ALJ Athletes Receive Awards

CLARK — On Monday, March 26, the Arthur L. Johnson Athletic Department held their 2011 – 2012 Winter Athletic Awards. The evening, sponsored by the Crusader Athletic Booster Club, was held in the Arthur L. Johnson Auditorium.

All the Winter Athletic Teams and their seasons were highlighted by their coaches while handing out letters and awards to the student athletes. Over 160 varsity athletic letters were handed out throughout the evening, as participation in athletics at Arthur L. Johnson High School continues to grow.

The program continued with the Student Athlete Award, which was presented by the Principal of Arthur L. Johnson High School, Rick Delmonaco. The Student Athlete Award is given out each athletic season to a student athlete that is not only a champion on the field, but in the classroom as well. The 2011-2012 Winter Student Athlete award recipient was David Roglieri.

The evening culminated with the announcement of the Team Most Valuable Players. The MVPs were: Boys’ Basketball – Dan Hogan, Girls Basketball – Cyndi Wilson, Wrestling – Sal Montuori, Ice Hockey – Salvatore DeMarzo, Boys’ Winter Track & Field – Nick Mullery, Girls’ Winter Track & Field – Amanda Wnorowski, Swimming – David Roglieri, Bowling – John Messina, and Cheerleading – MaryKate Lavan.

The Supervisor of Athletics, Health, and Physical Education, Gus Kalikas, had this to say about the event: “Once again, our Winter Awards Program was a successful evening as it allows the district, administration, and coaches the opportunity to acknowledge a wonderful Winter Sports Season as well as recognize both student athletes and their parents alike for all that they have accomplished this past winter athletic season.”

(Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

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