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January 9, 1986 | By KURT HEINE, Daily News Staff Writer
John Majane hoped for more than a decade that his daughter, who was 15 when he last saw her in Moorestown, N.J., had simply run away. But Carolyn Majane was pretty, popular and happy. And aside from the usual struggles of growing up with four brothers, she had no reason to vanish on her own. "I always hoped that she was alive," said John Majane, a self-employed engineer who now lives with his family in Bethesda, Md. "But after so many years and so many holidays went by without so much as a phone call, I started to realize that she must be dead.
SPORTS
October 21, 2013 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
Moments before the first goal, a Moorestown assistant coach shook his head and threw his hands in the air. "That's the story of our season," he said as West Deptford's RJ Eckley lined up for a penalty kick, after Moorestown was whistled for a handball in the 18-yard box. Such was the way the game went Saturday morning as third-seeded West Deptford beat No. 14 Moorestown, 2-1, in the first round of the boys' soccer Coaches Tournament. The game featured several fitting examples of the frustration felt by Moorestown (7-5-1)
SPORTS
September 19, 2014 | By Julie Kayzerman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The spur-of-the-moment decision to move sophomore defenseman Nicki Dadino up to midfield during a corner shot worked for the Moorestown field hockey team. Receiving the ball near the right post of Shawnee's cage from senior midfielder Rachel Stefano, Dadino placed the ball perfectly to the left side. Scoring her first high school goal, she helped give the host Quakers a 2-1 win over an old rival, the Renegades, in a nonleague matchup Wednesday. "I had a gut feeling inside of me that it was going to come right to me," Dadino said.
SPORTS
January 11, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
The season was young, but Thomas Farrior thought Willingboro's habit of losing close games was getting old. "We had to figure out a way to win games like this," said Farrior, Willingboro's versatile senior guard. Farrior had 18 points, six rebounds, and four steals as Willingboro beat Moorestown, 74-72, Thursday in overtime in a Burlington County League interdivision boys' basketball game. Senior forward Terique Robinson also scored 18 and made the only bucket in overtime for Willingboro (5-3)
SPORTS
October 21, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
A coaching milestone and a trip to a championship game will be on the line for the Moorestown boys' soccer team Sunday in the semifinals of the South Jersey Coaches Tournament. The Quakers got there by beating Timber Creek, 1-0, in a quarterfinal defensive struggle Saturday, giving coach Mike Sutcliffe his 299th win in a career that goes back to 1990. Ninth-seeded Moorestown will play Lenape, a Friday winner over Haddon Heights, at 2 p.m. at Eastern. Michael Handlan scored the game's lone goal in the 79th minute, winning a race to a loose ball in the box after a failed clearing attempt.
SPORTS
March 31, 2014 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
After every Moorestown goal, the Quakers players who weren't on the field ran along the sideline, stopped at the end, and ran back to where they had been standing with their coaches. It was a way for the bench guys to get involved in the game, fired up, and supporting their teammates. But their coach suspects there was another reason. "I think they were cold and they tried to warm up a little bit," Moorestown's Baron Wallenhurst said. The players ran back and forth nine times as the Quakers cruised to a 9-3 lacrosse victory Saturday against visiting Hill School (Pa.)
NEWS
October 21, 2004 | By Rusty Pray INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Traganza property is finally in the hands of Moorestown. The 34 acres on Garwood Road are "some of the most prestigious and pristine property in town," said Dennis Talty, the township solicitor. "It has woods, streams, wildlife. It's really environmentally sensitive. " Township officials had been "pursuing this property for a long, long time," Talty said. Late last week, negotiations were completed to buy the land for $350,000 from PNC Bank, the trustee and executor of Robert and Mary Traganza's estate.
SPORTS
November 23, 1988 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
After sharing a state Group 2 championship last season, the Moorestown field hockey didn't take any chances on settling for another tie yesterday when it made a repeat appearance in the title game. The Quakers (21-1), ranked No. 4 team in The Inquirer South Jersey top 10, overpowered Wallkill Valley, 4-1, in a game played at Trenton State College. The victory gave coach Joan Lewis her fifth state title in 10 years at Moorestown. "We wanted to come up here and win big," said Lewis, who reminded her team before the game about last year's 1-1 tie with Westwood.
SPORTS
May 2, 1997 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Moorestown coach Bill Donoghue warned his baseball team about the dangers of playing Cinnaminson, and he saw nothing but puzzled looks. After all, Moorestown had pummeled the Pirates, 18-0, on April 8. Donoghue knew what he was talking about. Moorestown escaped with a 2-1 victory yesterday over Cinnaminson in the Burlington County League Liberty Division. Moorestown, which finished last season 6-14, improved to 8-2 overall and 5-1 in the Liberty. Cinnaminson, which starts only two seniors, fell to 6-7, 4-4. "I told our guys that it would be a close game, and they looked at me like I was crazy," Donoghue said.
