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October 8, 1988 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
For the third straight week, a Bishop Eustace Prep football opponent ran into a wall. Jeff Wall. A brick wall probably wouldn't have caused as much pain. Wall, a senior two-way back, scored three touchdowns - including an 18- yarder after he made a spectacular one-handed grab - and gained 178 yards on 19 carries last night, leading Eustace to a 43-14 nonleague win at Highland. In three games, Wall (6 feet, 185 pounds) has scored eight touchdowns and gained 513 yards on 41 carries, an alarming average of 12.5 yards per attempt.
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March 16, 1987 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
One minute they were up, the next minute they were down. At the end, when it counted most, the girls from Bishop Eustace Prep fell short. The Crusaders dropped a 54-50 decision to Immaculata of Somerville yesterday in the NJSIAA Parochial B girls' basketball championship game at Brookdale Community College. "We've accomplished an awful lot this year; by no means do we have to hang our heads over one game," Eustace coach Jackie Trakimas said. "In a state championship game, you always have two quality teams.
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January 19, 2010 | By MICHAEL RADANO For the Daily News
The field house at Bishop Eustace Prep had all but cleared out, and Eustace head coach Bob Falconiero stood near the emblem at center court with a look that betrayed his disappointment. "We're really not looking for moral victories," Falconiero said. "We're looking for victories. " Eustace (8-2), ranked No. 5 in the Daily News South Jersey Top 10, couldn't hold on to a six-point third-quarter lead as No. 2 Camden Catholic beat the Crusaders, 53-50, last night in front of a packed house in an Olympic Conference contest.
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June 12, 1989 | By Marc Narducci, Special to The Inquirer
The script was hauntingly familiar for Bishop Eustace Prep. The Crusaders, playing their second state Parochial B baseball championship game in the last three years, once again had a late-inning lead disappear largely due to the heroics of a highly touted major-league draft choice. Eustace, which led, 1-0, going into the seventh inning, dropped a 4-1 eight-inning affair yesterday to Marist in the Parochial B state title game at Princeton University. The Crusaders, No. 3 in The Inquirer's South Jersey ratings, fell to 22-6, while Marist improved to 16-6-1 in winning its first state baseball title.
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June 12, 1987 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
If Bishop Eustace Prep is going to win the fourth NJSIAA Parochial B state baseball championship in school history, it will have to defeat the best high school pitcher in America tomorrow afternoon. Eustace will be facing Willie Banks, the hard-throwing righthander from St. Anthony High of Jersey City, in the 3:30 showdown at Princeton University. Banks, the third player selected in last week's major-league, amateur free- agent draft, has had his fastball consistently clocked in the 88-94 m.p.h range.
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October 15, 1991 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
For a team that has scored 42 goals in 11 games this season, the field hockey squad from Bishop Eustace Prep is playing very good defense. The defense has been so good that Crusaders coach Jeanne Kline believes her team's offensive unit is being fueled by the all-over-the-field play of the defenders. With such a team effort, it's no wonder that Eustace has run its record to 9-2 and earned the No. 9 spot in The Inquirer's South Jersey Top 10. Of the Crusaders' victories, seven have been by shutout, and the team has given up only seven goals on the year.
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June 14, 1987 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
With two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning of yesterday's NJSIAA Parochial B state championship game, Bishop Eustace Prep righthander Joe Achey was working on a brilliant one-hitter. Eustace, which held a 2-1 lead at the time, was working on one of the most startling upsets in the 17-year history of the state finals. "For six innings, we were living a dream," said Eustace coach Joe Galliera after the 150 minutes of riveting suspense was over. "I guess we woke up an inning early.
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September 15, 2005 | By Sam Carchidi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
For the second straight year, Haddonfield (Group 2) and Bishop Eustace Prep (Non-Public B) have won Shop-Rite Cups in their respective New Jersey athletic sections, the NJSIAA announced yesterday. The state-wide competition, sponsored by the supermarket, awards points primarily on a 10-8-5-5 basis for schools that finish first, second, third or fourth in each sport's state playoffs. In addition, a school receives three bonus points if it was "disqualification-free" in the season it placed in the state championship competition.
