Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Four boys from James Caldwell High School heading to Gloucester Institute of Technology to compete against top swimmers in the state.
Wednesday, February 27
Four boys from the Swimming Chiefs will represent James Caldwell High School at the New Jersey High School Meet of Champions on Saturday, March 2 at Gloucester Institute of Technology. Junior David Burton will swim two individual events, the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly. Junior Danny McCarthy will swim one individual, the 50 freestyle. Burton and McCarthy will join senior Jon Krippahne and junior Andrew Canavan to swim the 200-freestyle relay. The foursome broke the school’s 12-year-old record in the 200-freestyle relay this season. The four swimmers will also compete in the 200-medley relay.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
This Mount Saint Dominic senior is a standout swimmer.
Thursday, February 14
Mount Saint Dominic Academy senior Megan Wujciak has been named the Caldwell school's January Athlete of the Month. Wujciak helped the Lions' swim team achieve a 10-0 regular season record as well as the Essex County and Super Essex Conference titles by winning all of her races, according to an announcement from the school. She has been especially dominant in the 50-yard, 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle events.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Junior Dave Burton churns for Boys Team; Girls team caps a winning season.
Sunday, February 10
The following article was written by JCHS Head Swim Team Coach Steve Trivino, following impressive wins by both the boys' and girls' swim teams. The James Caldwell High School Swimming Chiefs took to the pool at Seton Hall University on Saturday, Feb 2 and they made quite a splash every time a Chief took to the blocks. State championship times were achieved and new school records were established. Dave Burton was the most decorated swimmer of the day. Dave set school records in the 200 Freestyle, besting Harry Squires record from 2007 by posting his own time of 1:48.81. Burton also took over Jackson Salters' 100 Butterfly record set in 2011 by crossing the pool in an impressive 54.39. His times not only set the school records, but they …
Monday, October 15, 2012
James Caldwell High School Swimming Chiefs Booster Club raising funds for scholarships for seniors.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Back by popular demand, the James Caldwell High School Swimming Chiefs Booster Club is once again selling beach towels. The 36” by 60” plush blue and white beach towels are emblazoned with the Caldwell Chiefs logo and can be monogrammed. Towels are $35 each and will arrive in time for the holidays. Proceeds from sales will go to scholarships for graduating seniors on the swim team. To order, download the attached PDF form. Orders will be taken through Thursday, Nov. 1. For more information, contact Christine Krippahne at Krippahne6@verizon.net or 973-226-1179, or Patty D'Angelo at Pattydang@aol.com or 973-228-9466.