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    • Tennis - 4 letters
    • 103 Career Victories (1995-98)
    • 4-Time First Team All-State Selection 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998
    • 4-Time First Team All-Shore Selection 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998
    • 1997 Bill Talbert National Junior Sportsmanship Award
    • 1997 Middle States Tournament Association Sportsmanship Award
    • Member of 1994 New Jersey State Champions
    • Ranked among the top 25 individual players in High School - Newark Star Ledger
    • 1998 Asbury Park Press Player of the Year
    • 1999 Named to the NJ All-Decades team (1990’s)
    • Valedictorian of the Class of 1998
    • 4-Time Varsity Letter at Wake Forest
    • Name to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team
    • 2002 Recipient of ACC Outstanding Female Scholar Athlete Award
    • 2002 Named Yale University Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach
    • 2003 USTA National Grass Court Double Runner-Up
    • 2003 USTA Women’s Singles national Open Champion

      Coach "Hal" Manson
                1949 - 1962


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    • Head Girls Basketball Coach - 25 years
    • Career Record - 475 wins - 179 losses (.726 winning%)
    • State Championships (5) - 1983, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1993
    • Shore Conference Championships (2) - 1981 and 1983
    • Division Championships (14) - 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1999, 2001, 2002 and 2003
    • 1987 and 1988 Asbury Park Press Coach of the Year
    • 1987 Daily News Coach of the Year
    • Consecutive Shore Conference Team Sportsmanship Awards
    • 2003 Inductee NJ State Coaches’ Hall of Fame
    • Served as boys’ and girls’ JV Soccer Coach for 20 years
    • Served as freshman Baseball Coach - 2 years
               

    Dick Johnson
     Coach "Dick" Johnson
             1981 - 2003



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    • Football - 4 letters
    • 1969 member of NJSIAA Group II Football Champions
    • 1969 William Spencer Osborn Award - Football
    • 1969 Asbury Park Press All - Shore Selection, 2nd team Offensive Guard
    • 1969 Associated Press All-State Selection, Offensive Guard
    • 1969 High School All-American, Offensive Line
    • 5th most fumble recoveries in a season - 4
    • Baseball - 4 letters
    • 1969 member NJSIAA Group II Champions
    • 1970 Asbury Park Press All-Shore selection, 1st team Catcher
    • 1970 Associated Press All-State selection, Catcher
    • 1970 Daily Record All-County selection, Catcher
    • 1970 NY Daily News All-Star, Catcher
    • Hit .491 during 1969 season
    • Wrestling - 4 letters
    • Captain - Wrestling
    • 1970 Asbury Park Press All-Shore selection, 189 lbs.
    • Earned both Airborne and Ranger tabs after High School
    • Served 16 years of service, and was an orthopedic surgeon with 82nd Airborne during Operation Desert Storm, attached to an armored unit that advance more than 100km into Iraq in 24 hrs.  Dr. Whitman performed the first orthopedic surgery in a theater of war in United States Army history.



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    Courteney "Skip" Whitman

              Class of 1970









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             Maren Haus
            Class of 1998





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    • 10 Varsity Letters
    • Soccer – 1 year – Right Half Back
    • Basketball - 3 years - Power Forward
    • Football - 2 years - Punter, Kicker and Wide Receiver
    • Asbury Park Press, 2nd Team All Shore Punter
    • Baseball - 4 years - Pitcher, 1B and OF
    • Asbury Park Press, 2nd Team All-Shore 1984 and 1985 - Pitcher
    • Asbury Park Press 1st Team All-Shore 1986
    • Newark Star Ledger, 2nd Team All State 1985
    • Newark Star Ledger, 1st Team All State 1986
    • Newark Star Ledger, All Group 2 - 1985 and 1986
    • NY Daily News, 1st Team NY Daily News All Star 1986 - was invited to play in All Star Game at Yankee Stadium
    • Pitched Manasquan to the 1986 Grou p2 State Title, Central Jersey Group 2 Title and the Number 1 ranking in NJ  (voted by the Star Ledger)
    • 1986-12 Wins-1 Loss, 130 Strikeouts in 86 innings, 1.08 ERA
    • Pitched in Group 2 Final on Friday, State Group 2 Semi-Finals on Tuesday (throwing more pitches than in any other start that year) and came back on Saturday and threw a 2 Hit, 12 strikeout Shutout of Jefferson in the Final (6-0)
    • In 1986 - he alone set or tied school records for - Games Pitched, Games Started, Complete Games, Innings Pitched, Strikeouts, Hit Baseman, Wins and ERA.
    • Drafted in MLB Amateur Draft in 1986 by the Chicago Cubs, in 1987 by the New York Yankess


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            Mike Mahady
            Class of 1986







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    • Basketball - 4 letters
    • 1954 Frederick Lyman Abbott Award
    • 1953 Asbury Park Press All-Shore selection, 2nd team Guard
    • 1954 Asbury Park Press All-Shore selection, 1st Guard
    • 1954 Asbury Park Press All Conference selection, 1st team Guard
    • 1,049 Career Points
    • “The best basketball player ever to play at MHS.” - Lee Weisert
    • Baseball - 4 letters
    • 1953 Member NJSIAA Group III Champions
    • 1953 led the baseball team with .333 BAVG
    • 1974 Inductee Southwest Missouri Community College Sports Hall of Fame
    • 2009 Inductee Mississippi Community and Junior College Hall of Fame
    • 2006 Inductee Missouri College Athletic Hall of Fame
    • Tied for 27th for all-time wins nationally in girl’s high school basketball - 699 (Forest Scott & Magolia High School, MS)
    • Runs the longest running girl’s high school basketball clinic in the US - 43 years.

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      Joseph "Dutch" Nichols
              Class of 1954




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          George Dempsey
             1985 -2010








    • Hired in 1949
    • Began as Assistant Football Coach under Granville Magee
    • Taught Ancient History, World History and Social Studies I
    • Became Head Football Coach in 1950
    • Record 67 -36 - 2
    • All but 1 season .500 or better
    • 1958 CJ Gr. III Championship
    • "has been more than a coach.  His friendliness and sincere interest in his students will long be remembered by those who know him.  Our thanks also go out to Mrs. Manson, who will never be forgotten for her hospitality when the team gathered at her home". ~ 1963 Yearbook Dedication
    • "The Varsity Football Team played hard for Coach Manson"~ 1963 Football page in Yearbook.
    • His best season was in 1958 when he coached the Big Blue to the Central Jersey Group III and Shore Conference Championships.