November Athletes of the Month



Congratulations to Caitlin Kucuk (Cheering), Ray’Vaughn Clark (Football), Neimar Santouse (Football), and Natasha Crespo (Cheerleading), PCTI’s November Athletes of the Month!


Caitlin Kucuk is a four-year varsity letter winner who:

Has been a co-captain of the cheerleading team during her junior and senior years. Her leadership and dedication to the program has heavily influenced the team’s overall success. Caitlin has cheered on a combination of our football, basketball, and competition cheerleading teams throughout her four years at Tech and has become a vital part of the team. As a member of the Academy of Medical Arts, Caitlin is a hardworking student-athlete who has maintained a 3.5 GPA and ranks in the top third of her graduating class.


Natasha Crespo is a four-year varsity letter winner who:

Has been a dedicated co-captain during her senior year who challenged her fellow teammates to be their very best. Natasha has cheered on a combination of our football, basketball, and competition cheerleading teams, and was one of three ninth graders to make the competition team during her freshman year. As a member of the Academy of Medical Arts, Natasha is a hardworking individual who embodies her role as a student-athlete. She maintains a 4.1 GPA and ranks in the top ten percent of her graduating class.


Ray’Vaughn Clark is a three-year varsity starter who:

As a senior, he helped lead the Bulldogs to yet another playoff appearance in the North Jersey Super Football Conference Liberty-Red division. Ray’Vaughn is a versatile running back who has made key contributions offensively, defensively, and on special teams. He is being acknowledge for his offensive prowess and has rushed over 750 yards with seven touchdowns on the ground with one receiving touchdown. Ray’Vaughn was a weapon on special teams where he ran for over 300 yards on kick returns. A highlight of the season occurred during his kick-return for a touchdown against Hackensack when he carried players on his back en route to the end-zone. For his efforts, this leader of the Bulldogs’ offense was selected to First Team All Division - Liberty Red, at the Running Back position. As a member of the School of Automotive Technology, Ray’Vaughn is currently weighing his options with college and career choice and looks to increase his possibilities with successful seasons in Winter and Spring Track.


Neimar Santouse is a three-year varsity starter who:

As a senior, he also helped lead the Bulldogs to yet another playoff appearance in the North Jersey Super Football Conference Liberty-Red division. Neimar is a versatile player and the leader of the Bulldog’s defense. He made the ultimate sacrifice moving from cornerback to free safety in his senior season for the benefit of the Bulldog defense. He was a superb pass and runner-stopper from his new free safety position. This year, Neimar led the team with 92 total tackles, averaged 10.2 tackles per game, had two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery. For his efforts as the leader of the Bulldogs’ defense, Neimar was selected to First Team All Division - Liberty Red, at the Defensive Back position. As a member of the School of Construction Technology, Neimar is a hardworking individual who embodies his role as a student-athlete. He maintains a 3.2 GPA and ranks in the top half of his graduating class. Neimar is also weighing his options with college choice and looks to increase his possibilities with successful seasons in both Winter and Spring Track.