Congratulations to five varsity lacrosse players who were recognized by The Trentonian for their outstanding performances this year. Ali Hannah '18 and Grace Sheppard '19 were named to the All-Prep First Team. Honorable mention recognition went to three athletes: Gig Gin Plehn '18, Catherine Martin '21, and Caroline Mullen '20.
In the News
By Bill Alden
Competing in the state Prep B outdoor championships, the Stuart Country Day School track team believed it had done enough to win the meet.Stuart piled up 115.50 points at the competition held on May 7 at Newark Academy, highlighted by senior star Michelle Kwafo winning the 100 meter dash, the 200, and the 100 hurdles with classmate Allison Walsh taking first in the high jump and the 4×400 relay ending the meet with a win and a school record. Read the full article from Town Topics >>
After playing for the Lawrence High girls' basketball team as a freshman, Jalynn Spaulding transferred to Stuart Country Day School in the fall of 2015, hoping to be part of something special for the Tartan hoops program. The smooth, talented guard made an immediate impact in her sophomore season, emerging as a star in helped the Tartans go 19-9 in 2015-16.
Bey-Shana Clark scored the first four points as the Stuart Country Day School basketball team hosted Academy of St. Elizabeth in the state Prep B title game last Wednesday. The two buckets by junior star Clark set the tone as the Tartans raced out to a 35-7 halftime lead. "We were just sharing the ball; it was hard work and hard moves," said Clark in assessing the team's first half performance. Read the full article from Town Topics >>