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Quaker boys soccer squad takes down Mainland to win sectional crown

Girls field hockey championship game nixed due to COVID-19.

Jersey Strong: Four local lacrosse standouts take team to national championships

From the time she suffered a season-ending ACL injury one month into her sophomore season at Haddonfield Memorial High School until the time she...

Play ball? Fall sports (well, most of them) get the green light for 2020

The penultimate week of August was a pivotal week for the potential of high schools sports returning in 2020. Within the span of four days,...

July Madness: Is proposed NJ prep summer baseball tourney feasible?

Three months ago, one of the most exciting events on the sports calendar became the first casualty of the coronavirus pandemic when the NCAA...

Dispatches from Home: Three new books to satisfy your thirst for baseball

Hovering in the air is the aroma of a grill’s early evening production. Hamburgers, hot dogs, Italian sausages? Whatever it is, it feels right...

Natural Born Leader: Sullivan graduates with winning legacy

Last Wednesday, on the day that was supposed to be the eve of high school lacrosse’s postseason, Julia Sullivan put on her jersey at...

Moorestown alum making history by taking on possible COVID-19 vaccine

In mid-March, Claire MacDougall, who starred at Moorestown High School in lacrosse and soccer, was doing what everyone else was: watching the country improbably...

When the sports world stood still: baseball coaches, players wait with season in limbo

Perhaps the only thing more depressing than no baseball on opening day is the uncertainty of its return in 2020. 

Topping the leaderboards: Moorestown Friends’ Runyan is Girls Basketball Player of the Year

Bella Runyan finished her career as Moorestown Friends girls basketball team’s career leader in assists and steals and second all-time in points. She also lifted the Foxes to a program record 21 wins in three of her four seasons.

Moorestown’s core four leads program to breakout season

Thomas Blanch, John Dalmass, Rober Damerjian and Ronald McCoy played a huge part in lifting the Quakers to a pair of upset wins in the South Jersey Group 4 playoffs.
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