Madison Lavender, daughter of James and Jennifer Lavender of Woolwich Township.

Madison Lavender

School Activities: Madison is a member of Student Council, S.A.D.D. Club, Softball, Tennis, Student Voice, Unified Physical Education, Student Ambassador, and Renaissance.

Out of School Activities: Madison is involved in Don’t Bully Us Pitbull Rescue, South Jersey Animal Rescue, and is a store clerk at Sweetsboro Pastry Shoppe.

Honors/Awards:  Madison is Captain of the Girls Tennis Team, Student Council President, NJASC (New Jersey Association of Student Councils) State Student Council Officer, was Class Secretary, S.A.D.D. Club Vice President, National Honor Society, World Language Honor Society, Student Ambassador Executive Board, Renaissance Executive Board, and Superintendent’s List.

Future Plans: Madison plans to attend college to achieve a doctorate degree in genetic science.

Peyton Rieger, daughter of Matt and Ginger Rieger of Woolwich Township.

Peyton Rieger

School Activities:  Peyton is a member of Varsity Field Hockey, Varsity Girls Wrestling, STEM Academy, Physics Club, Renaissance, Unified Club, Unified Physical Education, SURE/SIA Club, Unified Track, Foreign Language Club, Student Council General Member, and she created the Morgan’s Message Chapter at Kingsway, which is an organization to spread mental health awareness and acceptance in the student-athlete community.

Out of School Activities:  Peyton volunteers and coaches with the Youth Field Hockey Program. She also volunteers at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, is a lifeguard, and a referee for Youth Field Hockey.

Honors/Awards:  Peyton is the Field Hockey Captain, Girls Wrestling Captain, National Honor Society, chosen for the Tri-County Conferences Positive Coaching Alliance Workshop for the Triple Impact Player, World Language Honor Society, and was chosen Physical Education Student of the Month for January 2020.

Future Plans:  Peyton will be playing Division 1 field hockey at Temple University and majoring with Health Professions in hopes of going on to Med School to become a doctor, who can positively impact the lives of her future patients.

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