February 21, 2014 |
Jordan Walker and Tymere DeShield each scored 12 points Wednesday to help Holy Cross win its first Burlington County League Freedom Division title in six years with a 51-46 home win against Burlington City in boys' basketball. Walker also pulled in 10 rebounds. Greg Kousoulis had nine points and 10 assists for Holy Cross, which finished 11-1 in the division after coming in second last year. Jelanie Glaze led Burlington City with 18 points. Yamal Hilton added 13. Burlington County Liberty.
February 13, 2014 |
Chanelle Perry received a few balloons Tuesday, but Woodrow Wilson tempered its celebration for the Clemson-bound star after she set the school's girls' basketball scoring record in a 73-62 home win against Paul VI in an Olympic National matchup. Perry needed 10 points entering the game to set the record and finished with 22, giving her 1,792 in her career. Despite the mark, her teammates subdued their celebrations as Perry closed within 104 points of the city of Camden's all-time scoring leader, Camden graduate Annie Payton.
February 9, 2014 |
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.
December 28, 2013 |
Maggie McIntyre was feeling it from beyond the arc on Thursday afternoon. Considering she rarely missed, she had good reason to. The sophomore guard drained six of her seven shots from three-point range, and Gloucester Catholic downed West Deptford, 61-34, in a Cherry Hill East Cougar Classic girls' basketball game. McIntyre finished with a game-high 22 points. Mary Gedaka added 18 points and 10 rebounds. In another Cougar Classic matchup: Ten players scored for Cherry Hill East as the Cougars trumped Camden, 64-31.
November 21, 2013 |
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.
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.
November 1, 2013 |
Less than 30 seconds into overtime, Caroline Shinske took a pass from Kayla Bertolino and buried it in the net to lift Shawnee to a 2-1 win at Bishop Eustace in an Olympic Conference girls' soccer matchup Wednesday. The Crusaders held a 1-0 halftime lead on a Taylor Trallie goal. But the offense went quiet when Brianna Davis was substituted in at goalkeeper for the Renegades. Kayla Bertolino tied the game with nine minutes left in regulation on an assist from her older sister, Julianna.
October 27, 2013
SOCCER COACHES TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS Moorestown 1, Shawnee 0: Marie McCool broke a scoreless deadlock with less than seven minutes remaining in regulation to lift the No. 6-seeded Quakers to a quarterfinal victory. Carly Blessing stopped six shots for the shutout. Caroline Farley and Brianna Davis split time in net for the No. 3 Renegades. Farley made three stops, and Davis made two. Lenape 4, Cherokee 1: Nicole Donnelly and Marissa Topolski each scored twice for the No. 2 Indians.