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December 1, 2011
Saturday, 4 p.m, Rowan University. At stake: South Jersey Group 3 title. Coaches: Hammonton, Pete Lancetta (197-51-1); Timber Creek, Rob Hinson (40-23 at Timber Creek, 5-5 at Salem). Sectional titles: Hammonton, five (2009, Group 3; 1996, 1994, 1993, 1985, Group 2); Timber Creek, none. Fast fact: Hammonton beat Timber Creek, 23-17, in the South Jersey Group 3 title game in 2009. - Phil Anastasia
SPORTS
April 28, 2013 | By the Inquirer Staff
Timber Creek softball coach Marci Logan let Brianna Fisher work through her struggles Saturday, and it paid off. Fisher pitched all seven innings and had an RBI double as the hosts won the Charger Classic final over Woodstown, 9-7. Woodstown entered the seventh inning down by four runs and closed the gap to two. Fisher withstood the late rally by getting a fly ball to right field with a runner on base to end it.
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October 6, 2013 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
Surrounded by offensive weapons - including multiple Division I-caliber wide receivers - Timber Creek's 5-foot-11 quarterback, Dan Williams, is easy to overlook at first. But it's impossible to overlook him after you've seen him play. He's strong. He's fast. He's accurate. And on Friday night, in front of a packed crowd on the road, Williams was also an efficient game manager, leading Timber Creek (3-1), ranked No. 4 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, to a 25-18 win over No. 2 Williamstown (3-1)
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September 15, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
On a September night that felt like October, Timber Creek looked to be in December form. Dan Williams attributed that to April and May. "You work hard in April and May, then you're ready to ball out in September," Williams said after leading visiting Timber Creek to a 34-7 victory over Camden Catholic in the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division opener for both teams on Friday night. Williams, a senior quarterback who passed for five touchdowns in last season's South Jersey Group 4 title game, picked up where he left off last December with a sensational performance: 22-for-28 passing for 279 yards and three touchdowns.
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December 4, 2011 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
They saved their best for last. They capped a perfect season with a priceless performance. Timber Creek played its best football of the long season at the end of a long weekend of championship competition at Rowan University. The Chargers excelled on offense, defense, and special teams in an imposing 33-7 victory over Hammonton on Saturday in the South Jersey Group 3 title game. "They did everything," Hammonton coach Pete Lancetta said. "They were just too much for us. " Senior Calvin Lowe was 8 for 12 passing for 167 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score as Timber Creek completed a 12-0 season and captured the first sectional title in the history of the program.
SPORTS
March 7, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
It was the surest sign that Amanda Riiff would start the game hot. "I couldn't hit a shot in warm-ups," she said. "Nothing. " In four seasons as one of the area's top outside shooters, Riiff has been nothing if not resilient. The trick, she said, is to keep your confidence. "I knew I could do it," said Riiff, a senior guard. "I just kept shooting, and when the game started, I felt it. " Riiff hit the first two shots she took, both three-pointers, and ultimately shot 4 for 7 from beyond the arc - in the first quarter - to send top-seeded Timber Creek to a 63-49 win over No. 8 Seneca on Wednesday night in the quarterfinals of the South Jersey Group 3 tournament.
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January 13, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Jeffery Lewis hit a game-winning layup with 11 seconds remaining, and Timber Creek won a thriller over Pemberton, 55-54, in nonleague boys' basketball Saturday. After Lewis' layup, Timber Creek's Denzel Washington blocked Pemberton's final shot. Lewis scored 14 of the Chargers' 15 points in the fourth quarter. He grabbed eight rebounds in the fourth period and 16 overall. Antoine Wilson led Pemberton with 15 points. The Hornets hit five three-pointers in the second quarter, when they outscored Timber Creek, 21-7.
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September 19, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Here's a closer look at seven games set for Friday night, with predictions. No. 14 Delsea (0-1) at No. 7 Camden (1-0), 6. The Crusaders need to win at Farnham Park to avoid an 0-2 start, which would be especially daunting since No. 3 Timber Creek is next on their schedule. Senior running back Isaiah Spencer will try to get Delsea's ground game going against a physical Camden defense. Camden's Khalil Williams threw five touchdown passes last weekend against Highland and has 60 in his career.
