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SEPT. 30OCT. 6, 2015

K9 EZ to carry on legacy of detective


By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
Evesham Township resident
and Burlington County Prosecutors Office Det. Sgt. Edward
Zubrzycki passed away on May 7
at the age of 43, leaving behind
his wife and four young children.
With that tragedy still in mind,
the Evesham Police Department
announced the name of the
newest member of its K9 Unit a
name Evesham Police Chief
Christopher Chew said will carry
on the legacy of a great person
and friend of the department.
At the Sept. 22 meeting of the
Evesham Township Council, with
Zubrzyckis family, friends and
colleagues in attendance, Chew
introduced the public to EZ, a
16-month-old German Shepherd
raised in the Netherlands.
Chew said the department decided on the name EZ for its
newest K9 after holding a contest
through which the department
solicited names from children in
the school district in an attempt
to strengthen ties with the community.
It was probably the most joyful experience Ive had as a police
chief because you get an opportunity to see children at their best,
and some of the names they came
up with are hilarious, Chew
said.
However, Chew said one suggested name in particular stood
out to the department as having a

ZANE CLARK/The Sun

The Evesham Police Department recently named its newest K9 EZ to honor the legacy of resident and
Burlington County Prosecutors Office Det. Sgt. Edward Zubrzycki. Zubrzycki passed away on May 7 at
the age of 43. Pictured is EZs handler, Officer Samuel Funches, officially pinning on EZs badge.
more personal message attached
to it.
During the meeting, Chew read
from an anonymous letter the department received that suggested
Zubrzyckis nickname of EZ for
the new K9.
In letter were phrases such as
true gentleman, great friend
to many, devout family man
and compassionate law enforce-

ment officer.
Chew said naming the new K9
after Zubrzycki was a joyful experience for the department.
This gives us an opportunity
to carry Eds legacy and what he
was about, because he came right
into a room and you knew who Ed
was brightened up the room, lot
of smiles, jokes about everything,
great person, Chew said.

Mayor Randy Brown also


praised the decision, and said he
had become very close to Zubrzyckis children, who he described
as amazing young boys and girls.
I think it speaks so much for
legacy and the ideals of the way
in which Ed lived, and were really excited to have the K9 named
EZ, and I know the family is very
proud of it, too, Brown said.

EZs handler will be Officer


Samuel Funches, who Chew said
stood out during the selection
process and was someone who
had been interested in K9s since
joining the department in 2011.
As soon as you talk to him, you
know this is a guy with a big
heart, big smile and he really
cares, Chew said.
Chew said EZ recently started
three months of training for general patrol duties and afterward
will begin another three months
of narcotic detection training before hitting the street.
Chew also noted that no taxpayer dollars were spent for the
purchase of EZ, which was funded entirely through the efforts of
the non-profit Evesham Township Police Foundation.
Foundation member Dr. Carlyn
Phucas also used the meeting to
present the department with a
$7,000 check, as did students from
Jaggard Elementary School, who
gave the department $575 raised
by students at the school.
Not to be left out, EZ also received a gift basket at the meeting
on behalf of Zubrzyckis sisters,
his wife Rachel and his children
Jake, Katie, Abbie and Brynn.
Those interested in supporting
the Evesham Police Foundation
can contact Michael Barth at
barthm@eveshampd.org.
An ongoing support fund for
Zubrzyckis children can be found
at
www.zubrzyckichildrensupportfund.com.

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Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-19
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

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Police officers revive


heroin overdose victim
The following reports are on
file with the Evesham Police Department:
On Sept. 20 at 9:56 p.m., an officer patrolling inside the DDACTS
Zone conducted a motor vehicle
stop on Route 73. During the investigation, the officer observed
drug paraphernalia in plain view
inside the vehicle. A
subsequent search of
the vehicle by officers
resulted in the discovery of 11 bags of heroin along with hypodermic needles.
Arrested:
A male, age 35, of Marlton, was
charged with third-degree possession of heroin and a disorderly
persons offense for possession of
drug paraphernalia. He was released on his own recognizance.

Evesham Police responded to


the unit block of Oak Avenue on
the night of Aug. 28 following a
911 call reporting an unresponsive male who had overdosed on
heroin.
Responding officers found the
victim lying unresponsive and
not breathing on the floor of a
bedroom closet.
Officers quickly administered nasal Narcan and revived the
victim, who was then
taken by the Evesham
Rescue squad and
paramedics to a local
hospital for further medical treatment.
All 73 of Evesham sworn officers are trained and issued nasal
Narcan kits. Narcan is a brand
name of the generic drug naloxone hydrochloride.

