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November 14, 1990 | Special to The Inquirer / DAVID M. WARREN
On Saturday, Audubon held an open house for its new Municipal Complex, in a former medical building on Nicholson Road near the Black Horse Pike. Before then, the borough's offices were at two locations on Atlantic Avenue.
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September 30, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Kahleil Chisolm ran for 197 yards and a touchdown as Audubon defeated Lindenwold, 23-6, in a Colonial Conference Patriot Division football game on Saturday. The Green Wave improved to 3-1 overall, 2-0 in the division. Lindenwold fell to 0-4, 0-2. Audubon struck first when quarterback Aiden Borden completed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Zach Sutter, giving the Green Wave a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. After Lindenwold recovered a fumble and ran it into the end zone to make the score 7-6, Borden drove the Green Wave down the field and score don a 1-yard run to give Audubon a 13-6 advantage.
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January 12, 2013 | By Chris Melchiorre, FOR THE INQUIRER
The theatrics always feel a tad amped up during wrestling matches at Seneca. The lights are turned off all around the perimeter of the Golden Eagles' gym. The only ones kept on are the few that shine down on the mat like a spotlight. On Friday night, Audubon wrestler Sean Hanson stepped into that spotlight and his expression shifted from focused athlete to something more reminiscent of a snarling bull. Forty-nine seconds later, the referee was raising Hanson's hand in victory, and momentum never turned back in Seneca's favor as Audubon went on to a 41-27 victory.
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May 18, 2000 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Dave Ricci, the boys' basketball coach the last two seasons at Cinnaminson, has been named the coach at Audubon. The hiring of Ricci, a 28-year-old graduate of Cherry Hill East, was approved at last night's school board meeting. He replaces Casey Clements, who resigned after last season. A physical education teacher at Audubon, Ricci assisted Clements for one season before taking over at Cinnaminson. In two seasons, he guided the Pirates to a 21-29 record. Cinnaminson reached the playoffs in his first season and earned a first-round win over Woodstown.
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October 13, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a game in which the offenses were operating at will, a defensive play was the difference. Zach Pergola's 66-yard return of a fumble broke a tie with 5 minutes, 43 seconds remaining and sent Audubon to a 33-27 win over host Haddon Heights on Saturday in a highly entertaining Colonial Conference football matchup. Pergola, a 6-foot, 175-pound junior, scored on both sides of the ball, also adding a 21-yard touchdown reception. "This was the best game I've ever had and the best one I've been involved in," Pergola said.
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May 9, 1997 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Yesterday's baseball game between Audubon and Sterling was delayed 40 minutes because of a scheduling mix-up involving the umpires. But that didn't throw off Ryan Smulktis' timing. After all, the Audubon junior righthander had waited 30 days to play his first game, so another 40 minutes wasn't going to matter. Smulktis shrugged off the delay by pitching a five-hitter and Audubon crushed Sterling, 14-1, in a Colonial Conference game. Audubon, which entered the week uncertain of qualifying for the Group 2 playoffs, won its third straight game and improved to 7-5 overall and 7-3 in the Colonial.
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May 27, 1998 | By Scott Brown, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Two potential double-play balls told the story of yesterday's South Jersey Group 2 baseball semifinal between Gateway and Audubon. One allowed Audubon to escape a no-out, bases-loaded jam in the first inning unscathed. Another opened the floodgates for a six-run Audubon outburst in the second. After dodging an early bullet, the Green Wave parlayed hot hitting and shoddy Gateway defense into a 13-3 five-inning knockout of the Gators. Audubon, The Inquirer's No. 3 team in South Jersey, advanced to Friday's South Jersey group final against Pennsville at Cherry Hill East.
SPORTS
March 4, 1998 | By Scott Brown, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Collingswood players clutched one another and unsuccessfully fought back tears. Coach Nancy O'Neill shared another cry with her players in the locker room. She, like the majority of her starters, including injured guard Kelly Feeney, were helpless to stop a fourth-quarter meltdown last night that ended their season. Saddled with foul trouble throughout the second half, Collingswood regulars watched in disbelief as Leslie Snock carried 11th-seeded Audubon into the second round of the South Jersey Group 2 girls' basketball playoffs with a 63-62 overtime victory.
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April 20, 2004 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Good teams manage to find a way to win, even when they try to give the victory away. That's what Audubon did yesterday. The visiting Green Wave used 11 hits to overcome some shoddy fielding and baserunning blunders as it beat previously undefeated Haddon Heights, 4-2, in a Colonial Conference softball game. Audubon (5-1), the defending conference champion, is still trying to find its title form. Yesterday, the hitting started to come together. Leadoff hitter Kourtney Kalbach collected three hits, including an RBI single.
NEWS
June 12, 1986 | By Marybeth Farrell, Special to The Inquirer
In a decision applauded by residents, the Audubon commissioners announced Tuesday night that they were abandoning plans to buy church-owned property to house a new municipal building. The commission informed residents in February that the borough was interested in purchasing a one-story brick building on Edgewood Avenue owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Residents along Edgewood Avenue complained to borough officials that their neighborhood already was plagued with traffic and parking woes.
