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January 21, 2010 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
If ever confidence could come from a loss, it arrived in big doses for Gloucester Catholic's ice hockey team. After a first period when the Rams were playing on their heels, Gloucester Catholic settled down and gave the state's top team a true battle. In the end, the physical strength and depth of Delbarton prevailed as the Green Wave defeated Gloucester Catholic, 4-2, during last night's Gordon Conference game before an overflow crowd at Washington Township's Hollydell Ice Arena.
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September 19, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, STAFF WRITER
DePaul Catholic's football team opened the season Sept. 9 with a loss to Paramus Catholic. It was a good game, a competitive game. Paramus Catholic won, 27-20. DePaul Catholic walked off the field with an 0-1 record and a bonanza of power points. "Rewarding a team for losing, what sense does that make?" Bud Kowal, the athletic director at Ewing High School and the president of the West Jersey Football League, wondered aloud in a sentiment shared by more than a few folks south of the Raritan River.
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June 3, 2011 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
LIVINGSTON, N.J. - There wasn't much to say after such a deflating loss. But Jake Berkelbach, St. Augustine lacrosse team senior captain, said one thing over and over again in his parting words to his team: Just make sure you're back in this game next year. The second-seeded Hermits (17-5) dropped the Non-Public A state championship game, 10-4, Thursday night to No. 1 Delbarton (16-5). But for the eight St. Augustine seniors, as it has been for every St. Augustine senior class, this season was about building and leaving a legacy.
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June 2, 2011 | By Chris Melchiorre, FOR THE INQUIRER
LIVINGSTON, N.J. - There wasn't much to say after such a deflating loss. But Jake Berkelbach, St. Augustine lacrosse team senior captain, said one thing over and over again in his parting words to his team: Just make sure you're back in this game next year. The second-seeded Hermits (17-5) dropped the Non-Public A state championship game, 10-4, Thursday night to No. 1 Delbarton (16-5). But for the eight St. Augustine seniors, as it has been for every St. Augustine senior class, this season was about building and leaving a legacy.
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March 25, 2012
Rowing LAKE LENAPE SPRINTS At Mays Landing. BOYS' RACES JV four: 1, Moorestown, 5:37.30. 2, Fordham, 5:39.78. 3, Ocean City, 6:00.84. JV eight: 1, St. Augustine A, 4:47.70. 2, Egg Harbor Twp., 4:51.61. 3, Vineland, 5:04.71. JV eight: 1, Moorestown, 4:51.40. 2, Holy Spirit, 4:57.50. 3, St. Augustine B, 5:27.64. Lightweight four: 1, Egg Harbor Twp., 5:41.18. 2, Oakcrest, 6:04.03. No third. Lightweight eight: 1, Oakcrest, 4:56.50.
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May 30, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
MORRISTOWN, N.J. - The drive from St. Augustine to Delbarton is roughly two hours. This, of course, is nothing unusual for the Hermits' lacrosse team - the nomads of South Jersey. Game days for St. Augustine often require more time on a bus than on a field. In fact, most St. Augustine players travel about an hour just to get from their homes to school every day. Sacrifice is a part of St. Augustine lacrosse. The team sacrifices easy wins to play an independent schedule against some of the top programs in the country.
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November 18, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Jarred Alwan scored his fourth touchdown of the game to lift No. 6 seed Camden Catholic over third-seeded Pope John XXIII, 28-21, Saturday in a Non-Public 3 quarterfinal football game in Sparta. Alwan's game-winning TD came on a 1-yard run with about 21/2 minutes remaining. The Irish running back feasted in the red zone, scoring from 6 yards twice in the second quarter and 9 yards in the third. He finished the game with 240 yards on 31 carries. Camden Catholic freshman quarterback Tyree Rodgers was 3-for-7 passing for 29 yards.
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May 26, 2011 | FOR THE INQUIRER
Matt Godlewski recovered from a one-set deficit to win his third-singles match with a third-set tiebreaker, clinching Haddonfield's 3-2 win over Bernards in the NJSIAA State Group 2 boys' tennis championship on Thursday at Mercer County Park. The Bulldogs (27-2) were the only South Jersey team to come home with a state title and advance to the Tournament of Champions. Godlewski, a junior, dropped the first set to Eric Oringer, 6-3, before coming back to win the last two sets, 6-4 and 7-6 (7-3)
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November 30, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Here's a closer look, with predictions, at the 15 playoff games involving South Jersey football teams this weekend. (Week 10: 8-2. Year to date: 75-24.)   Friday at 7 South Jersey Group 5 No. 6 seed Southern (8-2) at No. 2 Eastern (7-3). This could be a track meet on Eastern's artificial surface. Pick: Eastern, 40-34. No. 4 Atlantic City (8-2) at No. 1 Williamstown (10-0). The Williamstown pass defense will face a big challenge from Jarren McBryde, Dayshawn Reynolds, and company.
SPORTS
November 30, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Here's a closer look, with predictions, at the 15 playoff games involving South Jersey football teams this weekend. (Week 10: 8-2. Year to date: 75-24.) Friday at 7 South Jersey Group 5 No. 6 seed Southern (8-2) at No. 2 Eastern (7-3). This could be a track meet on Eastern's artificial surface. Pick: Eastern, 40-34. No. 4 Atlantic City (8-2) at No. 1 Williamstown (10-0). The Williamstown pass defense will face a big challenge from Jarren McBryde, Dayshawn Reynolds, and company.
