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CHS athlete commits

By Natalia Derechin Features Production Editor

December 22, 2010


Filed under Observations

Congratulations to senior Jake Sickels for committing to play football for Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania. Sickels has played football since he was 7, and will go on to play safety for the Division III college. Congratulations to Sickels on becoming a Crusader.

CHS athlete commits

By Amna Farooqi News Editor

November 23, 2010


Filed under Observations

Congratulations to senior Noor Judeh for committing to play tennis for Rutgers University in New Jersey. She has been playing tennis for six years, and will continue to play Division I in college. Judeh is ranked #1 in the midatlantic for the 18-year-old age group. Congratulations to Judeh on becoming...

CHS athlete commits

By By Jenna Cantor Observations Editor

May 28, 2010


Filed under Observations

Congratulations to Chris Verboncoeur for accepting an offer to swim at Virginia Tech University of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Verboncoeur has been on varsity for all four years. His best strokes are butterfly and freestyle. Good look to Verboncoeur on becoming a Hokie. The Observer would like...

Athlete of the Month: Jake Eskin

By By David Wilson :Sports Editor and Tyler Siegel: Staff Writer

March 2, 2010


Filed under Sports

Senior Jake Eskin may not be alumni Chase Hicks or Elijah Gore, but neither is he trying to be. Whereas Hicks and Gore dominated in the post and made flashy plays using their superior athleticism, Eskin has let his fundamental basketball and phenomenal shooting ability quietly make him one of the county’s...

CHS athlete commits

By Bobby Hirsch, Observations Editor

March 1, 2010


Filed under Observations

Congratulations to senior Eric Skrzyniarz for accepting a baseball offer to St. Mary’s College of Maryland of the Capital Athletic Conference. Eric has been on varsity for three seasons and will play outfield for St. Mary’s. This past season Eric had a batting average of .370 and a slugging percentage...

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