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Randolph Girls Volleyball Ready For Rebound Season

RANDOLPH, NJ- Following a season that saw the Rams finish with a record of 5-18, the girls varsity volleyball team has a somewhat new look with lots of energy for 2022.“One of this season’s strengths will be player versatility,” said coach Sheri Data, who enters her 12th season coaching at Randolph – this being her 5th as head coach. “Many of the new girls can play multiple positions, and the veterans are eager to take on new roles. We are excited to witness the enthusiasm the new, y...

RANDOLPH, NJ- Following a season that saw the Rams finish with a record of 5-18, the girls varsity volleyball team has a somewhat new look with lots of energy for 2022.

“One of this season’s strengths will be player versatility,” said coach Sheri Data, who enters her 12th season coaching at Randolph – this being her 5th as head coach. “Many of the new girls can play multiple positions, and the veterans are eager to take on new roles. We are excited to witness the enthusiasm the new, younger varsity players will bring to the team.

Senior captains Moira Durkin (outside hitter) and Izzy DeNigris (middle blocker) will lead the team, while Dora Katsanos (setter) will serve as a captain as a junior.

Data described DeNegris as humble and extremely coachable, further stating, “She truly enjoys the game and makes it fun for everyone on the floor.”

As for Katsanos, Data called her a quiet leader who leads by example. “She pushes herself 100% on every play and always makes sure the logistics are taken care of. Her positivity truly energizes her peers and her coaches every day.”

Kiersten Tinio (defensive specialist), Nina Capriglione (outside hitter) and Chloe Spingarn (outside hitter) round out the seniors on the roster, while Samantha Einfeldt (libero), Olivia Berlin (middle blocker) and Megan Geuther (outside hitter) are the additional juniors for the Rams.

Sophomores Isabella Carreira (defensive specialist) and Caitlin Scuibba (opposite hitter) will join freshmen Anna Jankowska (setter/opposite hitter) and Jazmine Holder (setter/opposite hitter) on the squad for the 2022 season.

“I am looking forward to the versatility,” Coach Data said, “In addition to the chemistry on the team from the juniors that played on JV last season, they all played together and had such a tight chemistry.”

The Rams have progressed positively this preseason, as they played more scrimmages than usual, and Captain Moira Durkin ia excited with the level of play her team has shown thus far.

“We’ve been able to build on our mistakes from the past few games,” Durkin said, “Everyone is communicating which is helping us to become a better team.”

Data will be looking to Durkin to be driving force behind that communication.

“Moira is the voice of the team, she consistently seeks ways to make herself and the program better,” said Data. “Her experience and strong vocal leadership will be the cornerstone of our team chemistry.”

The versatility that Data mentioned will help provide the team with multiple setting and hitting options.

With regard to adjusting to different setters, Captain Isabella DeNigris said, “It’s been challenging at times because every setter is different,” she said.

Coach Data added, “It was a surprise having all the setting options. Coming into the season, we weren’t quite sure who the setter was going to be.”

Durkin also mentioned that all the setters have excellent hands, it is just important to know that different centers like to run different tempos.

This season looks to be very promising for the Randolph Rams volleyball team, and both Durkin and DeNigris are excited for building team chemistry and helping the group become good friends throughout the season.

While the team overall has gotten stronger as a result of their scrimmages, DeNigris has stood out lately with how efficient she has been.

“Her [DeNigris] sophomore season was the COVID year, she stepped in when we lost our starting middle blocker,” Data added, “Last year she was injured for part of the season, and she never really got her transition back. This is the Izzy we know and her connection with setter Dora [Katsanos] is something we did not expect to see this early on.”

“Already, we are adjusting better than we were last year, and the wins will come because of those adjustments,” Coach Data said. Randolph will open their regular season at home with a face-off with the division rival Morris Hills Scarlet Knights at 4pm on September 8th

Critics, candidates spar with Randolph BOE as new health curriculum is approved

Seven days before students return to class, the Randolph Board of Education approved a curriculum for the school year Tuesday featuring new state-mandated health-education standards that include elements of gender and sexuality some critics label as "age-inappropriate."The board also approved a new teacher contract and outlined changes parents and students can expect to see in the new school year, including new bus stops and routes due to the ongoing lack of available bus drivers.The embattled board has...

Seven days before students return to class, the Randolph Board of Education approved a curriculum for the school year Tuesday featuring new state-mandated health-education standards that include elements of gender and sexuality some critics label as "age-inappropriate."

The board also approved a new teacher contract and outlined changes parents and students can expect to see in the new school year, including new bus stops and routes due to the ongoing lack of available bus drivers.

