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JUNE 1723, 2015

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Medford pooch Cello competes


in dock diving competitions
around the country
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
In the United States, DockDogs was established in 2000 as an
athletic event in which dogs compete in jumping for distance
or height from a dock into a body of water. Its first event was
held at the ESPN 2000 Great Outdoor Games competition.
Fifteen years later, this organization has done nothing but
grow, and two of its biggest competitors live right in here in
Medford.
A 4-year-old German shorthaired pointer that goes by the
please see CELLO, page 14
KEVIN MEYERS/Special to The Sun

Hooch shows some distance on his leaping skills as he competes in the extreme vert event at a DockDogs competition.
He is not yet 1 year old and is already following in his halfsister Limoncellos winning footsteps. Hooch hopes to soon
also qualify for the world championships.

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Extended time is needed to develop a depth of understanding as
expected by the increased rigor of
the Common Core, Superintendent Joseph Del Rossi said to parents.
Having an entire school year of
extended days will also speed up
the gains in knowledge of students by providing teachers with
more time to teach different
skills.
The jump from a half-day
schedule to a full-day schedule
will be a change in the school system that will result in no additional cost for taxpayers.
Funding this initiative will
come via program cost containment, reduction in staff via a
slight decline in enrollment, staff
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The Medford Board of Education announced at its last meeting
that the S.P.A.R.K.lers (Sending
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July for its second consecutive
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the start of next school year.
After examining neighboring
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rid of the half-day program that

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Former Shawnee basketball star pens


book on career, Hoop Dreams Fulfilled

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By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
The highest level of credibility
someone can achieve when attempting to tell a story is having
lived the experience themselves.
As a junior on the Shawnee
High School basketball team,
Tyson Hartnetts basketball career took off, and 10 years later, he
is here to share every minute detail of that journey through his
recently written book, Hoop
Dreams Fulfilled.
I tell people I played pro basketball and they want to hear all
about it, Hartnett said. Ive experienced all of these things that
arent normal, and I figured a
book would be the best way to express these experiences with people.
Hartnett grew up in Medford
Lakes and he played a lot of
sports.

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Around seventh grade is when
I realized I had to choose something, Hartnett said. Do I want
to play a lot of sports for fun and
be average or take one seriously?
Hartnett had always enjoyed
training for basketball and taking
countless shots in the gym. At
that point in his life, he shared a

common goal of many of his


peers to play professionally in
the NBA.
I thought if I put the work in,
it would end up happening in the
end, but thats not always the
case, Hartnett said.
He referred multiple times to
Jason Thompson, a former AAU
teammate of his who is now the
longest-tenured player on the
NBAs Sacramento Kings.
During their AAU days, there
was not a whole lot that separated
him from the team.
However, after factoring in elements that were out of his control
such as size and politics that surround sports, hard work was not
the end all, be all.
Early in Hartnetts career, he
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in our opinion

The Internet will follow you


The past is not truly the past online
his week has us thinking about
the future of our kids a lot.
High school seniors, eighth
graders and kindergarteners will all
celebrate graduations this week, closing one door behind them and opening
another in front of them.
Its a vast new world that these kids
and young adults are living in, one
that is drastically different from the
one in which their parents lived at
their age.
Technology has provided plenty of
good, plenty of opportunities that the
kids of even 10 to 20 years ago didnt
have. Its mind-boggling.
And its also potentially dangerous.
The Internet can give a person a voice
that can reach millions of people with
a few taps on a keyboard. In terms of
civic involvement, in research and in

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being safe online? Share your thoughts on
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other areas, this is something plenty of


us would have loved to have had when
we were younger. With the opportunity, though, also comes the potential for
long-lasting damage.
Kids dont often listen to their parents and teachers when they try to
teach them lessons. So maybe they can
learn a lesson from pop star Iggy Azalea.
Last week, posts that Azalea made to
Twitter four years ago have resurfaced, with screen shots of her posts
showing insensitive sexual and racist

Dan McDonough Jr.

remarks. As a result, Azalea cancelled


a scheduled performance at Pittsburghs LGBT Pride event last weekend.
The Pittsburgh chapter of the Gay,
Lesbian & Straight Education Network didnt march in the Pittsburgh
Pride parade because Azalea was
scheduled to perform.
Azalea, who turned 25 years old this
month, is facing the music for things
she posted as a 21-year-old.
Its a lesson we can all learn from
once you post it, its there forever.
Even though Azalea deleted those
four-year-old Tweets, they were still
available for someone to find.
So, kids, be careful what you post.
Be careful what you do online. It may
seem innocent now, but it could come
back to haunt you years down the line.

The Sun wants to know: What makes your dad great?


