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Freehold High School
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Joseph Henderson, Ed Henderson, Frederick "Rick" Darke, Ivan "Rusty" Mayes, Cicely Warrington and Heshy Moses were honored.
Friday, March 29, 2013
During the Freehold High School signing ceremony, former coach Heshy Moses gave future college players advice on how to always get better.
Heshy Moses, Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD) Board of Education President, knows what it takes to excel on and off the athletic field. The future Freehold High School (FHS) Hall of Famer stopped by the FHS signing ceremony earlier this month and gave students advice on how to succeed at the next level of their sport. Moses coached FHS soccer teams until 2006. During his 33-year coaching career he amassed a record 459 Varsity wins, 14 division championships, two Shore Conference Tournament championships, six Central Jersey state sectional championships and a 2006 state championship. Moses will be inducted in the FHS Hall of Fame on Thursday April 18. Are you a big fan of the Colonials? You'll also want to see:
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Both Freehold High School students received scholarships to play Division I baseball next year.
Two Freehold High School (FHS) student athletes are about to begin their last season as Colonials before they go on to play Division I baseball. Jason Lundy and David Yanez are both seniors at FHS. When the boys were freshman, on the team both students set goals with coach Jon Block of playing college baseball one day. “They all had a dream, they all wanted to play ball at the next level. So today that has happened but it has to continue,” said Block during the FHS signing ceremony breakfast. Lundy and Yanez were two of the eight athletes honored for receiving athletic scholarships at the annual FHS signing ceremony. Lundy has committed to play at Fordham University while Yanez signed a letter of intent for NJIT. “These two have been with …
Monday, March 18, 2013
The senior field hockey player received a scholarship to play Division I Field Hockey at Sacred Heart University.
A Freehold High School (FHS) senior will continue to represent the Colonials next year on the field hockey field. Sydney Duven was one of the eight FHS students to receive an athletic scholarship to play at Division I University. Jerrilynn Acevedo, former FHS field hockey coach, worked with Duven for three years before becoming the Supervisor of Extracurricular Activities. At the annual FHS signing ceremony breakfast, Acevedo spoke about her memories with Duven. “The amount of titles that we have and the amounts wins do not compare to the memories we have,” said Acevedo. “We have cried a lot, we have laughed a lot and we have had a lot of fun throughout the last three years all of which I will never forget and its been truly an honor to …
Monday, March 11, 2013
Gabrielle Romanowski, talks to Patch about getting signed to play Division I softball at Rutgers University.
Gabrielle Romanowski, a senior softball player at Freehold High School (FHS) is entering into her last season as a Colonial. Romanowski, 17, was one of the eight FHS students recognized at the annual signing ceremony breakfast after recieving an athletic scholarship to play softball at Rutgers Universty. After officially committing to Rutgers, FHS Varsity softball Coach David Grippo acknowledged Romanowski for her athletic ability and leadership on and off the field. “Gabby is probably one of the most athletic females I have ever been around,” said Grippo. “She has an unbelievable work ethic and she very knowledgeable of the sport, she is literally like my assistant coach.” After the FHS signing ceremony, Freehold Patch caught up with …
Friday, March 8, 2013
Freehold High School Varsity softball Coach David Grippo talks about some 2012 season highlights involving senior Gabrielle Romanowski.
While the recent weather makes it hard to believe, the spring sports season is almost here. Before Spring Sports kick off, Freehold High School Varsity softball coach David Grippo explained some of his season highlights involving FHS senior Gabrielle Romanowski. Romanowski has committed to play Division I softball at Rutgers University next year. The softball team has began practicing for the 2013 season and will officially start their season in April. Are you a big fan of the Colonials? You'll also want to see:
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Freehold High School senior Chelsi Bender recaps her high school season and explains what she is looking forward to most next year at Mississippi State University.
Freehold High School (FHS) senior Chelsi Bender will continue to represent the Colonials on the soccer field at Mississippi State University. As one of the eight FHS students to participate in National Signing Day, Bender told Freehold Patch what she will miss about New Jersey and what she is looking forward to doing as a future 'Bully the Bulldog'. Are you a big fan of the Colonials? You'll also want to see:
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Watch how the Freehold High School girls Varsity Basketball team beat Neptune High School in overtime 50-48.
It was standing room only in the Freehold High School (FHS) gymnasium Monday night, as the girls Varsity basketball team took on Neptune High School (NHS) in the Sectional Championship game. Parents, students, school staff and administration all watched as the Colonials worked to catch up with NHS who came out with an early lead. While both teams worked to advance, the game was extremely aggressive resulting in numerous fouls. At the half, the Colonials trailed by 8 with a score of 10 to 18. After the half, the game became even more aggressive; the foul line is where the majority of the points came from and provided Freehold with an opportunity to close the gap. By the end of third, the Colonials only trailed by four with a score of 22 to …
Friday, March 1, 2013
The FHS Varsity girls basketball team will play their third game in the NJSIAA tournament against the Hopewell Valley Bulldogs on Saturday, March 2.
The Freehold High School (FHS) girls Varsity basketball team has advanced into the third round of the NJSIAA tournament. The Colonials started off the tournament with a win over the Red Bank Regional Bucs 50 to 30 and continued their winning streak by defeating Somerville on Thursday, 58 to 34. Head coach Jennifer Brzucki explained to Patch that the girl's unselfish offense is their strongest skill, but in order to keep advancing in the tournament the girls need to keep up their defensive skills, especially when it comes to boxing out, rebounding and securing the ball. The girls will travel to Pennington on Saturday, March 2 to take on the number two seed, the Hopewell Valley Bulldogs. Are you a big fan of the Colonials? You'll also want …