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MAY 11–17, 2016

Voorhees parents
learn danger of drugs
from former addict
Michael DeLeon, who served 12 years in prison
before becoming a counselor, spoke to more than
120 parents and children about drug prevention
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun

MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun

Eastern Regional High School softball seniors Maddie Morano and Emily Serata both earned their
100th career hits in a span of 10 days. Morano got her 100th career hit on April 25 against Cherry
Hill High School East, and Serata got hers on May 4 against Cherry Hill High School West.

Duo reaches 100-hit milestone
Eastern softball teammates Maddie Morano and Emily Serata
both get 100th career hits for Eastern softball in span of 10 days
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Eastern Regional High School
seniors Maddie Morano and
Emily Serata have done a lot together on the softball field.

Both are four-year varsity
players. They hit next to each
other in the batting order, with
Morano hitting second and Serata third. They also play next to
each other in the outfield, with
Morano manning center field

and Serata playing in right field.
So it was only fitting the two
would reach the same softball
milestone in a span of 10 days.
Morano recorded her 100th caplease see PAIR, page 15

Voorhees parents got a lesson
in drug abuse from someone
who’s experienced it firsthand
when former addict, ex-convict
and now drug counselor Michael
DeLeon spoke at Voorhees Middle
School last week.
DeLeon, who served 12 years in
the state prison system and another two years in a halfway
house before becoming a drug
counselor, spoke to more than 120
parents and their children about
the dangers of drug abuse and
how parents can prevent their
children from falling to addiction.
The presentation was billed as
a parent academy as part of
DeLeon’s non-profit “Steered
Straight” juvenile delinquency
intervention and prevention program.
First and foremost, DeLeon
stressed to his audience that the
opioid overdose situation in the
United States has reached “epidemic” levels, as described by the

Centers for Disease Control. He
said he wanted Voorhees residents to realize the communities
being affected today were suburban areas such as Voorhees in the
middle class, upper middle class
and affluent areas of the country.
“Over our lifetime, we think
we’re more immune to these
problems than cities like Camden, Bayonne, Patterson, Jersey
City, Newark, and we’re not,”
DeLeon said.
To prove his point, DeLeon described a documentary project he
created after becoming a counselor where he went into Camden
and interviewed 137 kids over 11
months about their drug abuse.
According to DeLeon, not one
of the kids he interviewed on the
street actually lived in Camden,
rather they were from places
such as Cherry Hill, Runnemede
or Mullica Hill. DeLeon said he
even found a young woman from
Cherry Hill who eventually graduated to shooting heroin after

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Mayor’s Message
Relay for Life Cherry HillVoorhees is May 21. PAGE 6

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 16–19
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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Kennedy Health hosts
events for public
Kennedy Health is hosting several events for the public in May.
On May 11 and May 18
,Kennedy will be hosting a wellness series aimed at helping participants make the most out of
this beautiful time of year.
Held from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the
Kennedy Center at Voorhees, 1099
White Horse Road, the events will
be
moderated
by
Mind/Body/Spirit
Consultant
Jen Cooley Fleisher, BS.
On May 11 will be the
“Spring Scents” event where participants will learn about aromatherapy for creating a stressfree spring.
Participants can discover aromatherapy during this class,
which focuses on relaxing and energizing scents to help kick off
spring into summer.
Topics covered include: the
use, the health benefits and

unique ways to incorporate essential oils into your life. Each
student will leave with a sample
they create.
On May 18 will be the “Seeing
the Bright Side of Things” event
where attendees will learn how
small changes can make a huge
impact
Participants will learn how to
get the most out of this time of
year by refocusing on ways to remain relaxed and present in the
moment. They will explore gratefulness, curiosity and meditation,
along with many other creative
ideas as tools that will help their
achieve a sense of fun and peacefulness.
Those interested can register
online for the entire series, or individual classes, at www.kennedyhealth.org or call 1 (800) 547-9007
and select Option No. 3. Cost is
$15 per class.

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VTC to host
auditions
on May 22
On Sunday, May 22, the
Voorhees Theatre Company will
hold auditions for its young adult
show, “The 25th Annual Putnam
County Spelling Bee” from 1-5
p.m. at Osage Elementary School,
112 Somerdale Road.
Auditions are open to performers entering ninth grade to 22
years of age.
Performers are asked to come
prepared to sing 16 bars of a
Broadway style song and dressed
to dance.
The audition fee is $25 payable
by cash or check.
For more information, visit the
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lacrosse
score
The following Eastern Regional High School girls’ lacrosse
score was submitted by Cherokee
High School varsity head coach
Sarah Wood.
Cherokee defeated Eastern, 11-6,
on April 30
Jenna Carnial scored twice for
the Vikings in the loss. Savannah
Slack, Amanda Farnsworth,
Alexis Pettisani and Jessica
Kinser also scored. Gab Bodine
led the Chiefs with five goals.

