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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

Coach Fulham – Football


Outgoing Head Coach Mr. Matthew Fulham has become the winningest football coach after a long career at Edison High. This year, the team had a season record of 9–4, and defeated Lenape to win a sectional title for the first...

Coach Mohr – Boys Basketball


Head Coach Mr. Charles Mohr has become the winningest coach of the boys basketball team. This winter, the team finished with a record of 8–14, and 7–7 in the Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC).  The Eagle’s Eye requested...

Coach Abene – Baseball

June 6, 2023

  Mr. Vincent Abene, head coach of Edison baseball, has secured the title of winningest coach. Abene has been a long-time baseball coach, and this year has been a turnaround from the previous season record of 7–17–1,...

Coach Yocum – Girls Lacrosse


Head Coach Ms. Sara Yocum has secured the title of winningest coach for girls lacrosse.  Yocum began coaching lacrosse two years ago in the 2021 spring season and, last year, achieved her winningest season of 9–6. Currently,...

Dance Ensemble

A Memorable Display of Black History

It is no secret that staff, teachers, and students at Edison High strive to maintain a diverse representation of all groups at Edison High School. From the Gay-Straight Alliance’s efforts to give the LGBTQ+ community a voice,...

Jada Bonds 24 (left) competes in a relay race and Jaxon Appelman 24 (right) ready to pitch.

Bonds Runs, Appelman Bats

ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Staff Writer May 5, 2023

Bonds Runs Racing on the track is our first athlete of the week, Jada Bonds ‘24. Bonds has been hitting amazing times with her races, including a recent personal best of 1:01.2 in the 400m race at the Husky Relays. Additionally,...

EHS DECA poses for an outdoor photo.

DECA State Conference: Shaping the Business Leaders of Tomorrow

Edison High School students participated in the Distributive Education Clubs of America’s (DECA) state conference in Atlantic City, taking place from February 27 to March 1. Out of seventy-three competing EHS students, fifteen...

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