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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.
SPORTS
October 24, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
There aren't many firsts left for the Haddonfield girls' tennis team to accomplish. But after Tuesday's 4-1 victory over Montville at the Garden State Tennis Center in Edison, the Bulldogs put themselves in position to do something unprecedented in the program's illustrious history: repeat as Tournament of Champions winners. Haddonfield will go for its fourth Tournament of Champions crown since 1980 on Wednesday against Millburn. Haddonfield, which also won the crown in 1980 and 2009, defeated Millburn, 3-2, for the title last year.
SPORTS
October 19, 2013 | By Doug Gausepohl, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eastern's Austyn Cuneo seems to be days away from topping a national field hockey record that was set just last year. The junior scored five goals Thursday in a 12-2 victory over Washington Township in an Olympic American contest. Cuneo moved within a goal of tying the national mark of 191. That record was set last season by Florence's Lexi Smith, who now plays at The College of New Jersey. Eastern's next game will be at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at Cherry Hill East. Boys' Soccer Kenny Johnston scored in the second half to break a deadlock and lift New Egypt to a 2-1 road victory over Cherry Hill West in a first-round matchup in the South Jersey Coaches Tournament.
SPORTS
October 14, 2013 | By Benjamin Grant, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eastern hosted West Deptford for a 2-2, double-overtime thriller Saturday in boys' soccer. RJ Eckley scored for the Eagles with 14 seconds left to force overtime. Griffin Crowley had West Deptford's other goal, and goalie Perry Corsetti made 15 saves. Alain Brown scored both goals for Eastern, and Gabe Sable stopped nine shots. In other nonleague action, host Clearview topped Haddon Heights, 5-0. Gavin Bright scored twice for the Pioneers, and Quinn Grossman, Matt Hendrickson, and Tyler Hickman added goals.
NEWS
September 22, 2013
SOCCER TRI-COUNTY CONFERENCE Pennsville 1, Pitman 0 (2 OT): Casey DePew notched the overtime winner to lead the Eagles to the home victory. DePew scored from 40 yards with five minutes left in the second overtime. Alyssa Whipkey stopped seven shots for the shutout. BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE New Egypt 6, Maple Shade 1: Casey McKenzie and Michaela Schenker earned hat tricks in the Warriors' triumph in Maple Shade. New Egypt outshot the Wildcats, 38-5. MaryKate Wilson scored for Maple Shade.
SPORTS
June 7, 2013
Baseball CAMDEN COUNTY TOURNAMENT FINAL Cherry Hill West 6, Eastern 4 Cherry Hill West 042 000 0 - 6 7 1 Eastern 000 011 2 - 4 4 2 WP: Brad Machinski. LP: Matt Costa. Baseball STATE GROUP 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Cinnaminson vs. Mahwah at Toms River South, 11 a.m. STATE GROUP 3 CHAMPIONSHIP Burlington Twp vs. Cranford at Toms River E., 11 a.m. STATE GROUP 4 CHAMPIONSHIP Eastern vs. Westfield at Toms River North, 2 Softball STATE GROUP 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Haddon Heights vs. Saddle Brook at Toms River E., 12:30 STATE GROUP 4 CHAMPIONSHIP Wash Twp vs. Watchung Hills at Toms River E, 10:30 a.m. STATE NON-PUBLIC B CHAMPIONSHIP Sacred Heart (N.J.)
SPORTS
June 1, 2013 | By Brandon Stoneburg, Inquirer Staff Writer
Buena won its first South Jersey Group 2 softball championship in 23 years by defeating West Deptford, 7-4, at home Friday. Junior Stephanie Walsh went 3 for 3, scored twice, and drove in a run for the Chiefs. Senior Carly Linus was 2 for 2 with a run scored and an RBI. S.J. Group 1. Haddon Heights rolled to a 9-2 win at home over Schalick to win the title. Sammy Baker went 2 for 4 with a triple and a double. Baker scored twice and had an RBI double in the second inning to break a 1-1 tie. Shayla Sweeney earned the win, scattering six hits over seven innings and striking out four.
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