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October 2, 2002 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Riverside's Sabra Wrice scores goals. Her sister, Tobi, prevents them. Together, they have given opponents plenty to worry about. The two combined for another sterling effort yesterday as visiting Riverside beat Palmyra, 1-0, in a key Burlington County League Freedom Division game. Riverside is 6-1 overall and 5-0 in the division. Sabra Wrice, who is a junior, scored the game's lone goal, her ninth of the season. Tobi Wrice anchored a Riverside defense that recorded its third shutout.
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January 15, 1997 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Matt Hammond might have been the only player in the gym who wasn't overly impressed by his performance. The 6-foot-7 Burlington junior scored a career-high 34 points to lead the Blue Devils over Palmyra, 90-65, last night in a Burlington County League Freedom Division boys' basketball game. The win gave Burlington the upper hand in the Freedom. The Blue Devils are 5-2 overall and 4-0 in the division. Palmyra fell to 4-3, 2-1. "It's not the best I have played," said Hammond, who shot 15 for 17 from the field.
SPORTS
March 11, 2007 | By Keith Pompey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's not all boys today as the NJSIAA state basketball championships are scheduled to take place. Two South Jersey girls' basketball teams will also compete at the Ritacco Center in Toms River, N.J. Palmyra plays for the Group 1 title, and Willingboro goes after the Group 3 crown. Here is a look at the finals. Palmyra (22-6) vs. University (29-2), 4 p.m. The Panthers will make their first state championship appearance in school history. And they will do it as huge underdogs.
SPORTS
May 12, 2002 | By Kristian Pope INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Palmyra girls' track and field coach Claudia Potor said it was the Panthers' turn in 2002. To have a down year, that is. After winning the South Jersey Group 1 championship in 2001 with a squad teeming with talent, Palmyra had to cope with heavy graduation losses and injuries this spring. "It's always a cycle in Group 1," said Potor, whose team was 2-2 in dual meets this year. "After five or six years, the well was going to run dry. " For four years, the Panthers had outstanding runners - Kari Steed, Natasha Marshall and Kristen Papenberg.
SPORTS
October 26, 2011 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
First, she drilled a free kick into the crossbar. Then, she hit the post on a breakaway. Next, it was a header that missed the goal by about a foot. What stuck out about each miss was just how great of an opportunity it was. That's the secret to Taylor Lewis' success. The senior striker on the Willingboro girls' soccer team simply creates quality opportunities. Eventually, one, or two, or three always seem to find the back of the net. Lewis netted three goals, two late in the second half during a relentless, come-from-behind effort, in a 4-3 win over Palmyra on the road Tuesday night.
SPORTS
April 11, 2001 | By Kristian Pope INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
It was not quite what the Palmyra girls' track team expected. With two top seniors returning to the team that won the South Jersey Group 1 title last year, the Panthers were looking forward to a quality performance at Saturday's Hall of Fame Relays at Moorestown. But the barometer that coach Claudia Potor uses to judge her team after the season-opening meet did not rise as high as she would have liked. To Potor, in fact, it was almost comical. First, there was the injury in practice that kept freshman sprinter Tracy Robinson from competing in 4x100-meter relay.
NEWS
November 9, 2000 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Not only is Palmyra junior Mike Guglielmucci among the most improved players in South Jersey, he is also one of the toughest. Both traits were on display when Palmyra defeated Clayton, 3-0, in Friday's South Jersey Group 1 quarterfinals. Guglielmucci had two goals and an assist. After scoring four goals last year, he improved his total to 24 with the two against Clayton. Palmyra was 12-6 after yesterday's Group 1 semifinal loss to Haddon Township. The Panthers were just 6-10 last year.
SPORTS
March 9, 2013 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Philadelphia Electrical relied on Hakeem Baxter's 10 points and three steals on Friday night to slip past Palmyra, 48-44, before a capacity crowd at Lebanon High in the opening round of the PIAA Class AAA boys' basketball tournament. Dyshon Pack, a senior forward, added 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 3 blocks. The Chargers fell in the first round last season. "It feels pretty good," coach James Lewis said. "It was loud in there, about 3,000 people. " Neumann-Goretti 81, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 54 - John Davis grabbed 13 rebounds and shot 8 for 14 from the field to lead the Saints at Archbishop Ryan.
SPORTS
September 26, 2012 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Erin Sveinbjornsson's long goal early in the first half proved to be all Palmyra needed Tuesday afternoon, as the Panthers held on to edge visiting Trenton Catholic, 1-0, in a Burlington County League girls' soccer game. The sophomore defender's goal was unassisted in the 10th minute as she dribbled by herself before targeting the shot from 20 yards. Sarah Bearint had four saves to post the shutout and was aided by a strong defense led by stopper Christina DeJoseph. In other Burlington County League action, Janea Dockins scored a pair of goals and Nefertiti Northern posted eight saves for the shutout as Cinnaminson blanked Willingboro, 6-0. Lauren Branch, Kristen Kozak, Amanda McHugh, and Rachel Waite added goals.
NEWS
April 22, 1990 | By Charlie Frush, Inquirer Staff Writer Inquirer correspondent Judy Baehr contributed to this article
After June 30, Chuck Huebner will be 10 minutes from the beach and not much farther from the golf course. In North Carolina, that is. Huebner (pronounced HEEB-ner) is retiring at the end of the school term, closing out a 30-year career in Palmyra schools that included 19 years as high school basketball coach and 15 as mentor for the golf squad. And enough peer recognition to make all worthwhile. For the last 27 years, he and his wife, Libby, have lived in Cinnaminson, where they reared sons Brian, 30, and Ken, 28. Both sons now live in North Carolina, and Huebner and his wife are looking forward to becoming Tar Heels, too. "We're tired of the cold weather, the taxes, the car insurance," said the coach, who turned 53 in January.
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