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December 27, 1989 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Facing a 10-point deficit with about five minutes to play yesterday, Bishop Eustace Prep employed a suffocating full-court press. And it left Paul VI gasping - and with its first loss of the season. Eustace, with its turnover-causing press making the difference, went on a 22-7 run in the last five minutes and jolted Paul VI, 67-62, in an opening- round game in the 13th annual Cherry Hill East Holiday Classic at Cherry Hill East High. Eustace (4-1) moved into tomorrow's 7:30 p.m. semifinal against Cherry Hill East, which recorded a stunning, 43-40 victory over Willingboro last night.
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March 2, 2002 | By Rich Fisher INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The Bishop Eustace girl's basketball team yesterday gave head coach Annette Reiter the perfect birthday present - its best performance of the year. The fifth-seeded Crusaders rolled to a 53-33 victory over fourth seed Gloucester Catholic in the NJSIAA South Jersey Parochial B quarterfinals. Eustace (18-7) will face Sacred Heart, which beat McCorristin, 57-39, last night. "We haven't played a full four quarters all year," said senior center Jill Norton, who had 13 points and 12 rebounds.
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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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May 3, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
It can be an overwhelming situation, seeing all those radar guns measuring his velocity, and those handling the instruments also assessing intangibles such as character, heart, and the will to compete. Bishop Eustace senior righthander Tyler Phillips is used to the drill and focuses only on the next batter, not the group of older men behind home plate who are taking notes on one pitch after another. Phillips has had plenty of company during his pitching appearances this season, as several major-league scouts eye him. It could be intimidating and overwhelming, or it could be motivating.
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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 20, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chris Jones couldn't say that something was wrong from the first pitch, since he hit it over the fence for another home run. But the Bishop Eustace Prep senior sensed that something wasn't quite right with his team Saturday from the start of the championship game of the 34th annual Tom Heinkel Memorial Tournament. "We were flat," Jones said. "When you're flat in baseball, you're going to lose. " Jones, a senior shortstop, continued his torrid hitting during the sun-splashed action at the Crusaders' baseball complex.
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April 19, 2015
BASEBALL OLYMPIC CONFERENCE Bishop Eustace 4, Seneca 2: Chris Jones had three hits, including a home run and a double, for the visiting Crusaders. Ryan DiMeo drove in two runs. Tyler Phillips pitched a complete game and struck out three. BURLINGTON COUNTY Bordentown 18, Palmyra 7: Marc Gronostajski had four hits, including two home runs, four RBIs, and four runs in a win on the road. Tim Bognar had a double and two RBIs. TRI-COUNTY CLASSIC Gloucester Catholic 20, Clayton 1: Angelo DeAngelis belted a home run and finished with four RBIs to lead the visiting Rams.
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April 14, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kevin Lammers liked the open spaces in the outfield of the Audubon High School baseball complex. He liked the fast track on the base paths, too. Lammers showed his blazing speed in the field and on the bases Sunday in sparking Bishop Eustace to a 10-1 victory over Audubon in the championship game of the 20th annual Ralph Shaw Classic baseball tournament. Lammers, a junior centerfielder, made a pair of running catches and rapped two hits, including a three-run triple, before a large crowd on a warm, sunny afternoon at Audubon's Hank Greenberg Field.
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April 13, 2015 | By Matt Hoffman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Clare Monaghan and Natalia Marrone each netted three goals, and a six-goal surge in the second half gave host Bishop Eustace the edge over Rancocas Valley, 14-12, in the Crusader Lacrosse Challenge. Kristen Biche, Ally Criscuolo, Camille Marsdale, and Molly Monaghan each scored twice. Mekayla Montgomery netted six goals for the Red Devils. Also at the showcase: Haley Pawliczek and Nicole Zaso scored three goals each to lead Cherry Hill East over Mainland, 17-8. Renee Powers and Rachel Becker each netted two. Alex Fitzpatrick had seven scores as Northern Burlington defeated Millville, 18-5.
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April 12, 2015 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bishop Eustace had a surplus of offense Friday. Nate Steele, Chris Jones, Nick Browne, and Ryan DiMeo each hit a home run to power the Crusaders past Camden Catholic, 12-1, in an Olympic Conference baseball game at home. Steele also had a double and was 3 for 3 with three RBIs and two runs. DiMeo scored three runs. Jones had two RBIs. Justin Hagenman drove in a pair of runs. MYRTLE BEACH TOURNAMENT Egg Harbor Township 10, Niles McKinley 0: Brandon Riggs stuck out six in a win at the Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Todd Henry went 3 for 3, including a home run and a double, with five RBIs and two runs.
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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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