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HUB Soccer Announces Scholarship Winners

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DENVILLE, NJ-- It is with great pleasure that HUB Soccer of Denville and 8 v 8 Soccer of Denville announce the recipients of our 2016 annual 8v8 Soccer Scholarship and HUB Soccer Scholarship awards!

Congratulations to Michael Chapman, Katie Ford, Kelly Huber, Katie Gleeson and Giaci Vitolo! These 5 recipients worked hard over their four years at Morris Knolls and were selected based on our specific criteria.

Our scholarship committee considers many factors in selecting these recipients. Each was weighed based on their class rank, grade point average, school and community activities, employment activities, and an essay. In addition to being a Denville resident, in order to be eligible applicants must have been involved with the Morris Knolls Boys or Girls Soccer team for at least three years and be a participant their senior year and played in HUB Soccer's travel and/or recreation program.

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Scholarship Winners 8 v 8:

Katie Ford, Kelly Huber, Katie Gleeson and Giaci Vitolo

Scholarship Winners HUB Soccer:

Michael Chapman, Katie Ford, Kelly Huber, Katie Gleeson and Giaci Vitolo

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