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November 21, 1997 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Dave Berliner, who started the season as a reserve goalie, finished it as a game-saving state champion. The Moorestown junior made several key saves last night to help the Quakers defeat Chatham, 1-0, in the Group 2 soccer title game at the College of New Jersey. Moorestown, which won its only other state title in 1981, finished 19-3-1. With Berliner heading the defensive effort, the Quakers outscored teams, 20-2, in six tournament games. Chatham, a team with a rich tradition and 23 previous state titles, ended 17-2-2.
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March 15, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The first two minutes of last night's NJSIAA Group 2 state title game would have sent most teams into a panic. Instead of freezing after falling behind by 7-0, the Haddonfield girls' basketball team caught fire. By maintaining their poise and playing stingy defense, the Bulldogs topped Chatham, 48-35, for their sixth state title at the Ritacco Center. Haddonfield attributed Chatham's quick start to adrenaline, then set about the task of coming back. "I've been at this so long, you know it's an adrenaline rush," Haddonfield coach Terry Mancini said.
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October 2, 1997 | By Rachel Smolkin, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Dennis "Chubb" Miller raped his wife and stabbed her to death in their Chatham home, Chester County Judge Howard F. Riley Jr. decided yesterday. After a three-day, non-jury trial, Riley convicted Miller, who was once featured on America's Most Wanted, of first-degree murder, rape and related charges for killing his wife, Sherry Miller, in November 1995 after years of threats and abuse. He faces a possible death sentence. In his closing arguments, Dennis Miller's attorney, R. Kerry Kalmbach, contended that his client killed Sherry Miller in a fit of rage.
NEWS
May 5, 2010
Chatham at Shawnee, Thrusday, 4:30 p.m.: After Tuesday's games, Shawnee was 11-1 and ranked No. 4 in the state, and Chatham was 13-2 and No. 8, according to Laxpower.com. It's the beginning of an ambitious week for Shawnee, which also faces Top 10 teams Clearview and Seneca.    Other games to watch: Holy Cross at Seneca, Thursday, 3:45 p.m.; Eastern at Lenape, Friday, 3:45 p.m.; Shawnee at Clearview, Monday, 6 p.m.; Seneca at Shawnee, Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.  
SPORTS
February 27, 2012 | By Bob Cabnet, For The Inquirer
For the Cherry Hill West and Haddonfield girls' swim teams, setting school records didn't translate into victory Sunday during the NJSIAA Public Team Swimming Championships at the College of New Jersey Aquatic Center in Ewing. Both the Lions and the Bulldogs fell short in their attempts to dethrone defending state champions. In the Division A meet, Cherry Hill West lost to Westfield, 89-81. In Division B, Haddonfield dropped a 102-68 decision to Chatham, which captured its second consecutive crown.
SPORTS
June 10, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
UNION, N.J. - With 14 minutes left in the game, it was vintage Moorestown. A comfortable eight-goal lead. The team running like a machine. And the writing on the wall for another girls' lacrosse Tournament of Champions title. Nine minutes later, Mary Flick walked into the draw circle with the weight of a perfect season on her shoulders. Later, after her team ultimately escaped a 12-11 winner over Chatham on Saturday at Kean University, she readily and loudly conceded: "I was freaking out. " It didn't show.
SPORTS
June 5, 2012
Tournament of Champions Semifinals Who: Moorestown (24-0) vs. Glen Ridge (21-3) When: Tuesday, 5 p.m. Where: Monmouth University Fast Facts: Moorestown, the Group 3 state champion, topped Glen Ridge, the Group 1 state champion, in the semifinal round of last year's Tournament of Champions, a game Moorestown won, 8-4. Other semifinal: Ridgewood vs. Chatham, 3 p.m. at Monmouth University....
REAL_ESTATE
January 19, 2001 | By Sheila Dyan, FOR THE INQUIRER
What makes a building memorable? Character, charm and friendly folk, according to a resident of the Chatham, an apartment house at 20th and Walnut Streets, just off Rittenhouse Square. "I was living in Italy [in 1999] before starting a dual-degree program at the Wharton School and Johns Hopkins University," said Kristin Greene, 28, a resident of the Chatham since August. "I had done preliminary house-hunting earlier, and when it came time to make final arrangements in Philadelphia, the Chatham was the only building I really remembered.
SPORTS
March 12, 2007 | By Sam Carchidi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
All season, the Haddonfield boys' basketball team thrived on its outside shooting. Yesterday, in the fourth quarter of the NJSIAA Group 2 state final at the Rutgers Athletic Center, it died by it. Shooting 1 for 15 from the floor and scoring just two points in the final quarter, Haddonfield lost to Chatham, 48-42, before a roaring crowd estimated at 7,000. Haddonfield (26-5) was trying to become the first team in the 75-year history of the Group 2 tournament to win four consecutive state titles.
