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60 rowers pull together at ‘Row for Humanity’

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Submitted/Rower Martin Brenner rows the final leg of the relay for the green team. Submitted/Rower Martin Brenner rows the final leg of the relay for the green team.

LINWOOD – The Mainland Regional High School rowing team hosted its eighth annual “Row for Humanity – Erg-a-Thon” Saturday, Jan. 26 to benefit Habitat for Humanity. The Erg-a-thon is an indoor rowing competition where rowers compete against each other to see who is the fastest. Sixty rowers participated including rowers from Absegami High School who all rowed a 2k. This year the competition included seven girls from the Northfield Community School who rowed a 1k. The day ended with two relay races of Mainland Green team vs. Mainland White team for the boys and the girls. The relay race is always a crowd pleaser. Each race this year came right down to the wire with the Mainland White teams winning for the boys and girls.

Submitted/Absegami rower Kyle Hirschman receives his gold medal. Submitted/Absegami rower Kyle Hirschman receives his gold medal.

Submitted/A team of seventh graders from the Northfield Community School – Danielle Allen, Molly Rosado, Alyx Storms, Emily Lind, Sarah Thompson, Jennifer Tamiani and Jessica Higbee show their stuff at the Mainland Crew erg-a-thon Saturday, Jan. 26. Submitted/A team of seventh graders from the Northfield Community School – Danielle Allen, Molly Rosado, Alyx Storms, Emily Lind, Sarah Thompson, Jennifer Tamiani and Jessica Higbee show their stuff at the Mainland Crew erg-a-thon Saturday, Jan. 26.

Submitted/Fans having a great time. Submitted/Fans having a great time.

Submitted/Martin Brenner receives his silver medal. Submitted/Martin Brenner receives his silver medal.

Submitted/Molly Rosado, seventh-grade student at the Northfield Community School, gets coaching from her big sister Jenna along with Jaclyn Thompson. Submitted/Molly Rosado, seventh-grade student at the Northfield Community School, gets coaching from her big sister Jenna along with Jaclyn Thompson. '

Submitted/Senior rower, Danielle Kiejdan is focused and determined. Submitted/Senior rower, Danielle Kiejdan is focused and determined.

Submitted/Senior rower Kennedy Staffo rows hard. Submitted/Senior rower Kennedy Staffo rows hard.

Submitted/Junior Patrick Green prepares to row. Submitted/Junior Patrick Green prepares to row.

Photos submitted by Maindland High School Rowing

 

 


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