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August 10, 2011
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is no different from the average fan when it comes to assessing the moves of the Eagles. The Birds by most accounts have been the offseason winner in the NFL. They have either traded for or signed five players who have appeared in at least one Pro Bowl each, led by cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. Flacco will get a first-half look when the former Audubon High star and the Ravens visit the Eagles in Thursday's opening preseason game for both teams at Lincoln Financial Field.
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October 13, 2010
Former major-league pitcher Brett Laxton of Audubon High is among the six new inductees into the South Jersey Baseball Hall of Fame. The group will be inducted during the Hotstovers Baseball Club of South Jersey's 51st luncheon at Masso's Columbus Manor in Williamstown, Nov. 27 at 2 p.m. The South Jersey Baseball Hall of Fame is housed at Campbell's Field, home of the Camden Riversharks. Other former players joining Laxton are Nick Italiano (Bishop Eustace), Joe Hudson (Holy Cross)
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February 4, 2013 | By Maddie Hanna, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When it was over, and the Baltimore Ravens had hung on to win, 34-31, the several hundred football fans gathered at a South Jersey restaurant let out a Super Bowl-sized yell for the pride of Audubon: game MVP Joe Flacco. "We feel so proud to be from Audubon. He put Audubon on the map," said Janice Frankowsky, who lives around the corner from Flacco's parents, Steve and Karen, and went to high school with the couple in Haddon Township. Flacco, 28, who played quarterback at Audubon High, had fixed up dozens of his family members with tickets to the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
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February 5, 2013 | By Maddie Hanna, Inquirer Staff Writer
When it was over, and the Baltimore Ravens had hung on to win, 34-31, the several hundred football fans gathered at a South Jersey restaurant let out a Super Bowl-sized yell for the pride of Audubon: game MVP Joe Flacco. "We feel so proud to be from Audubon. He put Audubon on the map," said Janice Frankowsky, who lives around the corner from Flacco's parents, Steve and Karen, and went to high school with the couple in Haddon Township. Flacco, 28, who played quarterback at Audubon High, had fixed up dozens of his family members with tickets to the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
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September 23, 2001 | By Sam Carchidi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Audubon High's football teams have had 10 straight losing seasons, but that streak will be in jeopardy if the Green Wave continue to play as they did in yesterday's 28-2 victory over visiting Gateway in the Colonial Conference's Liberty Division. "We have a good mix of running and passing," said Xavier Garris, a now-you-see-him-now-you-don't 5-foot-8, 156-pound senior running back. Garris scored two touchdowns - one on a 20-yard screen pass from an impressive junior quarterback, Joe Flacco.
SPORTS
January 19, 2012
What appeared to be a mega-flap in the Baltimore locker room on Monday has subsided into a feel-good, "we're all in this together," love fest. Joe Flacco on Wednesday responded to teammate Ed Reed's comments that the quarterback was "rattled" in Sunday's playoff game and "just didn't look like he had a hold on the offense," by saying "it's not that big of a deal. " Reed later told ESPN he had talked about his comments with Flacco and said there were no problems. But there sure looked like problems on Monday, when Reed told Sirius NFL Radio that Flacco seemed over-matched against Houston's aggressive defense.
SPORTS
August 9, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - It was an interesting offseason for Joe Flacco, who continued to wiggle out of one mini-controversy after another. Flacco is entering his fourth season as the starting quarterback with the Baltimore Ravens. The 2003 graduate of Audubon High in Camden County who began his college career at Pitt before ending it at Delaware, was a truly interesting offseason sound-bite. He voiced his displeasure over not having his contract extended, one that still has two years and a little more than $9 million remaining.
SPORTS
January 18, 2012 | Associated Press
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - For the Baltimore Ravens, the term balanced attack usually means an equal distribution of tackles among everyone on the defense not named Ray Lewis. The Ravens' strength has long been its ability to stop the opposition from scoring. The offense, for the most part, is usually responsible for protecting the ball and cashing in turnovers. This asymmetrical arrangement will almost certainly have to change Sunday against the high-powered New England Patriots in the AFC championship game.
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January 16, 2009 | By Phil Anastasia INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In one of the best scenes in one of the best sports movies of all time, Hickory High coach Norman Dale has the farm boys measure the dimensions of the big basketball court that will host the state finals. "I think you'll find," Gene Hackman's character says in Hoosiers, "these are the exact same measurements as our gym back in Hickory. " Audubon, N.J., isn't Hickory, Ind., and Joe Flacco isn't Jimmy Chitwood. But there's something similar happening in these remarkable AFC playoffs.
SPORTS
September 5, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Kahleil Chisolm carries the football, he breaks tackles and new ground. The Audubon High senior didn't set out to be a trail blazer, to establish a precedent in South Jersey sports, to become one of the first athletes to take advantage of a seismic change in the state's educational system. But it's kind of worked out that way. "I bleed green now," Chisolm said with a smile the other day after a scrimmage against Highland. The 5-foot-9, 175-pound Chisolm is one of the toughest running backs in South Jersey.
