Swoosh for Change is Coming

Written by Sophia Muce |

This year’s annual Swoosh for Change game is fast approaching. For those who may not know, Swoosh for Change is a basketball game that works to raise money for a good cause every year. Members of the staff go head-to-head against

the students of Morgan. It will be held Friday, March 9th at 7p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend, and admission will be $5 per person and $30 maximum for families.

This year the profits from the game will be going towards “Clinton Families Helping Families”. According to the organization’s Facebook page, they are a “grass-roots volunteer organization collecting non-perishables & money for fuel assistance for neighbors in need.” They volunteer throughout the community and are a reputable organization.

Below is the official list of the players for each team:

Students (Coaches: Tyler Newfield, AJ Mastriano)

  • Adam Nguyen
  • Ryan Gasparini
  • Annalyse Olcott
  • James Nye
  • Andrew Fritz
  • Garrett Johnson
  • Christopher Nuzzo
  • Michael Menacho
  • Patrick Markovics
  • Joseph Piacentini
  • Quinn Trahant
  • Matthew Newfield
  • Henry Southwood
  • Anthony Coretti

Staff (Coaches: Joni Zdunczyk, Paddy Murray)

  • Jordan Bean
  • Jared Stevens
  • Jessica Mularski
  • Jessica Blodgett
  • Michael Hogle
  • Frank Rossi
  • Tim Kumnick
  • Peter Gersz
  • Corey Zdunczyk
  • Danielle Hardwood
  • Jessica Lynch
  • Moheba Sayed
  • Keri Hagness
  • Greg Garb
  • Ryan Richitelli

 

Check out some articles about past Swoosh for Change events:

https://morganpawprint.com/2015/03/24/swoosh-for-change/

https://morganpawprint.com/2014/03/31/swoosh-for-change-2014-students-came-out-on-top/

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