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Friday, May 3, 2013
Howell resident ready to start pro football career
Growing up on the football fields of the Howell Pop Warner league Ryan Spadola said he and his friends would dream of someday trading in their Lions jerseys for that of their favorite professional team. When the New York Jets open their rookie training camp Spadola will have the chance to see that dream come true after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent. Coming out of Freehold Township High School Spadola said he was just glad when he got the chance to take his game to the college level at Lehigh University. Making the jump from college to pro ball was not something on his realistic radar at the time. "At that current stage it seemed like kind of a far stretch," he said. "Throughout my years at Lehigh I started to grow and …
Freehold Township visits Howell high school on Friday, May 3 for an important divisional game.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Borough fares better than Township in state reports
Freehold Borough High School was given high marks in the first round of a new statewide school evaluation system, while Freehold Township High School fared less well in the results released last week. The state Department of Education NJ Schools Performance Report was released for each of the schools across the state last week. The evaluation scores schools in three major categories: Academic achievement, College & Career Readiness and Graduation & Post-secondary preparedness. Academic Achievement scores are tabulated from the results of students’ performance in language and mathematics standardized tests. College & Career Readiness scores are calculated by participation in SAT or PSAT tests and in Advanced Placement courses. And the …
Monday, March 25, 2013
After earning numerous titles during their 2012 season, the Freehold Township High School Varsity field hockey team was awarded certificates of achievement from the Freehold Township Committee.
2012 was a banner-year for the Freehold Township High School (FTHS) Varsity field hockey team. During their season, the girls won a North Division Title, won the Central New Jersey Group IV State Championship, went undefeated in the season, had 15 shutouts and were ranked number 10 in New Jersey and the Shore Conference. Due to their success, the Freehold Township Committee honored the team last week with a certificate of achievement for the multiple athletic highlights the team experienced this year. In addition to the many accomplishments the team earned during the season, the committee recognized the team’s passion and dedication to each other and the sport.
Friday, March 22, 2013
Freehold Township High School Varsity Lacrosse coach Mike Ferrando gives an inside look into the training before the 2013 season.
The 2013 spring sport season is yet to officially begin, but the Freehold Township High School (FTHS) Varsity lacrosse team is already eyeing the State Championship Tournament. The lacrosse program at FTHS has been around for 15 years, but the team is yet to make it past the first round of the State Championship Tournament. For the last two years, Mike Ferrando has been the Head Coach of the Varsity lacrosse team and is hoping to make it into the state tournament and advance past the first round this year. “This is the fifteenth year of the program and we have never gone past the first round of the state playoffs so that’s a goal that every class that comes through here knows. For this senior class, that is on top of their list; to make …
Friday, March 15, 2013
The Freehold Township Ice Hockey team will hold a clothing/toy drive fundraiser on Saturday, March 16 from 10 a.m. until noon at Freehold Township High School.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
While the Freehold Township Varsity baseball team lost a lot of key players after last year, Head Varsity coach Todd Smith explains how his team is getting ready for the upcoming season and how the mixture of experience on his 2013 team will be beneficial
For the Freehold Township High School Varsity baseball team, spring cannot come fast enough. April 1 marks the season opener for the Freehold Township Patriots and the team will kick off the season by taking on their rival, the Manalapan Braves. According to Freehold Township Varsity baseball coach Todd Smith, Manalapan will be a big game for the Patriots not only because it is their season opener, but because Manalapan was the season group 4 state champions for the last two years. “We always have tough battles with them [Manalapan],” explained Smith. “It is a tough game every single time we play them but we prepare for the season opener by trying to get better everyday in the pre-season.” Are you a big fan of the Patriots? You'll want to …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Nicole Rodriguez, a junior at Freehold Township High School has raised over $500 for the Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center with her song “Broken Heart of Gold”.
A Freehold Township teen is using her vocal talent to raise awareness and money for abused children. Nicole Rodriguez, a junior at Freehold Township High School, wrote her single “Broken Heart of Gold” after hearing numerous stories of abuse and how local community centers provide relief. After recording the song, Rodriguez decided to use her single as a fundraiser for centers that help abused children by selling it online with all proceeds going to the Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center (MCCAC). “She [Rodriguez] has demonstrated a remarkable work ethic by not only pursuing her own personal goals, but has also guided others to find joy in displaying their hidden talents,” said Michael Clawson, Rodriguez’s Drama Teacher at Barkalow …