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Two athletes receive GMC Sportsmanship Award

William Kennedy puts his arm around Coach Matthew Donaghue while Coach Robert Weiss and athletic director Daniel DiMino stand alongside Melissa Neglio at the GMC Sportsmanship Award Banquet.

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ROTC trains to be the best

The ROTC Unarmed Inspection group performs in competition at Bridgeton High School.

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Boy’s tennis serves the competition

Junior Matthew Quizon begins his forehand swing to strike and return the oncoming ball.

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Seniors cruise through the night

Rayaa Aminu, Mailyn Battle, Damiola Borishade, Nyla Carey, Humphrey Boadi, Wendy Bortier, and Majee group together to take a quick picture.

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Relay for Life raises money to fund cancer research

OBHS students are rising to the challenge and joining the fight against cancer by participating in tomorrow’s Relay for Life Event.

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Cheerleaders prep for success

Head Cheerleading Coach Christine Cotugno leads a stretch talks to a group of the students at one of the open cheer events.

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Girls’ spring track succeeds at Penn and GMC Relays

Senior Victoria Lobrow and junior Julia Garron lead the pack in a one mile race in a meet against South Brunswick.

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Scrambling for eggs in courtyard

Ashley Marie Tecarro-Steward and Khushi Parekh smile as they find an egg hidden in a tree.

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Undefeated Lax Division Champs shoot for GMC Championship

Junior defender Gretchen Polst looks to clear the ball as she cuts across the field in front of Ciera Pelliciotta.

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Kavya Venkatesan receives Distinguished Student award

Kavya Venkatesan, NJ Association for Gifted Children’s 2022 Distinguished Student of the Year, smiles for her close up.

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Lollipop Shop Back and Ready for Business

Maxwell Medeiros wraps chocolate covered Oreos in cellophane to prepare them for sale.

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Muslim students celebrate Ramadan

Sundeep Singh, Abuzar Ali, Nabiha Nizam, Rida Khan, and Momin Meer pose for a phot at the MSA’s Iftar dinner.

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Wizards work their magic at SEPTA fundraiser

Victoria Failla, Lillian Adelfio, Kyle Bassit, William Kennedy, Kyle Janks, and Alex Percheski from the Play Unified team line up at half court after being introduced.

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Candles for Ukraine

Iryna Yakymets and Julia Sadovska set up the jars and wait for the melted yellow wax to dry before adding the other layers and preparing the candles for sale.

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Students Celebrate Neurodiversity

Senior Riley O’Regan sports her tie-dye track and field championship sweatshirt in support of inclusion.

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Softball team rolls to 10-1 and top of the conference

Brittany Campbell, Zoe Milonopoulos, Alyssa Santiago, and Ava Pullano meet in the pitcher’s circle to support Kasey Loughlin, the team’s dominant pitcher, after she gave up a rare big hit against Woodbridge.

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Volleyball team starts season strong

Captain Robert Obdyke, who leads the team with 87 digs, bumps the ball forward against the Hawks.

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The Teachers & ESP of the year are…

Nicole Engebos, Angelina Weber, Danielle Toth, and Anahita Keiller pose around Carolyn Hauser and her Teacher of the Year sign.

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Post honored as Wrestling Coach of the Year

Coach Post displays his typical energy as he directs and cheers on one of his wrestlers during a match.

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Seniors go Medieval

Makenna Heslin, Amanda Tropea, and Lauren Rosenberg watch the jousting tournament in excitement.

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Boys Lacrosse raises funds for Mechkowski Family

Senior Vincent Tozzi plays defense against sophomore Matthew Ghimiray as junior Kyle Janks guards the goal during pre-game warm-ups.

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Program provides free dresses and accessories

Dresses galore fill the room for every student to get the chance to find her dream dress.

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FBLA wins big at State Conference

The entire group of 34 FBLA members who qualified for the State Leadership Conference in Atlantic City pose for a photograph.

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Cultural Formal Showcases Diversity

Vice Principal Sally Fazio, Madam Harpreet Malhi, Mrs. Magnolia Kortland, Ashley Chan, Farhana Momo, and Rumaisa Rehman gather to pose for a picture in their cultural attire.

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Indoor Percussion Sweeps the Competition

Sophomores Matteo Szeto and James Arabia and freshmen Aaron Hernandez practice their routine with their drums and other props.

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See OB Take on the Wizards!

Old Bridge staff, parents, and volunteers will host the famous Harlem Wizards at 4pm on Sunday, April 3. Tickets can still be purchased for the event, which will feature many OBHS students and staff members.

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Girls Lacrosse team works to repeat success

Joey Grotkopf shields the goal as an opponent cuts through the defense to try and score.

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Baseball team sets high expectations for upcoming season

Junior Thomas Papeo turns to make the throw to first as a player slides in to second base in a scrimmage against Spotswood.

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The key to helping the environment

Ashley Sales puts a plastic bag in the donation bin in the Main Campus reception area for the NexTrex soft plastic recycling event.

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Boys Volleyball team seeks 4th straight GMC and State Titles

Jeremy Smith and Blake Krapf work together to block a shot in a match against the Piscataway Chiefs last season.

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Freshmen take over Shawnee Mountain

The entire group of freshmen who attended the trip pose for a picture in front of the Shawnee Mountain facilities.

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