The girls varsity basketball team finished another outstanding season with a 21-4 record that included their first league championship since 2012. Junior center Madison Wynbeek averaged 23 points, 10 rebounds, 3 blocks and 3 steals per game and was considered by many to be the best player in both the league and county. Other significant contributions came from Senior captain Hanna Faber who averaged 8 points (including 47 three-pointers) and 3 assists per game and Sophomore forward Naomi Engelhard, whose steady improvement and 10 rebounds per game provided a spark for the championship run.
The Eagles winter track team had another fine showing at the NJIC Championship Meet led by junior Emily Byrnes who won the 800m and anchored the 4 x 400 relay that included seniors Katie Hefty and Eliana Gregory and sophomore Grace Kellogg. Katie and Grace also took 4th in the long jump and pole vault, respectively. Senior Nico Cortes finished 2nd in the pole vault for our boys. At the County Championships Katie Hefty finished 2nd in the 55m sprint, Nico Cortes 2nd in pole vault, and Emily Byrnes 4th in the 800m run.
The winter season also saw another strong performance junior bowler Rylan De Waal Malefyt who rolled a 266 in the county tournament, had a 629 series vs Hawthorne and finished the season with a 178 average.
2nd team: Katie Hefty, Nico Cortes
Honorable Mention: Emily Byrnes, Bri Veenstra, Lex Lugo, David De Vries
1st: Madison Wynbeek
Honorable Mention: Hanna Faber, Naomi Engelhard
1st: Madison Wynbeek, Hanna Faber
2nd: Naomi Engelhard, Tori Holmes
Honorable Mention: Greta Botbyl
Division Coach of the Year: Barry Veenstra
Honorable Mention: Jared Post, Benjamin Parker
1st: Benjamin Parker
Honorable Mention: Jared Post
Honorable Mention: Rylan de Waal Malefyt, Alan Mao
1st: Rylan de Waal Malefyt
Honorable Mention: Alan Mao