We aim to develop both the athletic skills and the personal character necessary to succeed on and off the field. We value determination, persistence, selflessness, trust, and good teammanship as necessary skills for individual and team success.
True Blue Spirit 2014 brings together the MHS Athletic Department and the Coaches Institute at Yogi Berra Museum to offer an integrated educational program throughout the year for coaches, parents and students.
In order to honor the spirit and character of their son Brendan Tevlin, Mike and Allison Tevlin have established a fund to have the Seton Hall Lacrosse Field named in Brendan’s honor. They want to take a place that could be seen as a reminder of Brendan’s death and turn into a place to honor Brendan’s legacy. Toward that end a concert is being held to help raise money for the fund and to help Brendan's extended family through the first holiday season without him.
Concert For Brendan
"Good Vibes & Easy Living"
@The Wellmont Theater
5 Seymour St, Montclair, NJ 07043
Sunday, November 30th
5 PM - 9 PM
All proceeds will go toward the Brendan P. Tevlin '13 Memorial Field Fund. Tickets are limited and they are expecting a sellout. Please order early and share the information with friends and family!
For additional details regarding Brendan Tevlin go to link below:
Gil Gibbs was a man that never played the game of lacrosse, who took over a fledgling lacrosse program at Montclair (NJ) High School and went 4-7 against what was regarded as a weak New Jersey lacrosse schedule. Eleven years later, in 1977, he was honored by the USILA with its Man of the Year Award for having established the first nationally recognized public high school lacrosse powerhouse, located outside of Maryland or Long Island. 35 years ago, he became the last high school coach to win this prestigious honor from the USILA. Tragically, after completing his 13th season, he died of cancer in 1978, at the age of 39.
On Monday, December 1st at 11:30am, Gilbert J. Gibbs, Jr. will be inducted into the NJSIAA Hall of Fame. The ceremony and luncheon will be held at the Pines Manor, Route 27, Edison, NJ. Mr. Gibbs will be the only person honored posthumously. It would be a great statement of gratitude and honor if we would support the Gibbs family and demonstrate our love and appreciation for Mr. Gibbs by supporting this event and showing up.