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SJV Baseball Preview

SJV Baseball Preview

Anthony Todaro, Writer

October 28, 2015


Filed under Sports

St. John Vianney’s baseball coming up season in 2016 is looking like a good one.  After winning states in 2014, the team took a dip going 12-8.  The team won their division, but lost first round of state playoffs to Bishop Eustace 6-2.   Even though they didn’t have the best of seasons, the t...

SJV Remains Undefeated in Raritan Routing

SJV Remains Undefeated in Raritan Routing

Tino D’Amore, Writer

October 27, 2015


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In a night filled with Homecoming floats, students dressed as sports reporters, and countless confetti shooters, the SJV Lancers beating the Raritan Rockets 56-26 put the icing on the cake on October 16th, 2015. The Rockets were 3-1 and looked to give the Lancers their first loss of the season. However,...

SJV’s New Gymnastics Team

Emily Mugno, Writer

October 16, 2015


Filed under School News, Sports

Little does Saint John Vianney students know that the athletic department has added a new sports team, gymnastics. The team consists of five talented gymnasts, Kristen Politz, senior captain who has been committed to Penn State since the summer of 2013, juniors Marina Pietri and Jen LaPoss, and freshmen,...

SJV Lancers’ Football Team: Top “Dawg”

SJV Lancers’ Football Team: Top “Dawg”

Sara Fitzgerald, Sports Writer

September 21, 2015


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Lancers’ new coach, Derek Sininsky, opens up his first season at SJV with a win over Matawan Regional. Coming into the season with a coach named just days before team camp started, the Lancers  were given an exciting update. Coming off a 10-1 season with Coach Marc Ciccotelli, players were shocked ...

Girls Bowling Team off to a Striking Start

Girls Bowling Team off to a Striking Start

Stephanie Brogna, Co-Editor-in-Chief/ Photographer

January 22, 2015


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The 2014-2015 season has been very successful for the SJV Girls Varsity Bowling Team. Starting out the season with a win over Mater Dei, the girls continued their win streak over Keansburg. Continuing an undefeated season for the second year in a row, the girls of Saint John Vianney High School hope...

The Stage is set for XLIX

Nick Larosa, Sports Writer

January 21, 2015


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The whole NFL season comes down to this final game and it will take place in Arizona. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest world-wide events, like the summer and winter Olympics. This Super Bowl isn’t just any ordinary one, it’s a chance for the Seattle Seahawks to repeat titles back-to-back. They...

Zack Hample

Nick Larosa, Sports Writer

January 14, 2015


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Whenever you go to a baseball game what is the number one thing you hope happens? Of course your team to win, but to also catch a baseball. From batting practice to foul balls to home runs, Zack Hample has caught it all. Zack Hample is a ballhawker, which is someone who is very skilled at catching...

SJV Boys Basketball on the Rise

SJV Boys Basketball on the Rise

Chris Angolia, Editor-in-chief

January 13, 2015


Filed under School News, Sports

When one thinks of Saint John Vianney basketball they normally think about the Lady Lancers and their storied history since the 1980s, however the 2014-15 season is a bit different. Although the Lady Lancers are off to a fast start as usual at 6- 1, it the SJV Boys basketball team who is making headlines...

Odell Beckham Jr: The Giants’ Key to Future Success?

Odell Beckham Jr: The Giants’ Key to Future Success?

Antonio D'Amore, Writer

January 6, 2015


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In the 2014 season, the New York Football Giants have been nothing short of a disappointment. At one point, the Giants had won three straight games and appeared to be a threat. That dream was shattered in the following weeks after losing seven consecutive games. Whether it is the offensive line, Eli ...

Chris Falzone’s Miracle On Ice

Chris Falzone’s Miracle On Ice

Alyson Mandato, Writer

December 17, 2014


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He took the ice when he was just seven years old, and before he knew it he had to hang up his skates because at the age of 15 he was diagnosed with Non Hodgkins Mature B Cell Lymphoma, a form of bone cancer. 15 year old Chris Falzone lives and breathes hockey. Hockey was what kept Falzone going through...

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