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February 9, 2012
Matthew Dellinger posted a 13-second pin at 120 pounds, setting the tone for second-seeded St. Augustine to take out No. 3 seed Red Bank Catholic, 47-21, on Wednesday night in the NJSIAA South Jersey Non-Public A wrestling semifinals. Edward Donahue (132 pounds) turned in a technical fall for the Hermits, while Brandon Cirillo (113), Tom Gattinella (126), and Mark Patterson (152) each won by major decision. St. Augustine advances to the sectional championship on Friday against either Christian Brothers Academy or St. John Vianney.
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June 1, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Jason Roselli settled into the batter's box in the seventh inning on Sunday, he figured something special was about to happen. He was right. For the wrong reason. "I thought it was going to be my last at-bat as a PVI student," said Roselli, a senior second baseman for Paul VI. As it turns out, that at-bat was the start of a remarkable playoff run for Roselli and the Eagles. The No. 13 seed in the Non-Public South A tournament, Paul VI began the postseason with a 12-13 record and zero fanfare.
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March 31, 2011
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May 30, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Red Bank Catholic scored the game's final seven goals and beat visiting West Deptford, 16-6, Wednesday in the South Jersey Group 2 girls' lacrosse final. West Deptford, the second seed, trailed by six goals in the first half. The Eagles cut the lead to 9-6 in the second half before the top seed closed the game with a dominating run. Paige Paratore, Gabby Minnite, and Cara Spector each scored twice for West Deptford. Boys' Lacrosse Cherry Hill West junior Joseph Argentina has been selected to play in the Brine National Lacrosse Classic in Boyds, Md. The competition will be held June 30 to July 3. rallysports@phillynews.com
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November 15, 2014 | By Julie Kayzerman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Holy Cross girls' soccer team has played in the South Jersey Non-Public A final five times in the last seven years. Thanks to senior forward Carolyn Eckerle, the Lancers finally came out on the right side of one Thursday. Eckerle struck for a goal 13 minutes into the contest to give second-seeded Holy Cross a 1-0 victory at home over No. 4 Red Bank Catholic. S.J. Non-Public B Final Vanessa Kara had a hat trick, and Kieran Lees and Alyssa Runyan also scored, as No. 1 Moorestown Friends beat No. 6 Gill St. Bernard's, 5-0. State Non-Public Volleyball Semifinals Kim Bryfogle had 26 assists, Fiona Marziello added eight kills, and Paul VI beat visiting Union Catholic, 2-1, to reach its first state final.
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November 8, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
The low sun sent long shadows across Camden Catholic's smooth turf as Tara Vittese stood on her home field for the last time in her career. "It stinks that my high school career is ending," Vittese said. "I wish I could go back and relive every day. " Vittese made the most of one of her final days in a Camden Catholic field hockey uniform during Wednesday's Non-Public South quarterfinal against Red Bank Catholic. Vittese scored four goals and led the Irish to a 6-0 victory over the Caseys on an unseasonably warm, sun-splashed afternoon.
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November 12, 2014 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
Erica Wallace provided relief in a big way for host Holy Cross on Tuesday, sending the second-seeded Lancers to a familiar place. The junior received a pass from Isabella Romano, shuffled past defenders, and shot into the far, upper corner of the net to break a tie and give the Lancers a 1-0 overtime win over third-seeded St. Rose's in a South Jersey Non-Public A girls' soccer semifinal. Cassandra Skelton made six saves in the shutout. The win marks the third time in five years that Holy Cross has advanced to the tournament final.
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February 5, 2012
The NJSIAA team wrestling tournaments will begin Monday with first-round matches at the higher seeds. The sectional semifinals will be Wednesday and the sectional finals will be Friday, with all matches at the higher seeds. The state semifinals and finals will be Sunday at Toms River North. South Jersey Group 1 Haddon Heights (5) at Haddon Township (4), winner at Paulsboro (1); Woodstown (6) at Haddonfield (3), winner at Pennsville (2). South Jersey Group 2 Lower Cape May (5)
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June 8, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, STAFF WRITER
Playing state tournament games as a senior, that's something special. Playing state tournament games as a recent graduate, that's even better. "There's no better feeling," Camden Catholic's Nolan Gerold said. "It's awesome. " It wouldn't be technically correct to refer to Gerold as a "senior. " He and the rest of his classmates graduated Sunday. They're alumni. That's one of the quirky things about student-athletes from non-public schools who are part of teams that advance deep in the state tournament in spring sports: They often compete after graduation, creating a unique environment for the final games of their careers.
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November 11, 2015 | By Jack Goodwillie, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mackenzie Hoffman had a hat trick to lead 10th-seeded Seneca to a 4-2 victory at No. 3 Central Regional on Monday in a South Jersey Group 3 semifinal. Allison Lyons also scored in the 100th girls' soccer victory in Seneca history. South Jersey Group 4 Semifinals Sarah DeBerardinis scored the winning goal in No. 1 Shawnee's 1-0 win over visiting No. 4 Toms River North. Brittany Hartwell-Miller had the assist. South Jersey Group 2 Semifinals Abby Fenton scored three times as host No. 8 West Deptford topped No. 12 Manchester Township, 3-2. Sam Budd assisted on all three goals.
