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The Hollydell Hurricanes Pee Wee AA Division ice hockey team returned home from the Washington, D.C., Congressional Cup last month with the championship title
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The Moorestown High School boys swimming team turned in a dominating performance at the SJISA Coaches Invitational, winning the B Division title for the third straight year. Moorestown set meet records in the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay....
Star Teams: November, 2013
The Moorestown High School girls cross country team turned in a dominating performance at the Burlington County Scholastic League Championships, taking the Liberty Division title thanks to a strong team effort. Six Moorestown runners placed in the top...
Star Teams: October, 2013
Mount Laurel 7 Gold capped its summer season by taking first place at the Bob DiDonato Memorial Baseball Tournament in Glendora. The 7-year-old squad won a thrilling championship game in extra innings, 9-8. Head coach Anthony Mascuilli was assisted by...
Star Teams: September, 2013
The Shamong Braves, a team of third- and fourth-grade players, won the 2013 Indian Mills Athletic Association championship. They took home the title after defeating another Indian Mills team in the final. The Braves were coached by Mike Dunn, Nate Fowler,...
Star Teams: August, 2013
The White Sox 9- to 11-year-old baseball team in the Cherry Hill Youth Athletic Association took home the Major 60s Division championship with a 9-3 victory over the Angels. The win capped a sensational 18-2-1 season for the White Sox.
Star Teams: June, 2013
Pooling their resources together, the four Lenape Regional high school softball teams—Lenape, Shawnee, Seneca and Cherokee—each raised money for four different cancer foundations by selling T-shirts. The combined total money raised was a whopping $5,690,...