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Noel Gonzalez Jr. scores 1,000 career point


Efforts of Pleasantville football head coach pays off with signing day for 5 Greyhound football players


Armin Cane, in his 3rd year playing basketball overseas, is excelling in Romania


PHS Greyhounds, College Signing Athletes.

Left to right:
Melvin Casco - Frederick Community College for soccer
Keon Henry -East Stroudsburg University for football
Josh Kotopko- Assumption College - football
Ernest Howard-Sacred Heart-football

Pleasantville's Gabriel Moronta to run for D-I Mississippi State next season

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Congratulations PHS Soccer Team!

2019 United Conference Co-Championship    Next up....  state playoffs.

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The Lady Greyhounds make it to the finals of the CAL Tournament at Stockton University. (Yancely Hernandez featured in the pic).  The team loses a close match to Cedar Creek  25-18, 25-22.





























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Pleasantville High School
2019-20 Head Coaches Listing 
Athletic Office: 609-383-6800 ext. 4043
Fax Number: 609-383-0619



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Boys’ Cross Country

Alan Laws

Girls’ Cross Country

Aminah Davis


Javier Garcia

Boys’ Soccer

Mark Eykyn

Girls’ Soccer

Scott Rullan

Girls’ Tennis

Harry Green

Girls’ Volleyball

 Jim Bucko

Fall Cheerleading

Amirah Jones




Boys’ Basketball

Butch Warner

Girls’ Basketball

Aminah Davis

Coed Indoor Track

Alan Laws


Dimitar Petrov

Winter Cheerleading

Aliyaah Bruce - Miller




Boys’ Track

Alan Laws

Girls’ Track

Irvin Marable


Matt Zachariades


Scott Rullan




Athletic Director

Stephen L. Townsend

Athletic Secretary

Tanya Burgess

Athletic Trainer

Adriana Rodriguez


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Friday, March 26, 2021                                                                             

Standings as of Thursday, March 25, 2021:                                          


                                          W        L

Girls’ Volleyball Varsity     1          3
Girls’ Volleyball JV             2          2
Girls’ Volleyball Fresh        2          1  



Weekly Highlight(s):

  • On Tuesday, March 9, there was a rally in front of the middle school.  It was attended by several community members, Board members, faculty and staff of the Pleasantville School District, and several football, baseball, track & field, and girls’ volleyball athletes.  It was good for the children to see activism at its finest.  A lot of people complain, and only complain, about what is going on but most people do not do anything about it.  It was good for student-athletes to see that there are people in our community that are doing something about it.  Our children are watching, listening, and learning.  Believe that. Pictured above are several student-athletes with Coach Mancuso (right) and City Councilman Tony Davenport (left).
  • Although the Pleasantville’s GBB team ended up with a final record of 1 win and thirteen losses, here are some positives we could point out.  First, they ended their season with a win against St. Joseph Academy 36-30.  Second, three players scored in double digits this season.  Third, nine out of the ten players will be returning next season. 
  • The boys end their season Saturday, March 6, 2021, with a loss against Bridgeton HS at the Pleasantville Recreation Center.  Their final record was 3 wins and 12 losses.  This was not a typical BBB season.  Here are some positive points from their season.  First, they increased their scoring from 40 points per game to 65 to 70 points per game.  This year, we only had one returning varsity player; therefore, we played with a lot of inexperienced varsity players. Our team comprised of several sophomores and a freshmen player. With a lot of hard work, commitment, and dedication to the sport, we should make some positive news in the upcoming seasons.  Lastly, Noel Gonzalez led the team in scoring and scored his 1,000th point during a 15 game season.  He made 1st team all stars, and he was 2nd in the league in scoring at 22.8ppg. He will be attending college in the fall on a basketball scholarship.   The school will 



Upcoming Events (Week of Monday, March 29 – April 3, 2021)


Monday, 3/29
Girls’ Volleyball Match (V/JV/F) – 4 PM @ Salem County Vocational HS


Tuesday, 3/30
Girls’ Volleyball Match (V/JV/F) – 4 PM @ Lower Cape May Reg. HS


Wednesday, 3/31
Spring sport physicals by appointment only.  Please contact Dr. Rodriguez, if your student-athlete needs an appointment for a physical.


Thursday, 4/1
First day of practice for spring sports
Friday, 4/2
No Activities
Saturday 4/3
No Activities


  • Home games in bold.  
  • All schedules are subject to change; contact the Athletic Department @ extension 4043 for updated information.   
  • Please be advised that all home games will be at the Pleasantville Rec.





Pleasantville boys beat Barnegat in playoff opener
1st round South Jersey Group Two Pleasantville High School Takes The Win 

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Pleasantville's Gabriel Moronta wins 3 state indoor track titles

Pleasantville High School senior Gabriel Moronta won two individual state championships and one relay title Saturday at the Group II/Group III meet at the Bennett Indoor Athletic Complex in Toms River.

Moronta won the 400-meter dash in 48.79 seconds and the 800 in 1:56.11.

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Pleasantville's 4X400 relay wins state title

Pleasantville’s 4x400 relay also won a state title in 3:28.48. The relay consisted of Moronta, Keon Henry, Irvin Marable Jr. and Xander Roberts.

Girls 4x400m relay place 5th overall

Amoni Ridgeway, Mikayla Surles, Zane McNeil and Maya Harper.


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Note:   Home games in bold.
All schedules are subject to change; contact the Athletic Department @ extension 4043 for updated information.