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November 28, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Brian Furlong had trouble falling asleep Wednesday night. As he lay in bed, he worried not only that it would take a while, but that he wouldn't be getting much of it, either. Audubon's quarterback had a lot on his mind. He knew Thanksgiving Day was his last game wearing No. 10 for the Green Wave. Furlong eventually got some shut-eye, but when he woke up, he was still nervous about the rivalry game against Haddon Township. Then the senior went out and put on a great performance.
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November 26, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tom Curley believes there's something special about the Thanksgiving Day football rivalry between Audubon and Haddon Township. "Even when both teams are having lean years, you walk out to the field and go, 'Wow, look at all these people,' " Curley said. "There's so much tradition and so much support from both communities. "It's like the Army-Navy game for those two schools. " Something new will be on the line this year in the 53d renewal of the annual game between the Colonial Conference and neighborhood rivals.
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October 17, 2015
SOCCER COACHES' TOURNAMENT Holy Cross 2, Cinnaminson 1, OT: Angie Carroll scored the rebound winner 22 seconds into overtime for the seventh-seeded Lancers. Erica Wallace, who fired the initial shot, was credited with the assist. Caroline Casey also scored for the hosts. Cinnaminson was the No. 10 seed. Lenape 2, Millville 0: Kasey Donoghue had a goal and an assist for the third-seeded hosts. Sarah Gibson also scored and Shannon Mulroy made four saves. Millville was the No. 14 seed.
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September 17, 2015 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
In South Jersey, at least, the Eagles flew. Luke McKeown scored two goals to help West Deptford, The Inquirer's sixth-ranked team, get past Audubon, 5-0, in Colonial Conference boys soccer action Tuesday. In other Colonial action, John Gorczynski scored two goals and had two assists to lead Sterling to a 7-0 win against Overbrook. Henry Gomez and Oumar Sylla both scored as Lindenwold topped Gateway, 2-1. Matt Fell scored two goals, and 10th-ranked Haddonfield toppled Collingswood, 3-1. Four different players - Dean Bligh, Elli Massi, Nolan Rink, and Jake Roselle - scored a goal as Haddon Heights triumphed over Woodbury, 4-0. Burlington County League.
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September 14, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
On the 38th and final pass of his 17th birthday, Overbrook quarterback Tommy Wyatt didn't exactly close his eyes and make a wish. But it was something like that. "You have to trust your teammates," Wyatt said of the pass he lofted into traffic near the goal-line in the final seconds of the season opener Saturday at Audubon. Senior wide receiver Gio Washington beat three defenders to the football and muscled into the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown with two seconds left on the clock to lift the Rams to a 50-48 victory over the Green Wave in an instant classic of a Colonial Conference Liberty Division game.
SPORTS
September 13, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tommy Wyatt is like a kid with a new toy. So is Brian Furlong. The two senior quarterbacks will be at the controls as their teams unveil no-huddle spread offenses when Overbrook visits Audubon Saturday at 11 a.m in a Colonial Conference Liberty Division game. "It's going to be a lot of fun," Wyatt of Overbrook's new offense under first-year coach Frank Wilczynski. "It's going to help me a lot. " Furlong feels the same way about Audubon's change in offensive philosophy under fifth-year coach Dom Koehl.
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September 10, 2015 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
Chelsea Fadio is one of those players who seems like she's been around forever. It would be easy to overlook the fact that she was just a junior last season. Last season, Fadio didn't just break the Audubon girls' soccer career scoring record, she led her young team to a South Jersey Group 1 championship. It's the type of season that seniors dream of: reaching personal glory and team milestones and then riding off into the sunset. But Fadio isn't done yet. She's been a lethal goal scorer since her freshman year.
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September 8, 2015 | By Melanie Burney, Inquirer Staff Writer
One-stop shopping has taken on new meaning for customers of the Acme supermarket just off the Black Horse Pike in Audubon. They can now add medical treatment to their grocery list. Prominently in the front of the Camden County supermarket is a recently opened clinic, staffed by a nurse-practitioner, that provides treatment for minor ailments, such as sore throats, fevers, flu, ear aches, and colds. "This is a good tool to use," said Brian Seeley, a Voorhees family physician who occasionally sees patients at the clinic.
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August 31, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
If you live in Audubon Park, your neighbors are probably "the people you grew up with," says Mary Stokes, who moved there with her parents in 1941. Stokes is 74 now, and she and other residents love the villagelike coziness of this unusual Camden County municipality. Audubon Park is a single square mile between Nicholson Road, the Black Horse Pike, and Peter's Creek. It has no stores, schools, or churches, and the real estate is collective property. "There were supposed to be Audubon Parks all over America," says Kristin M. Szylvian, whose book The Mutual Housing Experiment - New Deal Communities for the Urban Middle Class was published in July by Temple University Press.
NEWS
June 27, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Marilynn Schmidt Malony was diagnosed May 21 with terminal lung cancer and given perhaps six weeks to live, she told her family about her priority. And it was not her. The shower for a granddaughter, Beth Malony, was set for May 31. Beth's wedding to David Koscielny was to be on June 20. Mrs. Malony's son Steve said she told his daughter, Beth: "No matter what happens, the shower goes on and the wedding goes on. " And so they did, as planned. Mrs. Malony died a week after her diagnosis, on Thursday, May 28, at the Hospice of Philadelphia in East Falls.
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