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  • Standout Pitcher Lucas Rich ’20 Signs Letter of Intent to Play for Lehigh

    Lucas Rich ’20 knew he wanted to play college baseball before he even enrolled at Newark Academy as a sixth-grader. Six years later, he has earned the opportunity to pitch at Lehigh University after his NA graduation. Lucas signed his National Letter of Intent on Nov. 13 in a ceremony at Newark Academy.
     
    “It was a culmination of all the hard work,” Lucas said. “To actually do that and make that part official as to where my future is going to be at and where I'm going to be able to pursue baseball and academics, it was really a nice feeling. Both a beginning and an end to the process.”
     
    After verbally committing in his junior year, Lucas signed his National Letter of Intent to play with the Patriot League team on November 13. The next part of the process – after playing for the Minutemen this spring and graduating – will be assimilating to the college level. Something the rigors of NA prepared him for.
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  • NA Boys’ Cross-Country Wins Back-to-Back State Titles

    Newark Academy boys’ cross country won the NJSIAA Non-Public B State Championship for the second straight year with a team effort at Holmdel Park on Saturday, November 16.
     
    Warren Sunada-Wong ‘20 (4th, 17:15) paced Newark Academy, followed by Jackson Powers ’20 (6th, 17:39), Jack Ryan ’21 (12th, 18:05), sophomore Maximilian Gorbaty (18th, 18:28) and freshman Matthew Malloy (19th, 18:29).
     
    The Minutemen won with a score of 56 points ahead of runner-up Immaculata with 69 points. The team competes in the Meet of Champions at Holmdel Park on Saturday, November 23. Saturday's State Championship was the third in five years for NA boys' cross country.
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  • Six NA Boys' Soccer Players Make All-Conference Team

    Six Newark Academy boys' soccer players made the Super Essex Conference (SEC) All-Conference Team. Below is the list of student-athletes and the respective team they made:
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  • Trio of Minutemen Make NJ.com’s All-State and All-Non-Public Girls’ Tennis Team

    Newark Academy girls’ tennis first doubles and Essex County Champions Joyce Wang ’20 and Melanie Kramarchuk ’22 made NJ.com’s All-State Second Team and All-Non-Public First Team, while Ali Bader ’20 made the All-Non-Public Third Team for singles.
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  • Girls' Volleyball Players Makes All-Prep and All-Conference Teams

    NA girls' volleyball's Lori Sun '20 made the NJSIAA All-Prep Team and the Super Essex Conference (SEC) All-Conference First Team, while Teagan Hales '21 and Fiona Tillyer '22 received SEC All-Conference Honorable Mention.
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  • NA Boys' Cross Country Wins Back-to-Back Prep B Championship

    Newark Academy boys' cross country won its second consecutive Prep B Championship at Blair Academy in Blairstown with a score of 28 points. Warren Sunada-Wong '20 and Jack Ryan '21 took third and fourth place for NA with times of 17:00.0 and 17:17.0. The Minutemen, who have won the Prep B Title four times overall, defeated Rutgers Prep, who placed second with 80 points, followed by Gill St. Bernard’s (84), Princeton Day (102) and Pennington (114).
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