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October 26, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Irv Charles caught two touchdown passes Friday night. No surprise there. Charles also blocked a punt that was recovered for another touchdown. Big surprise there. "I knew I was going to get it," Charles said of his block after leading host Paul VI to a 28-0 victory over Triton in a showdown of Top 25 teams. Charles, a Penn State recruit, caught touchdown passes covering 13 and 20 yards from junior Matt Vitale, as Paul VI, the No. 14 team in The Inquirer's South Jersey rankings, clinched the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division title.
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October 7, 2013 | By Ryan Hagerty, Inquirer Staff Writer
Paul VI took advantage of Winslow Township mistakes early and often in a game that could have been much closer than the final score indicated. Paul VI displayed a well-balanced attack that featured sophomore running back Lonnie Moore en route to a 34-15 victory Saturday at Winslow. Moore had two touchdowns, one receiving and one rushing, finishing with five carries for 75 yards and one catch for a 19-yard score. Senior Alec Vignola, who was 11 for 23 for 230 yards with a touchdown and an interception, led a 60-yard touchdown drive to open the game.
NEWS
October 22, 2010
It took Paul VI about three quarters to figure out how to contain Winslow Township quarterback Bill Belton, and Paul VI used two fourth-period touchdowns to keep its unbeaten record intact with a 34-18 victory on Friday. Belton launched touchdown passes of 34, 30 and 90 yards as Winslow (4-3) closed within 20-18 in the West Jersey Football League interdivision contest. Belton has 11 touchdown passes this fall and went over the 1,000-yard mark this season. Paul VI (6-0), ranked No. 3 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, sealed the verdict in the fourth quarter when Johnell Anderson ran for his third touchdown of the game after a five-play, 60-yard drive, and Khaaliq Burroughs hit Jakwail Bailey with an 8-yard scoring pass, capping an 11-play, 71-yard march.
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March 17, 1990 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Steve Locilento has become the fourth Paul VI High football coach in the last six years, Sister Mary Ann Gecina, the school's athletic director, announced yesterday. Locilento, 51, has been a highly successful coach with the Pennsauken Youth Athletic Association for the last 20 years. A few years ago, he finished a successful four-year stint as Bishop Eustace Prep's freshman coach. "He brings a genuine love for the kids," Sister Mary Ann said. "I think he'll bring us the discipline and confidence that we need.
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September 21, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
After their win, the Paul VI football players began counting together, for the total number of points they scored. They were together in a circle, counting for a good minute. In a pinball type of game that featured scores on the ground, air, from the defense and on special teams, Paul VI defeated visiting Clearview, 60-55, in an interdivisional West Jersey Football matchup that was a nightmare for defensive coordinators and statisticians. "It was tough," said Paul VI junior running back Stefone Moore-Green, who had four touchdowns including two kickoff returns.
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September 22, 2010 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The goals weren't pretty anywhere but on the scoreboard. Top-ranked Lenape scored all its goals off scrambles after re-starts en route to a 3-0 victory over No. 4 Paul VI in an Olympic Conference girls' soccer game Wednesday night. Junior midfielder Courtney Kovac scored twice and Alexus Cooper added the third goal for Lenape (6-0) before a crowd of around 500 spectators under the lights on the Indians' football field. "They are phenomenal on re-starts," Paul VI coach Keith Walters said of Lenape.
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March 10, 1989 | By Tom Williams, Special to The Inquirer
Michelle Wood made four free throws in the final 29 seconds last night to lead Paul VI to a 46-42 win over St. John Vianney in the South Jersey Parochial A championship game at Lakewood High School. The win moved the Eagles (26-2) into the state final against Union Catholic. The game is set for 5 p.m. Sunday at Brookdale College. Wood hit both ends of a one and one with 29 seconds left to break a 42-42 tie. Then she rebounded a Vianney miss at the other end and was fouled with 11 seconds remaining, hitting two more.
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February 7, 1991 | By Gus Ostrum, Special to The Inquirer
When Paul VI wrestling coach Ron Matthew took over the highly successful Eagles program earlier this year, he could not have imagined the problems he would face. And by standards set in previous years under Gary Papa, this season's 7-7-1 record in matches through last night appears to represent a down year for Paul VI wrestling. But make no mistake: The Eagles have made a remarkable turnaround from what started out as a dismal campaign. Matthew's club opened its season with big losses to highly regarded Eastern and Delsea and was 2-6-1 midway through the season.
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December 8, 1998 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Mike Hallahan, who enjoyed a successful tenure as both the girls' soccer and softball coach at Paul VI, resigned yesterday from both positions. Hallahan, 31, said he stepped down to pursue potential coaching opportunities at the college level in both sports. "I'm entertaining a couple of possible positions open in both sports," Hallahan said. "I love everyone at Paul VI, and they will always have a piece of my heart. I'm not ruling out some day coming back to coaching high school.
SPORTS
February 23, 1986 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
Everybody in the overflow crowd at Collingswood High last night figured that Paul VI had to win the battles against Donna Seybold and Jeanne Mooney to win the war and knock off the undefeated Panthers - the No. 1 women's team in The Inquirer's South Jersey ratings. As it turned out, the Eagles had to accomplish only part of that mission. With Sherrie Androlowicz shadowing Seybold, the No. 3 Eagles (20-2) took control of the nonleague game early and handed the Panthers (21-1)
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November 29, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The weather Wednesday evening was rainy and cold, but it didn't bother Camden Catholic quarterback Tyree Rodgers. The junior completed 7 of 17 passes for 243 yards and a touchdown as Camden Catholic defeated host Paul VI, 38-15, in their annual Thanksgiving week game that dates to 1968. Rodgers was named his team's game MVP. "I don't know many quarterbacks could have made the throws he did in this weather," said Camden Catholic first-year coach Nick Strom, whose team leads the series, 28-18-1.
