By Emely Herrera-Montoya and Mairelys Ramirez Montoya
With five wins and seven losses, it was a great season for the girls’ soccer team under coaches Morgan Maclearie and Courtney Hammell. One highlight of the season came in a game against HW Mountz (the undefeated team) in our league. It was 3-2 and it was a tough game as we only lost by one goal. Marielys Ramirez scored one goal and Ella Minsky came with the second goal!
There were 15 girls on the team. In eighth grade were Claire Cooperman, Jackie Niece, Ella Minsky, Nora Gregory, Genesis Pimentel, Lizbeth Quiroz, and Celian Torres.
“It’s going to be a huge loss next year without our eighth-graders,” said Miss Maclearie. “Most have played for us since fifth grade! The younger players have some big shoes to fill once they graduate.” Read more
By Emely Hernandez Aparicio and Emely Herrera Montoya, guest reporters.
“Woohoo!” roared the crowd.
This year’s 2019 Cheerleading Exhibition was a success for the BBES Cheerleaders. This year, only seven schools participated in the MCAL Cheering Exhibition: Antrim, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Brielle, Manasquan High School, Neptune, and St.Catharine’s. We had four captains: Audra Lowe, Alexandra Zarate, Heidi Ruiz, and Roselyn Herrera. It took Mrs. Morder one and a half months to choreograph the dance. Read more
By Joshua Nesheiwat
This year, our boy’s baseball season was 0 and 14 … again. But thanks to our new coach, Mr. Coulson, we ended up feeling like winners.
“It’s not about how many times you fail; it’s how many times you get back up,” Mr. Coulson said recently. Read more
By Noah Jamieson
The boys’ soccer team had a rough season this year, losing every game but one. Their final record was 1-8 which was almost the opposite of last year. Even though they didn’t hit the same amount of success as last year, it doesn’t mean they are not successful. They started out with a close game and a nice opener for the season.
(Photos Courtesy of Lenore Cooperman)
By Claire Cooperman, Reporter
Bradley Beach girls soccer has come to a close with three wins and eight losses this season. Ms. Maclearie and Ms. Hammell were coaches again this year, motivating the girls to work hard and do their best, even if their best is not always winning. There were 15 players on the team. Read more
Photos courtesy of Bridget Antonucci.
Students enjoying field day at the Bradley Beach Recreation Center.
By Heidi Ruiz Otero, Reporter