Hightstown High School Athletes Honored by Board of Education

Football, cross country, soccer, and field hockey athletes were recognized.

A number of Hightstown High School student athletes were honored and recognized as outstanding players in football, cross country, soccer, and field hockey at the Board of Education meeting held Monday, Jan. 28.

Kevin Lenart, Joey DeCristofaro and Jude Brenya of the football team were recognized for making All Valley Division as First Team; Will Grelis, Max Kutler, and Andrew Daniels as Second Team.
Luke Dermody received All Colonial Valley Conference First Team for Boys’ Cross Country.
All Colonial Valley Conference for Boys’ Soccer Team recognized Jake Reyes, Peter Kent, Mohamed Sesay as First Team; Tom Willett, Max Hernandez, and Mark Pazmino as Second Team; Connor Paul and Tyler Mills as Third Team; and Jack Smith received an Honorable Mention. Mohamed Sesay also received Colonial Valley Conference Forward of the Year. 
All State recognition for Boys’ Soccer was given to Mohamed Sesay for First Team; Jake Reyes as Second Team; and Honorable Mention to Peter Kent, Tom Willett, Max Hernandez, Mark Pazmino, and Jack Smith. 
For the Girls’ Soccer Team, Caitlin Douglass made All Colonial Valley Conference First Team, Mercer 33, and All State. Dakota Mills made Mercer 33 and All State; and Rebecca Cordo made All State.
The Coaches Association for Girls’ Field Hockey recognized Dorothy Von Ahnen for First Team, Miranda Kosmides for Second Team, and Nicole Kerr and Kelly Mankowich for Honorable Mention. The All Colonial Valley Conference Trentonian recognized Dorothy Von Ahnen and Miranda Kosmides for First Team; Kelly Mankowich and Ricky Geisler for Second Team. 


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