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SPORTS
April 25, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
Midway through the second half, the turf field at Moorestown High School turned into a scene from The Perfect Storm . A slight breeze became raging gusts. And rain, which had held off for most of the game, poured down in sheets. The wind was blowing hard against the Moorestown girls' lacrosse team. And it took the Quakers' momentum with it. Moorestown held a two-goal advantage when the storm hit but was outscored, 6-0, in the final 17 minutes in a 12-8 loss to North Jersey rival Ridgewood on Saturday.
NEWS
April 10, 2016 | By John N. McGuire, Staff Writer
A plan to reopen wells in Moorestown that were shut because of contamination is drawing continuing resistance from a group of residents. Two wells in the Burlington County township were shut down because they were found to be tainted by the chemical 1,2,3-trichloropropane (TCP). Township Manager Scott Carew said Moorestown officials have proposed an interim treatment plan to the state Department of Environmental Protection that will reduce harmful compounds like TCP in the wells.
SPORTS
April 8, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
Like so many other facets of the Moorestown girls' lacrosse program, Deanna Knobloch sounded as if she was on repeat. Another accolade, another milestone, another historic moment - more praise that the veteran coach never seems to acknowledge. On Wednesday, Knobloch logged the 500th victory of her 23-year career as head coach of the Quakers in a 15-3 win over Clearview. She'd been asked about it ad nauseam in the weeks leading up. And most who asked received a similar answer.
SPORTS
April 4, 2016 | By Jack Goodwillie, Staff Writer
Adam Sachs' consistency on the mound kept host Cherry Hill West close with Gateway before a four-run fifth inning broke the game open. Sachs pitched five innings, struck out six, and allowed just two runs to help the host Lions to a 6-2 victory over the Gators in the semifinals of the first DelGozzo Tournament on Saturday. Jake Campbell led the Lions offense with a double and two RBI. In the tournament's other semifinal, Steven Bowley allowed just two hits and pitched six shutout innings for Holy Cross in its 13-0 victory over Cherry Hill East at Cherry Hill West.
NEWS
March 30, 2016 | By Melanie Burney, Staff Writer
Moorestown Friends School has launched an ambitious campaign to raise funds for a program that has been covering tuition and other costs for low-income students from Camden. The elite Burlington County school has already received contributions totaling nearly $3 million toward endowing its Camden Scholars Program, Head of School Larry Van Meter said. "I am extremely grateful to these lead donors for making such significant commitments to our school and to the Camden Scholars Program," Van Meter, an alumnus, said in a statement Monday.
NEWS
March 15, 2016 | By Jan Hefler, Staff Writer
An obscure ethics board in an upscale South Jersey town hastily scheduled a rare special meeting last week to take care of some very old unfinished business. The Moorestown Township Ethical Standards Board announced it would meet "in the Town Hall Donut Room" on Wednesday and noted its first order of business would be to approve the minutes of its Oct. 24, 2012 meeting. Why the rush now? Last month, a government watchdog sued the town in state Superior Court for refusing to let him read the minutes.
SPORTS
March 1, 2016 | By Vince DeBlasio, Staff Writer
Moorestown senior Alex Martin saw very little training heading into the Meet of Champions. Martin said he was probably in the pool only eight or nine times in the last two months because of illnesses. He got back to practices about three weeks ago. After getting some preparation in for the championships, Martin came down with the flu last week. But when the 100-yard backstroke came up Sunday afternoon, the senior didn't look affected one bit. Martin finished in 49.74 seconds, only .28 seconds off his 2015 best, en route to his third straight state title.
NEWS
February 21, 2016 | By Melanie Burney, Staff Writer
Amid increased concern from residents about a chemical contaminant found in their drinking water, Moorestown on Friday shut down one of its water supply wells. Mayor Phil Garwood announced the immediate shutdown of Well 7 at the North Church Street treatment plant in a letter to residents. "The bottom line is that our water supply is safe, but our water infrastructure is aging and in need of repairs and upgrades to ensure the highest quality water in Moorestown for generations to come," Garwood wrote.
REAL_ESTATE
February 14, 2016 | By Sally Friedman, For The Inquirer
It's a long way from a loft in Soho to a quaint Victorian in Moorestown, but it's the odyssey Megan and Jim Lucania made, with no regrets. Back in 2012, when the glamour and vibe of New York were beginning to dim a bit and job changes brought them to the Philadelphia area, Megan and Jim started looking seriously at houses in South Jersey. And, yes, it meant a whole new way of life. "I remember, after going to our share of open houses, walking into this house and thinking, 'Yes, this could be the one,' " says Megan, 30, an administrator at a Haddonfield executive-search company.
SPORTS
February 5, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
One of the rare aspects of the Moorestown Friends School's sprawling, picturesque campus is that it houses students from preschool to 12th grade. Children grow up at the same school in classes with many of the same kids until they graduate from high school. Matthew Mullock is a Moorestown Friends lifer. He started, with his twin brother, Mitchell, in preschool. He'll graduate high school there this spring. He has seen a lot in his time at Moorestown Friends. But Wednesday, he did something no one else at the school has done in his 14 years on campus - he signed a letter of intent to play Division I men's soccer.
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