Trinity Hall Wins ShopRite Cup

By Alexa Sadowski, Sports Editor 

The Non-Public B NJSIAA ShopRite Cup was presented to the community on Sept. 17 as a result of the Monarchs’ athletic performance and sportsmanship throughout the 2018-19 school year. The award, which is determined by a point system, is given the state’s best high school athletic programs based on tournament performance and sportsmanship.

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Seniors Caitlin W. (left), chair of the athletics council, and Colleen K. (right), student body president, accept the Non-Public B NJSIAA ShopRite Cup for Trinity Hall’s athletic performance and sportsmanship on Sept. 17. (Photo by Maya Gardner).

State championships in cross-country and swimming, as well as additional success in soccer and outdoor track and field, helped the school rise above its peers. Moreover, because there were no disqualifications, no points were deducted from the school’s point total. In fact, Trinity Hall has never received a disqualification in all six years of its competitive athletic program. 

Along with the presentation of the cup, Trinity Hall also received a banner to display in the school and ShopRite will hang a banner commending the school’s achievement in its Shrewsbury location for the 2018-2019 school year. 

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