The embattled board has faced withering public criticism since angering residents, Italian-Americans and others for removing holiday names from the school calendar in 2021 before reversing that decision. Further controversy followed a decision last spring to cut the Rosh Hashana holiday break from two days to one.

New sex education standards passed by the state Board of Education in 2020 go into effect this school year. They expand what students are taught about relationships, pregnancy and consent, but also include updates on the controversial topics of abortion and gender identity.

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Residents want to give feedback on curriculum

Tuesday, the board absorbed more criticism on a variety of issues, including the new curriculum. Most of the speakers during the public comment period took them to task for not making the curriculum public and soliciting feedback before the vote.

"While the teachers and the administration were working on the curriculum, we could have had several town halls and let parents express their worries," board candidate Debby Lissaur said. "Ideally, the board would ensure that parents could preview the curriculum before the board was taken."

Another candidate, Kelly Ann Arzberger, said "If there is not a presentation anywhere else in this meeting tonight, regarding the sex ed, I am personally feeling disrespected."

Superintendent stands firm

Superintendent Jennifer Fano said there would be no presentation about the curriculum, which she described as "a document for a teacher" with "guiding statements and guiding skills that students need to accomplish according to the state-mandated standards."

She added the district posted links through the district's online portal to show "the changes between the 2014 and 2020 standards back in March" and the board "used that feedback to create the document."

"The sex-education standards that seemed to have caused the most controversy are actually not taught until the spring in any of the grade levels," she added.

The curriculum will be shared online on Friday, Fano said. The school year begins August 31.

Debate over Superintendent's contract intensifies

Several speakers also spoke out against a notification received by residents that the board would consider a contract renewal for Fano at its meeting on Sept. 13, despite Fano's current contract running through 2024.

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Among them were four of the seven candidates for three seats on the board being vacated by incumbents Tammy MacKay, Jeanne Stifelman and Susan DeVito.

Candidate Todd Schleifstein said that under New Jersey law, the board has until February 2024 to inform Fano whether or not it wishes to renew her contract.

"So why are we addressing it some 18 months in advance?" he asked. "The current board and in particular the three outgoing members are acting in bad faith by trying to take this decision away from the boards that will be in place in 2023 and 2024."

"Why we are reviewing this when one-third of you are leaving?" candidate Layne Broyles asked. "You could have run again. You all chose not to. We appreciate your service. You're done now. You need to give the other seven candidates, whomever they may be that get elected, the opportunity to discuss this. They are the ones that are in charge going forward."

Fano said she could not comment on her own contract.

Some say concerns are just misinformation

Board member Michael Giordano categorized much of the board backlash as being generated by "10 individuals representing nine families" and through private social media groups that exclude district employees. He described some as "jackhammer parents" who are "uninterested in real dialogue unless they get exactly what they want."

"The information shared on the site is patently false," Business Administrator Stephen Frost said "A small group of residents are making up information and sharing it, purporting to have information the rest of the public does not have. "

"When misinformation is posted, you have to get in front of this information," Hope Powell commented. "So my question is straightforward. Why didn't the board release the new health curriculum draft to the community prior to the vote? it's going to be great. I know that. But so many in the community don't know that. They don't believe the board actually cares. I think that needs to be addressed."

Opening Day Event Held for Randolph Township Schools

RANDOLPH, NJ- All Randolph Township Schools' staff gathered today August 30 for Opening Day to celebrate the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. The event began with refreshments provided by Randolph Township Schools’ Parent Teacher Organizations, followed by an energizing performance by the Randolph High School Drumline. Randolph High School Senior Andrew Berkmeyer led the Star Spangled Banner and Superintendent Jennifer Fano provided a few opening remarks.“Your personal contributions to our school community have and ...

RANDOLPH, NJ- All Randolph Township Schools' staff gathered today August 30 for Opening Day to celebrate the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. The event began with refreshments provided by Randolph Township Schools’ Parent Teacher Organizations, followed by an energizing performance by the Randolph High School Drumline. Randolph High School Senior Andrew Berkmeyer led the Star Spangled Banner and Superintendent Jennifer Fano provided a few opening remarks.

“Your personal contributions to our school community have and continue to make a lasting impact in the lives of children every day. However, we often don’t take the time to reflect on the significance of the work we do. I believe this quote: “Engineers make bridges. Artists make paintings. Scientists make rockets. But teachers make them all,” reflects the magnitude of just how important education is to the world in which we live.

