Congratulations Alexandra Anton!
During high school, Alexandra has dedicated herself to sports, academics, and being an active member in her school and church communities. She was a four-year varsity starter for bowling, and a captain for two years, and participated in 3 years of varsity softball, all the while completing honors and AP classes and maintaining a high GPA. Alexandra was selected for the 2016-2017 GMC Blue Division Bowling Team in her junior year. She was also the female recipient for the Central Jersey Winter Classic Bowling Scholarship. In the Mother Seton community, she has served as a Seton Ambassador, Seton Mentor, chairperson for the MSR Big Sister/Little Sister Program, and a student council member throughout her high school career. Outside of school, Alexandra has been an active member and leader of her youth group, volunteering every month at the Quadriplegic Center, ARC Kohler School for Developmental Disabilities, and various charity events. Alexandra has been altar serving for her Holy Spirit parish for the past 8 years. Alexandra will be attending Pennsylvania State University in the fall pursuing a degree in political science while playing club or intramural softball.
Congratulations Brielle Robinson!
On May 9, Senior Brielle Robinson, received the Greater Middlesex Conference Sportsmanship Award at the Pines Manor. Brielle was selected from all the senior athletes because of her outstanding leadership and sportsmanship. Brielle sets the example for the underclassmen and shows them what sportsmanship truly means on and off the court. On the court, Brielle is the first one to extend a helping hand to anyone that may need it, including the opposing team. Off the court, Brielle is the one that everyone knows they can count on, she never lets anyone down. She will be missed at Mother Seton next year when she moves on to St. Peter's University.