How North Jersey Athletes Are Giving Back During COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the United States hard and New Jersey is the second-most impacted state in the country. As the end of April nears, the Garden State has 116,264 positive cases and 6,770 deaths.

High school sports in New Jersey have been shut down for over a month but that doesn’t mean student-athletes have stopped working to support their communities.

Indian Hills senior Vicki Enright and Don Bosco Prep senior Christian Schmidhauser are just two of the hundreds of high school athletes going the extra mile to help aide frontline healthcare workers during this trying time all across the state.

JSZ North Jersey MMJ Jay Cook highlighted the pair as their initiatives have helped supports nurses and doctors across North Jersey:


Other North Jersey Teams and Athletes Giving Back


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