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Southern Regional Community Celebrates 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees

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Brooke Angelella and Coach Church Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Famer Kyle Cassaletto Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Famer Ryan Logue Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Famer Robert Kraft Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Famer Jeff Jones Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Jane Hall receiving Hall of Fame plaque for her son Nolan Hall Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Famer Eric Sharkey and Coach Donohue Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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2010 Hall of Famer Cross Country Squad Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Fame Volleyball Teams Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Fame Wrestling Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Hall of Famer Jenna Lombardo Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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Coach Maxwell with his individual honorees Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr., SRHS Athletic Director
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STAFFORD, NJ – The Southern Regional Hall of Fame Committee hosted the annual Hall of Fame induction luncheon at Calloway's in West Creek on Saturday afternoon.   There were refreshments and buffet lunch served for all the guests.  It was a great time for all.  

The 2017 the inductees are: 

Brooke Angellella (Class of 2011).

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Brooke had a stellar career in field hockey, indoor and outdoor track and field.  She had fine college career playing field hockey at Appalachian State University.  Brooke is pictured with Jason Church, her former jumping coach at Southern. He is currently Southern's head track and field coach.  

Kyle Casaletto (Class of 2011)
Cassaletto was a great wrestler for the Southern program.  He is pictured here with Dan Roy, Southern's assistant coach. Kyle was a three-time place winner in the state championships.  He had two runner-up finishes at 112 pounds and at 125 pounds…He finished with a career record of 123-17 and was a three-time team MVP.



Nolan Hall (Class of 2002):  Received by his mom Jane Bailey-Hall

Nolan followed in the footsteps of his dad Robbie Hall, a 1976 graduate.  Nolan had a great career and played for Caldwell College. Nolan scored 1,651 points in high school.  Nolan's mom Jane is pictured here with coach Eric Maxwell.  

Jeff Jones (Class of 2010)

Jeff Jones had a stellar career playing volleyball for Coach Eric Maxwell.  He was the NJ player of the year in 2010.  His career tallies at Southern includes 437 kills, 158 digs, 30 aces and 27 blocks. 

Robert Kraft (Class of 2009)

Kraft played basketball for former Southern coach Jeff Reilly and was a standout volleyball player for the Rams.  Robert is pictured here with Coach Maxwell.  He was a first team all state selection his senior year.  Robert went on to star for Nazareth College in Rochester, NY.  

Ryan Logue (Class of 2011) 
Ryan is a 2016 graduate of Coastal Carolina University.  He was a strong leader for the Rams, leading the team his junior and senior to a state tournament championship.  Ryan was both an outside hitter and outside setter for the Rams.  Ryan is pictured with his coach Eric Maxwell.    

Jenna Lombardo (Class of 2006)

Jenna was an excellent field hockey and basketball player for Southern.  She went on to star at Rowan College in field hockey.  Jenna is now a teacher at Southern.  She is the varsity field hockey coach and coaches middle school basketball in the winter.  

Ryan Ronan (Class of 1989) (picture unavailable) 

Ryan set the pace for future Ram golfers.  He graduated in 1989.  He won the Bermuda Junior Amateur Championship in 1987 and was captain of the Rutgers University Golf Team from 1989 -1991.  Ryan currently serves as Chief Operating Officer at the Huntington Valley Country Club in Pennsylvania.  . 

Eric Sharkey (Class of 2008)

Eric was a standout in three sports in his career at Southern.  In the fall, he played safety and wide receiver for Coach Chuck Donohue's football squad. In the winter season he was a solid player for Coach Jeff Reilley. He was part of Coach Eric Maxwell's volleyball squad in the spring. Eric went on to a great career at Rowan University where he played safety and was a team captain. Currently Eric works at Southern Regional, he serves as assistant coach in football, girls basketball and boys volleyball.    

Boys Volleyball 2010:  NJSIAA State Overall Champions

Boys Volleyball 2011:  NJSIAA South Jersey Sectional Champions 

Boys Cross Country 2010:  NJSIAA South Jersey Group 4 Sectional Champions

Wrestling 2010-2011 NJSIAA South Jersey Group 4 Sectional Champions
Wrestling 2011-2012 NJSIAA South Jersey Group 4 Sectional Champions

 

 

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