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ON CAMPUS
Christina Kurtz of Marlton, a
recent graduate of Widener University, was named to the president's list for the spring 2015 semester.
The following Marlton area
students participated in the 2015
commencement ceremonies at
The College of New Jersey on
Thursday, May 21 and Friday, May
22.
Ingrid Wolfe
James Bryfogle
Michael Flanagan
Rachael Scott
Kristen Speigel
Kayla DiSibio
Adriana Aurite
Nicole Cammarota
Jesse Schor
Garrett Stein
Caitlin Gillespie
Carolyn Jeral
Amanda Korth
Kyle Packer
Cherise Stankovitch
Jessica Wilson
Nicholas Schade
Christopher Grimes
Lauren Karpovich
Michael Chiumento
Lauren Priest of Marlton received a bachelors of science degree in kinesiology at the University of Rhode Island's 129th Commencement on Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17.
Matthew C. Shikitino of Marlton
completed his baccalaureate studies at SUNY Oswego, earning a
bachelors of science degree in
business administration.
Paige Brooks of Marlton, a
member of the Colgate University Class of 2016, has earned the
dean's award for academic excellence for the spring 2015 semester.
Lauren Tracy of Marlton has
been named to the 2015 spring semester dean's list at Lafayette College for outstanding academic
achievement.
Chelsea Cantone, a June 2014
Cherokee High School graduate,
has earned the honor of placement on the dean's list at The Colplease see ON, page 6

THE MARLTON SUN SEPT. 30OCT. 6, 2015

in our opinion

Drones should be restricted


N.J. law would be good, but federal government needs to step in, too

108 Kings Highway East


Haddonfield, NJ 08033
856-427-0933
Dan McDonough Jr.
chairman of elauwit media

here are laws in place to protect peoples privacy. For example, it is not legal for someone
to walk onto your property and peer
into your ground-floor windows. It is
not legal for someone to place a ladder
against your house to climb and look
through your second-floor windows. It
is not legal for someone to walk on
your property and take photographs
or video.
However, the law becomes a little unclear when you take the situations
above and replace the trespassing person in question with a drone.
New Jersey, thankfully, is trying to
clear up any ambiguity.
State Sen. Richard Codey is proposing legislation that would require
drones sold in New Jersey to be
equipped with technology that would

Your thoughts
What are your thoughts on limiting the
use of drones? Share your thoughts on
this, and other topics, through a letter to
the editor.

keep them from flying above 500 feet


and from restricted air space.
Before commercial aviation and
other technology wer around, a property owner was entitled to everything
on his or her land, including the soil
beneath and the air above. Naturally,
that changed over time, so as to not
prevent airplanes from flying overhead.
Now, though, the availability and affordability of drones has brought into
question just what should and should
not be allowed.
We agree with Codey that we dont

want someone flying a drone over our


house, or on our property, for that matter.
We like our privacy, and feel we are
entitled to it.
We also agree that, on a much larger
scale, drones can present safety issues as they did at the U.S. Open tennis tournament, a University of Kentucky football game and sightings
around Newark Liberty Airport recently.
And while we hope our legislators
pass regulations on drones within our
state, we hope the federal government
takes steps to pass federal bans and restrictions on drones, so people cant
just go over the state line to purchase a
drone without the restrictive technology and then fly it over our house with
no regard for our privacy or safety.

on campus
Continued from page 4

list: Alyssa Perini, a member of the class of


2018; and Samantha Pharo, a member of the
class of 2018,

lege of New Jersey, School of Engineering


for the spring semester. She was also on the
dean's list for the fall 2014 semester.

Clemson University has announced the


dean's list for the spring semester: Alison
Mary Farrell, a bioengineering major, and
Melanie Renee Sage, an architecture major.

ON

Amanda Hickey of Marlton, a communication major of the Class of 2015 at Marist


College, has been named to the spring
deans list.

Charles Sedor, a construction management major and resident of Marlton, was


among the students from Florida Institute
of Technology in Melbourne named to the
dean's list for the spring semester.

Julie Warren of Marlton was named to


the 2015 dean's list at Union College. Warren is a member of the Class of 2015, majoring in neuroscience and classics.

Courtney Kresge of Marlton was named


to the dean's list at the University of New
Haven for the Spring 2015 semester.

