November Athletes of the Month

Victoria Mistretta

Three-year varsity starter who as a senior helped lead the Lady Bulldogs to another successful girls Volleyball season. On the personal level, Vic has been nominated to 1st Team All-County in her junior and senior year, in her junior season she was selected as the NJTAC most valuable player award. In the 2021-2022 season, Vic’s stats include 37 Kills, 11 Blocks, 59 Digs and 300 Assists. As the Bulldogs #1 setter, Vic eclipsed the 500 assists mark in early October to become the program’s first-ever volleyball student-athlete to achieve the tremendous milestone of 500 career assists. She finished her Bulldog Volleyball career with 624 assists, demonstrating that she truly is an amazing setter and a valued teammate critical to the teams’ overall success. In the classroom, Vic embodies the role as “student-athlete”, as a student in the STEM Academy studying in the Biomedical & Life Sciences discipline, Vic maintains an amazing 4.595 GPA. Vic is currently weighing her options with post-high school plans, but with her hard work “on the court” and “in the classroom”, Vic will be able to continue her academic and athletic career at the University/College of her choice. We wish Vic, and the entire Lady Bulldogs Volleyball team congratulations on an amazing 2021 season.




Troy Milton

Two-year varsity starter who as a senior helped lead the Bulldogs through an amazing 2021 season, with a record of 8 wins and 3 losses and an advancement to the NJSIAA North 1 Group 5 Championship game. Troy is being acknowledge for his defensive prowess. Troy is a superb pass defender and runner-stopper from his defensive back position, his energy and enthusiasm is always on display, and he truly is at the heart of the Bulldog’s defense. This year. Troy is one of the team’s’ leading tacklers with 62 first-hits, 40 assisted tackles for a team total of 102 tackles through the first eleven games. He has also caused a fumble and recovered a fumble, leading a stingy defense that is giving up an average of less than 15 points a game. As a member of the School of Construction Technology, Troy is currently weighing his options with college and career choices and looks to increase his possibilities with a successful season this Winter with Basketball We wish Troy and the entire Bulldog Football team all the best in the NJSIAA Finals and their quest to return to MetLife stadium.




Brandon Parra

Three-year varsity starter who as a senior helped lead the Bulldogs through an amazing 2021 season, with a record of 8 wins and 3 losses and an advancement to the NJSIAA North 1 Group 5 Championship game. Brandon is being acknowledge for his offensive prowess. On offense he has anchored an offensive line which has shown toughness, grit, and determination. The Bulldogs don’t try to hide the fact that when they line-up, they are going to run the ball- through you or over you. The work of the offensive/defensive line is pivotal to the team’s success. Brandon plays both sides of the ball but is a key component to an offensive unit that this season has over 3000+ yards total-offense with 2300+ yards rushing, 700+ yards passing and is averaging 20+ points per game. As a member of the Academy of Criminal Justice, Brandon is currently weighing his options with college and career choices and looks to increase his possibilities with successful seasons in both Winter and Spring Track. We wish Brandon and the entire Bulldog Football team all the best in the NJSIAA Finals and their quest to return to MetLife stadium.