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Evan Kerzner

Evan Kerzner, Staff Writer

Hi my name is Evan Kerzner. I am a senior here at Foran. I play on the baseball team. I also enjoy going out on the water, hanging out with my friends and family, and watching all of the four American sports. (Baseball, basketball, football, and hockey)

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Board of Education Liaisons: Board of Education Liaisons Venice Montanaro and Connor Nieman pose for a selfie., September 12, 2022.

Seniors in Student Government – The Mark They Will Leave Behind

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | May 30, 2023

          Student government officers are elected by their peers in their class. The officers help plan events, pep rallies, fundraisers etc. The 2023 student officers are President Julia Deicicchi, Vice President Mallory Janik, Secretary Kaitlyn Beaupre, Treasurer Kaleigh Morton, and Board of Education...

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Harvard University: A picture of Hollis Hall at Harvard’s main campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. March 31, 2007.

The Best Colleges for Specific Studies

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | March 14, 2023

          College. One of the biggest steps a high schooler takes to reach the next chapter in their life. It can be a rigorous and stressful process, for choosing a college that best fits a person, and one that most guarantees their success and graduation can be difficult. Either or, students are...

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SoFi Stadium: Super Bowl LVI Bengals vs Rams while Evan cheered on for the Bengals, February 13, 2022.

[Photo] From Then to Now, The Super Bowl: America’s Favorite Competition

Julia DeEll and Lauren Stroffolino | February 13, 2023

SoFi Stadium: Super Bowl LVI Bengals vs Rams while Evan cheered on for the Bengals, February 13, 2022.

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St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital: This is what St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital looks like as it is located in Memphis, Tennessee and doctors are continuing to do incredible work to help fight and find a cure for childhood cancer. October 10, 2012.

World Cancer Day: How the Disease Affects Patients and Those Involved

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | February 3, 2023

          World Cancer Day is an international day that is recognized on February 4 to raise awareness for cancer. This day also encourages the detection, prevention, and treatment of all types of cancer. Cancer is one of the deadliest diseases in the world, and many phenomenal doctors and scientists...

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Bill of Rights Plaque: This plaque shows the first ten amendments of the Bill of Rights and exactly how they are written in the U.S. Constitution. October 1, 2015.

Our Bill of Rights: Celebrating the Day It Came to Be

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | December 15, 2022

           231 years ago, the Founding Fathers of the United States published a series of laws that soon became 10 of the most important laws of our country even to this day. That historic day, in which these rights were engraved into the future of civilization, is believed to have taken place...

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A true warrior: Ms. DiGiacomo’s daughter Mena, wearing her diabetes warrior shirt as she continues to fight strong every single day. November 14, 2022.

Diabetes Awareness Month: Foran Teacher Shares Story of Daughter’s Struggle with Diabetes

‘She used to go to slumber parties, but now it seems like parents are too afraid to have her over, and it's heartbreaking’
Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | December 5, 2022

          November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, and Foran history teacher Ms. Sarah DiGiacomo has been working to raise awareness about not only the physical impacts of the disease but the emotional toll it takes on people.           The disease not only impacts the person who has...

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Swartz in his element: Swartz at bat last season during a Foran home game and is looking forward to hopefully playing this upcoming season. May 18, 2021.

Senior Spotlight: Tyler Swartz Bounces Back

Austin Lermayer and Evan Kerzner | October 26, 2022

            Senior Tyler Swartz has found a way through challenges as he has made adjustment from down south to three years at Foran. After moving to Milford from South Carolina in 2020, Swartz threw himself into the deep end, joining sports teams and taking Advanced Placement classes.    ...

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Popular Hiking Trail: Sperry Falls hiking trail in Woodbridge is popular to many local residents throughout the fall. August 14, 2022.

How the Fall Season Affects Life, Mood, and Health

Austin Lermayer and Evan Kerzner | September 22, 2022

          Fall is a season some people look forward to, while others do not. Many enjoy the cooling temperatures, but others see the complete opposite of that as it is a sign that winter is coming. Regardless of opinion, the fall season has been proven to promote significant benefits in life, mood,...

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Trey Deitelbaum and Coach Walker: Deitelbaum next to Coach Walker in a home game against East Haven where Foran won 12-2, May 9, 2022.

Senior Athletes Leaving their Mark in Sports

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | June 3, 2022

           Sports have always been a major part of high school. Fans love to come watch their school compete in a good environment, while student athletes work to win and earn a future in sports, whether it be college scholarships or sports-related majors/jobs.             Seniors have...

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Paul Brown Stadium: This is where the Raiders play the Bengals this wild card weekend. This game is at 4:30 eastern time on Saturday on NBC.

NFL Playoff Picture – Who’s In, Who’s Out?

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | January 14, 2022

     The longest NFL regular season in history has recently come to a close. Throughout this extended season, there have been many shocking moments and crazy plays, which have now led to the close and down-to-the-wire playoffs. Since last year, the NFL has added an extra wild card spot. There are...

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Menorah and Christmas Tree: Hanukkah and Christmas, two very different holidays, celebrated around the same time by many students and faculty at Foran High School.

Various Holiday Traditions Around Foran High School

Austin Lermayer and Evan Kerzner | December 22, 2021

     The date is December 24, the night before Christmas Day. Christmas lights are glowing bright red and green, Christmas trees are full of lights and various ornaments, and everyone's gathering around a warm and comforting log fire. Although this may seem like a typical holiday night for many people,...

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Basketball Hoop: With Irving not being able to practice with the Nets at the practice facility, Irving is going to have to find other ways to practice basketball like at his house or at a local gym.

How Kyrie Irving’s Refusal of Getting Vaccinated is Impacting the NBA and its Fanbase

Evan Kerzner, Staff Writer | November 16, 2021

     For the past month, Kyrie Irving, the point guard for the Brooklyn Nets, has been the major controversy of the NBA. With the Nets Organization requiring vaccination in their home arena, this meant Irving could only play in half of the games. However, the Nets Organization changed their stance,...

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Eric Kerzner on the headset: Kerzner working upstairs talking to the production crew and the people on the field. Photo Courtesy: Gerry Gorry, October 17, 2021.

An Inside Look: Broadcasting the NFL

Austin Lermayer and Evan Kerzner | October 29, 2021

     The National Football League is no stranger to large national television views. Not only is it one of the most popular sports in the country, but it is also one of the most commonly watched sports in the world.      According to the website PlayersBio, “By no doubt, American football...

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