Loyola University Maryland has announced the members of its spring dean's

Marlton residents were among nearly


1,550 students named to The University of

Scranton dean's list, which recognizes students for academic excellence during the
spring semester.
They were: Kevin Munns, a junior economics major in the University's College of
Arts and Sciences, and Adriana Samoni, a
junior sociology major in the University's
College of Arts and Sciences.
The 41st graduating class of Widener
University School of Law Delaware campus received diplomas in a ceremony on
the campus lawn Saturday, May 16. Leah
Traub of Marlton graduated and earned a
juris doctor.
Alexis Michalski of Marlton achieved a
perfect 4.0 GPA during the spring 2015 semester, earning a spot on the Hofstra University provost's list.

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WEDNESDAY SEPT. 30
Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 11 a.m.
Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton Road. Knit and/or crochet?
Then come join other knitting
and crochet fans for an hour (or
more, if preferred) of relaxed,
social yarn time. Registration is
not required. More information
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
On the Road in New Jersey: Adult.
7 p.m. Evesham Library at 984
Tuckerton Road. Tales of the
weird and strange in New Jersey.
Join Victorian Vanities as it
explores the quirkiness that is the
state. Registration is required.
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call the library at (856) 983-1444.
MOMS club: For at-home mothers.
Email
momsclubmarltons@
gmail.com for information.
Preschool storytime: Barnes and
Noble, 200 West Route 70. 11 a.m.
Call 596-7058 for information.
Overeaters Anonymous: 4:15 p.m.
at Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609) 239-0022.

THURSDAY OCT. 1
Library Babies: Ages 12-24. 10:30
a.m. Evesham Library at 984
Tuckerton Road. Join Ms. Mary
for stories, rhymes, music and
play time. Registration is
required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or

call the library at (856) 983-1444.


BNI Evesham Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at Indian Spring Country
Club, 115 S. Elmwood Road. BNI is
a business and professional networking referral organization.
Join us to learn more about how
to grow your business. Call Jim
for details at (856) 669-2602.
BNI Marlton Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow
your business. Call Ray for details
at (609) 760-0624.
Mat Pilates: Gibson House. Targets
abs, back, posture, balance and
flexibility. Call 985-9792 for information.
Piloxing: Gibson House. Non-contact, explosive boxing drills using
one-pound piloxing gloves. Call
985-9792 for information.
Recovering Couples Anonymous: 7
p.m. at Prince of Peace Church, 61
E. Route 70. Call 596-4815 or
email kp5308@comcast.net for
information.

FRIDAY OCT. 2
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609)
239-0022
or
visit
www.oa.org for information.

SEPT. 30OCT. 6, 2015

p.m. Celebrate National Costume Swap Day. Evesham


Library at 984 Tuckerton Road.
Join us for a fun costume swap
day with five Burlington County
libraries participating. Collect a
ticket for each costume donated.
Events at Bordentown, Evesham,
Medford, Pemberton and Westampton.
Registration
not
required. More information
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609)
239-0022
or
visit
www.oa.org for information.

SUNDAY OCT. 4
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church:
All. 10 a.m. A Ministry Celebration
Worship Service. 61 East Route
70. The church will be celebrating and having a ministry celebration worship service and then a
"Celebration Picnic and Pig
Roast" following the worship
service. Meet neighbors, play
games and have delicious food,
provided by the members of
Prince of Peace. All are welcome!
Check out the churchs website at
www.popmarlton.org.

MONDAY OCT. 5

SATURDAY OCT. 3

Overeaters Anonymous: 1:30 p.m.


at Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609)
239-0022
or
visit
www.oa.org for information.

Costume Swap: All ages. 10 a.m. 2

TUESDAY OCT. 6

Snack Attack: 10:30 a.m. Ages 3-6


years. Evesham Library at 984
Tuckerton Road. Join Ms. Holly
and the registered dietician from
the Shop Rite of Marlton as the
library listens to a story and
learns how to prepare a delicious
snack with seasonal ingredients.
Please list any food allergies.
Registration required. Register
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
Medicare & You: 7 p.m. Adult. Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton
Road. Learn how Medicare works
and what rights and entitlements
are. This event is only for educational purposes and no plan-specific benefits or details will be
shared. Registration requested,
but walk-ins welcome. Register
online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609)
239-0022
or
visit
www.oa.org for information.
Questions of Faith support group: 3
p.m. at Samaritan Center for Grief
Support, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 180.
Call (800) 596-8550 to register.
Marlton Central Networkers Chapter: 11:30 a.m. at Marcos at Indian
Spring, 115 S. Elmwood Road. BNI
meets Tuesdays for lunch. Feel free
to bring plenty of business cards
and a guest or two to find out how a
trade exclusive business networking group can help increase qualified referrals. Call (856) 304-9320
for more information.

