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January 27, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dvonne Trumbo and Flo DaSilva combined for 12 points in the first quarter. They were even better at the defensive end. "That was the game plan," Trumbo said of the pressure defense that sparked Bishop Eustace to a 57-40 victory over Wildwood Catholic on Saturday in the Jeff Coney Classic boys' basketball showcase at Rancocas Valley. Trumbo and DaSilva, junior guards, combined for five steals in the first quarter, setting the tone for the impressive victory for Bishop Eustace (11-3)
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May 21, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Zac Gallen was the bat boy who sat in the front row for the photo when Bishop Eustace Prep won the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic title in 2004. His older brother, Jay, was a star as a junior pitcher for the Crusaders in those days. "I thought, 'Wow, this is big time,' " Zac Gallen said. "I knew I wanted to get one of these one day. " Like his brother eight years ago, Gallen sparked Bishop Eustace to the championship of the prestigious 16-team invitational tournament.
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May 16, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
At the plate, Bishop Eustace's baseball team managed just two hits and struck out 12 times. In the field, the Crusaders were nearly flawless. Zac Gallen pitched a complete game with zero walks and T.J. Maiorino and Chris Jones worked middle-infield magic with their gloves, as Bishop Eustace clinched a share of the Olympic National title with a 4-1 victory over Paul VI on Tuesday. "The defense was big," Gallen said. "Those guys made every play, especially when we needed it. " Gallen, a junior righthander, pitched a six-hitter with three strikeouts as Bishop Eustace won its sixth in a row to improve to 14-5 overall and 6-1 in the division.
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May 31, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
There were no surprises, no secrets. How could there be when the two Olympic Conference National Division rivals had met four times this season? Bishop Eustace ended up winning the best-of-five season series against Camden Catholic with Wednesday's 5-1 victory over the visiting Irish in a South Jersey Non-Public A baseball quarterfinal. Third-seeded Eustace (22-7) will visit St. Augustine in Friday's sectional semifinals. That Camden Catholic (19-10) was a No. 11 seed spoke volumes about the difficulty that exists in Non-Public A. And even more challenging was trying to beat Eustace righthander Zac Gallen.
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May 6, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nick Browne is trying to work the middle of the field. Mike Krusinski is trying to remain relaxed. Chris Jones is trying to stay back on the baseball. None of the Bishop Eustace players is trying to hit home runs. But the Bash Brothers have been clearing the fences at a remarkable rate. Through the first half of the season, Browne, Krusinski and Jones have combined for 20 home runs as Bishop Eustace has fashioned a 16-1 record and grabbed the No. 1 spot in The Inquirer Top 10 rankings.
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April 13, 2011 | By Chris Melchiorre, FOR THE INQUIRER
If the net was a glowing light, Zach Kaestner was the gnat fixated on weaving, wobbling, and often crashing into it Wednesday in the West Deptford boys' lacrosse team's 13-11 win over Bishop Eustace. Kaestner's teammates call him "Squirt. " His coach, Mike Yarusso, describes him as the type of player who is usually getting up off the ground every time he scores a goal. Yarusso said Kaestner, a sophomore attack, stands about 5-foot-4 and weighs about 135 pounds. "Actually, change that," Kaestner said.
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September 12, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As many goalies do, Camden Catholic senior Isabella Dolente likes a little action in front of her net. But all that traffic Tuesday was nearly too much of a good thing. "The whole second half, it seemed like it never stopped," Dolente said of the pressure created by Bishop Eustace during a fast-paced clash of two of South Jersey's best field hockey teams. Dolente and the Irish withstood the assault and emerged with a 2-1 victory in an Olympic Conference National Division game on Bishop Eustace's artificial turf field.
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November 25, 1988 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pennsauken did not qualify for the NJSIAA South Jersey playoffs this fall. So yesterday, the Indians did the next best thing. They beat a team that has already won in the playoffs. Pennsauken used stout defense to upset previously unbeaten Bishop Eustace, 7-6. A standing-room-only crowd of 3,500 watched the game at Pennsauken. The Indians, ranked No. 9 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, finished their season 7-2. Bishop Eustace, which had won its third consecutive South Jersey Parochial B championship a week ago, finished 9-1. The Crusaders are ranked No. 3 by The Inquirer.
