A number of sophomores are making their presence felt across the New Jersey girls basketball landscape this season. Here, we highlight some of the state's best from the Class of 2019 and take a look at their numbers up to this point in the season. Read the full article on NJ.com >>
It's been a big year for Stuart junior Michelle Kwafo who recently earned the title of Prep B State Champion in the 55m hurdles as she also competed against college athletes this past Sunday at the Princeton Invitational at Princeton University.
The Stuart CYO team came out on top with a first place in the Small School Division, and Stuart's three team captains, Caroline Johnson '22, Molly Lagay '21, and Catherine Martin '21, were all elected to the Mercer County All Star Team. With a total of exactly 300 points in combined Stuart/CYO play, eighth grader Catherine Martin was awarded Most Valuable Player in the Small School Division.
Stuart's young swimmers proved to be incredibly competitive at the informal state championship invitational meet at the Ranney School last Wednesday. Our Middle School swim team did amazingly well at the meet, coming in second place! The event, which consisted of six teams, was the biggest meet on their schedule this season. Stuart came in second to Pingry and finished 30 points ahead of Pennington, to whom they lost earlier in the season at a dual meet competition.
The indoor track team wrapped up its season on Saturday on a strong note, winning the JV Invitational meet at Peddie! The goal of the meet was for Stuart's young team to apply lessons from their first official indoor track season, and for many it did just that.