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Khan Saves, Boslet Spikes

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EHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT, JADEN JORGE ’25
Maha Khan ’24 (left) at the edge of the goal after saving the ball and Brady Boslet ’24 (right) looking at his team before getting ready to serve.

Khan Saves

Our first athlete of the week for the first week of the spring season is Maha Khan ‘24 from the varsity girls lacrosse team. Khan is currently a senior captain, allowing her to lead during her final season at the nest. Recently, she made her 200th save against East Brunswick, where she had seventeen saves during that game. So far, Khan has totaled 47 saves in the first four opening games. As her team congratulates her, her coach, Coach Yocum, says that Khan “is the G.O.A.T.”

Boslet Spikes

Our second athlete of the week for the first week of the spring season is Brady Boslet ‘24 from the varsity boys volleyball team. In a recent game against Woodbridge, Boslet totaled eight kills, five blocks, and ten digs. Against North Brunswick, he totaled two kills, three blocks, five digs, and three aces. Cumulatively, Boslet has totaled 27 kills, eleven blocks, 39 digs, and eight aces on the season despite it having just started. He continues to lead his team as a senior starter as they continue undefeated this season.

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ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25
ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Photography Editor

Araniee Sothilingam has been contributing as a staff writer and photographer for "The Eagle's Eye" since her sophomore year. When she is not writing, she enjoys reading, listening to music, or taking pictures for different school events. She can also be found after school at Student Council, DECA, Film Club, or with the EHS orchestra.

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