RFH TEAM SAILS TO REGATTA VICTORY

RFHsailingRFH sailing team members celebrating their NJISA Championship are from left, Teddy Schroeder, Addie Sellig, Charlotte List, Billy Perkins, Connor Swikart, and Evan Lenza.

Press release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School

The sailing team at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School was crowned champion at the 2014 New Jersey Interscholastic Sailing Association (NJISA) League State Championship Regatta on May 17.

The RFH team earned nine first-place finishes in sixteen races held at the Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht Club in Oceanport, besting the competition with 30 points overall.

The team was led by RFH senior skipper Connor Swikart and sophomore crew Teddy Schroeder in “A” division, and senior skipper Charlotte List and sophomore crew Addie Sellig in “B” division. Additional team members contributing to the day’s success were seniors Evan Lenza, Tommy Lyons, and Billy Perkins, and sophomore Michael Munger.

Eleven teams competed in Monmouth University’s fleet of FJ Class sailboats in the event, which was sponsored by the University and the Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht Club.

Runners-up in the Regatta were second-place winner Christian Brothers Academy with 44 points, and third-place finisher Shore Regional High School with 61 points.

RFH LACROSSE EARNS FIFTH TITLE

lacrossePress release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School

The Boys Lacrosse team at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School won its fourth consecutive Shore Conference Tournament title, a feat that gives the squad a record-setting total of five SCT championships.

As the tournament’s top-seeded team, they defeated number two seed Southern with a score of 17-10 on May 13 at Monmouth University.

No other team has won as many championships during the 10-year history of the SCT. The RFH Bulldogs also own the greatest number of consecutive SCT championship wins.

High-scoring seniors included midfielder Chris Hubler (four goals, one assist), midfielder Chris Sutphen (three goals), attackman Dominic Padula (three goals, one assist), and attackman Colin Shea (two goals, two assists). RFH senior goalie Bryce Metzger made ten saves.

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