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February 27, 2013 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
In December, Ray Lawry helped lead Kingsway to an upset playoff win at Lacey Township on the gridiron. On Tuesday, Lawry and host Kingsway ended ninth-seeded Lacey Township's season on the hardwood with a 50-38 win in an opening-round South Jersey Group 3 matchup. Lawry, who ran for 229 yards and three touchdowns the last time he saw Lacey Township, scored 15 points and had seven rebounds and five assists for Kingsway, the eighth seed. In other South Jersey Group 3 play: Moorestown 63, Ocean City 44 - Seth Jones scored nine of his 24 points in the fourth quarter for sixth-seeded Moorestown to put away the 11th seed, visiting Ocean City.
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November 20, 1988 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
Carl Tarricone kicked a field goal in the waning seconds to negate an inspired second-half comeback by Woodrow Wilson High yesterday and give Lacey Township a 31-28 victory for the South Jersey Group 3 football championship. The visiting Wilson Tigers (6-3), making a bid for their first sectional crown, had rallied from a 20-point deficit in the last 14 minutes of the game to pull even at 28-all with 11 seconds remaining. But a halfback-option pass, which went for 43 yards, set up a 30-yard field goal by Tarricone as time ran out. Had Lacey Township (9-0)
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June 9, 1997 | by Gloria Campisi, Daily News Staff Writer The Associated Press contributed to this report
The girls in long dresses. The boys in tuxes. It was the evening of a young lifetime. Until splashes of blood on the walls, toilet and tiles of a restroom stall turned the Lacey Township, N.J., high school prom into an ugly memory Friday night. Another young woman had given birth and dumped her newborn, this time in a trash can in the bathroom, authorities said. Then, inconceivably, the 19-year-old senior returned to the ballroom floor and her boyfriend's arms and continued dancing.
NEWS
July 30, 2012
LACEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Officials say power was fully restored at the Oyster Creek nuclear plant on Saturday afternoon, several days after the nation's oldest operating plant lost off-site power. The outage began Monday morning, when an electrical disruption caused the plant's reactor to automatically shut down. Officials believe the power loss was caused by the grounding of a high-voltage line that provides electricity to the Ocean County nuclear plant. Personnel spent the week performing minor maintenance that can be done only while the reactor is offline.
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May 3, 2013 | By Wayne Parry, Associated Press
SANDY HOOK, N.J. - One of New Jersey's most popular swimming and fishing areas is back in business little more than six months after sustaining serious damage from Hurricane Sandy. The Gateway National Recreation Area at Sandy Hook opened Wednesday morning to accommodate anglers. Sandy Hook is a prime spot for bluefish and striped bass in the spring, and fishermen landed several large bass on Wednesday. Students from Lacey Township were in the first group to see the park after it reopened.
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March 5, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia
LANOKA HARBOR, N.J. - Eleven months ago, Camden was 3-17. Now, the Panthers are South Jersey Group 3 champions. "It just goes to show, the High never stays down," Camden senior forward Ajwan Leaming said after another dramatic victory continued the Panthers' remarkable tournament run and stunning transformation since February 2011. Camden won at Lacey Township's pace, and at Lacey Township's place, beating the top-seeded Lions by a 42-40 score in the sectional title game in front of a capacity-plus crowd on Monday night.
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December 2, 2012 | By Nick Carroll, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
LANOKA HARBOR, N.J. - Whenever Ray Lawry touches the football, there is an unquestioned buzz in the stadium. The shifty Division I recruit can take any carry for a touchdown, as he did 10 times in his last two games before Kingsway's semifinal Saturday at Lacey Township. But as sixth-seeded Kingsway ran away with a 42-28 victory over the second seed in South Jersey Group 4, Lawry did not even create the most excitement from his own backfield. Fullback Emilio Irving ran for 179 yards on 10 second-half carries, including three crucial touchdowns.
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November 7, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Denis Hickey pounced on a shot by Mike Ross that ricocheted off the crossbar in the 55th minute, and sixth-seeded Cherokee held off visiting No. 11 Lenape, 1-0, in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 soccer tournament Tuesday. Clearview 1, Millville 0: Joe Dibabbo scored in the 95th minute on an assist from Gavin Bright to lift the host, third-seeded Pioneers. Ricky Nelson made four saves. Sean Matias had 16 saves for No. 14 Millville. Shawnee 1, Rancocas Valley 0 PKs: Dalton Wu made seven saves in regulation and two more in overtime, as the No. 13 Renegades won at No. 4 Rancocas Valley.
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November 19, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ray Lawry doesn't run any faster in the playoffs. It just seems that way. "There's just way more intensity," Lawry, a senior running back at Kingsway, said of postseason play. "You know it's time to turn it up. " Lawry has become Kingsway's Mr. November. He scored six touchdowns Friday to lead the fourth-seeded Dragons to a 52-17 victory over fourth-seeded Lacey Township in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 tournament. Lawry has scored 17 touchdowns in his last four playoff games.
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May 18, 2014 | By Edward Colimore, Inquirer Staff Writer
TOMS RIVER, N.J. - At a picnic area on the Garden State Parkway, Robert Marshall pulled over shortly after midnight to check a tire on his white Cadillac. He was walking to the rear of the car, he said, when he was struck on the head and knocked unconscious. When he came to, Marshall said, he found his wife, Maria, dead in the front seat of the car, with two bullet wounds to her back. She had been shot with a .45-caliber automatic pistol. The story didn't add up, and Marshall would be convicted of hiring his wife's killers.
