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November 21, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Seneca at Delsea, Friday at 7 The game: This is a semifinal of the South Jersey Group 3 tournament. Records and seeds: Seneca is 6-3 and the No. 5 seed. Delsea is 9-1 and the No. 1 seed. Coaches: Bill Fisher is 66-77 overall, including a 55-68 mark in his 12th season at Seneca. Sal Marchese Jr. is 182-61-1 in his 22nd season at Delsea. Key matchup: Seneca's run defense against Delsea's powerful ground game led by senior quarterback Quinn Collins and junior fullback Rashad Williams, who have combined for 25 touchdowns.
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January 29, 2006 | By Rusty Pray INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Bill Fisher and his wife, Connie Correia Fisher, sat in a booth at the Pop Shop bickering over when they first got the idea to open a family-friendly restaurant amid the trendy eateries along Haddon Avenue in Collingswood. They finally agreed they had talked about it before their son, Holden, now 4, was born, "but once we had a baby, we realized there was no place in town we could go to dinner with him," Correia Fisher said. "We also realized a lot of people were moving into town with kids, and there was a need for a casual family restaurant.
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April 2, 2001 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The scene was repeated countless times. During a football game, Herb Fisher would be his intense self on the sidelines, usually pleading with the officials to give his team the call. In the middle of an animated moment, Fisher would spot a reporter, stop yelling at the officials in mid-sentence, and extend his hand and ask how things were going. Fisher, who died Saturday at the age of 69 after battling pancreatic cancer, had a trademark smile that could light up a room. He also had the ability to make people laugh.
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October 24, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pawlikowski has been known for most of his career as an offensive player. But he's been making a major impact on the defensive side during Seneca's three-game winning streak. In victories over Moorestown, Cherry Hill East and Cherry Hill West, Pawlikowski has registered a total of six sacks and eight tackles for losses from his outside linebacker position. In a 30-0 victory over Cherry Hill West in Seneca's last game before a bye, Pawlikowski was credited with 21 tackles - nine individuals, including three sacks, and 12 assists.
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October 15, 2005 | By Pete Schnatz INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Willingboro coach Nelson Hayspell knew that if his team was going to climb back into the Burlco/Olympic Liberty Division title hunt, the Chimeras would have to stop shooting themselves in the foot. "We've been hurting ourselves with a lot of mistakes, penalties, turnovers," Hayspell said. "When the kids sat down and watched the film this week, they realized that we've been our own worst enemy. " That's why last night's nearly error-free 13-3 victory over Seneca - played in impossible conditions at waterlogged Carl Lewis Stadium - had the Chimeras howling for joy all the way to the locker room.
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May 6, 2000 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
Two-year-old Dahlia Rogers was punched and kicked, beaten with a brush, raped, sodomized and murdered. After her body was found, her father, Vincent Pratt, 31, told detectives he had merely smacked her with his hand and bounced her up and down by her stomach because she was pretending she couldn't walk down the steps of their Olney home last July. In court yesterday, prosecutor Bill Fisher argued for a conviction of first- or second-degree murder, calling the crime "one of the most vicious, horrendous murders" he had ever seen.
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April 27, 1994 | By Kevin Tatum, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Three former South Jersey high school football players, all passed over in the NFL draft Sunday and Monday, yesterday agreed to free-agent contracts with NFL teams. Bill Fisher, the Cherry Hill East graduate who finished his collegiate career last fall at Rowan College, said he would sign a free-agent contract with the New York Jets on Friday. Rutgers announced that defensive end Andrew Beckett, a Haddon Heights graduate, had agreed with Cincinnati, and that wide receiver Mario Henry, a Lenape graduate, had agreed with New England.
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November 21, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Classmates, teammates and standout inside linebackers for the Seneca football team, Sam Pawlikowski and Frankie Caterina have much more in common than most high school seniors. "He even works at my father's restaurant," Caterina said. Said Pawlikowski: "The kid [Caterina] is my best friend. " That connection works wonders on the football field, especially when the duo is trying to help the Seneca defense shut down an opposing offense. "If he doesn't get there, I'll get there," Caterina said.
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December 18, 2005 | By Sam Carchidi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It sometimes takes a new football program a decade before it becomes an NJSIAA playoff contender. It took Seneca two years. It sometimes takes a new football program a decade before it wins a league championship. It sometimes takes a new football program several seasons of growing pains before its finishes with a winning record. For directing Seneca to a very successful season, Bill Fisher has been named The Inquirer's South Jersey football coach of the year. When Fisher was hired, he looked at the job as a welcome challenge.
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September 25, 2010 | By MICHAEL RADANO, For the Daily News
If there was ever any doubt of the faith Paul VI High coach John Doherty puts in senior quarterback Khaalig Burroughs and senior wideout Jakwail Bailey, it was erased last night. No, it wasn't the three touchdowns they combined to score against Seneca, although those played a large part in Paul VI's 26-21 win over the visiting Golden Eagles in a West Jersey Football League Constitution Division matchup. It wasn't Burroughs' 11 completions for 135 yards or Bailey's five receptions for 73 yards, either.
