• Coach Antoine

    Coach Antoine has been coaching soccer for over 22 years. His passion for soccer began at a young age of 7. Growing up in Haiti soccer was the #1 sport in the country. When he immigrated to the U.S, in high school, he joined the East Orange High School’s soccer team and was known as Pelé. He continued his soccer career playing at NJCU and later joined the Division I soccer club, Velox Athletic Club. He grew tremendously as a player, becoming the captain and later on, the coach. Coach Antoine has been coaching in the East Orange District since 2002. He lead the East Orange High School Boys' Soccer Team to a division championship title 3 times and East Orange Alumni Soccer team, Estu Dientes, to a Division I title in 2008. Continuing his passion, Coach Antoine currently serves as the head coach for the East Orange High School Girls “Lady Jaguar” Soccer Team, he hopes guide his student to become better players on and off the court.

     

    “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do” 
    ― Pelé

     Young Coach Antoine       Coach Antoine

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Phone: 973-266-7300 x51141

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Lincoln University: Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Health and Physical Education/Fitness

Mr. Lance Wigfall

Mr. Lance Wigfall is Head Coach for Cross Country & Track and Field at East Orange School District. He is a 2003 Graduate of East Orange Campus High School. Coach Wigfall then attended Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. Mr. Wigfall has coached for ten years, including the last five in East Orange. Coach Wigfall is a two-time recipient of the Coach of the Year Award-- winning in both 2016 and 2018.

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A.S, Biology from Essex County Community College B.A, Art Education Studies from Ashford University.

Mr. Eric Ansah

Mr. Eric Ansah is the current head coach of both the Boys and Girls Volleyball Teams at East Orange Campus High School, positions he has held since 2013. Mr. Ansah is originally from Ghana, West Africa but moved to the United States when he was eleven years of age. He attended and graduated from Clifford J. Scott High School in East Orange, NJ in 2002. Mr. Ansah has his Associates in Biology from Essex County Community College and a Bachelors' Degree in Art Education Studies from Ashford University.
 
Coach Ansah led the girls to an undefeated (16-0) record, winning the Independent Division of the Super Essex Conference for the first time in East Orange History. He also led the boys to an undefeated (16-0) record, winning the Liberty Division for the first time in East Orange History. In 2017, the Boys won the Silver Division of the Bloomfield Volleyball Tournament.
 

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Graduate of William Paterson University, BA in Communcation; Kean Univsersity, M.A. Early Childhood Edu; Marygrove College, MAT Curriculum. Instruction & Assessment

Mr. Delvin Horsford

·     4-year letter winner for William Paterson University Men’s Soccer team

·     All-NJAC, All-Region, and All-America selection during his playing career.

·     He is among the top scorers and assist leaders in the school history book.

·     Inducted into the William Paterson University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006 

·     USSF Coaching National License holder (15+ years)

·     Teacher-present: East Orange School District (primary)

Mission Statement:

As a representative of East Orange Campus High School, the boys’ soccer program is committed to engaging our student-athletes in the process of social, psychological, and physical development and encouraging our players to become responsible citizens prepared to enter a global society through knowledge acquired from the game of soccer.

East Orange Campus High School is an institution of character, commitment, and community.  Therefore, our program will embody related principles.  Through a set of standards and a positive environment, the integrity of our players will be exhibited on the playing field, in the classroom, and in society.  Our training program will focus on the importance of teamwork, conditioning, and individual responsibility.  These guidelines will prevail in developing confident and motivated individuals prepared to take on any challenge the game and life has to offer.

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Mr. Derrick Johnson

I have coached basketball for 21 years, and watched many student athletes achieve greatness on and off the basketball court.  I would like to believe basketball was one of the factors that helped them along the way.

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Mr. Gregory Kessaris

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B.S. Business Management, Hampton University

Mr. Gabe Baltimore

Mr. Gabe Baltimore is the Head Coach of the East Orange Campus Boys' Basketball Program. Mr. Baltimore has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Hampton University and is currently a Business Teacher in the Career and Technical Education Department at East Orange Campus High School. He has been coaching High School Basketball for over fifteen years, with stops at Irvington High School and Columbia High School. Coach Baltimore is known for his passion in helping student-athletes achieve success both on and off the court.

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Ms. Kecia Smith

Kecia Smith is the Head Basketball Cheerleading Coach for East Orange Campus High. Kecia is a native of East Orange and currently works for the Special Education Department at East Orange Campus High School. She brings a wealth of knowledge to the program, as she has been coaching cheerleading for over fifteen years. This is her second year of coaching at Campus, and her ultimate goal is to transition Campus Cheerleading into an elite squad that will be able to compete on a national level.

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