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SEPT. 30OCT. 6, 2015 THE MARLTON SUN 9

Zubrzyckis help celebrate naming of new K9

ZANE CLARK/The Sun

At the Sept. 22 meeting of the Evesham Township Council, Evesham Township Police named its new K9
EZ to carry on the legacy of Evesham resident and Burlington County Prosecutors Office Det. Sgt. Edward Zubrzycki, who passed away on May 7 at the age of 43. From left: Zubrzyckis daughter Brynn,
Zubrzyckis wife Rachel, Zubrzyckis children Katie, Jake and Abbie, Evesham Chief of Police Christopher
Chew, K9 handler Officer Samuel Funches and K9 EZ.

10 THE MARLTON SUN SEPT. 30OCT. 6, 2015

Samaritan Center for Grief


Support hosting programs
The Samaritan Center for Grief
Support, a member of the Samaritan Family of Services, announces its October support
group schedule.
Grief is a natural, healthy and
universal emotion. It helps us accept a loss and begin to heal. You
dont have to grieve alone, says
Kim Rumaker, manager of the
Samaritan Center for Grief Support. The following support
groups will be offered by the
Samaritan Center for Grief Support staff beginning in October:
Sharing Suicides Sorrows
($30 Six Sessions) For friends
and family grieving a suicide

death. Sessions start Tuesday,


Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. at the Samaritan
Healthcare & Hospice Center for
Grief 5 Eves Drive, Marlton.
Understanding Grief (No
charge One session) An
Overview of the Grief Process
The will be held Session held
Thursday, Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. at the
Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice
Center for Grief 5 Eves Drive,
Marlton.
The Grieving Heart For
adults grieving the loss of a family member of friend. The sessions
will take place at Virtua Memorial in Mt. Holly 175 Madison Ave.,
Mt. Holly and at Hammonton Li-

brary 451 South Egg Harbor


Road, Hammonton.
The Mt. Holly session will take
place on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 2
to 3:30 p.m., and the Hammonton
session will take place on Oct. 17
from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Samaritans grief
support
groups are open to anyone in the
community, but registration is required at (856) 596-8550.
Other center services include
grief counseling for adults and
children, and PTSD services for
active military and veterans.
To view a complete schedule of
upcoming support groups, visit:
www.samaritannj.org.

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Two boating safety courses upcoming


Southern New Jersey boat
owners can get a step ahead on
next years safe boating season by
registering for About Boating
Safely, the official Coast Guard
Auxiliary boating safety course.
Experienced boating safety instructors and members of Coast
Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 1808,
Marlton, will teach the course in
two, four=hour sessions, at
Rowan College at Burlington
County, formerly Burlington
County College, Mt. Laurel campus, Briggs Road, from 6-10 p.m.,
Wednesday, Oct. 28 and Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Boaters who successfully complete the course will be awarded
the NJ boating certificate, required by the State Police for all
New Jersey boaters and personal
watercraft operators.
Topics include basic navigation rules, boating terminology
and safe boat handling, safety
equipment and more. All students
receive the textbook and numer-

ous additional informative handouts.


Boaters should register by contacting Mark Rubino, (609) 3640929. A registration fee of $60 includes all course materials and
certificate processing.
The United States Coast Guard
Auxiliary, founded in 1939, is the
uniformed, volunteer arm of the
United States Coast Guard. Auxiliary duties include: Promote and
improve recreational boating
safety, provide trained crews and
facilities to augment the Coast
Guard and enhance safety and security of our ports, waterways,
and coastal regions and support
Coast Guard operational, administrative and logistical requirements.

Scenes from Around


the World in October
The Center for the Arts in
Southern New Jersey, located 123
S. Elmwood Road, is presenting a

Scenes from Around the World


exhibit. This multimedia exhibit
will depict the artists view of the
world around him or her. Artwork can depict people and places
from trips here at home and
around the world. The exhibit is
open to members and non-members of the center. The artwork is
for sale and can be purchased
from the Center for the Arts. A reception for the exhibit will be
held on Thursday, Oct. 15 from at
the center. The reception is free
and open to the public. The exhibit will also free and open to the
public through from Oct. 5-26,
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.
3 p.m. and Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m.

County Health Dept.