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November 27, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Adam Giordano still has questions about football. "A million questions," Giordano said. Like, what's this about an onside kick? "One time he was asking me, 'If they kick an onside kick, is it like a fumble?' " said Colin Wharton, Giordano's classmate and teammate and fellow newcomer to the Camden Catholic football team. Giordano and Wharton are seniors who decided to come out for football this season. Both are tall and athletic and have been better known during their high school careers for their play on the lacrosse field.
NEWS
November 26, 2014
MUCH OF THE city is going gooney over news that Pope Francis will be the second pope to visit Philadelphia, but he's really our third. Phillies' general manager Paul Owens, the architect of the 1980 Phillies, was nicknamed "Pope. " OK, a different kind of pope, but when the Phillies won the World Series it was like a miracle. The first real pope to visit was John Paul II in 1979, not long after he assumed the Chair of St. Peter. John Paul was the second pope I had seen in person (not counting Paul Owens)
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November 8, 2014 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Matt Vitale and Lonnie Moore might as well have been having a catch out there on Friday night. Vitale connected with Moore for touchdowns of 40, 66, 12, and 75 yards in the first half of Paul VI's 63-3 victory at Moorestown in a West Jersey Constitution football game. The Vitale-Moore connection gave the Eagles a 28-0 lead at halftime. Vitale then mixed things up and threw a touchdown to Irv Charles to make it 35-0 in the third. WEST JERSEY CONSTITUTION Triton 24, Seneca 8: Dominic Staiano carried 22 times for 171 yards and two scores and John Butts picked up 49 yards and a score on five carries to power the home team.
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November 4, 2014 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bella Marsh scored the go-ahead goal Monday in second-seeded Delsea's 2-1 victory over visiting No. 7 Bridgeton in a South Jersey Group 2 quarterfinal field hockey match. Destini Parker scored in the first half for Delsea. Deja Mosley netted Bridgeton's lone goal. In another Group 2 matchup: West Deptford 7, Highland 0: Eireann Canning and Kristina Jakubowski scored twice to lead No. 1 West Deptford over the visiting eighth-seeded Tartans.   S.J. Non-Public Field Hockey First Round Cassidy Gallagher scored twice to aid 10th-seeded Holy Spirit in a 3-2 win at No. 7 Moorestown Friends.
SPORTS
November 1, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Here's a closer look at seven South Jersey football games on Friday night, with predictions. All games will kick off at 7 o'clock. No. 24 Collingswood (5-1) at No. 7 West Deptford (6-1). The visiting Panthers have won four in a row, allowing a total of just 22 points. Senior linebacker Dashon Burdett has sparked the defense. Collingswood has a lot on the line. The Panthers have not beaten the Eagles since 1998, losing 15 in a row, and probably need to win this game and their Nov. 7 home game vs. Woodbury to qualify for the South Jersey Group 2 tournament.
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November 1, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
Camden Catholic football coach Nick Strom says he watches his language around his team. "We don't use the 'H' word," Strom said. Every other South Jersey team is allowed to say the word huddle . But fewer and fewer are doing it. It's one thing for a young, innovative first-year coach such as Strom or an iconoclast such as Pennsville's Ryan Wood or a mad scientist of an offensive coordinator such as Paul VI's Russ Horton to feature...
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October 28, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
What stood out most was Lou Vilotti's composure. It had been 98 minutes of frustrating soccer, of bad luck and missed opportunities. But with 1 minute, 14 seconds left in double overtime, Vilotti squared up and buried a shot from 36 yards out into the top-right corner of the net. It sealed a 1-0 win for top-seeded Washington Township (17-1) over fifth-seeded Eastern (10-5-2) in Sunday's boys' soccer Coaches Tournament semifinals at Paul VI. Washington Township, the reigning Coaches Tournament champion, advanced to the title game against Cherokee on Saturday night, also at Paul VI. "I wanted the ball.
NEWS
October 26, 2014
SOCCER SOUTH JERSEY COACHES TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS Timber Creek 2, Washington Township 1: The No. 14-seeded Chargers advanced to the semifinals on penalty kicks, 9-8, to upset the host Minutemaids, the sixth seed. Staci Bell scored on a cross from Sarina Jones with 32 seconds left to tie the game for Timber Creek. Eastern 2, Holy Cross 0: Amirah Ali and Sydney Jackson scored second-half goals as the No. 2 Vikings beat the No. 7 Lancers at home. They were Ali's 10th goal of the season and Jackson's 14th.
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October 26, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Irv Charles caught two touchdown passes Friday night. No surprise there. Charles also blocked a punt that was recovered for another touchdown. Big surprise there. "I knew I was going to get it," Charles said of his block after leading host Paul VI to a 28-0 victory over Triton in a showdown of Top 25 teams. Charles, a Penn State recruit, caught touchdown passes covering 13 and 20 yards from junior Matt Vitale, as Paul VI, the No. 14 team in The Inquirer's South Jersey rankings, clinched the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division title.
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