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in our opinion

Push back school start times

108 Kings Highway East
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Kids need their rest, and pushing school start times to 8:30 a.m. would help
Dan McDonough Jr.

ast week, state education officials held two hearings to discuss the potential of moving
middle and high school start times to
later in the day. Proponents of the
measure say kids need their sleep, and
delaying the opening of schools will
help in that regard.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended students start
class no earlier than 8:30 a.m., which is
why the Legislature passed a measure
last year to study the feasibility of
changing the state’s laws. Reports indicate that 85 percent of New Jersey’s
schools start before 8:30 a.m.
Doctors typically recommend teens
get eight to nine hours of sleep per
night. Most teens aren’t getting that
much sleep.
The easy and obvious solution

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Your thoughts
What are your thoughts on pushing the
start time for middle schools and high
schools throughout our state to 8:30
a.m.? Let your voice be heard through a
letter to the editor.

would be for teens to go to bed earlier.
But is that realistic?
If classes start at 7:30 a.m., for example, teens would have to wake up about
an hour earlier, at 6:30 a.m., to allow for
the typical morning routine and travel
to school. To get the recommended
nine hours of sleep, this same teen
would have to shut his or her eyes by
9:30 p.m.
Yeah, right.
Adolescents naturally go to bed later
as they grow older; their hormones

keep them up and active at later hours.
In addition, weekday school activities –
such as sports, theater and other
clubs – take up more of their time immediately after school ends and also at
night, making it even harder for early
bedtimes to occur.
So is it really fair that as the day
grows longer for teens, we ask them to
wake up and be ready at the same time
as when they were in elementary
school and could easily be in bed earlier?
We don’t think it’s fair – or healthy,
for that matter.
We believe our state’s education officials should follow the recommendations of the AAP and push school start
times to 8:30 a.m. for middle schools
and high schools throughout New Jersey.

Second Relay for Life of Cherry Hill-Voorhees May 21
Voorhees Township is again proud to be
joining our friends in Cherry Hill for the
second Relay for Life of Cherry HillVoorhees on Saturday, May 21 from 2 p.m.
to 11 p.m. at Beck Middle School, 950 Cropwell Road in Cherry Hill. Last year’s event
raised more than $67,000.
The mission of Relay for Life and the
American Cancer Society is to save lives
and create a world with more birthdays by
helping people get well, helping people stay
well, finding cures and fighting back. More
than 12 million cancer survivors in America and countless others who have avoided
cancer will celebrate a birthday this year,
thanks in part to progress the American
Cancer Society is making.
While the society has made great strides
with the cancer death rate rapidly declining over the last 20 years, there is still
much work to be done. In fact, right here in
South Jersey, 208 people in the region or 54

people in Camden
County are diagnosed with cancer
each week. In 2016,
almost 11,000 people in South Jersey
and 2,800 in Camden County will
hear the daunting
words “You have
cancer.”
As the official
sponsor of birthdays, the society
knows how imporMichael
tant every birthday can be. With
Mignogna
your help, the society is deter- MAYOR’S MESSAGE
mined to find a
cure and make this cancer’s last century.
With Relay for Life, you can help finish the

fight.
Started in 1985, Relay for Life began with
one man who circled around a track for 24
hours, raising $27,000. This year, Relay for
Life has grown to more than 5,000 communities and more than 25 countries worldwide.
Relay for Life is a community event
where teams of families, friends and
neighbors circle a track to celebrate cancer
survivors, remember those lost to cancer
and join together as a community to fight
back. The event kicks off with the Survivor Lap to celebrate and honor our survivors. At dusk is the Luminaria Ceremony, where hundreds of white bags are illuminated by candlelight to honor those who
have won the battle against cancer or remember those who are no longer with us.
Along with ceremonies, there is food,
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Tim Ronaldson