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September 5, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Kahleil Chisolm carries the football, he breaks tackles and new ground. The Audubon High senior didn't set out to be a trail blazer, to establish a precedent in South Jersey sports, to become one of the first athletes to take advantage of a seismic change in the state's educational system. But it's kind of worked out that way. "I bleed green now," Chisolm said with a smile the other day after a scrimmage against Highland. The 5-foot-9, 175-pound Chisolm is one of the toughest running backs in South Jersey.
NEWS
February 5, 2013 | By Maddie Hanna, Inquirer Staff Writer
When it was over, and the Baltimore Ravens had hung on to win, 34-31, the several hundred football fans gathered at a South Jersey restaurant let out a Super Bowl-sized yell for the pride of Audubon: game MVP Joe Flacco. "We feel so proud to be from Audubon. He put Audubon on the map," said Janice Frankowsky, who lives around the corner from Flacco's parents, Steve and Karen, and went to high school with the couple in Haddon Township. Flacco, 28, who played quarterback at Audubon High, had fixed up dozens of his family members with tickets to the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
NEWS
February 4, 2013 | By Maddie Hanna, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When it was over, and the Baltimore Ravens had hung on to win, 34-31, the several hundred football fans gathered at a South Jersey restaurant let out a Super Bowl-sized yell for the pride of Audubon: game MVP Joe Flacco. "We feel so proud to be from Audubon. He put Audubon on the map," said Janice Frankowsky, who lives around the corner from Flacco's parents, Steve and Karen, and went to high school with the couple in Haddon Township. Flacco, 28, who played quarterback at Audubon High, had fixed up dozens of his family members with tickets to the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
SPORTS
January 20, 2012 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
If anyone can relate to Joe Flacco, it's Trent Dilfer. Dilfer knows what it's like to quarterback the defense-first Baltimore Ravens, one of the few NFL teams whose linebackers and safeties outshine the most scrutinized position in all of sports. So Dilfer was speaking from experience when he said Wednesday that Flacco, a former Audubon High star who has chafed at a perceived lack of respect, should understand that wins and praise don't always go together for Ravens signal-callers.
SPORTS
January 19, 2012
What appeared to be a mega-flap in the Baltimore locker room on Monday has subsided into a feel-good, "we're all in this together," love fest. Joe Flacco on Wednesday responded to teammate Ed Reed's comments that the quarterback was "rattled" in Sunday's playoff game and "just didn't look like he had a hold on the offense," by saying "it's not that big of a deal. " Reed later told ESPN he had talked about his comments with Flacco and said there were no problems. But there sure looked like problems on Monday, when Reed told Sirius NFL Radio that Flacco seemed over-matched against Houston's aggressive defense.
SPORTS
January 18, 2012 | Associated Press
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - For the Baltimore Ravens, the term balanced attack usually means an equal distribution of tackles among everyone on the defense not named Ray Lewis. The Ravens' strength has long been its ability to stop the opposition from scoring. The offense, for the most part, is usually responsible for protecting the ball and cashing in turnovers. This asymmetrical arrangement will almost certainly have to change Sunday against the high-powered New England Patriots in the AFC championship game.
SPORTS
August 10, 2011
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is no different from the average fan when it comes to assessing the moves of the Eagles. The Birds by most accounts have been the offseason winner in the NFL. They have either traded for or signed five players who have appeared in at least one Pro Bowl each, led by cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. Flacco will get a first-half look when the former Audubon High star and the Ravens visit the Eagles in Thursday's opening preseason game for both teams at Lincoln Financial Field.
SPORTS
August 9, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - It was an interesting offseason for Joe Flacco, who continued to wiggle out of one mini-controversy after another. Flacco is entering his fourth season as the starting quarterback with the Baltimore Ravens. The 2003 graduate of Audubon High in Camden County who began his college career at Pitt before ending it at Delaware, was a truly interesting offseason sound-bite. He voiced his displeasure over not having his contract extended, one that still has two years and a little more than $9 million remaining.
SPORTS
October 13, 2010
Former major-league pitcher Brett Laxton of Audubon High is among the six new inductees into the South Jersey Baseball Hall of Fame. The group will be inducted during the Hotstovers Baseball Club of South Jersey's 51st luncheon at Masso's Columbus Manor in Williamstown, Nov. 27 at 2 p.m. The South Jersey Baseball Hall of Fame is housed at Campbell's Field, home of the Camden Riversharks. Other former players joining Laxton are Nick Italiano (Bishop Eustace), Joe Hudson (Holy Cross)
NEWS
August 15, 2010
An assistant principal at Audubon High School was arrested late Friday, accused of shooting her husband's truck with his 9mm gun during an argument, police said. According to authorities, Donna Covely fired several shots into the unoccupied 2011 Ford F-350 about 10:25 a.m. at their home in the Sewell section of Mantua Township. There were no injuries. Covely was charged with making terroristic threats, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and criminal mischief. She was released on her own recognizance.
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