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May 8, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Zac Gallen stuck with an old formula. Mike Krusinski tried something new. Both approaches worked to dramatic effect in Bishop Eustace's 4-0 victory over Cherry Hill West on Tuesday in an Olympic Conference National Division clash of Top 6 baseball teams. Gallen, a senior righthander, pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts as the Crusaders snapped the Lions' 10-game winning streak and kept pace with division-leading Camden Catholic in the Olympic National race. Krusinski, a junior leftfielder, snapped a 0-0 tie with a three-run triple on an 0-2 count with one out in the top of the seventh for Bishop Eustace (14-5 overall, 7-2 division)
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June 12, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tyler Phillips was downstairs in his house in Lumberton, playing Xbox. He wasn't paying attention to the Major League Baseball draft. "I was just trying to relax," Phillips said. One telephone call ended that. Phillips, a senior at Bishop Eustace Prep, received word Wednesday that he had been selected by the Texas Rangers in the 16th round. "It hit me hard," Phillips said. "The guy (Rangers scout) said, 'You watching the draft?' "I told him I wasn't. He said, 'C'mon, Ty. We just picked you.' " Phillips said he "was expecting" to get selected on Tuesday, when rounds 3-10 were held.
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June 10, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
In four games in the South A tournament, the Bishop Eustace baseball team allowed a total of six runs. In four games in the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic, the Crusaders allowed a total of four runs. That's 10 runs in eight elimination games. That's sensational. "That was our game all year," Crusaders coach Sam Tropiano said. "Our pitching carried us all year. " Bishop Eustace finished No. 1 in The Inquirer's South Jersey Top 10 with a 24-7 record. The Crusaders got some strong work from hitters such as senior shortstop Chris Jones and senior outfielder Nick Browne, among others.
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June 6, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Tyler Phillips was in first grade, the teacher asked him and his classmates to write down their career ambition. "I wrote down that I wanted to play in the major leagues," said Phillips, a senior at Bishop Eustace Prep. "I wrote it down every year after that. " Phillips still is a long way from realizing his dream. But he could take a step closer if he is selected in the Major League Baseball first-year player draft next week. "He's got what the scouts are looking for," Bishop Eustace coach Sam Tropiano said.
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May 31, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
It was a bang-bang play that ended the top of the sixth inning and ignited the cheers among the Gloucester Catholic faithful. It also turned up the flame inside of Bishop Eustace pitcher Tyler Phillips. "After (Ryan) DiMeo got called out at third, the fire built up for me," Phillips said. "I said, 'I'm not going to lose to that team.' " Phillips did his best work late in the pressure-packed game as Bishop Eustace beat Gloucester Catholic 2-1 in a clash of the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in South Jersey in the Non-Public South A semifinals on Friday.
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May 19, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jon Cole wasn't supposed to start. He didn't expect to finish. But the junior righthander went the distance Sunday night in leading Bishop Eustace Prep to a 4-1 victory over Eastern in the championship game of the 42d annual Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic. "I didn't think I would go all seven," Cole said after pitching a four-hitter and allowing just one unearned run. Junior catcher Nate Steele drove in two runs and senior first baseman Ryan DiMeo scored two runs as Bishop Eustace (20-5)
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May 11, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
Some South Jersey baseball teams treat the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic as a tune-up for the playoffs. Many want to be competitive, but if there is a conflict with a conference or a playoff race, that team will frequently opt to throw a lesser pitcher. Then there is Bishop Eustace, which goes after winning the 16-team single-elimination tournament like few others in South Jersey history. Eustace advanced Saturday with a 4-2 win over Cherry Hill West in an opening-round Diamond game at Washington Township.
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April 22, 2015 | By Dwayne C. Nelson, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Seneca boys' lacrosse team is hard to stop once it gets rolling. Just ask Bishop Eustace. Ten Golden Eagles scored goals Monday to lead Seneca to a 16-5 triumph at Bishop Eustace in an Olympic Conference game. Kevin Gray led the way with four goals and Alex Stahre chipped in with four assists. Nonleague. Joe Eisele scored three goals and Jared Chiachetti had three assists as host St. Augustine cruised past Rumson-Fair Haven, 12-1. Girls' Lacrosse Saige-Lyn Gidzinski (five goals)
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April 11, 2015 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kristin Biche scored five goals, including the 100th of her career, Thursday in Bishop Eustace's 13-7 victory over visiting Camden Catholic in an Olympic Conference girls' lacrosse game. The junior, who now has 101 goals, is the sixth player in the program's eight-year history to reach the milestone. Ally Criscuolo added four goals. Megan Kilpatrick led Camden Catholic with three goals. Also in the Olympic: Liza Barr had five goals and one assist to lead Shawnee to a 14-7 victory at Cherokee.
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April 8, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
The only thing better than Justin Hagenman's hitting was his pitching. Or maybe it was the other way around. In any case, Hagenman was the two-way star as Bishop Eustace beat Paul VI, 12-2, on Tuesday in an Olympic Conference National Division baseball game. Hagenman, a senior righthander and Penn State recruit, allowed one hit in five innings with six strikeouts and no walks in a game that was shortened to six innings by the 10-run rule. At the plate, Hagenman was 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles for visiting Bishop Eustace (3-0 overall, 1-0 in the division)
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