July 2014 Issue
Juniors Emily Schaeffer and Julia Stumpf have been varsity contributors since their freshman years and are now taking over leadership of the team. Schaeffer placed in the top 15 in both the Gloucester County and Tri-County Conference meets and took...
The Crusaders had just one senior in their starting lineup during an outstanding 2013 season, but they also suffered tremendous losses
High school Fall Sports Preview 2014: Get fired up with our look at the sports, schools and athletes to watch this season.
Any accomplished athlete will tell you that success doesn’t just magically appear on game day; it’s all about the dedication and preparation leading up to that moment.
All-South Jersey first-teamer Chelsea Campbell, an offensive force, has graduated, but the Cougars return a core of four players who started as juniors.
The Golden Eagles graduated their top gymnast from a year ago in Jessi Van Horn as well as co-captain Jordan Powelson, but the rest of the squad returns, including senior Jodi Schauer
Though many more commitments will be made this fall, local schools are reporting the following students will be headed off to Div. 1 teams in 2015.
Shawnee saw several star players graduate from last year’s South Jersey Group IV championship team, including four-year starter Anthony DiOrio
2014 Fall Football Schedules
2014 Fall Field Hockey Schedules
Clearview said goodbye to all-time leading scorer Jackalyn Pauling, who was all-state second team last year after scoring 56 goals.
Senior Brian Keller returns after leading the Crusaders with 12 goals last year. Senior Andreas Papadourakis was also a key playmaker
2014 Fall Boys and Girls Soccer Schedules
For the second year in a row, Eastern must adjust to the graduation of a special piece of its team. Last year it was high-scoring forward Madison Tiernan,
2014 Fall Boys and Girls Cross Country Schedules
2014 Fall Tennis Schedules
Junior Greg Pelose is coming off a breakout sophomore season and should have no problem building on it. Last year he claimed an eighth-place finish at sectionals and an 11th-place finish at states in Group II.