SPORTS
June 10, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
For the benefit of the scientifically challenged sportswriters asking her questions, Amanda Currell made sure to talk slowly. "OK," the senior goalie of the Moorestown girls' lacrosse team said. "At 211 degrees, water is just hot. At 212, it boils and creates steam. Steam powers a locomotive. " She smiled. "So it's that extra degree that really gets you going. " Hence: 212, the rallying cry for this year's Moorestown team. And it's fitting. Because, like a locomotive, the Quakers are again barreling into the Tournament of Champions title game, scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday against Group 2 champion Chatham at Kean University.
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June 10, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
UNION, N.J. - With 14 minutes left in the game, it was vintage Moorestown. A comfortable eight-goal lead. The team running like a machine. And the writing on the wall for another girls' lacrosse Tournament of Champions title. Nine minutes later, Mary Flick walked into the draw circle with the weight of a perfect season on her shoulders. Later, after her team ultimately escaped a 12-11 winner over Chatham on Saturday at Kean University, she readily and loudly conceded: "I was freaking out. " It didn't show.
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June 10, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
For the benefit of the scientifically challenged sportswriters asking her questions, Amanda Currell made sure to talk slowly. "OK," the senior goalie of the Moorestown girls' lacrosse team said. "At 211 degrees, water is just hot. At 212, it boils and creates steam. Steam powers a locomotive. " She smiled. "So it's that extra degree that really gets you going. " Hence: 212, the rallying cry for this year's Moorestown team. And it's fitting. Because, like a locomotive, the Quakers are again barreling into the Tournament of Champions title game, scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday against Group 2 champion Chatham at Kean University.
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June 9, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, FOR THE INQUIRER
For the benefit of the scientifically challenged sports writers asking her questions, Amanda Currell made sure to talk slowly. "OK," the senior goalie of the Moorestown girls' lacrosse team said. "At 211 degrees, water is just hot. At 212, it boils and creates steams. Steam powers a locomotive. " She smiled. "So it's that extra degree that really gets you going. " Hence: 212, the rallying cry for this year's Moorestown team. And it's fitting. Because, like a locomotive, the Quakers are again barreling into the Tournament of Champions title game, scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday against Group 2 champion Chatham at Kean University.
SPORTS
June 5, 2012
Tournament of Champions Semifinals Who: Moorestown (24-0) vs. Glen Ridge (21-3) When: Tuesday, 5 p.m. Where: Monmouth University Fast Facts: Moorestown, the Group 3 state champion, topped Glen Ridge, the Group 1 state champion, in the semifinal round of last year's Tournament of Champions, a game Moorestown won, 8-4. Other semifinal: Ridgewood vs. Chatham, 3 p.m. at Monmouth University....
SPORTS
May 27, 2012
Highlights of Saturday's contests can be found at: www.philly.com/rally Baseball SOUTH JERSEY GROUP 3 QUARTERFINALS Ocean City 7, Moorestown 5 NONLEAGUE Gloucester Catholic 5, Buena 0 Boys' Lacrosse STATE GROUP 1 SEMIFINALS Summit 13, Rumson 7 Glen Ridge 10, Mountain Lakes 4 STATE GROUP 2 SEMIFINALS Somerville 11, Seneca 4 Chatham 7, Hopewell...
SPORTS
February 27, 2012 | By Bob Cabnet, For The Inquirer
For the Cherry Hill West and Haddonfield girls' swim teams, setting school records didn't translate into victory Sunday during the NJSIAA Public Team Swimming Championships at the College of New Jersey Aquatic Center in Ewing. Both the Lions and the Bulldogs fell short in their attempts to dethrone defending state champions. In the Division A meet, Cherry Hill West lost to Westfield, 89-81. In Division B, Haddonfield dropped a 102-68 decision to Chatham, which captured its second consecutive crown.
NEWS
February 26, 2012 | By Bob Cabnet, FOR THE INQUIRER
For the Cherry Hill West and Haddonfield girls' swim teams, setting school records didn't translate into victory Sunday during the NJSIAA Public Team Swimming Championships at the College of New Jersey Aquatic Center in Ewing. Both the Lions and the Bulldogs fell short in their attempts to dethrone defending state champions. In the Division A meet, Cherry Hill West lost to Westfield, 89-81. In Division B, Haddonfield dropped a 102-68 decision to Chatham, which captured its second consecutive crown.
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