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November 19, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ray Lawry doesn't run any faster in the playoffs. It just seems that way. "There's just way more intensity," Lawry, a senior running back at Kingsway, said of postseason play. "You know it's time to turn it up. " Lawry has become Kingsway's Mr. November. He scored six touchdowns Friday to lead the fourth-seeded Dragons to a 52-17 victory over fourth-seeded Lacey Township in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 tournament. Lawry has scored 17 touchdowns in his last four playoff games.
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November 17, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Drew Burdsall goes about 5-foot-4, 145 pounds. And for the last three weeks, he has played with a cast on his broken right hand. Neither of those things stopped the Pennsville wide receiver from becoming the all-time state leader in receptions Friday night. Burdsall had eight catches for 134 yards as top-seeded Pennsville beat No. 8 Gloucester, 61-28, in the South Jersey Group 1 quarterfinals. Burdsall's fifth catch gave him 169 for his career, eclipsing the mark set by Anthony Fasano at Verona in 2001.
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November 7, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Denis Hickey pounced on a shot by Mike Ross that ricocheted off the crossbar in the 55th minute, and sixth-seeded Cherokee held off visiting No. 11 Lenape, 1-0, in the first round of the South Jersey Group 4 soccer tournament Tuesday. Clearview 1, Millville 0: Joe Dibabbo scored in the 95th minute on an assist from Gavin Bright to lift the host, third-seeded Pioneers. Ricky Nelson made four saves. Sean Matias had 16 saves for No. 14 Millville. Shawnee 1, Rancocas Valley 0 PKs: Dalton Wu made seven saves in regulation and two more in overtime, as the No. 13 Renegades won at No. 4 Rancocas Valley.
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May 22, 2013 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sixth-seeded Timber Creek survived a scare Tuesday from the 11th seed, Lacey Township, and picked up a 7-6 win in the first round of the South Jersey Group 3 softball playoffs. Brianna Fisher's one-out single scored Casey Wagner in the bottom of the seventh for the game-winning run. Candice Dunn and Katie Keebler each homered for Timber Creek earlier in the contest. In other Group 3 play: Skylar Wylie of second-seeded Hammonton slammed a two-run homer, paving the way to a 3-0 home win against Winslow Township.
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May 22, 2013
Baseball BURLINGTON CO. LEAGUE TOURN . Moorestown 9, Northern Burlington 2 BURLINGTON COUNTY FREEDOM Maple Shade 3, Burlington City 1 BURLINGTON COUNTY PATRIOT Delran 12, Westampton Tech 1 CAMDEN COUNTY SEMIFINALS Eastern 11, Haddon Township 3 CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE AMERICAN Hammonton 11, Absegami 7 CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE NATIONAL Middle Township 12, Lower Cape May 7 COLONIAL CONFERENCE Collingswood 8,...
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May 3, 2013 | By Wayne Parry, Associated Press
SANDY HOOK, N.J. - One of New Jersey's most popular swimming and fishing areas is back in business little more than six months after sustaining serious damage from Hurricane Sandy. The Gateway National Recreation Area at Sandy Hook opened Wednesday morning to accommodate anglers. Sandy Hook is a prime spot for bluefish and striped bass in the spring, and fishermen landed several large bass on Wednesday. Students from Lacey Township were in the first group to see the park after it reopened.
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February 27, 2013 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
In December, Ray Lawry helped lead Kingsway to an upset playoff win at Lacey Township on the gridiron. On Tuesday, Lawry and host Kingsway ended ninth-seeded Lacey Township's season on the hardwood with a 50-38 win in an opening-round South Jersey Group 3 matchup. Lawry, who ran for 229 yards and three touchdowns the last time he saw Lacey Township, scored 15 points and had seven rebounds and five assists for Kingsway, the eighth seed. In other South Jersey Group 3 play: Moorestown 63, Ocean City 44 - Seth Jones scored nine of his 24 points in the fourth quarter for sixth-seeded Moorestown to put away the 11th seed, visiting Ocean City.
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December 2, 2012 | By Nick Carroll, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
LANOKA HARBOR, N.J. - Whenever Ray Lawry touches the football, there is an unquestioned buzz in the stadium. The shifty Division I recruit can take any carry for a touchdown, as he did 10 times in his last two games before Kingsway's semifinal Saturday at Lacey Township. But as sixth-seeded Kingsway ran away with a 42-28 victory over the second seed in South Jersey Group 4, Lawry did not even create the most excitement from his own backfield. Fullback Emilio Irving ran for 179 yards on 10 second-half carries, including three crucial touchdowns.
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October 31, 2012 | By Jane Von Bergen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Oyster Creek nuclear power plant remains on "alert" status even as the rising waters that caused problems with the reactor's pumping system continue to abate, a spokesman for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Tuesday. Despite the "alert" status, which is the second least serious level, the reactor, located in Lacey Township, Ocean County, is considered "safe," he said. The Oyster Creek facility was impacted by the storm in three ways - rising water in intake canals affected pump performance in an intake structure; a power outage in the area also hit the plant, causing it to switch to back up generator to power the facility, and winds and weather took out 21 of about 50 warning sirens positioned in a 10-mile radius of the plant, said spokesman Neil Sheehan.
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