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ASCS Alumni (2014) Featured for Her Community Work 

ASCS alumni (2014) and now a Cardinal Newman High School Senior was featured for her community work. Morgan Sousa (pictured far left) has been working very diligently over the last 5 months on the Bluewater Babes Fish For A Cure Fishing Tournament, a charity that raises funds to support women with breast and ovarian cancer. Morgan was selected as the committee head of the teen division which raises funds for children of women affected by cancer. Morgan's committee raised over $22,000 which will help pay for summer camps, school supplies, and tuition. "I joined the Bluewater Teen Babes team because cancer has truly changed and touched my life. I want women who are fighting breast and ovarian cancer to know that their families and children will be cared for during their time of need. Through this organization, they will always have guardian angels watching out for them."
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Bluewater Teen Babes

ASCS Alumni (2015) Achieves Rank of Eagle Scout

Michael DiFederico, 16, of Stuart completed his Eagle Project this summer.  Working with missionary Djumy Septembre at of Port St. Lucie, he collected 500 pairs of new and slightly used sneakers to be sent to the CARHA Mission in Haiti.  This project will directly aid young children, Pre-K through High School, so they may attend classes this fall with the proper shoe attire.

A junior at John Carroll High in Ft. Pierce, Michael enlisted the help of his classmates as well as teachers who embraced the project. In addition the young men of his Troop 840 helped by passing out flyers throughout the neighborhoods imploring people to donate.  He was in contact with former classmates of All Saints School in Jupiter who accumulated more sneakers as well as donations.  Above all that Michael collected sneakers at his parish of St. Christopher in Hobe Sound.  Family and friends were also recruited to chip in.  Finally, he was asked to make a presentation to The Knights of Columbus, where he ultimately received much needed support.

In collecting the slightly worn sneakers, after inspection, some needed washing and others required shoe laces to be replaced.  DiFederico laundered the sneakers and labeled them according to size and gender. He used the donations to pay for the shipping and to buy new sneakers.  He also threw in a few soccer balls for fun. They were then shipped to Haiti and were given out to the children, just in time for school to begin. 

UPDATE: On September 20, 2017, Michael passed his Eagle Scout Board of Review.

Alumni earns Eagle Scout

Congratulations to Class of 2013 alumni Shane Drohan (pictured second from right)!  Shane has signed with Florida State University to play baseball. Read more here:  

The Catholic University Anthony J. Bottoni Leadership Award was established in 2000 to honor the football team's outstanding senior leader. The award is named in honor of Anthony J. Bottoni, a two-year starting right guard for the Cardinals who was passed tragically in December of 1999. Just a month prior, Bottoni helped Catholic win its first league football championship with a 6-0 record in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. 

Ross Sanford, a 2009 ASCS alumni, is a two-time All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference Linebacker who served as a team captain last season. A four-year contributor to the program, he led the team in tackles and was third in the conference as a junior while adding three sacks, nine tackles for loss and two interceptions. Last year he matched his sack totaled, forced two fumbles and recorded seven and a half tackles for loss. He finished his Catholic career with 239 tackles, 19 tackles for loss and five forced turnovers. Additionally, he is a two-time member of the ODAC All-Academic Team.

Congratulations to Ross Sanford!  

Ross Sanford receives The Anthony J. Bottoni Leadership Award The Anthony J. Bottoni Leadership Award from Catholic University.