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Spring Varsity Athletes Celebrated

Championships, milestone achievements, and rankings, oh my! It’s been another great season for spring sports at The Hun School.
Below are some of the season’s highlights:
 
Boy’s lacrosse won the MAPL championship for the second year in a row, and clinched their third consecutive NJISAA Prep “A” championship.
 
Baseball won the MAPL championship and their fourth consecutive NJISAA Prep “A” championship. (This year was the third for Coach Tom Monfiletto, since he took over the program from former Coach Bill McQuade.)
 
Leah Sutphen won her third Prep “A” championship in javelin, and Martin Adams and Nick DeGennaro won the Prep “A” titles for the 3200m and 100m, respectively.
 
Devon Cowan ’19 and Ally Cowan ’20 each celebrated their 100th career goal in lacrosse.
 
Amanda Jenkins ranked 4th in MAPL for girls’ golf.
 
Spring 2019 Varsity Sports Banquet
Below are the athletes who received awards at the Spring Varsity Sports Banquet:
 
Kathryn M. Quirk Scholar-Athlete Award
Nicole Angelini
Play at least 2 varsity sports and have a GPA of 80 and up
 
William R. McQuade Scholar-Athlete
Ian Fanzoni
Play at least 2 varsity sports and have a GPA of 80 and up
 
12 Varsity Letters
Leah Sutphen
 
Bobo Holmes Awards
Blake Hansen
for demonstration of durability and fortitude
 
Boys' Lacrosse
Devon Cowan- Most Valuable Player
Nicholas Ramsey- Most Valuable Player
Jack Ruddy- Most Valuable Player
Jake Wright- Coaches Award
 
Girls' Lacrosse
Allison Cowan- Most Valuable Player
Kendall Nehlig- Coaches Award
 
Boys' Crew
Lauren Borgstrom- Coaches Award
Anil Kamdar- Coaches Award
James Britton- Stan Repko Award
 
Girls' Crew
Alexis Harvell- Most Valuable Player
Madeleine Mauer- Coaches Award
Anika Stein- Skip Soriero Award
 
Baseball
Andrew Blake- Coaches Award
McGwire Tuffy- Coaches Award
Jack Erbeck- Most Valuable Player
Daniel Melnick- Most Valuable Player 
 
Softball
Virginia Venizelos- Coaches Award
Abigail Zucatti- Coaches Award
 
Girls' Golf
Amanda Jenkins- Most Valuable Player
Laila Palmer- Coaches Award
 
Boys' Crew
Jack Kearns- Coaches Award
Alexis Landry- Coaches Award
 
Track and Field
Olivia D'Aulerio- Most Valuable Player
Martin Adams- Most Valuable Player
Jack Bristol- Coaches Award
Leah Sutphen- Coaches Award
 
Boys' Tennis
Brendan Mrotchek- Coaches Award
Avinash Yalamanchi- Coaches Award
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