Share your stories with our readers for Fathers Day on June 21
He was there when you took your first
step, rode your first bike and caught your
first baseball. He was the one you called
when you aced that calculus exam. He
walked you down the aisle on your wedding day. He became an amazing grandfather to your kids.
Hes your one and only dad, and this Fathers Day, The Sun wants to celebrate with
your stories.

What makes your dad the best? From


he grills the best burgers to he helped
me buy my first house and everything in
between, we want to know. Tell us why
your life is better because of your dad.
Dads arent always determined by biology, either. Maybe you have another influence in your life you would like to celebrate
on Fathers Day. Maybe your uncle helped
raise you. Maybe youve watched your best

friend become the worlds best dad to his


own kids. Maybe youd like to say thanks to
that teacher who made all the difference.
Whoever it may be, share you story with
The Sun.
Send in your Fathers Day story, and a
photo of you and your dad, to our news
email, which is listed to the right.
Watch for your stories in an upcoming
issue of The Sun.

on campus
Krista A. Cipollone of Medford graduated
from the University of Scranton on May 31
at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
in Wilkes-Barre.
Victoria Patterson of Medford, a junior
majoring in chemical engineering at
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completed an intense, hands-on research


project in Paraguay. The project was titled
Planta Lactea.

Medford resident James Colton Schmid


is on the deans list at Wofford College for
the spring 2015 semester.

Christina Hopkins, a fashion design


major from Medford, has been named to
the spring 2015 dean's list at Mount Ida College.

Michael Reagan, from Medford, earned


dean's list honors for the spring 2015 semester at Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Md.

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JUNE 1723, 2015 THE MEDFORD SUN 7

12U Varsity Renegades capture title

Special to The Sun

Medfords 12U Varsity Renegades defeated Moorestowns 12U varsity


team 4-3 on Monday, June 8, to capture the 12U Varsity Division
title at the 2015 Moorestown Invitational A Tournament. The
championship game was held at Moorestowns Pryor Field. This was
another absolute team effort with every one of our players contributing to the win, head coach of the 12U Varsity Renegades Tom
Cahill said.

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 17
Snack Attack: Ages 4-12. Noon and
4 p.m. at Pinelands Branch
Library. Join Miss Niki, DTR, from
the Shop Rite of Medford for a
fun activity and a lesson on how
to prepare a healthy snack. Registration
required.
Visit
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Blueprint for Financial Success:
6:30 p.m. at Pinelands Branch
Library. During this free seminar,
we will explore the basics of
building financial security, including managing debt, growing savings and safeguarding against
risk and unexpected events. All
participants will receive a complimentary workbook. Registration
required.
Visit
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Medford Lakes Garden Club meeting: Vaughan Hall in Medford
Lakes. 11:30 a.m. New members
and guests welcome. Call 2682333 for information.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club:

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Kids Yoga: 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main
St., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800
for more information.

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Parachute Play: Ages 2-4. 10:30
a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Join for a half hour of parachute
games and play time together.
Must be accompanied by a caregiver. Registration required. Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/parachute-play-15.
Yoga Pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.
at Pinelands Branch Library. Yoga
Pretzels is a fun and vibrant way
to get kids bending, breathing,
twisting and stretching. Please be
sure to have the children wear
comfortable, breathable clothes
and bring a yoga mat or a large
towel to use as a mat. Registration
required.
Visit
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Candlelight Yoga: 5:30 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Please
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clothes and bring a yoga mat if


you have one. Registration
required.
Visit
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Mom's Club of Medford: 3 to 4 p.m.
at ShopRite of Medford, 208
Route 70 East. Dietitians at
ShopRite of Medford will take
moms and their pre-schoolers on
a fruit and veggie adventure that
will include a scavenger hunt and
taste tests.

Sports Saturdays at the Library:


SSX (Snowboarding): Ages 7+. 2
p.m. at the Pinelands Branch
Library. Join for two hours of
mountainous fun in SSX on the
XBox 360. Registration is
requested and guarantees you
gaming time, walk-ins are accepted. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/sports-saturdays-library-ssxsnowboarding.

FRIDAY JUNE 19

MONDAY JUNE 22

Paws to Read (Brooke): 3:30, 3:45,


4:00 and 4:15 p.m. at Pinelands
Branch Library. Children are welcome to practice their reading
skills and make a new friend by
reading aloud to Brooke, a registered therapy dog. Sign up for a
15-minute slot and see what it's
all
about.
Visit
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Men's Health and Father's Day: 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at ShopRite of Medford, 208 Route 70 East. Farm
Promise will serve samples of
maple-chili pork loin. The pork at
Farm Promise is free of antibiotics and growth hormones.
Live Right with ShopRite Kids
Day: 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at
ShopRite, 208 Route 70 East.
Join dietitians at ShopRite of
Medford to make a delicious and
nutritious, kid-friendly treat.
Please advise if your child has
any food allergies. Sign up at
Scrunchy's Playhouse.

