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James Caldwell's James Sweeney Awarded 2013 Best Teammate Award at Yogi Berra Museum

July 9, 2013 at 10:56 PM


WEST CALDWELL, NJ – Thirty-seven student-athletes from Super Essex Conference (SEC) high schools were honored for selflessness and promoting team unity on Tuesday, May 21, at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center. James Sweeney, a senior at James Caldwell High School, West Caldwell, was awarded the SEC's 2013 Best Teammate Award. The awards were presented at a banquet held at the museum.  

For further information: 
James Caldwell High School 
265 Westville Avenue 
West Caldwell, NJ 
973-228-6981 
Website 
Chief Athletics Website


From left: former New York Giants quarterback Scott Brunner, James Sweeney and 
Kevin Cummings, president and CEO of Investors Bank, a major supporter of the
Museum's character education programs. Credits: Christine Corliss

 

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