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SKIP HARRIS/Special to The Sun
The Golden Eagles of Seneca
High School soared at the Hall of
Fame Relays held at Maple
Shade High School over the April
5 weekend. Seneca won both the
shuttle hurdle relay and the dis-
tance medley relay. The Golden
Eagles also placed second in the
sprint medley and third in the
high jump relay. Teammates pic-
tured, clockwise from above, are:
Moriah Webb, Jess Packard,
Daniella Packard and Alexia Fo-
tiou. For pictures of the boys’
track team, please see page 9.
By NICK COHEN
The Sun
The Golden Eagle girls’ track
team of Seneca High School is off
to a fast start. The Golden Eagles
are soaring over early season hur-
dles. Seneca is looking to track
down its competitors and field a
winning season.
Use whatever cliché you’d like,
the point is, the girls track team
of Seneca High School is poised
for a big season after returning a
number of contributors from last
season and welcoming a few
promising newcomers.
“We have a lot of new girls who
have shown potential in the hur-
dles, and I am anxious to see
where this takes us this year and
years to follow,” head coach
Laura Heenan said.
Heenan is in her third year at
the helm for the Golden Eagles,
compiling a 7-1 career record in
divisional dual meets.
Seneca graduated three
starters from a season ago who
are now competing at the colle-
giate level – Katie Grovatt at Bay-
lor University, Paige Macaukey at
Virginia Tech and Brynn Mac-
Dougall at Roanoke College. De-
Golden Eagles on track for successful season
Girls’ track brings
back strong
team for spring
please see FIVE, page 7
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Registration underway
for golf fundraiser
The Indian Mills Home and
School Association will hold its
annual golf outing on Monday,
April 28 at the Little Mill Country
Club in Marlton. All proceeds are
donated to the Shamong schools
as well as the community.
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with lunch following at 11:30 a.m.
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awards ceremony and silent auc-
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foursome. For registration and
additional information contact
Karen Sheairs at (609) 501-1215 or
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Kathryn Gigantiello of Sha-
mong has been selected to play a
member of the female chorus for
the University of Mary Washing-
ton production of “Lysistrata.”
Gigantiello is the daughter of
Kathy and Joe and is a 2010 grad-
uate of Seneca High School. A
senior theater major, Gigantiello
is a member of the dance team
and the performing arts club. She
previously appeared in UMW's
productions of “The Women of
Lockerbie,” “Talking With,” “The
Tempest” and “The Miss Fire-
cracker Contest.”
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Connor of Tabernacle.
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Cody Cassise of Seneca High School carries on a
volley in a match against A.J. Goldstein of Lenape
High School on April 8. Cassise won his match 6-
3, 6-3, but ultimately the Golden Eagles fell, 4-1.
Lenape bests Seneca, 4-1
By NICK COHEN
The Sun
The use of social media recent-
ly added more tension to the al-
ready stressed negotiations be-
tween the Shamong Township
Board of Education and the Sha-
mong Township Education Asso-
ciation.
At the board’s monthly meet-
ing, STEA president Karen
Clementi read a statement charg-
ing board member Greg
Vitagliano, a negotiator in the
contract talks between the board
and teachers union, with posting
“disparaging references to the
staff ” on Facebook.
While most of Vitagliano’s
Facebook posts were about bully-
ing, one post that remained read,
“Educators have the kids scared
to death to fight back.” The other
posts have since been deleted
from Facebook.
In her statement, Clementi said
she had brought the Facebook
posts to school Superintendent
Christine Vespe and had been
told the school board’s attorney
was handling the issue.
“This is of little comfort to
those of us who work for the
board of education and are en-
trusted with protecting students
every day,” Clementi said.
In addition to calling for
Vitagliano’s resignation, Clemen-
ti’s statement also asked the
board to censure him.
Many of the parents in atten-
dance at the meeting expressed
that the only side they support is
the one with a solution to the on-
going negotiations.
Tricia Carter, a mother of
three children in the school sys-
tem, said she appreciated both
sides’ arguments, but at the same
time wants an end in sight.
“It’s not good for the kids when
good teachers pull back on the ex-
tras,” Carter said, referring to the
many unpaid tasks the teachers
had performed until recently. “I
want the kids to go to Camp Ock-
anickon and take other field
trips.”
Diane Tallaksen, a former
school board member for six
years, including president for five
years, spoke in support of the
teachers. A frequent speaker at
meetings, Tallaksen said she had
“no confidence in the board” and
that Vitagliano “should resign.”
She said she is unhappy with
the legal costs the board is accu-
mulating, saying they were being
billed $250 an hour, and she feels
board meetings have been “chaot-
ic.”