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scores
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The following Eastern Regional High School softball scores
were submitted by varsity head
coach Laura Paquette.
Eastern defeated Cherokee, 7-2,
on May 2
Raeyln D’Onofrio was 3-for-3
with two singles, a home run and
four RBIs for Eastern. Emily Serata was 1-for-3 with two RBIs.
Rachel Waro allowed just two hits
and one walk in four innings
pitching for Eastern.
Eastern defeated Cherry Hill
West, 14-4, in six innings on May 4
Emily Serata earned her 100th
career hit after going 3-for-4 with
three RBIs for Eastern. Maddie
Morano and Rachel Wood each
added two hits for the Vikings.
Raelyn D’Onofrio hit a home run.

baseball
score
The following Eastern Regional High School baseball score was
submitted by Cherokee High
School varsity head coach Marc
Petragnani.
Eastern defeated Cherokee, 2-1,
on May 2
Ron Silvestro and Jack Herman each doubled for Eastern in
the win. Dan Beebe threw a complete game on the mound, striking out 11 Cherokee batters. Eastern won the game on a basesloaded walk in the bottom of the
seventh inning with two outs.

golf score
The following Eastern Regional High School golf score was submitted by varsity head coach
Joseph Murphy.
Eastern defeated Cherry Hill
West, 168-170, on May 4 at Valleybrook Country Club.
Eastern: Rahil Patel, 39; Joel
Hark, 42; Justin Choi, 43; Eric Lippincott, 44; Jaymin Kang, 48;
Aryaman Shanigaram, 49.

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WEDNESDAY MAY 11
Baby Start Story Time: Ages 13-17
months. 10:30 a.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Stories, songs, movements
and finger plays! Short stay and
play afterward. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Lapsit Baby Story Time: Ages 6-12
months. 11:30 a.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Crawl on in for stories,
songs, bounces and rhymes.
Short stay and play afterward.
Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Kennedy Eldermed Knitting and
Crochet Group: Seniors. 12 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Knitters and crocheters gather to work on projects for charity. More information
at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Crochet and Knit Program: Adult. 4
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Crocheters and
knitters gather to work on projects. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.

CALENDAR
Breath, Water, Sound Yoga: Adult.
6:15 p.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road.
Learn simple yet profoundly
effective tools to let go of emotional, mental and physical stress
easily from your system. David
uses a multifaceted yogic
approach involving breath, water,
sound, humor, postures, knowledge and group dynamics to
access more energy and relaxation. No prior experience needed and very gentle.
Boy Scout Troop No. 48 meeting:
Behind Holy Communion Lutheran Church, Route 73. Boys ages
10 to 18. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Questions,
visit www.troop48berlin.org.
Kresson Bible Church Prayer and
Bible Study: 7 to 8 p.m. 329
Kresson-Gibbsboro
Road,
Voorhees.
Exercise Class for Active Seniors:
8:30 to 10 a.m. every Wednesday.
Led by Fox Rehabilitation exercise physiologist at Fox Rehabilitation, 7 Carnegie Plaza, Cherry
Hill. Call (877) 407-3422, ext.
5795 for more information and to
register.

THURSDAY MAY 12
Movie Matinee: Adult. 1:30 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road.
Next Chapter Book Club: Adult. 7
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Adults and older teens with intellectual or
developmental disabilities meet
weekly to read and talk about
books in a casual, enjoyable
group. More information at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Writing Group: Adult. 7 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. This is for writers of
all levels and genres. Join for discussion, critique and inspiration.
New members are welcome.
Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club:
7:15 a.m. at Short Hills Deli &
Restaurant, 486 East Evesham
Road, No. 103, Cherry Hill. For
more
information,
visit
www.voorheesbreakfastrotary.or
g.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 to 11
a.m. at Hope United Church, 700
Cooper Road. Call 609-239-0022

or visit www.southjerseyoa.org.
Body After Baby: 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. at
1011 Main Street Promenade. Use
a combination of pilates and yoga
to strengthen, increase flexibility
and tighten. Cost is $60 for six
weeks. Registration required. For
more
information,
visit
www.events.cooperhealth.org.
Voorhees Central Chapter of BNI
Breakfast: 7 a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main St. BNI is a business and professional referral
organization. For more information, visit www.bnidvr.com.
BNI Marlton Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow
your business. Call Ray for details
at (609) 760-0624.

