Tennis Team Wins Crusader G.P.A. Challenge

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The Girls’ Tennis Team enjoys breakfast as a reward for winning the inaugural G.P.A. Challenge. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

The Girls’ Tennis Team enjoys breakfast as a reward for winning the inaugural G.P.A. Challenge. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

CLARK — This morning,  the Arthur L. Johnson Athletic Department held a breakfast in honor of the 2013 Fall Athletics G.P.A. Challenge winners, the girls’ tennis team.

The Crusader G.P.A. Challenge is a new initiative to recognize the sports team that finished with the highest overall G.P.A. The recipients were presented with certificates, will have their team memorialized on a plaque, and were invited for a “Breakfast with the A.D.” to celebrate their actions both in the classrooms and on the fields.

The Crusader girls’ tennis team had a G.P.A. of 3.806. The team members are: Kara Alongi, Kristen Camillo, Keylyn Vargas, Julia Villari, Magda Mickiewicz, Gabriella Parracho, Natalie Perla, Kelly Vena, Ciara Feeley, Natalie Palmiere, Stefani Scalia, Dariya Lizanets, Marta Mickiewicz, and Tabitha Starita

“The Athletic Department is extremely proud of all the members of the Girls’ Tennis Team,” said department supervisor Gus Kalikas. “The team was able to balance athletics and academics at the highest level, not only competing in the State Tournament in the fall but also excelling in the classroom, which is evident by the cumulative G.P.A. of 3.806 that the tennis team held throughout the season. They are a model of what it means to be a student athlete and the Clark School District is proud of all of their accomplishments.”


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