Given that we educate every child uniquely and individually, we often don’t think about the greater significance of the contributions we bring to society as educators. Whether we consciously think about it or not, educators are responsible for changing the very world we live in every single day.

To illustrate this point, the New York Times once reported that the average American knows about 600 people. With age, our interactions only continue to grow; with reports estimating that a single person can expect to meet over 10,000 people over the course of their lifetime. As technology and social media platforms continue to expand, the amount of people we will interact with will only undoubtedly increase.

What this means is that for every single life you influence, that individual will in turn influence the lives of hundreds if not thousands of other people.

In our small community of Randolph, our actions can and do affect millions. When we reflect upon this through this lens, every person in this room in one way or another is contributing to the success of people all over the world and from all walks of life.

This isn’t a small responsibility, and it’s something I hope we can be both proud of and motivated by as part of our daily work. Your contributions matter more than you will ever know, even if you don’t always see the outcome of your sacrifice and hard work,” Ms. Fano said.

The Randolph Education Association also recognized this year’s tenure recipients. Throughout the day, individual meetings and activities were held between teachers, support staff, supervisors, principals and vice principals. The district looks forward to welcoming students back to school for the start of another amazing year of learning.

Men’s Soccer Welcomes Brown and New Hampshire

PROVIDENCE R.I. – The Providence College men's soccer team is set to host Brown on Sept. 10 and New Hampshire on Sept. 13 on Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in Providence, R.I.VS. BROWN: LIVE STATS | ...

PROVIDENCE R.I. – The Providence College men's soccer team is set to host Brown on Sept. 10 and New Hampshire on Sept. 13 on Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in Providence, R.I.

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SCOUTING THE FRIARS… The Friars are looking to earn their second win of the season after defeating Siena (4-0) and tying Rhode Island (1-1) in their most recent games. Four Friars had goals in the Siena game including Gevork Diarbian (Cranston, R.I.), Brendan McSorley (Randolph, N.J.), Ramzi Qawasmy (Lansdale, Pa) and Thomas Tulgar (Bergenfield, N.J.). Lukas Burns (Cinnaminson, N.J.) also posted his second shutout of the season. Gevork Diarbian scored the lone goal for the Friars in the game against Rhode Island. Providence has a current record of 1-1-2 as they are set to close out their non-conference schedule next week.

FRIARS IN 2021…Providence finished the 2021 campaign with a 12-5-4 overall record, including a 5-2-3 mark in the BIG EAST Conference. The Friars qualified for their 20th BIG EAST Tournament, claiming the No. 2 seed and earning a bye into the semifinals. The Friars' postseason run continued in the NCAA Tournament for the 11th time in program history, as the squad advanced to the Third Round. FRIARS PICKED FIRST IN BIG EAST PRESEASON POLL… The BIG EAST Conference announced its 2022 Men's Soccer Preseason Coaches' Poll on Wednesday, Aug. 17. The Friars were picked to finish first in the BIG EAST with Ramzi Qawasmy, Luis Garcia and Gevork Diarbian earning selections for the Preseason All-BIG EAST Team. Qawasmy was also selected as a Preseason Co-Defensive Player of the Year. In addition, Qawasmy, Garcia and Diarbian landed spots on the United Soccer Coaches Players to Watch Lists for Defenders, Midfielders and Forwards, respectfully.

The Friars earned four All-BIG EAST selections in 2021. Ramzi Qawasmy earned All-BIG EAST First Team. Two Friars earned All-BIG EAST Second Team-senior Luis Garcia and junior Gevork Diarbian. Leading scorer, Brendan McSorley earned BIG EAST All-Tournament Team honors. All four Friars will be returning for the 2022 season.

NEWCOMERS…The Friars have added eight incoming freshmen and one transfer for the upcoming season. The freshmen include, Tomas Magnusson (Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland), Mario Vazquez Pina (A Coruna, Spain), Mitchel Varley (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), Jaden Perryman (Ports-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), Sam Montalto (Stonington, Conn.), Brian Lopez (Hialeah, Fla.), Landon Cartwright (Old Greenwich, Conn.), and Owen VanMarter (Hilton Head Island, S.C.). Graduate transfer Nick Benjamin (Stonington, Conn.) joins the Friars after four seasons with the University of Hartford.

