Junior cheerleaders become World Champions

BY KAILEY SIEGEL Social Media Director             On April 21-24 juniors Julia Siciliano, Kennedy Rhodes, Kali Malko, and Julia D’Andrea got the honor of participating in a three-day cheerleading competition known as Worlds, which features over 500 teams from across the country. The biggest all-star cheerleading gyms in the state like, World Cup and NJContinue reading “Junior cheerleaders become World Champions”

Indoor Percussion takes on the World

BY SAISHA DAVE              Indoor Percussion’s successful and impressive 2022-2023 season has come to an end. Old Bridge’s team finished in first place at the Mid Atlantic Percussion Society Scholastic World Championship competition held on April 15 with a final score of 89.75 and reached the semifinals of the Winter Guard International Competition on April 19-24.   Continue reading “Indoor Percussion takes on the World”

Golf teams swing for improvement

BY OLUWATOMI KOMOLAFE             This season, the boys golf team won five matches after not winning a match since 2019. The girls golf team had their first winning season since 2019 with a 5–4 record.               This year featured the return of seasoned veterans and new players of various classes and levels of experience. TheContinue reading “Golf teams swing for improvement”

Seniors win in return of BOTC

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER  Editor At-Large              On May 17, all four grades, Famous Freshman, Saddle up Sophomores, Jailbreak Juniors, and Secret Service Seniors, competed in the Battle of the Classes. The return of the traditionally annual event for the first time since 2019 took place from 6-9 pm, making it an evening event for theContinue reading “Seniors win in return of BOTC”

Celebrating AAPI Month through Cultural Fair

BY KAMISHKA GROVER              On Wednesday, May 17, members of the Chinese Honors Society, Asian American Club, Chinese Club, and other attendees gathered in the main building cafeteria to celebrate and recognize Asian and Pacific Islander heritage.               These clubs worked diligently to provide authentic foods from their culture, display cultural items, such as jewelry,Continue reading “Celebrating AAPI Month through Cultural Fair”

Ramadan Iftaar unites Muslim community

BY OLIVIA VAN DEURSEN             The Old Bridge High School and Sayreville High School Muslim Student Associations hosted a Ramadan Iftaar event on April 13 in the OBHS Main Cafeteria. Students celebrated developing their relationship with God and reflecting on themselves and their habits. Food and activities provided nourishment and entertainment for students at theContinue reading “Ramadan Iftaar unites Muslim community”

AHS connects with Carpenter club

Natalie Goldberg Clubs Editor              The Animal Humane Society brought pet lovers by taking a trip to M Scott Carpenter Elementary School. The club members who participated in the trip worked with members of the elementary school’s Animal Club on April 28.              AHS members spoke to third graders about the importance of animal safety.Continue reading “AHS connects with Carpenter club”

From Nimes to New Jersey

BY ABIGAIL PERSAUD              Students from Nimes, France visited Old Bridge High School recently to experience life in America as part of the Foreign Exchange Program.               The students got to see the differences in small everyday activities and learn about each others’ lives. “Even driving to school was fun because my student wouldContinue reading “From Nimes to New Jersey”

Boys tennis takes on GMCs

BY RITEE KARMACHARYA              The boys tennis team finished 5-12 overall while playing in the highly competitive GMC Red Division. Regardless of the tough competition this year, the young team has battled to find victories whenever they could behind their veteran leaders. The players’ hard work paid off when both doubles teams reached the GMCContinue reading “Boys tennis takes on GMCs”

Veteran goalie and young talent step up

BY GABRIELLA MALANGA AND FRANK PAPEO  Assistant Sports Editors              This season, the boys lacrosse team is loaded with talented underclassmen. The team won four of its last five games in blowouts to bring their regular season record to 6-8 and enter the post-season on a hot streak. The boys have also achieved significant accomplishments alongContinue reading “Veteran goalie and young talent step up”