference American Boys Division Young Team award.

Jeff Holman
Haddonfield Girls’ Tennis
Among the top coaches in the country, Holman guided Haddonfield to a 31-1 record and state Group 2 title this season. In the past two years, Haddonfield is 63-1, and has earned two state titles and one Tournament of Champions crown. Holman’s career record over 34 years as the girls’ coach is 934-121.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 10 (December, 2010).
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