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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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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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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.
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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.
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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)
SPORTS
May 11, 1999 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Brian Sheehan is returning to the high school coaching ranks. Sheehan was named last week as girls' soccer coach at Paul VI. He replaces Mike Hallahan, who resigned after last season and is now the head women's soccer coach at Gwynedd-Mercy College. A 1985 graduate of Triton, Sheehan was an assistant coach last year at Rutgers-Camden, and before that, he was head coach for two years at Gloucester County College. Sheehan, 32, had been the head coach at Bishop Eustace for three seasons, compiling a 33-22 record and winning two Olympic Conference National Division titles.
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October 18, 2014
SOCCER SOUTH JERSEY COACHES TOURNAMENT Moorestown 1, Ocean City 0: Kiera Dalmass scored with five minutes left in the second overtime, and the eighth-seeded, host Quakers edged the ninth-seeded Red Raiders. Carlie Blessing made nine saves to record her 10th shutout of the season. Lenape 5, Cinnaminson 1: Kenie Wright had a goal and two assists as the top-seeded Indians took down the visiting, No. 16 Pirates. Washington Township 2, Lower Cape May 0: Marissa Pagano and Marina Smolens scored second-half goals for the sixth-seeded Minutemaids, who blanked the No. 11 Tigers at home.
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October 17, 2014
BACK IN THE mid-1960s, my aunt's husband did what a lot of other husbands (and wives) did with spouses who no longer filled their wish lists: traded her in for a younger model. Given the fact that my aunt was not even 30 at the time, you could rightly say that her eventual ex was a bit picky. In fact, given the age of the shiny new model he ended up choosing, Uncle "Johnny" was dangerously close to being known as "Uncle Holmesburg. " But this isn't about him. It isn't even about my aunt.
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October 14, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Confidence wasn't the problem. Execution was. "Our guys were extremely positive," Cherry Hill West coach Brian Wright said. "They knew we were a pretty good football team. We just had to figure out a way to finish drives and put points on the board. " Cherry Hill West broke out in a big way Friday, beating Seneca, 45-6, for its first victory of the season. Seniors Tyrone Williams and Chris Pascall each scored two touchdowns, and senior Joey Argentina threw three scoring passes for the Lions, who had lost their first four games to teams ranked in The Inquirer's Top 25. "It was a long time coming," Wright said.
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October 11, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
Quinn Collins knew it was important to give Jimmy Reardon some advice. Collins is the Delsea football team's starting quarterback. Jimmy is a 7-year-old who lives in Franklinville and is a big fan of the Crusaders. But Collins' message didn't have anything to do with football or sports. It was more important than that. "He's so young, I just wanted him to know that there was nothing he couldn't do," Collins said. "People have said that to me, and I wanted to make sure he heard that from me. " Collins, a junior, has Type 1 diabetes.
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October 5, 2014 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Isaiah Spencer did more than win a football game in the fourth quarter Friday night. He just might have saved Delsea's season. Spencer ran in a 29-yard score midway through the fourth and the Delsea defense made one last stand to hold off visiting Paul VI, 24-21, in nonleague action. Another loss would have made it very difficult for the two-time defending South Jersey Group 3 champion Crusaders (1-3) to return to the playoffs. Delsea led by 17-0 at halftime, but Paul VI (3-1)
SPORTS
October 4, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Here's a closer look at five South Jersey football games that will kick off at 7 Friday night, with predictions. No. 9 Paul VI (3-0) at Delsea (0-3). This isn't a typical battle between an undefeated team and a winless team. The host Crusaders, who have won the last two South Jersey Group 3 titles - and five sectional championships since 2005 - need to spring the upset to avoid an 0-4 start that would severely limit their ability to qualify for the playoffs. Delsea pushed No. 3 Timber Creek to the brink in an 18-15 loss last week.
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October 3, 2014 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
It took some time for the Cherry Hill East boys' soccer team to get going, but a second-half rally sent the game to overtime, where the Cougars sealed a win Wednesday afternoon. Andrew Lochbihler scored to give the host Cougars a 2-1 win over Paul VI in a nonleague game. Harrison Faulseit was credited with the assist. In the second half, Kyle Lochbihler tied the game off a throw-in from Olin McClendon. In other nonleague action: Kieran Burns recorded three saves as host Haddon Township blanked Haddonfield, 3-0. Elzo Dunn, Mario Mandescu, and Jake Mulroy scored for The Inquirer's third-ranked team in South Jersey.
SPORTS
October 3, 2014 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Cherry Hill West girls' soccer team entered halftime Wednesday afternoon trailing by two. Fourteen short minutes later, the Lions had the lead for good and were playing so well that they didn't even need to kick in their goals. Sarah McGlinn sent a cross to Rebecca Horner, who was in the right place at the right time to run forward and chest the ball into the goal, completing the comeback in a 3-2, Olympic Conference victory over visiting Timber Creek. The Lions trailed, 2-0, at the break, but rallied quickly.
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October 1, 2014 | By Christian Hetrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
With nine minutes to go, Niki Malancone stood a little more than 20 yards away with a chance to win the game. She drilled in the direct kick and gave host Williamstown a 2-1 win over Washington Township in a nonleague game on Monday afternoon. MaryKate Ulmer scored a first-half goal to provide a lead for the Braves, who are ranked No. 4 in South Jersey by The Inquirer. Gabrielle Masciocchi picked up the assist. Erica Monte Carlo tied it in the second half for No. 6 Washington Township.
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September 29, 2014 | By Christian Hetrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kyle Lochbihler scored two goals, Olin McClendon added one, and the Cherry Hill East boys' soccer team upset host Lenape, ranked No. 7 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, 3-1, in an Olympic American matchup Saturday. Sam Snyder made six saves for the Cougars. Chris Solecki had five stops for Lenape, which received its lone goal from Justin Blumberg. Burlington County. Allen Barrett, Mark Staudenmayer, and Andrew Weist were the scorers as No. 10 Cinnaminson blanked Holy Cross at home, 3-0. Mike Deal needed four saves to record the shutout.
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