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November 21, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Seneca at Delsea, Friday at 7 The game: This is a semifinal of the South Jersey Group 3 tournament. Records and seeds: Seneca is 6-3 and the No. 5 seed. Delsea is 9-1 and the No. 1 seed. Coaches: Bill Fisher is 66-77 overall, including a 55-68 mark in his 12th season at Seneca. Sal Marchese Jr. is 182-61-1 in his 22nd season at Delsea. Key matchup: Seneca's run defense against Delsea's powerful ground game led by senior quarterback Quinn Collins and junior fullback Rashad Williams, who have combined for 25 touchdowns.
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November 21, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Classmates, teammates and standout inside linebackers for the Seneca football team, Sam Pawlikowski and Frankie Caterina have much more in common than most high school seniors. "He even works at my father's restaurant," Caterina said. Said Pawlikowski: "The kid [Caterina] is my best friend. " That connection works wonders on the football field, especially when the duo is trying to help the Seneca defense shut down an opposing offense. "If he doesn't get there, I'll get there," Caterina said.
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October 24, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pawlikowski has been known for most of his career as an offensive player. But he's been making a major impact on the defensive side during Seneca's three-game winning streak. In victories over Moorestown, Cherry Hill East and Cherry Hill West, Pawlikowski has registered a total of six sacks and eight tackles for losses from his outside linebacker position. In a 30-0 victory over Cherry Hill West in Seneca's last game before a bye, Pawlikowski was credited with 21 tackles - nine individuals, including three sacks, and 12 assists.
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September 29, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bill Fisher was starting to think of ways to perk up his players. "Fourth and 18, I'm standing there thinking: 'What am I going to tell these kids at 0-3?' " said Fisher, Seneca's head football coach. Who knows? Fisher might have unfurled some masterful words of wisdom. But as it turns out, he didn't need them. Seneca converted that fourth and 18 in overtime, scored the tying touchdown two plays later, and added the decisive extra point to emerge with a 28-27 victory over Moorestown in a pulse-pounder on Friday night.
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November 9, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
One way to judge the Seneca football team is by its 3-5 record. Another is by its also-ran status in the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division and South Jersey Group 4 playoff races. Bill Fisher looks at his team from a different angle. "This might be the most fun that I've ever had as a coach," Fisher said. "Just being around these guys every day has been great. " Fisher said the Golden Eagles have been the same team all season, win or lose. They've been bright-eyed and bushy-tailed whether they've been coming off a devastating loss to Washington Township or a rousing victory over Camden Catholic.
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September 25, 2010 | By MICHAEL RADANO, For the Daily News
If there was ever any doubt of the faith Paul VI High coach John Doherty puts in senior quarterback Khaalig Burroughs and senior wideout Jakwail Bailey, it was erased last night. No, it wasn't the three touchdowns they combined to score against Seneca, although those played a large part in Paul VI's 26-21 win over the visiting Golden Eagles in a West Jersey Football League Constitution Division matchup. It wasn't Burroughs' 11 completions for 135 yards or Bailey's five receptions for 73 yards, either.
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September 16, 2010 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
In some ways, Charlie Owl is a typical Seneca quarterback. "He's like another running back," Seneca coach Bill Fisher said of Owl's speed and elusiveness. Plus, Owl embraces the Golden Eagles' status as one of South Jersey's best running teams. "If I have to hand off the whole game, I'm totally content with that," Owl said. But Seneca, the No. 3 team in The Inquirer's Top Ten, is likely to contend for both the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division title as well as the South Jersey Group 3 crown in part because Owl also is a different kind of Golden Eagles quarterback.
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September 15, 2010 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In some ways, Charlie Owl is a typical Seneca quarterback. "He's like another running back," Seneca coach Bill Fisher said of Owl's speed and elusiveness. Plus, Owl embraces the Golden Eagles' status as one of South Jersey's best running teams. "If I have to hand off the whole game, I'm totally content with that," Owl said. But Seneca, the No. 3 team in The Inquirer's top ten, is likely to contend for both the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division title as well as the South Jersey Group 3 crown in part because Owl also is a different kind of Golden Eagles' quarterback.
SPORTS
June 20, 2010
The Blue squad has players from Atlantic, Cumberland, Cape May, and Burlington Counties. The White team has players from Camden, Gloucester, and Salem Counties. Blue Mike Barber   Absegami   DL   6-1   230    Bob Reilly   Absegami   LB   5-9   210    Mykel Pollack   Atlantic City   FB   5-8   190    Mike Cisrow   Bridgeton   RB   5-8   175    Dom Hinrichsen   Buena   DL   6-0   275    John Alvarez   Buena   DL   6-0   220    Shaquan Hall   Burlington City   WR   6-2   180    Will Martin   Burlington Twp.   WR   5-10   175    Marcus Morales   Burlington Twp.   DB   5-9   160    Tyler Powell   Cherokee   DB   6-0   200    Jeff Long   Cherokee   OL   6-0   250    Shawn Howard   Cinnaminson   DL   6-0   250    Tim Wright   Cinnaminson   K   6-3   220    Dontay Kearney   Cumberland   OL   6-1   235    Aidan Campbell   Delran   DE   5-11   170    Carlos Obregon   Delran   TE   5-11   185    Zach Agostino   Egg Harbor Twp.   LB   5-10   185    Joe Bordan   Egg Harbor Twp.   OL   6-2   305    Ian Grover   Florence   OL   5-11   215    Marcus Rawls   Florence   DB   5-8   165   ...
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