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September 19, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, STAFF WRITER
DePaul Catholic's football team opened the season Sept. 9 with a loss to Paramus Catholic. It was a good game, a competitive game. Paramus Catholic won, 27-20. DePaul Catholic walked off the field with an 0-1 record and a bonanza of power points. "Rewarding a team for losing, what sense does that make?" Bud Kowal, the athletic director at Ewing High School and the president of the West Jersey Football League, wondered aloud in a sentiment shared by more than a few folks south of the Raritan River.
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June 17, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
When he was a freshman, Charlie Kitchen was 5-foot-9 and a rail-thin 130 pounds. He spent that season on the St. Augustine junior varsity lacrosse team. "I used to like speed dodging," Kitchen said, "because I was usually smaller than everyone else. " It's a striking comment from someone who measured a hulking 6-foot-31/2 and 205 pounds this year. It also goes a long way in explaining Kitchen's game. In a breakout season, Kitchen beat defenders in a variety of ways. He was nimble and quick for someone who was generally bigger than any other player on the field.
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May 30, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
MORRISTOWN, N.J. - The drive from St. Augustine to Delbarton is roughly two hours. This, of course, is nothing unusual for the Hermits' lacrosse team - the nomads of South Jersey. Game days for St. Augustine often require more time on a bus than on a field. In fact, most St. Augustine players travel about an hour just to get from their homes to school every day. Sacrifice is a part of St. Augustine lacrosse. The team sacrifices easy wins to play an independent schedule against some of the top programs in the country.
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March 28, 2015 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
The St. Augustine boys' lacrosse team is a magnet not just for talented players, but for fanatics and students of the game. So it's no surprise that the Hermits' defensive scheme is just a bit more advanced than most. St. Augustine's zone defense, as opposed to the more typical man-to-man, requires structure, discipline, and a better understanding of the game. If it works, the defense can dictate the flow of the game and the looks that it sees. But the players have to be smart and cohesive.
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December 19, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
A factory rises above the football field behind Paulsboro High School. Its smokestack's emission blended into the clouds on a dreary December Tuesday. Less than 500 feet from the school, a mill read "Go Big Red" in bold, red letters, acknowledging and embracing the school. One sport the town has recognized is wrestling. The school's program has won six straight South Jersey Group 1 titles. Paulsboro has produced 26 individual state championships. On the bottom floor of the brick school, the most recent champion, senior Ronnie Gentile, sat in the trainer's room.
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November 15, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
At the most exciting, important time of the football season, the best team in South Jersey will play one game in a span of 28 days. That's a crime. St. Joseph improved to 9-0 with a 49-0 victory over Ocean City on Saturday. The Wildcats, the No. 1 team in The Inquirer's South Jersey rankings, will sit home with a playoff bye this weekend. St. Joseph will play again in the Non-Public 1 semifinals on Nov. 22. And barring a monumental upset at the hands of the Mater Dei vs. Morristown-Beard winner - if there was a line, it would be 431/2 - the Wildcats will finish the season in the state final, likely Dec. 6 at Kean University.
SPORTS
June 9, 2013
All games Sunday. Group 4 Eastern (28-4) vs. Westfield (19-11) at Toms River North, 3:30 p.m. Eastern's road to the final: Beat Millville, 4-2; Toms River North, 7-3; Williamstown, 4-0; Shawnee, 16-6; Hunterdon Central, 2-1. Westfield's road to the final: Beat Scotch Plains- Fanwood, 15-7; Linden, 1-0; Perth Amboy, 2-1; North Hunterdon, 4-2; Randolph, 3-2. Eastern players to watch: Steve Priolo (8-1, 1.99 ERA); Nick Tierno (.340, 34 hits, 39 runs); Tom Flacco (.414, 41 hits, 15 extra-base hits, 38 RBIs)
SPORTS
March 8, 2013
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City. 106: Brandon Cray (Hamilton East, 31-4) vs. Calo Giannai (Bridgewater-Raritan, 31-5), winner to meet Michael Russo (Jackson Liberty, 35-0); Eric Pruzszinski (Lower Cape May, 29-10) vs. Dean Caravela (Caldwell, 31-3), winner to meet Ty Agaisse (Delbarton, 30-2); Fred Mase (Eastern, 35-1) vs. Anthony Cruz (Passaic Valley, 31-10), winner to meet winner of Patrick D'Arcy (Holy Spirit, 35-4) vs. Adam LaBracio (Hillsborough, 35-4)
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November 30, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Here's a closer look, with predictions, at the 15 playoff games involving South Jersey football teams this weekend. (Week 10: 8-2. Year to date: 75-24.)   Friday at 7 South Jersey Group 5 No. 6 seed Southern (8-2) at No. 2 Eastern (7-3). This could be a track meet on Eastern's artificial surface. Pick: Eastern, 40-34. No. 4 Atlantic City (8-2) at No. 1 Williamstown (10-0). The Williamstown pass defense will face a big challenge from Jarren McBryde, Dayshawn Reynolds, and company.
SPORTS
November 30, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Here's a closer look, with predictions, at the 15 playoff games involving South Jersey football teams this weekend. (Week 10: 8-2. Year to date: 75-24.) Friday at 7 South Jersey Group 5 No. 6 seed Southern (8-2) at No. 2 Eastern (7-3). This could be a track meet on Eastern's artificial surface. Pick: Eastern, 40-34. No. 4 Atlantic City (8-2) at No. 1 Williamstown (10-0). The Williamstown pass defense will face a big challenge from Jarren McBryde, Dayshawn Reynolds, and company.
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