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Scholar Athletes Caitlyn Finnerty and Jonathan Mobisa Receive Honors at Union County Interscholastic Athletic Conference

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Union High School scholar-athletes Jonathan Mobisa and Caitlyn Finnerty honored at the Union County Interscholastic Athletic Conference Credits: Township of Union Schools
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Meg Berry, Linda Ionta, Caitlyn Finnerty, Jonathan Mobisa, and Coach Cassiano Dos Santos Credits: Township of Union Schools
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UNION, NJ – Union High School scholar-athletes Jonathan Mobisa and Caitlyn Finnerty were recently honored at the Union County Interscholastic Athletic Conference for their exemplary academic and athletic accomplishments.

Each year the Conference recognizes two seniors from each high school for their outstanding accomplishments.

Mobisa will be attending the NJIT majoring in Civil Engineering in the fall.  He was Captain of the Boys Cross Country Team and Captain of the Winter & Spring Track Teams.  He is also an active member of the 7th Day Adventist Church of Irvington, and member of the “E” Sports Club at Union High School. 

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Mobisa represented Union High School in County, State & National meets, breaking 12 school records and is the first Cross Country Champion in 63 years.  He enjoys coaching others and all aspects of physical fitness.  One day, he hopes be a track coach himself.

Finnerty will be attending the College of New Jersey and plans to major in Health & Exercise Science.  She was a 4-year varsity player and Captain of the Girls Soccer Team, receiving 1st Team All-Star Watchung Conference honors.

Finnerty is a member of the National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Film Club, Hiking Club, and DIY Club.

She is involved with various volunteer organizations including Children’s Specialized Hospital, ROID Volunteer, and Peer Diplomat and Ambassador for Union High School.  She is also an in-school tutor for the high school, all while maintaining a 4.18 GPA.

 

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