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November 7, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
This weekend is the cutoff for the state tournaments in football. The top eight teams in each group make the playoffs, based on their power points from their top seven games. Here's a closer look at the races in Central Jersey and the Non-Public schools: Central Jersey Group 1 Palmyra (6-1, 84) will snare a top three seed with a win over New Egypt (4-3, 54) on Friday. Florence (5-3, 77) has secured a mid-level seed and Burlington City (2-5, 46) has an outside shot at the No. 8 seed with a victory over South Jersey Group 1 Maple Shade (3-5)
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November 6, 2015 | By Trevor Newcomb, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cumberland field hockey coach Dana Whelan told her players before overtime that they needed to score quickly. Gillian Nardelli responded, scoring the winner 55 seconds into the extra period of the South Group 3 semifinal, lifting second- seeded Colts over visiting No. 3 Mainland, 2-1. Cumberland faces top-seeded Ocean City on Thursday in the final. South Group 2 Field Hockey Semifinals Nadia Berardelli scored two goals for host Delsea in a 3-0 win over Pinelands. Pam Abbott also scored.
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November 3, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
St. Augustine Prep vs. Paul VI in the first round of the Non-Public 4 state tournament? Camden Catholic vs. Bishop Eustace in the first round of Non-Public 3? St. Joseph vs. Holy Spirit or Holy Cross in the first round of Non-Public 2? It would be like a mini-version of a South Jersey non-public football showcase, if things play out a certain way in the final week of action before the start of the state tournaments. A lot can happen this weekend, both directly, in terms of results on the field, and indirectly, in terms of residual points that always seem to play a huge role in tournament seeding.
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June 10, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
In four games in the South A tournament, the Bishop Eustace baseball team allowed a total of six runs. In four games in the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic, the Crusaders allowed a total of four runs. That's 10 runs in eight elimination games. That's sensational. "That was our game all year," Crusaders coach Sam Tropiano said. "Our pitching carried us all year. " Bishop Eustace finished No. 1 in The Inquirer's South Jersey Top 10 with a 24-7 record. The Crusaders got some strong work from hitters such as senior shortstop Chris Jones and senior outfielder Nick Browne, among others.
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February 1, 2015 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
In the moments before Deja Brown hit the biggest shot of her life, most didn't even realize she was on the court. And of those who did, many likely wondered why. Two years ago, Brown could have passed for a middle-schooler. Her Rancocas Valley girls' basketball teammates didn't help the matter: Lauren Moses was a 6-foot-2 wrecking ball. Dominque Ward was a 5-11 guard who could dunk a basketball. Brown was a slight, 5-6 sophomore in a baggy uniform who most outside of Westampton had never heard of. "It feels like a long time ago," Brown said.
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November 15, 2014 | By Julie Kayzerman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Holy Cross girls' soccer team has played in the South Jersey Non-Public A final five times in the last seven years. Thanks to senior forward Carolyn Eckerle, the Lancers finally came out on the right side of one Thursday. Eckerle struck for a goal 13 minutes into the contest to give second-seeded Holy Cross a 1-0 victory at home over No. 4 Red Bank Catholic. S.J. Non-Public B Final Vanessa Kara had a hat trick, and Kieran Lees and Alyssa Runyan also scored, as No. 1 Moorestown Friends beat No. 6 Gill St. Bernard's, 5-0. State Non-Public Volleyball Semifinals Kim Bryfogle had 26 assists, Fiona Marziello added eight kills, and Paul VI beat visiting Union Catholic, 2-1, to reach its first state final.
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November 15, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
At the most exciting, important time of the football season, the best team in South Jersey will play one game in a span of 28 days. That's a crime. St. Joseph improved to 9-0 with a 49-0 victory over Ocean City on Saturday. The Wildcats, the No. 1 team in The Inquirer's South Jersey rankings, will sit home with a playoff bye this weekend. St. Joseph will play again in the Non-Public 1 semifinals on Nov. 22. And barring a monumental upset at the hands of the Mater Dei vs. Morristown-Beard winner - if there was a line, it would be 431/2 - the Wildcats will finish the season in the state final, likely Dec. 6 at Kean University.
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November 12, 2014 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
Erica Wallace provided relief in a big way for host Holy Cross on Tuesday, sending the second-seeded Lancers to a familiar place. The junior received a pass from Isabella Romano, shuffled past defenders, and shot into the far, upper corner of the net to break a tie and give the Lancers a 1-0 overtime win over third-seeded St. Rose's in a South Jersey Non-Public A girls' soccer semifinal. Cassandra Skelton made six saves in the shutout. The win marks the third time in five years that Holy Cross has advanced to the tournament final.
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