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October 7, 2012 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
With just 50 seconds left, Jon Mackie headed in a cross for the game-winner to lift Holy Cross over host Cinnaminson, 3-2, in a nonleague boys' soccer game. Tyler Giamboy and Jon Mackie added goals for the Lancers, who were tied at 1 at halftime. Kevin Sotell and Mark Staudenmayer scored for Cinnaminson. The Pirates played the final five minutes down a player. In other nonleague action, Jacob Cowan scored his 18th goal and dished out his 15th assist to help Middle Township knock off Ocean City, 3-1. Cowan finished with a pair of assists and Elijah Broadnax and David Hicks added goals.
SPORTS
October 7, 2012 | By Matt Breen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With just 50 seconds left, Jon Mackie headed in a cross for the game-winner to lift Holy Cross over host Cinnaminson, 3-2, in a nonleague boys' soccer game. Tyler Giamboy and Jon Mackie added goals for the Lancers, who were tied at 1 at halftime. Kevin Sotell and Mark Staudenmayer scored for Cinnaminson. The Pirates played the final five minutes down a player. In other nonleague action, Jacob Cowan scored his 18th goal and dished out his 15th assist to help Middle Township knock off Ocean City, 3-1. Cowan finished with a pair of assists and Elijah Broadnax and David Hicks added goals.
SPORTS
September 26, 2012
Boys' Soccer CAPE-ATLANTIC AMERICAN Egg Harbor Township 2, Mainland 1 CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE Wildwood Catholic 5, Pleasantville 0 NONLEAGUE Cinnaminson 6, Willingboro 0 Doane Academy 3, Pine Forge 2 Delran 4, Holy Cross 2 Bordentown 0, Rancocas Valley 0 (2 OT) Northern Burlington 5, Medford Tech 0 Middle Township 3, Cedar Creek 1 Girls' Soccer Cinnaminson 6, Willingboro 0 Holy Cross 7, Delran 0 Westtown 3, Life Center 0 Pemberton 1, Florence 1 Riverside 2, Maple Shade 1 Palmyra 1, Trenton Catholic 0 Moorestown 6, Pennsauken 0 Rancocas Valley 2, Bordentown 1 Field Hockey CAPE-ATLANTIC NATIONAL Hammonton 4, Lower Cape May 0 NONLEAGUE West Deptford 9, Sterling 0 Haddon Township 8, Woodbury 0 Collingswood 8, Haddonfield 0 Moorestown Friends 2, Burlington Township 0 Rancocas Valley 1, Lenape 0 Girls' Tennis Haddonfield 5, Lindenwold 0 Paulsboro 3, Sterling 2 Woodbury 3, Haddon Heights 2 Moorestown Friends 4, Delran 1 Girls' Volleyball Pennsauken Tech 2, Winslow Township 0 Boys' Cross Country BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE Cinnaminson 15, Palmyra 49 Cinnaminson 20, New Egypt 41 Cinnaminson 23, Maple Shade 38 New Egypt 21, Palmyra 36 Maple Shade 23, New Egypt 33 Rancocas Valley 15, Palmyra 50 Rancocas Valley 16, New Egypt 46 NONLEAGUE Ocean City 19, St. Augustine 49 Ocean City 20, Absegami 42 ...
NEWS
November 3, 2013
SOCCER VO-TECH TOURNAMENT GCIT 4, Westampton Tech 1: Four Cheetahs found the back of the net to lead GCIT to the road victory and the Vo-Tech Tournament championship. Taylor Favinger, Jenna Phillips, Savannah Stichler, and Camryn Tirado scored. Antonia Calabree added two assists. The lone Panther to score was Jillian Chrupcala. TRI-COUNTY Glassboro 3, Schalick 1: Liz Murzyn held down the net for the Bulldogs with 14 saves in the home triumph. Gabrielle Bluford, Brianna Myrick, and Lyndsay Vito tallied goals.
NEWS
February 9, 2014 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tymere DeShield took home MVP honors with 21 points and 10 rebounds as Holy Cross clipped Woodrow Wilson, 57-38, in a Bishop Eustace Showcase boys' basketball game Friday afternoon in Pennsauken. Greg Kousoulis added 16 points for the Lancers.    Tarre Plowden led Woodrow Wilson with 12 points. In other Showcase games: Ray Lawry scored 10 of his 24 in the fourth quarter and Nehemiah Arzeez scored eight of his 16 in the fourth to help Kingsway defeat Sterling, 74-61. Eddie McWade scored 23 points and Jordan Robertson added 18 as Wildwood Catholic topped Lawrence Township, 55-47.
SPORTS
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.
SPORTS
October 9, 2014 | By Matt Hoffman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jesse Weick etched his name in the Haddon Heights boys' soccer record book with a hard shot fired to the far post in Tuesday's 5-0 home win over Gateway. The senior scored his 61st career goal for the Garnets in the 16th minute, surpassing Jim Wentz's record of 60 set in 1974. It was Haddon Heights' third goal of the game, after scores from Andrew Hicks and Jake Hourani in the first five minutes. Austin Ward and Nick Demartini completed the scoring. Haddon Heights improved to 8-3 with its Colonial Conference Patriot Division victory.
NEWS
October 19, 2010
S.J. Girls' Soccer Scoring Leaders Maxie New, Clayton. . . 22 Kayla Bancroft, New Egypt. . . 18 Victoria Vasapolli, Burl. City. . . 18 Jordan Jones, Winslow Tp.. . . 16 Taylor Lewis, Willingboro. . . 16 Laura Ratof, Gateway. . . 16 Rachel Copare, Schalick. . . 14 Frankie Gibson, L.C. May. . . 14 Kate Walters, Lenape. . . 14 Maddie DeVico, Middle Tp.. . . 13 Alexis Gligore, Woodbury. . . 13 Korrie Harkins, Glou. Cath.. . . 13 K. McCusker, Middle Twp..
NEWS
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...
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