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MEETING FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN PARENTS

MEETING FOR ALL PARENTS OF INCOMING FRESHMEN

THERE WILL BE A MEETING 

JUNE 1ST AT 6:00 PM

IN THE AUDITORIUM AT MANALAPAN HIGH SCHOOL

JAR OF HOPE

 

THE COACHES AND PLAYERS VOLUNTEER AT THE JAR OF HOPE 5 K RUN

ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION

 

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PARABOLIC QUARTERBACK ACADEMY

MAY 15TH -JUNE 14 (5 WEEK CAMP)

TUESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS

8:00 TO 9:00 PM

QB COACHES ARE

FORMER RUTGERS QB GARY NOVA

AND

FORMER D1 QB COACH MIKE BIMONTE

 

 

2017 PRE SEASON SCHEDULE

THIS IS THE TENATIVE PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE

ALL TIMES, LOCATIONS, AND DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

 

 

FRIDAY JUNE 16TH SAYREVILLE LINEMEN CHALLENGE 5:00 PM

SATURDAY JUNE 17TH MONMOUTH 7 ON 7 8:00 AM

SATURDAY JUNE 24TH RUTGERS 7 ON 7 8:00 AM

TUESDAY JUNE 27TH ALL SHORE 7 ON 7 MATAWAN HS 5:00 PM

SATURDAY JULY 1ST KEAN 7 ON 7 8:00 AM

 

MANALAPN FOOTBALL TEAM DELIVERS TOYS TO CHILDREN 'S HOSPITAL

MANALAPAN — The Manalapan High School varsity football players decided that they needed to spread some cheer this holiday season.

The  students ran a toy drive and delivered three carloads of toys to The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick last month during the holidays.

According to the team’s head coach, Ed Gurrieri, Ron White, the father of one of the players, Ronny White, thought the team should get involved.

“The boys had just played in the state championship,” Gurrieri said. “Ron’s son was sick and was in that hospital, so he told us this would be such a rewarding opportunity.”

Ronny White, a sophomore running back and linebacker, was taken to the hospital with a case of pneumonia. Before being released, he was presented a toy gift by a nurse, a move that sparked this toy drive.

The toy drive was put in the varsity team’s lap, and they ran with it. In the past, Manalapan had participated in the Monmouth County Food Drive but wanted to do more to help out this holiday season.

Gurrieri is extremely proud of his team for their dedication to this cause.

“The team truly took the ball and ran with it,” he said. “They all got in touch with other teammates and tried to get what was on the list the hospital provided for the children. They made it happen.”

Manalapan finished a very successful 2016 season with an 11-1 record and a berth in the NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group V state sectional playoff championship game. The Braves were defeated by Piscataway Township High School, 34-13, in the state playoff finals Dec. 3 at Rutgers University.

 

MAKING THE GRADE

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

PERCENTAGES OF SCHOOL THAT CAN RECRUIT A STUDENT ATHLETE BASED ON YOUR CORE GPA

4.0 GPA 94%

3.5 GPA 72%

3.0 GPA 51%

2.5 GPA 21%

2.0 GPA 8%

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