Athletes in grades five through eight were honored at the Middle School Spring Sports Awards on Wednesday evening. Teams from all three seasons at Stuart were recognized for their hard work and dedication through the year.
The Stuart Upper School Track Team ended one of their best seasons ever at the Mercer County Frosh-Soph Championships at Steinert High School. All four Stuart entries won medals competing against the best in the county in their grade level.
The 2017-2018 sports calendar has come to a close, and Stuart athletes should be proud of their achievements this year. On Wednesday, May 23, athletes from all three sports season at Stuart were honored at the Upper School Sports Banquet. The following athletes were recognized for their achievements:
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 >>
At the end of each sports season, Trentonian columnist Joe O'Gorman recognizes unsung players from their coverage area. While they might not score all the goals and have their name in print, they work hard and are vital to the team success. For this year's lacrosse season, junior Grace Sheppard was named the unsung player for the Stuart team.