FRIDAY MAY 13
Tumblin' Tots: Ages 2 1/4 to 4. 10:30
a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Tumblin' Tots' "Adventures

MAY 11–17, 2016
in Exercise" makes fitness fun for
children. Please register for one
session per day. More information at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Senior Card Group: Seniors. 12:45
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Seniors meet,
weekly, to play various card
games.
Gaming Fridays: Grades six-12. 3
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Drop by The
Corner Wii fun. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Coffee with Voorhees Committeeman Mike Friedman: 8 a.m. at
Short Hills Restaurant and Deli,
486 Evesham Road. A chance for
residents to discuss township and
government issues with their committeeman. All are welcome.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service at 6 p.m. based on traditional liturgy and infused with
spirit by upbeat melodies and
camaraderie. 8000 Main St.,
Voorhees.

please see CALENDAR, page 9

MAY 11–17, 2016 – THE VOORHEES SUN 9

CALENDAR
CALENDAR
Continued from page 8
Hands & Foot Card Game for Senior Citizens: 1:30 p.m. in room A
or C on the third floor, Voorhees
Branch Library, 203 Laurel Road.
Questions, call Jeanne McCabe at
(856) 784-4676.

SATURDAY MAY 14
Babies' Playgroup: Ages 1 to 18
months. 10 a.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road. Little
ones meet new friends. The
library provides the toys and
books but no organized programming. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Toddlers’ Playgroup: Ages 18 to 36
months. 11 a.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road. Little
ones meet new friends. The
library provides the toys and
books but no organized program-

ming. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Senior Citizen Club meeting: 11:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lions Lake Park
Banquet Facility, 101 Dutchtown
Road. For more information, call
(856) 429-4703.
Mommy and Baby Yoga: 9 to 10
a.m. at The Ripa Center for
Women, 1011 Main Street Promenade. Total body, mind and spiritual experience for both mom
and baby! Focus on breathing
techniques and asanas (postures)
for mom. For beginners to
advanced. Babies from age 6
weeks to 6 months. Women must
be six weeks postpartum and
have physician approval. Cost is
$60 for six weeks. For more information, visit www.events.cooperhealth.org.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service from 9 a.m. to noon,
including a wide variety of other
services throughout the morning.
8000 Main St., Voorhees.

please see CALENDAR, page 11

10 THE VOORHEES SUN — MAY 11–17, 2016

Animal Shelter Clinic Offers
“Pet Dental Day
By Freeholder Jeffrey Nash
Our pets are special to us and it’s
important we provide them with
the services and
care they need
and deserve. That
is why the Camden County Animal Shelter is
offering pet dental
services on Mondays at its lowcost spay and neuter clinic.
We encourage pet owners to
learn more about dental care, and
understand how vital it is to maintain your pet’s health. It is just as
important to maintain their dental
hygiene as it is our own.
Dental disease can cause a number of preventable illnesses including: gum disease, pain,
infection, bad breath, lethargy, and
can cause loss of teeth and appetite. If gum disease is not
treated it can create an infection
that can travel through the bloodstream. It is recommended that an
annual cleaning and polishing be
completed along with routine
health care. Gingivitis is caused
when plaque builds up around the
gum line and if not regularly
cleaned it can develop into Periodontal Disease.
Dental services will be offered to
cats and dogs from 1 year to 7
years of age. Any pet over 7 years
old must have blood-work prior to
anesthesia as a safety precaution.
Bloodwork from referred veterinarians completed within the last
six months will be accepted. Routine dental services include teeth
scaling and polish.
Affordable price list and packages include:
Cat and dogs up to 25 lbs: $150.00
Dogs 26 lbs to 50 lbs: $175.00
Dogs 51 lbs to 100 lbs: $200.00
Dogs 101 lbs to 125 lbs: $230.00

Keeping and maintaining your pet’s
health is a priority of
the Camden County
Animal Shelter and
they are excited about
adding affordable dental care to their list of
services.
The dental fee includes
pre-dental
exam, anesthesia, routine dental
and polish and an antibiotic injection, as well as a $2.00 medical
waste fee. Pets with excessive
tarter build-up will be assessed $30
to $50 additional for the cleaning.
Pain medication is available if
warranted.
Camden County Animal Shelter
Clinic is located at 125 County
House Road, Blackwood, NJ 08012.
It offers a low-cost spay/neuter
and vaccine services, as well as
tests and flea treatment. Public
Spay/neuter surgery takes place
on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Walk-in vaccine clinic takes
place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Fridays from 9 am to 10:30 am.
Camden County is a very animal
friendly place. According to the
last census, 70 percent of Camden
County households include either
a dog or a cat. The Camden County
Animal Shelter wants provide you
with a low cost solution for keeping your pet healthy and happy.
For more information, visit
www.ccasnj.org or call 856-401-1300
ext. 100 or ext. 109 to schedule an
appointment.
For more information on other
Camden County services, please
call my office at (856) 225-5466 or
email me at jnash@camdencounty.com. In addition you can
follow us on Facebook at
www.Facebook.com/camdencountynj or on Twitter @camdencountynj.

