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Girls Basketball Season Brings Wins

By Arely Rubio

The season for the girls basketball was the best season that the girls had in a very long time. For a while the girls basketball team hasn’t been so good, for many years we have not won a game. This year was different we won four games and it was an amazing season for both coaches and players. And let me tell you those wins were definitely needed this season. Our wins were the first of 3 ½ years. With four wins and ten losses and the girl learned from their losses and carried improvement in the following games, and that brought out our four wins. Ms. Hamell, the head coach, led us to one of out best seasons with the help of Ms. Maclearie. Our wins against Avon, Belmar, Deal, and Neptune City were an improvement of our losses. This was a great season and hopefully we will carry on the improvement next year and bring some more wins to Bradley Beach!

Boys Win Division for the First Time in 10 Years!

(Photos courtesy of Lenore Cooperman)

By Arely Rubio and Kevin Hernandez Perez, Sports Editors, with Heidi Ruiz-Otero, Reporter

For the first time in 10 years, the Bradley Beach boys soccer team won the Monmouth County Athletic League’s (MCAL) “National” Division this year with an impressive record of one loss and 13 wins.

”Our teamwork, speed, and aggression is definitely one of our strengths,” said Harry Cruz Galindo, a defensive player on the team. “Quick playing and positioning is helping us the most.”

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Cheerleaders Bring It

By Arely Rubio, Sports Editor

IMG_0252.jpg(Photo courtesy of Alisyn Morder)

This year’s cheerleading team is the biggest team in five years, consisting of 19 students, with five captains!

The team is doing an outstanding job of spreading the school spirit. They were invited to the Monmouth County Athletic League’s exhibition at Manasquan High School for the fifth consecutive year on February 27.

With a big team comes great cheers,  and even a new one: “The Welcome Cheer” is a new cheer revamped to make it more relevant, said Mrs. Alisyn Morder, the cheerleading coach. Read more

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