April 26, 2013
Baseball BURLINGTON COUNTY FREEDOM Burlington City 9, Palmyra 1 BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE Northern Burlington 9, Maple Shade 7 Moorestown 4, New Egypt 3 BURLINGTON COUNTY PATRIOT Cinnaminson 15, Medford Tech 3 Bordentown 11, Willingboro 1 CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE Holy Spirit 3, Atlantic City 2 Absegami 9, Hammonton 5 CAPE-ATLANTIC LEAGUE NATIONAL Middle Township 7, Lower Cape May 6 COLONIAL CONFERENCE ...
April 25, 2013
GIRLS' LACROSSE Team Rec. Records are through Tuesday. Last week's rankings in parentheses. 1. Moorestown (1) 10-0 2. Shawnee (2) 10-0 3. Eastern (3) 8-1 4. Bish. Eustace (4) 8-1 5. Lenape (5) 6-4 6. Clearview (6) 5-3 7. Haddonfield (7) 5-1 8. Wash. Twp. (8) 4-5 9. C.H. East (9) 6-2 10. Rancocas Val. (NR) 8-2 Under consideration (listed alphabetically): Cinnaminson (5-3), Holy Cross (7-3), West Deptford (7-2). - Chris Melchiorre
April 22, 2013 |
The Kingsway baseball team cruised in a pair of games Saturday to win the Joe Lang Tournament at Pitman. After shutting out Gateway, 9-0, Kingsway topped host Pitman, 8-4, behind a 4-for-4 performance by Ronnie Ippolite, who was named the tournament's MVP. Ippolite doubled, knocked in two runs, and scored one. Phil Krug Tournament. After beating Pope John Paul II, 10-4, Moorestown defeated host Millburn in the tournament final, 5-3. Moorestown's Tyler Kaiser delivered the decisive blow against Millburn, a bases-clearing double in the fourth inning.
April 20, 2013 |
If Donovan Casey were a basketball player, he would like the backdoor cut. If he were a football player, he would prefer the end-around. Casey is a baseball player, so his idea of misdirection involves an inverse order of pitch selection. "My change-up is my favorite pitch," Casey said after leading Sterling to a 7-0 victory over West Deptford in a key Colonial Conference Liberty Division game Thursday. Casey, a junior righthander, pitched a four-hitter with nine strikeouts.
April 18, 2013 |
Camden Catholic senior Dave McConnell capped a three-goal game with the overtime winner as the Irish beat Bishop Eustace, 6-5, in Olympic Conference National Division boys' lacrosse Wednesday. A minute and a half into sudden death, Brian Kohler spotted McConnell on a backdoor cut and fed him for the goal. In another Olympic game, Gloucester Catholic rode its two-man attack of senior Nick Lanciano and James Higginbotham past Holy Cross, 17-7, at home. Higginbotham scored a game-high five goals.