SPORTS
September 15, 2014
Saturday's Scoreboard included the incorrect final for Friday night's Timber Creek-Pennsauken football game. Timber Creek won, 32-7.
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September 1, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Five years ago, Rob Hinson and some of his Timber Creek football coaching assistants were running a clinic with the Winslow Maulers youth program. "There was this little seventh grader, running around with a headband, and everybody was saying, 'That's your next quarterback,' " Hinson recalled. Khalil Trotman was the seventh grader and, as it turns out, he was Timber Creek's quarterback of the future. It just took him a long time to arrive. Trotman said he moved from the Sicklerville area to Burlington Township with his mother as an eighth grader.
SPORTS
August 7, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Kareem Ali showed up at 10th and Diamond Streets for Matt Rhule's football camp on July 19, the player who had committed to Maryland figured he was "just going for a workout. " But that changed after Ali, ranked as the No. 28 defensive back in the Class of 2015 by Rivals.com, arrived at the Owls facility. The Timber Creek cornerback began that Saturday morning by asking his father, former Owls defensive back Kareem Sr., some questions that caused his eyebrows to arch. "He said, 'Dad would you be mad if I decommitted?
SPORTS
June 6, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, N.J. - Briana Gess has won plenty of races in her brief but brilliant career. This was different. Haddonfield's freshman phenom was in a strange state of body and mind at the end of the 1,600 meters Wednesday at the state track and field Meet of Champions. "When it was over, I was like, 'Oh my God, I left everything on that track,' " Gess said after winning the race in a personal-best time of 4 minutes, 45.97 seconds. "I never felt like that before at the end of a race.
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May 25, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kevin Cianfarini turned his head to the right as he entered the final stretch of the 800-meter run Saturday at Buena. The West Deptford senior looked back and didn't see any competition, but that wasn't what he was looking for. He turned so he could see teammate Dale Johnson, who was the next-closest runner. Cianfarini didn't look back again until after he crossed the finish line. He saw Johnson take second place and pumped his right fist, knowing then he could celebrate the victory.
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April 20, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jamaad Muse carefully stepped with his right foot and then his left. His knees rose to his waist in the form of a slow-motion sprint, and Muse made sure his technique was perfect. Each of the sprinter's steps was punctuated with the thud of his black Nikes against the track, the only sound he emitted despite the jovial surroundings at Timber Creek's lighthearted practice on the last day before Easter break. Less than 50 feet from Muse, a group of his friends and teammates talked and laughed throughout parts of the workout.
SPORTS
April 15, 2014 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
For the first time in his life, Matt Hershey is the designated hitter. It's not too unusual, as he has been batting since he first played T-ball more than a decade ago. The Timber Creek senior conceded that he likes his role, but said it is weird not to play the field. "You've got to make sure that you contribute when you go up to bat," Hershey said. Hershey has been doing so thus far for the Chargers. After platooning in right field last year, Hershey has spent the beginning of this year as the DH from the No. 2 spot in the order.
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March 20, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
On Dec. 17, the Woodrow Wilson girls' basketball team walked off the court a 60-54 loser to Immaculate Heart Academy. Wilson senior guard Chanelle Perry scored 24 points in that game, just less than half of her team's total. Ciarah Bennett scored 12, and no other player was in double figures for the Tigers. Just as basketball is a game of runs, so are seasons. And in a high school basketball season, comparing December to March can be like comparing basketball to field hockey.
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March 13, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
At some point late in the first quarter, Lyayshia Stevens started thinking. And in a championship game, that's not always a good thing. Not in a deafeningly loud gym. Not with the game moving at a lightning pace. And not when thinking means taking time to dwell on the fact that this is the biggest stage of your career. "You can't think about it," Stevens said. "You just have to keep playing with all your heart. " Stevens, a junior guard, and her teammates did just that in Woodrow Wilson's thrilling, 65-59 win in overtime at top-seeded Timber Creek in Tuesday night's South Jersey Group 3 girls' basketball final.
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