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  • December 10, 2017

    Opening the Kellenberg Track and Field year at the 67th annual CHSAA Relays, the Girl’s team faced their most ominous rival in the first race of the day, Notre Dame Academy of Staten Island. The gun was off in the Distance Medley Relay and despite and the two teams broke immediately away from the field. Nora Bennett ran a fine 1200, handing off the baton in second place. Camryn Beckford took the baton for the 400 leg and cut the deficit to thirty-five meters. Maya Richardson ran an outstanding 800 leg, and the stage was set for Kellenberg anchor Maureen

  • December 7, 2017

    Varsity Cheerleading Most Improved Olivia Reich The most improved Varsity cheerleader is a girl that has worked tirelessly throughout the fall season to improve herself in all aspects of cheerleading. She has shown great improvement in her stunting ability and has become one of the strongest bases on the team. She was determined to improve her tumbling skills, and we are very proud of the confidence she has gained in her back handspring. We have watched this young lady turn into a mature and positive leader on the team, and we are happy to acknowledge her improvements and dedication. The

  • December 5, 2017

    Congratulations to senior setter Madison Gale and junior quarterback Matt Sluka on earning All Long Island honors from Newsday. Madison Gale Her 589 assists and 27 aces paced the Firebirds to a third straight CHSAA title. From the Varsity Volleyball coaches: "When something is of great value, people often think in terms of monetary items—gold, treasure, cash.  In the world of sports, when you start talking about who is the most valuable, you are essentially referring to that athlete who contributes most to her team’s success. In the case of our 2017 season, our Most Valuable Player was a little bit

  • December 1, 2017

    Article by Newsday's Gregg Sarra: Talk about a complete turnaround. The Kellenberg football team went from last place in the CHSFL to Class AA champions in one season. The Firebirds rode the arm and legs of junior quarterback Matt Sluka, who totaled 2,603 all-purpose yards, to an 11-0 record and the school’s first title since 1999. “We had a group of seniors that refused to experience another terrible season and a young group of players coming up from a championship junior varsity that worked so well together,” Sluka said. “The chemistry was immediate and the guys put in the work. The

  • November 30, 2017

    Students assisted in bringing the KMHS donations to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the elderly at Queen of Peace Residence last week. The donations supplied supplies the elderly with the needed health care items for one full year. Kellenberg Memorial students donate, sort, box, and deliver the day before Thanksgiving. Many thanks to those who donated to the Little Sisters and the elderly poor who live with them at Queen of Peace Residence in Queens Village.