HELP! HELP! Read below!

by Mya Whyte ’19

Writing is more than just words being typed onto a screen or written with a pencil. It is a way to express what’s boiling within the deep chambers of yourself that you never thought you could explore. Whether it is writing an essay for a class you hate, a story you imagined in your head or anything else. All of the words, thoughts and feelings are coming from you. It’s your writing and nobody can change it.

So why not take your thoughts and share it with other who are just as passionate about expressing theirs? The newspaper club is back and better than ever ! Join the club that gives you the opportunity to write whatever you feel is best for you and have other people read your pieces through a screen of a phone or computer. A club that is also surrounded by people who you can gain literature inspiration from. A club where through the newspaper experience you can recognize and pursue your love for writing.

If you are interested, email ewingsvoice@gmail.com or come to Room 119 on Wednesdays after school.

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JV Softball Wins Again 🏆

The JV softball team defeated Hopewell yesterday by the score of 8-6. The girls played both a strong offensive and defensive game. The outfield made up of Laycha Evans, Cailey Green, Jamie Ervin, and Tia Outlaw came up big catching 7 pop fly’s for outs during the game. Izzy Falzone was strong on the mound striking out 9 batters. Offensively, the Lady Blue Devils found their bats to reclaim the lead they had the entire game during the top of the 7th inning. Kendall Bartkowski started things off with a double to center field, followed by Katie McGinn hitting a single to score Kendall which was the tieing run. Laycha Evans then had a sacrifice to get the winning run in for the girls. Haley Allen had a single and a double, Jamie Ervin had a single, Cailey Green had 2 doubles, and Tia Outlaw had a sacrafice hit for an RBI. Great win ladies!!

Boys Track 🏆

Congratulations to the Ewing Boys track team for their big win yesterday against Lawrence. Despite the rainy weather the Blue Devils controlled the entire meet behind strong performances of the distance team which ran very smart and recorded numerous PR’s. Scoring for the Blue devils where
Tysean Cousar – Taking 1st in the 100, 200, & 400, while also placing 3rd in the long jump

Rooner Joseph – 1st in the Javelin & 2nd in the long jump

Ri’quan Smalley – 1st in the long jump and 3rd in the 400

Lawrence Joseph – 2nd in the shot put & Discus

Darius Hargis – 1st in the 400 meter hurdles

A’irrion Scott – 1st in the 1600 meters

Matt Sconzo – 1st in the 3200 meters

Alex Adomat – Tied for 1st in the pole vault

Rashawn Williams – taking 2nd in the 400 & 3rd in the 200

Immanuel Medina – 3rd in the 400 hurdles & 2nd in the 110 meter high hurdles

John Vasquez – 2nd in the 3200 meters

Michael Conover – 2nd in the 800 meters

Chris Krah – 2nd in the Triple Jump

Derrick Wyatt – 2nd in the 1600 meters

Mohamad Srouji – 3rd in the 1600 meters

Jacob Mayoros – 3rd in the 800 meters

Josh Everett – 3rd in the shot put

Lance Sulton – 3rd in the Javelin

Kyle Latty – 3rd in the 110 meter hurdles

Also our 4 by 400 meter relay team of Michael Conover, Alex Medwick, A’ irrion Scott, & Rashawn Williams finished up the meet by winning the relay in a time of 3:43

JV softball 💪

The JV Softball Team defeated West Windsor North yesterday by a score of 7-5. Battling against the harsh weather the girls were able to string some nice hits together. Andrea Santiago started things off in the first inning with a triple bringing in 2 RBIs. Devon Kueny, Haley Allen, Amena Ahmed, Kendall Bartkowski, and Jamie Ervin each had a hit. At the top of the 7th inning the Lady Blue Devils were tied 5-5 when Cailey Green hit a bomb to right field recording a triple and bringing in the winning run. Laycha Evans sealed the win with a single to bring in the next scoring run. Great win ladies!

Athletes of the Week: 5/2/16-5/6/16

By Henry Hutchinson, Class of 2019 

Congratulations to the current athletes of the week.

The female Athlete of the Week is softball player Brianna Vaughn. Brianna had a monster week at the plate recording the first three home runs of her career. She also had a batting average of about .500 which included two doubles and 8 RBI’s. Vaughn’s recent power surge has helped propel the softball team to an outstanding 13-2 record on the season.

“I was really excited (when I found out I had been named Athlete of the Week),” Vaughn said, “because Coach nominated me before, and I have been working really hard.” 

The male Athlete of the Week is tennis player Jordan Stoner. Jordan had an upset victory over Hightstown in the first round of the Mercer County tournament and a solid performance against one of the county’s top players in the second round. Jordan also had a dominating performance against Steinert winning 6-0 for his team.

“This award is a great honor because there are so many great athletes in our school, and I was chosen,” Stoner said. “It’s good to recognize athletes’ hard work.”

Once again, congratulations from the EHS Coaching staff.

AOW for April 25-29

By Ryan Webster, Class of 2019
Congratulations to the athletes of the week for April 25-29, 2016.

The female Athlete of the Week is varsity softball player Alexis Pope, a junior, who racked up seven hits in four games the previous week against Lawrence, Montgomery, Nottingham, and Steinert high schools. Of those seven hits, two were doubles and one was a home run. Pope also brought in 8 RBIs during that week. Alexis is a strong force offensively and defensively at third base, a position she has had since freshman year.

”Being named athlete of the week is something I think you should be proud of,” Pope said. “I think being named athlete of the week is really cool and it is an honor.”  

The male Athlete of the Week is track and field runner Rashawn Williams. In addition to currently leading his team in dual meet points this season with 31, Williams hasn’t been beat in an open 400 meter race yet this season. He also continues to achieve a personal record every time he runs a race. Williams, who has earned the most medals amongst this teammates this year, is a mainstay on all the sprint relay teams this season. A large portion of the team success this season can be attributed to Rashawn’s constant effort and eagerness to run as many races as he can in a meet, his coaches said.

“I think being named athlete of the week is a huge achievement. I was very shocked when I found out I got named,” Rashawn said. 

Congrats again from the EHS coaching staff.

JV Baseball ⚾️⚾️⚾️

The JV baseball team won their last 2 games. They beat West Windsor Plainsboro North, 6 to 2, and Nottingham, 7 to 5. Jay Lawrence earned the complete game victory on the mound in both contests. Tyrique Alston scored 2 runs and 2 hits in both games. CJ, Anthony, J Mays, Jay, Matt, Jimmy, Henry and Nolan all contributed hits. Good job boys!