Congratulations to the varsity basketball team who won the Prep B State Championship game against Academy of St. Elizabeth on Wednesday evening. Junior Bey-Shana Clark led the team with 22 points to their final score of 62-22 over St. Elizabeth. Click through for photos from the game.
GO STUART! At our pep rally on Wednesday, the girls cheered on all of the Middle School and Upper School winter sports teams from the 3/4 CYO basketball to our swimming, squash, indoor track and basketball teams. Special congratulations go out to the indoor track team who recently won the Prep-B State Championships and the varsity basketball team who went on to win the Prep-B State Championship game that evenin at 5:00 PM! Click through for photos from the excitement at the pep rally.
The 2017-18 indoor track season will be remembered for last week's Prep Championship win, but the coaches feel that the improvement from the first meet at Peddie in December to the last meet at Peddie is just as important. The desire and dedication to do one's best is more important than the wins. The results that follow should make everyone proud of their performances.
Congratulations to the varsity basketball team who played with ferocity in the Prep B semi-finals on Sunday afternoon and are now headed to the Prep B Championships! The second-seeded Stuart girls beat #3 seed Newark Academy 67-29 with freshman Nia Melvin leading the Tartans with 21 points. The Championship game will be on Wednesday, February 14, at home against #4 seed Academy of Saint Elizabeth who beat top-seeded Morristown-Beard in the other semifinal game. Go Tartans!
Coming into the state Prep B indoor championship meet last Saturday, Len Klepack wasn't expecting his Stuart Country Day team to end up with the title.
"I thought we would maybe be in the top three because Villa Walsh would have too much distance strength; I think they won four of the last five titles and it would be very difficult to beat them," said Stuart head coach Len Klepack in assessing the competition that was held in the Lavino Field House at the Lawrenceville School. "We planned on getting the most points that we could with the squad we had." Read the full article from the Town Topics >>