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Township Department of Recreation and Senior Services, the
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Library to host appraisal show


LIBRARY
Continued from page 12
Burlington County Health Department will be offering
flu/pneumonia shots on Thursday Oct. 8 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at
the Gibson House, 535 E. Main St.
Anyone 18 or over is eligible to
receive the flu shot. Those who attend the event are asked to bring
all necessary insurance information with them when they arrive.

Appraisal Show to be
held at library Oct. 7
The Friends of Evesham Township Library are sponsoring an
Appraisal Show on Oct. 7, at 7
p.m., at the Evesham Township
Library, 984 Tuckerton Road.
The show is being presented by
Rochelle Christopher and John
Thompson of Victorian Vanities
from Philadelphia. Both presenters are dynamic and energetic
speakers who create exciting, informative and interactive programs.
If interested, please bring two
antique items.

Each person will have one item


appraised. If there is time, the
second item might be appraised.
Arrive 15 minutes prior to the
show if you have items for appraisal.
This year, The Friends of Evesham Township Library, which is
a non-profit organization that
supports the many programs and
activities of the library, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Garden Club to host


program on Oct. 8
On Oct. 8, the Garden Club of
Marlton's program will be "Dragonflies and Damselfies" given by
Jennifer Bulava, park naturalist
with the Burlington County Park
System.
She will be exploring the fascinating world of the dainty and
glittery, but voraciously carnivorous predators. The program will
begin at 12:45 p.m. and it will held
at the Gibson House, 535 Main St.
in Marlton.

For more information contact


Kristie at (609) 280-0599.

Marlton Elks holding


Brew event Oct. 17
The Marlton Elks have announced their Red White & Brew
Event on Oct. 17.
The Elks Veterans Committee
will be serving up homemade
pulled pork sandwiches and sides
along with an IPA tasting.
The event supports the work of
the Marlton Elks such as Stand
Down in Cherry Hill, flag retirements and other works.
The event runs from 4 p.m.
until 8 p.m. at Marlton Elks Lodge
426 Evesboro-Medford Road. The
Elks invite the public to come on
out and meet the Elks and have a
great time with great food cooked
by the Elks.
For more details see the Elks
website MarltonElks2514.org or
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Kate Rathman, an eighth grader from DeMasi Middle School,
won the Cherokee Challenges
middle school girls division for a
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Carbonara of Franklinville to
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expectations for Rathman entering the 2015 Cherokee Challenge.
As a seventh grader in 2014, Rathman won the event with a time of
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runner to win the event in the
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I was very surprised and I was
really happy that I was the first
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Rathman is only in her third
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Running cross-country for the
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running on a track, cross country
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At first, I was having trouble
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I've gotten better at it. I've figured
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Rathman credited her coach
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cross country quickly and helping to pave the way for her first
Cherokee Challenge win in 2014.
Strategy and pacing myself
has helped me improve a lot,
Rathman said.
After last years win, Rathman
said she felt pressure to repeat
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Marlton resident Kate Rathman, left, runs along the course at the
20th annual Cherokee Challenge on Sept. 12. Rathman won the middle school girls division for a second straight year. She is the only
Marlton resident to win in the middle school girls division in the
meets history.
she had was her knowledge of the
2,400-meter course.
To prepare for the meet and the
season, Rathman doubled up on
her workouts during the summer.
I bumped up my workouts
with my dad, she said. I tried to
think of different scenarios, like
if it happened during the race,
what would I do.
Rathman didnt lead during the
entire race, but she did run close
to the front. Most of the second
half of the race had her going
back and forth with Carbonara
for the lead. Rathman said she
was just waiting for an opening.
Up the final hill, I sprinted
right past her, Rathman said.
And then I ran down the hill and
kept sprinting.
Rathman sprinted all the way
to the finish line for the win.
After winning last seasons race

by less than a second, Rathman


finished seven seconds ahead of
the second place Carbonara this
year.
I was very relieved, Rathman
said. I felt like it wasn't even
real. I was happy I got it over with
and I achieved.
Rathmans win at the Cherokee
Challenge was just the beginning
for the eighth grader. The following weekend at Rowan College at
Gloucester County, Rathman won
the South Jersey Shootout by
more than 10 seconds, helping
Marlton to a team victory.
With back-to-back middle
school Cherokee Challenge titles
under her belt, Rathman hopes to
add more titles to her resume. She
plans to run for Cherokee as a
freshman next year and hopes to
be the first Chief to win the freshman division of the race.

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