July 2016 Issue
Senior Kevin Brandt is back to lead the offense after starting at quarterback as a junior. He ran for seven touchdowns and threw a pair of TD passes last fall.
A special senior class that has experienced a lot of success at Eustace will lead the way this fall.
Eustace is paced by a pair of returning all-conference midfielders in junior A.J. Pietrangelo and senior Sam Gray.
Despite graduating leading scorer Gabby Pietrangelo, Bishop Eustace brings back several talented playmakers, including senior forward Hailey McGrath, who had six goals and 10 assists last year.
Eustace’s opponents have grown accustomed to seeing a Hutchison leading the pack over the years, and this season will be no different.
Katy Storti had quite a debut for Bishop Eustace, as she was crowned the South Jersey Non-Public champion, took fourth at states and 40th at the Meet of Champions.
Caitlyn Sorelle has graduated after playing first singles the last two years, but five starters are back from a very special season at Bishop Eustace.
Camden Catholic graduated a large portion of its starting lineup but does bring back junior outside hitter Madeline Dutterer, who led the team with 82 kills.
After two straight impressive seasons to begin her high school career, junior Paige Rhoads enters 2016 with high hopes.
Suburban Family Magazine’s Fall Sports Preview for 2016
Math Accelerator’s Kit Wong has created a new approach to rebuilding a child’s math foundation that promises results and fun.
Power Train puts the personal back into personal training to reach your athletic goals.
They say you can tell a lot about a person’s personality by his or her smile.
As the fall sports season gets underway, many student athletes are gearing up for competition. But for a student athlete with a pre-existing injury, this is a season of caution.
Additional late-season crop plantings extend the sweet taste of summer.