photo: The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders present certificates of recognition to the Christian Brothers Academy Varsity Baseball Team for winning the 2015 New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association(NJSIAA) Non-Public A Championship at their regular meeting on June 25 in Lake Como, NJ. Pictured left to right: Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone, Freeholder Lillian G. Burry, Freeholder Director Gary J. Rich, Sr., Coach Marty Kenney, Matthew D’Angelo, Brendan Shaw, Shane Turk, John Nelson, Ryan Nelson and Freeholder John P. Curley.
LAKE COMO, NJ – The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders recognized the Christian Brothers Academy Varsity Baseball team for winning the 2015 New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) Non-Public A Championship.
“These dedicated young men should be very proud of their State Championship title,” said Freeholder Director Gary J. Rich, Sr. “Through hard work and dedication, they have brought honor to their schools, their families and the entire County.”
The Christian Brothers Academy Baseball team was led by Coach Marty Kenneyand Assistant Coaches Joe LaRocca and Marty Kenney, Jr. The roster of players includes: Griffin Arnott, Andrew Buccellato, Kenneth Campbell, Luke Chece, GianLuca Dalatri, Matthew D'Angelo, Brendan Galvin, Joseph Gargana, Michael Garvey, Brandon Martorano, James Miller, William Morgan, John Paul Moschella, John Nelson, Ryan Nelson, Cid Porter, Brendan Shaw, Austen Tieri, Michael Triandafellos and Shane Turk.
“It is an honor and a privilege to celebrate your state championship title with you,” said Freeholder John P. Curley, a graduate of Christian Brothers Academy. “I admire your tenacity and your abilities. You have all worked hard and we commend you for your well-deserved titles.”
The Freeholders presented the team members with certificates of recognition at their regular meeting on June 25 in Lake Como.
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, founded in 1918, is a voluntary, non-profit organization made up of 433 accredited public, private and non-public high schools in the state. The NJSIAA conducts tournaments, and crowns champions in thirty one sports.