Just ‘saying no’ is not enough, DeLeon says
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first becoming addicted to Percocet prescribed to her after a cheerleading accident.
DeLeon said the girl died from
an overdose months after he interviewed her, but when interviewing the girl’s mother and
grandmother, he realized the first
floor of their home was bigger
than his entire house.
“This is a girl who lived in an
affluent city, went to an affluent
school and didn’t have lack of
protective factors,” DeLeon said.
Once parents accept drug
abuse and overdoses have seeped
into communities everywhere,
DeLeon stressed the importance

of parents needing to be more informed than ever before about the
dangers their children face, especially in New Jersey.
“We’re four times the national
average,” DeLeon said. “More
people die in New Jersey every
year from a drug overdose than
from a car accident.”
Expanding upon former first
lady Nancy Reagan's “Just Say
No” campaign against drugs,
DeLeon told parents just “saying
no” wasn’t enough, and parents
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children services available. 33
East Evesham Road, Voorhees.
Community Gospel Chapel: Worship at 9:30 a.m. Refreshments
and fellowship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday school at 10:45 a.m. Bible
hour at 11 a.m. Bible ministry
meeting at noon. 20 Bergen Ave.,
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Heritage Church: Worship service
at 10 a.m. Fellowship following
service. 110 Kresson-Gibbsboro
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Hope United Methodist Church:
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a.m. 329 Kresson-Gibbsboro
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Open Door Alliance Church: Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m.
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Cooper Road, Voorhees.

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p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
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Voorhees Toastmasters meeting:
7:30 p.m. at Heritage Church, 110
Kresson-Gibbsboro Road. Visit
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games and music to keep the
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that those lost to cancer will not
be forgotten, that those who face
cancer will be supported and that
one day, cancer will be eliminated.
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(856) 673-5728.
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held on Sunday, May 15. Check in
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run/walk will start at 10 a.m. at
Virtua Hospital, 200 Bowman
Drive. in Voorhees. Cost is $30 for
participants 19 and older and $15
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suit on May 4 when she got her
100th career hit, a single against
Cherry Hill High School West.
“We basically do everything together,” Serata said. “It’s really
cool to share this.”
Morano and Serata’s 100th career hits were similar in some
ways. Both recorded singles
against one of the Cherry Hill
high schools. Both also didn’t
know when they reached the
milestone.
“I didn’t realize it,” Serata said.
“I knew I was close. Last night I
asked my dad how close I was and
he said a few more games.”
“I didn’t know it was my 100th
hit either,” Morano said. “Everyone kind of surprised me and it
was exciting.”
Eastern head coach Laura Paquette couldn’t recall another
time where two girls in the same
graduating class each recorded
their 100th career hits in the
same season.
“They’re really good friends off
the field,” Paquette said. “Softball
is Maddie’s second sport and she
doesn’t play anywhere else. It’s
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remarkable considering she only
plays softball with the high
school team. Morano is more
known for her fall sport, field
hockey, where she was named a
National Field Hockey Coaches
Association All-American. Morano will play field hockey in college at Penn State.
“It shows how much of an athlete she is to be able to do this in
her second sport,” Paquette said.
Paquette described Serata as a
hard worker who is constantly
looking to improve her game.
“Emily puts in a lot of work,”
Paquette said. “She’s one of the
hardest workers I’ve coached in
my career.”
Serata will play softball at
Tufts University, one of the best
softball schools in Division III.
Tufts has won three straight Division III national championships.
“I want to be a biology major,
so I wanted time for academics
and a social life and softball,” Serata said.
Morano and Serata’s friendship is infectious on the Vikings.
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has camaraderie unmatched in
previous seasons, which they said
is the biggest reason for the
team’s 17-2 record in 2016. The
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get a hit.”
“It’s also important that this
core of girls has been playing together for a long time,” Serata
said. “There’s five seniors who
have been playing varsity the
past three years.”
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few more weeks left to play softball together before their senior
seasons end. Both agreed they
want their final year to end on a
high note with a state championship, something the Vikings
last accomplished in 2012.
“The conference and South
Jersey is up in the air right now,”
Morano said. “The way that we’re
playing, it would be awesome to
achieve it with this group of
girls.”

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