December 9, 2011
Taylor Lewis, Willingboro. . . 38 Alexis McTamney, Bordentown. . . 36 Shannon Metzler, St. Joseph. . . 33 Maxie New, Clayton. . . 27 Katie Johnston, Haddonfield. . . 26 Danielle McCann, Middle Township. . . 25 Sarah Buchanan, Our Lady of Mercy. . . 24 Madie Gibson, Lower Cape May. . . 24 Brianna Howarth, Moorestown Friends. . . 23 Olivia McEachern, Timber Creek. . . 23 Taylor Nicholes, Haddon Heights. . . 23 Apryle Panyl, Audubon.
October 8, 2012
Boys' Soccer BURLINGTON COUNTY FREEDOM Westampton Tech at Medford Tech, 3:45 COLONIAL CONFERENCE Collingswood at Woodbury, 3:30 Sterling at Audubon, 3:45 Paulsboro at Haddon Heights, 3:45 Haddonfield at Haddon Township, 3:45 Gateway at West Deptford, 7 NONLEAGUE Rancocas Valley at Cherokee, 3:45 Peddie School at Delran, 4:15 Girls' Soccer BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE Delran at Bordentown, 3:45 ...
November 2, 2013 |
Madalyn Anagnou set up every one of Middle Township's goals in a 4-0 victory over Pinelands on Thursday afternoon in a South Jersey Group 2 field hockey quarterfinal. Sarah Bright and Jenna Herlihy were on the receiving end of Anagnou's four-assist day, notching a pair of goals each. Annie Mallet made six saves to earn the shutout for the second-seeded Panthers. Pinelands was the No. 6 seed. Middle Township will face No. 2 Woodstown in the semifinals next Thursday. Sarah Fisher struck twice for Woodstown in its quarterfinal, helping the Wolverines eliminate seventh-seeded Oakcrest, 5-1, at home.
May 4, 2011
Burlington City christened its new baseball field on Tuesday by extending its win streak to six games with a 6-1 victory over visiting New Egypt in the Burlington County League. Pete Perez struck out a dozen Warriors in a complete-game effort, and Anthony Coniglio belted a three-run homer. The Blue Devils started the season with five straight losses, including a 4-3 setback to New Egypt, before turning around the season. Also in Burlington County, Connor Hall singled, stole a base, and drove in the lone run as Delran coach Rich Bender posted his 550th career victory, 1-0, over visiting Bordentown.
June 1, 2010
Rain washed out several NJSIAA tournament games involving area teams, with the events moved to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Five baseball games have been rescheduled, including: Bishop Eustace at St. Joseph-Metuchen in the South Jersey Non-Public A championship; Pitman vs. Robbinsville in a State Group 1 semifinal at Monmouth University; Audubon meets Spotswood at Rutgers University in a State Group 2 semifinal; the State Group 3 semifinal between Ocean...