Fall Spirit Week 2018 in Photos

Marissa Ho

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  • Fall Spirit Week 2018 began on Monday, Oct. 29 with Character Day and the fall-themed relay competition. The event took place on the back patio due to some events being impractical for taking place indoors. Senior Michael Topper of Ocean competes in the apple bobbing portion of the competition.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Senior Cailey Ruderman of Marlboro runs in the third section of the relay competition, the candy corn jar-filling relay race.

  • Sophomore Francesca DiMiceli of Atlantic Highlands holds up a chopstick found in a bucket of hay, securing the sophomores third place in the Relay competition.

  • Senior Erica Sammarco of Colts Neck, left, celebrates the seniors’ first place win by hugging senior Sebrina Gao of Freehold, who had just completed the chopstick in a haystack competition.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Freshmen work together for Tuesday’s event, the Pumpkin-Decorating Contest. The theme was “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

    Leigh Lustig

  • Juniors decorate with miscellaneous supplies provided by the Student Government Association (SGA). The Class of 2020 placed first in the event.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Sophomores Georgia Trentalange of Middletown, left, and Mahita Dasu of Marlboro arrange their pumpkin display in front of the judges, which took third place.

  • Sophomore Brigid McCarthy of Manasquan adjusts the Class of 2021’s pumpkin display in front of the Fall Spirit Week scoreboard.

    Leigh Lustig

  • The annual Halloween parade took place during lunch on Wednesday. Junior Katherine Lombardi of Middletown acts like dancer and Internet personality Jojo Siwa by jumping around and dancing.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Junior Liam Jamolod of Howell and Class of 2020 adviser Emily Crelin enter the parade as characters from “The Magic School Bus” along with other juniors.

  • Spanish teacher Courtney Van Arsdale applauds students while judging the Halloween parade. The judges awarded points for categories like Scariest, Most Original or Best Group.

  • From left, juniors Vaughn Battista of Tinton Falls, Ryan Swanson of Brielle, Michael Landolfi of Tinton Falls and Nick Chunn of Tinton Falls reenact the Village People in their YMCA video.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Freshman Quinn Hoagland of Colts Neck dresses like a vending machine, winning Most Original for the Class of 2022.

  • Seniors perform a synchronized swimming routine, taking home Best Group. The senior class came in first place with 15 points from winning both Best Group and Best Couple.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Thursday was Trends Day, with the annual Dodgeball competition taking place during lunch. From left, SGA members Evan Kuo of Tinton Falls, Liam Marshall of Sea Girt, and Emma Hecht of Wall look over the rules of the competition.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Sophomore Ethan Hecht of Wall prepares to throw his ball. The Class of 2021 placed second in the event.

    Leigh Lustig

  • The audience watches the dodgeball game while junior Matt Emery of Ocean considers the competition.

  • Senior Jackson Pack of Asbury, left, throws a ball at the opposing team while senior Rob Murphy of Ocean prepares to toss one. The seniors placed third in the event.

  • Friday’s event was CHS’s first ever Super Scav. Sophomore Faith Williams of Eatontown directs the sophomore class in finding items.

    Tess Rempel

  • The SGA assigned items with either one, three, five or 40 points. Senior and Class of 2019 council member Erica Sammarco of Colts Neck looks at the biology skeleton, a five point item in the scavenger hunt.

    Alyssa Rasp

  • Junior and SGA council member Dane Tedder of Ocean talks with seniors about one of the items on the list. The seniors and juniors tied for first place in the event.

  • At the end of the week, the Class of 2019 secured its first-ever Spirit Week victory with 375 points. The juniors followed with 358 points, the sophomores came in third with 313 points and the freshmen rounded out with 259 points.

    Alyssa Rasp

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