Series History vs. Brown Last Meeting: (Providence, R.I.) – 2021 – Providence - 3, Brown - 0 All Time Series: 11-20-6

SCOUTING THE BEARS… The Bears began their 2022 campaign with a 0-1 record after a loss against Bryant. Coming off the 2-1 loss against the Bulldogs, the Bears will be looking to get into the win column against their cross-city rival Providence. The Bears have a few key returners including Owen Schwartz and Kojo Dadzie. Schwartz was a Second Team All-Ivy selection after posting three goals and one assist for seven points on the 2021 season. Dadzie finished the 2021 campaign with four goals and one assist for the Bears. He has also scored the lone goal for the Bears to start the 2022 season.

The Bears were picked sixth in the Ivy League Preseason Coaches' Poll after finishing in fifth place at the end of the 2021 season. Brown is under new leadership as Head Coach Chase Wileman begins his first year leading the team.

Series History vs. New Hampshire

Last meeting: 2021 – Providence – 1, New Hampshire – 2 All Time Series: 8-8-3

SCOUTING THE WILDCATS… New Hampshire has posted a 1-2-0 record to begin its 2022 campaign falling to nationally ranked #20 Maryland in their season opener. The Wildcats then fell to Boston University before shutting out VCU at home. New Hampshire will host Florida International at home before traveling to Providence, R.I. to take on the Friars.

The Wildcats concluded their 2021 season with a 17-2-2 record, finishing first in America East. They made it to the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament before getting knocked out by #1 Oregon State. New Hampshire was picked to finish first in the America East Preseason Coaches' Poll being led by four returners. Yannick Bright, Rory O'Driscoll, Jassem Koleilat and Tola Showunmi were named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List and each earned a series of honors at the conclusion of the 2021 season. Rory O'Driscoll has one of two goals for the Wildcats this season.

Up Next… The Friars are set to open BIG EAST play at Villanova on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 2:00 p.m. before returning home to face Seton Hall the following weekend on Saturday Sept. 24 at 7:00 p.m.

For more updates on the Providence men's soccer program, follow the team on Twitter @PCFriarsMSoccer.

- GO FRIARS! -

Randolph Athletic Hall of Fame 2022 Inductees and Ceremony

Back in 2014, the Randolph RAMS Athletic Council (“RAC”), established the Athletic Hall of Fame (“HOF”) to recognize the athletes, teams, coaches, families, and individuals who demonstrated school and athletic community support for Randolph High School.The Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee comprised of administrators, current and former coaches, former athletes and community members are extremely pleased to announce the 2022 Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees...

Back in 2014, the Randolph RAMS Athletic Council (“RAC”), established the Athletic Hall of Fame (“HOF”) to recognize the athletes, teams, coaches, families, and individuals who demonstrated school and athletic community support for Randolph High School.

The Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee comprised of administrators, current and former coaches, former athletes and community members are extremely pleased to announce the 2022 Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees:

Coaches:

Don Bostrom (Swimming) (1980-92); 8 Conference, County, and Sectional champions

Geriann Silvestri Rotando (Gymnastics and Spring Track) (1982-94); 9 Gymnastic championships

Boy Athlete:

Chris Tummey (Basketball) (1974-77); First RHS All-State player (1977); 11 varsity letters in four sports

Mark Dubinski (Baseball) (1975-78); All-State 1978

Victor Amada (Wrestling) (1977-80); 3rd in the State 1980; 3-time Team Point Average leader

Mack Flood (Winter Track) (1979-81); All-State in pole vault 1981

Don Soisson (Football) (1979-82); All-State 1982

Tom Lagatutta (Football) (1981-83); All-State 1983

Mike Stingone (Football) (1980-83); All-State 1983

John Hayes (Cross Country) (1981-84); First Team All-State 1983 and 1984

Greg Nardolillo (Football) (1981-84); All-State 1984

Patrick Marsh (Soccer) (1983-85); All State 1985

Paul Albrecht (Swimming) (1984-87); All State 1986 and 1987

Girl Athlete:

Molly Crampton (Soccer) (1982-85); All State 1984 and 1985

Cathy Smith (Soccer) (1982-85); All State 1984 and 1985

Linda Frustol (Soccer) (1982-85); All State 1985

Boys Team: 2003 Hockey; Randolph’s first Public School State Champions

Girls Team: 2000 Soccer; Group 4 State Champions

The induction ceremony which includes dinner and presentation will be held on Saturday, October 8th, 2022 starting at 5PM at Randolph High School. Randolph community members are invted to join the celebration for a nominal fee to support the event.

The Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is also reaching out to our local businesses with a unique opportunity to support this event and our rich history of athletic accomplishments which has over 200 local and visiting family and friends of the Randolph athletic community.

For further details, please feel free to email Ron Standridge, at [email protected], Larry McMillan at [email protected], or Rich Pilla at [email protected].

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