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  • May 23, 2018

    The Most Improved Player Award is awarded to the athlete who displayed the greatest amount of improvement and growth in their skills which contributed to the success of their team.

    The Bernie Ward Commitment Award is named after our beloved former faculty member, coach and colleague Bernie Ward is for the athlete who has displayed the most passion and commitment towards bettering themselves and their teammates during the season.

    The Most Valuable Player Award is awarded to the athlete whose contribution to the team contributed most towards that team’s success during the season.

  • May 22, 2018

    On May 17, 2018, the members of the Class of 2019 took part in the annual Junior Blood Drive which takes place each spring at Kellenberg Memorial High School. During the drive, juniors who meet the necessary requirements are allowed to donate blood, either in the traditional manner or by donating using the Alyx machine. The technology used by the Alyx machine doubles the number of red blood cells collected and allows for donors to donate more frequently, increasing the number of lives potentially saved by the donors' gift of life. The total number of pints collected for the day

  • May 22, 2018

    Article by Newsday's Sal Cacciatore: Having already won the Catholic league title at Eisenhower Park earlier this month, Ashley Harding returned Monday afternoon for a school history-making encore. Harding shot an 8-over-par 80 at Eisenhower White to become the first Kellenberg player to win the Catholic association state girls golf championship. The senior edged Our Lady of Mercy’s Katie Costello by one stroke. “I hit very consistently, my putting was the best it has ever been and I couldn’t be happier,” said Harding, who won her second Nassau-Suffolk league title on May 9. She also won that event as

  • May 21, 2018

    Article by Newsday's Mike Ruiz: Even a driving rain couldn’t slow down the Firebirds on Saturday. “It wasn’t too bad of an obstacle,” said Maureen Lewin, who won the girls 1,500-meter run in 4 minutes, 50.34 seconds and placed second in the 800 (2:16.62) for Kellenberg in the NSCHSAA track and field championships at St. John’s University. “Whenever it rains we’re always out there for practice. We’re really used to it. In the 1,500, teammates Nora Bennett (4:50.45) and Maya Richardson (4:53.25) finished second and third, respectively. “Maureen and I are training partners,” Bennett said, “so while running the race

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