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March 23, 2011 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there Jill and Doug both grew up in Hamilton Township, N.J. They attended the same middle and high schools. They simultaneously worked in Manhattan and likely rode the same trains. But it took the persistence of a self-appointed matchmaker to bring them together. When Jill was very young, a couple her parents' age moved into the house across the street. Jill was especially fond of Janet, who loved to bake and befriended everyone in the neighborhood. Jill even wrote an elementary school essay about her. Janet became the head of the "Hi, New Neighbor Club," which sponsored community game nights and dances.
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November 21, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Scott LaPan made his best save of the game. Moments later, the game and the season ended for LaPan and the Haddon Township boys' soccer team. Travis Ward buried a rebound midway through the first overtime period to lift New Egypt to a 1-0 victory over Haddon Township in the Group 1 state semifinals Tuesday night at Haddonfield. "Best feeling in the world," Ward said after New Egypt (22-2) advanced to Sunday's state finals. LaPan and the Hawks seemed to have the exact opposite emotion.
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November 24, 2003 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
New Egypt's express train made an impressive run, but fell one stop short of completing a dream season. The Warriors yielded two penalty-stroke goals in the first half and couldn't recover as the Pingry School notched a 2-1 victory in the NJSIAA state Group 1 field hockey championship yesterday at the College of New Jersey. New Egypt finished at 15-1-3 in the program's third year. "It's been a whirlwind of a season," New Egypt coach Patti Nicholson said. "I'm so proud of this group.
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February 3, 2008 | By Rich Fisher FOR THE INQUIRER
The Willingboro wrestling team had one starter out of the lineup, and New Egypt took complete advantage of the situation. After both teams beat Burlington City to start yesterday's tri-match, the host Warriors cooled the Chimeras by taking a tense 37-29 victory in Plumstead Township. The loss, which dropped Willingboro to 19-4 in duals this season, should not affect the Chimeras' chances of earning their first playoff berth, but coach Marc Cuniglio is taking nothing for granted.
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May 12, 1998 | by Kyle Hardner, For the Daily News
While rain soaked the area's racetracks during the weekend, the management at Bridgeport and New Egypt speedways made some key moves. Bridgeport promoter Norman Foss announced a new sponsorship deal that will allow one of the track's marquee events to pay a hefty $10,000 to the winner. Carquest Auto Parts will provide financial support to the Logan Township, N.J., dirt track for the remainder of the 1998 season. The firm, which has 3,500 stores across the country, will become the title sponsor of the George I. Wingate Fall Classic, a 50-lap modified event set for July 22. "With the race paying a high purse, the Carquest/Wingate Classic will be a premier event in modified racing," Foss said.
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October 2, 2012 | By Thomas Mahon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
New Egypt used a second-half surge to beat host Bordentown, 3-2, in a boys' soccer match on Monday afternoon. Scoreless at the break, the half began at a quick pace with four goals in the first 22 minutes. Vinny Masitti netted a pair of tying goals for New Egypt before the game returned slowed down. Kenny Johnston finally found the net with 7 seconds left for the winning score. Johnston made a sharp cut inside the box and beat Bordentown's Andrew Morris high to the near side.
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May 2, 2003 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Little siestas are not uncommon for members of the New Egypt softball team as they pass time on long road trips from their Ocean County campus. "They take naps and we usually wake them up about 15 minutes before we get there," Warriors coach Carolyn Eckhardt said. The power naps must be working, especially for the pitchers, who have put opposing hitters to sleep this season. New Egypt (14-2) has surrendered just 11 runs and boasts 11 shutouts in 16 games. Heading into yesterday's contest at Riverside, the Warriors pitching staff had tossed six straight shutouts - including three straight no-hitters at one point - in their last six games.
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December 11, 2004 | By Nikki Usher INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
New Egypt coach Patti Nicholson crafted a program from nothing into a competitive Group 1 team capable of threatening teams from much larger schools. Nicholson started building the program from scratch in 1999 when the school first opened. Two years later, the Warriors fielded their first varsity team. Flash-forward to the 2004 season. The Warriors have appeared in the state tournament twice in the last two years, only to lose to Pingry both times. New Egypt's only losses going into the state tournament this season were against undefeated schools that won a state championship: Collingswood and Eastern.
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November 21, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
When New Egypt boys' soccer coach Sam Palumbo gathered his players in the locker room after Monday's 2-0 loss to South River in the Central Jersey Group 1 Final, he told them to hold their heads high because it had been an amazing season. He wasn't kidding. The top-seeded Warriors won a school-record 19 games and advanced to the sectional final for the first time in school history, winning a league title and going unbeaten in the county on the way. Still, Palumbo knew it would take a nearly perfect effort to beat No. 3 South River.
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May 2, 2010 | By Bill Iezzi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Emily Bauscher put on a dazzling pitching performance Saturday at the Hammonton Invitational Softball tournament. The New Egypt junior struck out 10 batters and no-hit Kingsway as the Warriors (13-2) rolled to a 2-0 victory in the championship game. Bauscher, regarded as one of the best pitchers in South Jersey, allowed only one hit to Hammonton in a semifinal, which New Egypt won, 5-0. In previous seasons, teams that have won the tournament have been considered the unofficial softball champions of South Jersey.
