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Congratulations to our Casey athletes on another successful season! As the days turned shorter, winter athletics kicked into high gear for a season which culminated with championships and athletes from numerous sports being awarded All Shore recognition.
It may not seem like spring outside quite yet, but it has officially sprung in Mrs. Kennedy's Environmental Science classroom, where students have been working together on a Capstone Project to design and build a sustainable hydroponic indoor garden.
Jim Daly was an ten-time letterman and three-year team captain in cross-country and track for Red Bank Catholic, setting the standard for excellence along the way.
The City of Burlington, VT recently recognized their Public Works Engineer Susan Molzon (RBC '08) for her successful work on design, construction and management of vital public infrastructure projects.
At the request of student leaders, Red Bank Catholic dedicated today's school day for our student body to stand in solidarity with the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and to share a day of prayer and reflection.
RBC senior Cate Scarabino has been nominated by guidance counselor Kelly O'Keefe-Howlett for the Monmouth County Guidance Director's Association Caring Award.
For the second consecutive year, a Red Bank Bank Catholic student has won the county level of the National Shakespeare Competition. Congratulations to senior Devlin Stark for taking first place Saturday in the county level of the competition sponsored by the English Speaking Union.
Natalie Cocchi Gorman was the dominant force on the team that set the standard for Caseys Girls Soccer for years to come. A four year varsity starter, Natalie helped lead the Caseys to the school's first ever Shore Conference Title in 1999 and again in 2001.
RBC Dance Program alumna Jennifer Bermeo ('08) fulfilled a dream she has had since she was sixteen and danced side by side with Justin Timberlake in the Pepsi Halftime Show of the 52nd Super Bowl.
John Mautner,the quintessential Casey, was a pioneer of the RBC Athletic Program. He was a member of the school's first wrestling team, serving as team captain his senior year, a member of the first school track & field team, and also of the first RBC cross country team.
Congratulations to the RBC Basketball team on their 59-54 win yesterday against CBA. They advance to the semi-finals in the NJSIAA South Jersey Non-Public A Tournament.
In recognition of Black History Month, RBC's Minority Leadership Society (MLS) held an event in the Broad Street Auditorium (BSA) to come together to honor African American leaders past and present.
Juniors in the RBC Dance Department participated in a ballet workshop last week taught by guest instructor Gabriel Chajnik, a master teacher and Julliard alumnus.
Congratulations to senior Kaitlyn Wood for being named a National Merit Finalist.
It was a great day for alumni on campus Saturday as we welcomed back RBC basketball players for the First Annual RBC Basketball Alumni Game in the morning, then hosted the RBC-CBA Founders Cup game later in the day.
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