SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Miranda Wells is better known around the halls of Spotswood High School as Randi. The Spotswood High School senior was a four-year member of the Chargers girls varsity soccer team as well as the winter track team. Wells was part of the defense that put up 11 shutouts during the 2019 fall season. The National Honor Society member was named an All-Blue Division player for her sophomore, junior and senior years. She also served as captain for the varsity soccer team this past season where the team posted a 14-4-2 overall record.
Wells' favorite Spotswood High School classes were US History One and Two. Both classes were taught by Spotswood High School Social Studies teacher Michael Curto. Even though Schoenly School Principal Jennifer Asprocolas hasn't been her teacher since fifth grade, Asprocolas will always have the distinction of being Wells' favorite teacher. Throughout her journey through the Memorial Middle School and Spotswood High School, Asprocolas has always taken the time to keep in touch with Wells and support her.
While the Spotswood native has many fond memories of her time as a student-athlete at Spotswood High School, Spirit Weeks and prom will always be special. Wells will be attending Georgian Court University in Lakewood in the fall. She plans on majoring in Applied Behavioral Analysis.
Like her fellow seniors, Wells was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it has had on the Class of 2020.
"After I finish my school work, I have been staying busy by making masks and donating them to those in need," Wells said.