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September 15, 2016 | By E.J. Smith, STAFF WRITER
Francis Kanu recorded a hat trick in Burlington City's 7-1 soccer win against host Medford Tech in a Burlington County League matchup on Tuesday. Ygor Lemes and Jeshua Roiz scored two goals each in the win. In other Burlington County League action, Tiernan Johnson scored the lone goal in Pemberton's 1-0 win against visiting New Egypt. Girls' Soccer Hailey Russell scored four goals in Riverside's 5-0 road win against Pennsauken. Jewelyana Sharples added 14 saves in the Burlington County League contest.
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May 7, 2016 | By E.J. Smith, Staff Writer
Julianna Neel threw 10 scoreless innings in Haddon Township's 4-0 win over host Haddon Heights in a Colonial Conference softball matchup Thursday. Neel tallied three strikeouts in the win and also pitched in at the plate, going 2 for 5 with a double and one run scored. Burlington County League. Nasya Goodman struck out nine in four innings, allowing no hits and no walks in Westampton Tech's 17-0 home win over Willingboro. Megan Stanton went 2 for 3 with one home run, two RBIs, and a run scored for Maple Shade, which edged out visiting Palmyra, 4-3. Meagen Smith went 4 for 5 with an RBI in New Egypt's 7-3 road win against Pemberton.
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May 1, 2016 | By E.J. Smith, Staff Writer
Burlington City's Nick Gares threw a no-hitter in six innings of work in the Blue Devils' 15-0 win over Medford Tech in a Burlington County League matchup on Friday. Gares, a lefthanded senior commited to Cabrini College next season, struck out nine while walking one in his first career no-hitter. He also chipped in at the plate, going 3 for 4 with two doubles. In other Burlington County League baseball action, Nate Peacock struck out 15 in seven innings in New Egypt's 6-1 road win against Maple Shade BCSL Tournament.
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April 21, 2016 | By Jack Goodwillie, Staff Writer
Caitlyn Newsom sparked host GCIT's comeback against Clearview with a two-run triple in the bottom of the seventh inning. Minutes later, Briana Wilky knocked in Newsom to give the Cheetahs a 7-6 Tri-County Conference softball victory Tuesday. Kami Delorenzo earned the win for GCIT. Elaina Hansen hit a home run for Clearview. Burlington County League. Angie Dunphy struck out seven batters and scored Shyla Pastore with the game-winning hit as host Rancocas Valley defeated New Egypt, 2-1. Gabi Earley hit a two-run home run, her fourth of the year, to help Pemberton to an 8-2 win at Delran.
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March 4, 2016 | By Matt Cassidy, Staff Writer
Sixth-seeded Clayton routed host No. 3 New Egypt, 68-38, to pull off the only upset in NJSIAA South Group 1 girls' quarterfinal action on Wednesday. Jada Simon drained a game-high 20 points for the Clippers while also adding seven assists and seven steals. Catherine Copeland recorded 18 points, five rebounds, two assists and three steals. In other NJSIAA South Group 1 action, Nicole Velez dominated the court with 30 points as No. 1 Gloucester dispatched visiting No. 8 Pitman, 46-35.
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February 29, 2016
Boys' Basketball BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE Burlington City 72, Holy Cross 46 New Egypt 54, Palmyra 50 NONLEAGUE Haddonfield 58, Willingboro 45 Paul VI 82, Medford Tech 66 Pennsauken 44, Camden Catholic 41 Girls' Basketball BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE Holy Cross 66, Burlington City 39 Burlington County League Burlington City 21 16 15 20 - 72 Holy Cross 6 11 16 13 - 46 BC: Jon Cardoza 4, Nick Gares 12,...
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February 11, 2016 | By Trevor Newcomb, Staff Writer
Will Cabbler led Cinnaminson in points in a 59-56 victory over visiting New Egypt on Tuesday, and his free throws in overtime were his most important buckets. Cabbler scored 18 points and made four foul shots in the extra period to give the Pirates the win. The senior was 8 for 8 from the line and made a pair of three-pointers in the Burlington County League contest. In other Burlington County League play, Antoine Wilson made five threes in totaling 23 points and added seven assists as Pemberton downed host Medford Tech, 77-65.
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October 1, 2015 | By Trevor Newcomb, Inquirer Staff Writer
Allan Loor scored the winner Tuesday as host Burlington Township knocked off top-ranked Rancocas Valley, 1-0, in Burlington County League boys' soccer. A free kick by the Falcons pinballed in the Rancocas Valley box, landing at the feet of Loor, who scored with 18 minutes left to give Burlington Township a victory over the No. 1-ranked team in South Jersey by The Inquirer. Logan Aney made 10 saves. No. 9 Burlington Township moved to 5-0 in league play. In other Burlington County League action: Cam Ciarocca had a goal and an assist in Bordentown's 2-1 win over visiting New Egypt.
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September 17, 2015 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
In South Jersey, at least, the Eagles flew. Luke McKeown scored two goals to help West Deptford, The Inquirer's sixth-ranked team, get past Audubon, 5-0, in Colonial Conference boys soccer action Tuesday. In other Colonial action, John Gorczynski scored two goals and had two assists to lead Sterling to a 7-0 win against Overbrook. Henry Gomez and Oumar Sylla both scored as Lindenwold topped Gateway, 2-1. Matt Fell scored two goals, and 10th-ranked Haddonfield toppled Collingswood, 3-1. Four different players - Dean Bligh, Elli Massi, Nolan Rink, and Jake Roselle - scored a goal as Haddon Heights triumphed over Woodbury, 4-0. Burlington County League.
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