Vitagliano has expressed vehe-
mently that he will not resign.
In other news:
• The Shamong Township
Board of Education meeting that
was scheduled for Tuesday, April
15 was cancelled. The meeting
has been rescheduled for April 29
at 7 p.m. in the Indian Mills Me-
morial School cafeteria. Before
the regularly scheduled meeting,
the board will hold its annual
public hearing on the budget at
6:30 p.m. Official action will be
taken.
• With winter weather alleged-
ly in the rear view mirror, the last
day of school for students is
scheduled for Wednesday, June
25. If you were not keeping track,
the district had 10 delayed open-
ings this year, one early dismissal
and six snow days.
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Here are a few for you to ponder:
• Five: How many of Atlantic City’s
11 casinos lost money on an operating
basis for the first nine months of the
fiscal year, through September
• One: How many Atlantic City casi-
nos went out of business this year –
the Atlantic Club – plus one more –
Revel – which is up for sale following
bankruptcy
• $10.3 million: The amount of rev-
enue from online wagering in New
Jersey in February, on pace for $123.6
million for the year, well short of Gov.
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• $12 million: The estimated tax rev-
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pared to the forecast of $160 million
• $235 million: The amount of gam-
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shutdown due to Hurricane Sandy
• 39: The number of states that offer
casino gambling, compared to two in
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• 2 million: The number of visitors
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ing areas last year, compared to 14 mil-
lion not long ago
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nationwide. Even in Las Vegas, the
gambling capital of the world, gam-
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billion last year.
New casinos in that Nevada city are
focusing on other luxurious offerings
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spas and entertainment.
Over the last few years, Atlantic
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least, that more needs to be done to
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spite the losses, Heenan still
fields a deep roster comprised of
both seniors and underclassmen.
“Two of our main strengths
have always been our 4x400 and
4x800 relays. However, this year,
we have a lot of new girls to the
sport and spread across all event
areas so it is hard to tell. This sea-
son, I would like to establish a
competitive shuttle hurdle team
early on,” Heenan said.
The goal of a successful hurdle
team was met early in the season.
At the Hall of Fame Relays held at
Maple Shade High School the
weekend of April 6, the Golden
Eagles won the shuttle hurdle
races and the distance medley
relay. Seneca’s presence was felt
in a number of other events as
well.
“We also placed second in the
sprint medley and third in the
high jump relay. The first-place
medalists included four first-year
runners, freshmen Alexia Fotiou,
Kayla Martin and Sabrina Helvie
as well as sophomore Danielle
Packard,” Heenan said.
The Golden Eagles return five
letter winners from a season ago
in senior hurdler and sprinter
Moriah Webb, senior distance
runner Mara Schiffauer, senior
jumper Jess Packard, junior
thrower Kayln Bryan and sopho-
more middle distance runner
Joey Webb. Both Kayla Martin
and Kayla Johnson are first-year
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Indian Mills Historical Society
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Storytime: Ages 7-12. 3:30 p.m.
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SKIP HARRIS/Special to The Sun
Members of the Seneca Golden
Eagles boys’ track team compete
in the shuttle hurdle event as
part of the Hall of Fame Relays
held at Maple Shade High School
over the weekend of April 5. The
Golden Eagles took first place in
the event. Teammates pictured,
clockwise from above, are: Larry
Anderson, Samuel Jordan, Roo-
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Golden Eagles flying high in boys’ track
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2 BR, 2.5 BA
townhouse in desirable
Medford Mews with
newer appliances
including refrigerator,
oven and washer. There
are vaulted ceilings &
windows galore fitted
with Hunter Douglas
window treatments
which offer a light and
airy feel. This is a well
kept home just waiting
for the new owner to
move right in.
164 Greenbrook Dr., Marlton
$250,000
3 BR, 2 Bath
beautifully updated
home with vaulted
ceilings, updated
kitchen w/granite
counters & new
appliances, gor-
geous hardwood
floors & updated
baths. Come see it
today and move in
tomorrow.
4 Jennings Court
RECENTLY
SOLD HOMES
Sold: $324,000
Real estate tax: $7,484 / 2013
Approximate Square Footage: 2,582
This two-story colonial has four bedrooms
and two full and one half bathrooms. It
sits on more than an acre of land.
Features include updated kitchen with
new cabinets, fresh paint, new carpeting,
hardwood flooring and finished basement.
105 Holly Drive
Sold: $277,500
Real estate tax: $6,515 / 2013
Approximate Square Footage: 2,012
This two-story colonial has four bedrooms
and two full and one half bathrooms.
Features include hardwood flooring, new
ceramic tile in kitchen, family room wood-
burning fireplace, screened porch, in-
ground pool, fenced yard and new carpets.
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