Toddler Time: Ages 2-3. 10:30 a.m.


at Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Ms. Danielle for stories, songs
and a craft or activity. Registration
required.
Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/toddler-time-12.
Survivors of Suicide: Fellowship
Alliance Chapel, 199 Church Road.
7 p.m. Call 953-7333 ext. 309 for
information.
Oneness Blessing: Center for Conscious Living, 302 N. Washington
St., Suite 101E, 7 p.m. Call (856)
722-LOVE for information.
Pre-natal Yoga: 6 to 7:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main St.,
Medford. Call (609) 953-7800 for
more information.

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TUESDAY JUNE 23
Chess Club: Ages 7-16. 3 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Mr. Rick and his young assistants,
Michael and Ryan, for an hour of
play and/or instruction. Please
bring your chess set along if you
have one. If not, use one of ours.
Registration required. Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/chess
-club-10.
Family Movie Night: Bolt: 6 p.m.
at Pinelands Branch Library.
Bring the whole family to the
library for this month's feature,
"Bolt" (96 min.). Snacks and beverages may be served, but feel
free to bring your own goodies
and blanket to get comfy. Registration
required.
Visit
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Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club
meeting: 6:30 p.m. at Braddocks
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Chairville School after being held
at the Kirbys Mill school in its
original year.
The curriculum department
will also be continuing a special
needs program that will be held
at the Chairville School, along
with an art camp and a drama
camp.
The Stay Active and Learn
camp will be held this summer as
well. This is a similar concept to
the S.P.A.R.K.L.ers, but it was created to aid incoming first graders
as opposed to incoming kindergarteners.
The S.P.A.R.K.L.ers program
will be a bit more challenging to
plan for because there is no list of
incoming kindergarteners like
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There will be three teachers
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These teachers will apply for
these opportunities via the curriculum office.
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and Planning Tom Olsen said.
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These students are qualified
based on a criterion that includes
parent and teacher recommendations.
The students are also screened
before and after the program.
This screening consists of a series of reading and writing questions.
In the first year of the camp,
the district noticed a significant
difference in the literacy of the
students in the post screening
when comparing them to their
pre-screening results.
We found that the students entered kindergarten with a higher
level of skill development than
they did in the kindergarten

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An added concern the curriculum department discussed was
the heightened expectations by
the state for this group.
I wouldnt say they were coming in unprepared, but given the
raised expectations by the state of
New Jersey for kindergarteners,
we thought we could help some of
those students that needed a
boost, Olsen said.
The S.P.A.R.K.L.ers camp will
be tuition-free, despite the district
starting to charge for some programs.

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Lady Renegades go undefeated

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The Medford Lady Renegades U11 White went undefeated in the season ending South Jersey Girls Lacrosse Tournament held at Washington Township High School in Sewell on May 31. Back row: Bria
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camp and was even on an AAU
team coached by NBA Hall of
Famer Rick Barry.
He received a full scholarship
offer during his junior year at
Shawnee to play with a Division-I
basketball team at the University
of Maine.
I had accomplished my high
school goal, Hartnett said.
However, his experience at the
University of Maine was not
quite what he expected it to be,
and after two years of only getting on the court three times, he
decided it was time for something
else.
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but I knew I had two years of eligibility left and I knew I wanted

to spend it somewhere making


highlights as opposed to sitting
on the bench, Hartnett said.
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head coach of the Rowan college
basketball team, Joe Cassidy.
I visited, met the team and
loved everything about it, Hartnett said. Its a generally local
school based on where I grew up,
so I knew some of the guys already and I viewed it as the perfect place to finish my career.
Hartnett finished his college
stint at Rowan as an all-conference player and acknowledged
coach Cassidy for being the one
who helped him find his confidence again.
Going from Division III basketball to the NBA is nearly unheard
of, so with the help of his former
AAU coach Barry, he was able to
land on a professional team in
please see WRITING, page 13

JUNE 1723, 2015 THE MEDFORD SUN 13

Writing is outlet for Hartnett


WRITING
Continued from page 12
Sweden.
He played professionally in
Sweden, Argentina and Chile all
for one year each.
The idea of playing professionally has a glamorous worldly
feel to it, Hartnett said. When
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Bentleys and MTV cribs.
The reality of it was described
much differently by Hartnett.
.1 percent of us ever actually
make it that high. Most just end
up playing two to three times a
day, making a decent amount of
money, Hartnett said.
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recognize that foreign teams are
typically only allowed one to two
Americans, so it can be very hard
for those players to fit in with the

rest of the team, especially if


they dont speak the native language.
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things he felt so strongly about.
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next chapter of his life. He received positive feedback on his

writing and was encouraged by


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where Hooch tried extreme
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