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Catholic Schools Week is a national celebration of Catholic education and an opportunity to recognize the importance, value, and contributions of Catholic education to the Church and the world. Catholic Schools Week is sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA).  This year, Catholic Schools Week runs from January 26 through February 1. During CSW...
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“You come out to all the exciting ones.” Those were the first words St. Mary coach Jamie LoBue said, catching her breath, moments after her Gaels defeated Becton 31-29 in overtime. Thursday night’s game at St. Mary Gymnasium brought the hosts’ record to 7-1. Becton fell to 4-2.
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The St. Mary High School Girls Basketball team defeated Dwight-Morrow High School on January 4 in the Public vs. Private Showcase.  St. Mary won 54-49 in overtime.  Senior Christina Alberti won Most Outstanding Academic Award for having the highest GPA on the team.  Sophomore Adriana Cabrera won Player of the Game. Congratulations to the SMHS...
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After four days of voting, St. Mary quarterback/linebacker Matt Toman has been selected as the North Jersey Football Player of the Week. The Gaels bested Becton in overtime, 32-26, with Toman starring on both sides of the ball. He finished 14-for-24 passing for 253 yards and two touchdowns, ran for a TD, made five solo...
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The 4-3 win over 19-time group champion Gloucester Catholic on June 6 at Hamilton Township’s Bob DeMeo Field meant Hulse had come full circle. He won a state championship as a senior at St. Mary in 1998.
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St. Mary did all its scoring in the second inning against Gloucester Catholic lefty Anthony Solometo. The sophomore and North Carolina commit, who was masterful in last year’s group final, struggled with command and location. He threw 86 pitches and was lifted in in the fourth.
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Ralph Jerome '75
The numbers are startling. Of the 7.4 billion people in the world, 2 billion adults are overweight, and 2 billion are undernourished. About 45 percent of all childhood mortality is attributed to micronutrient deficiency, and bad diets account for 700,000 deaths in the U.S. alone each year. On top of that, the world’s 7 billion...
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The annual St. Mary High School Homecoming was Saturday, October 6th.  This year saw the St. Mary Gaels take on Wood-Ridge High School.  The day also included the induction of this year’s Homecoming Court.  Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen, Thomas Truberg and Janae Kelty!  This year’s Homecoming Court included Eric Bittiger, Joseph...
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