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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, Gov. Phil Murphy gave his endorsement in a press conference – while leaving the decision...
Bob Kenney covered seven Olympic Games as a longtime Philadelphia-area journalist. He worked a half-dozen Super Bowls and World Series, too, and his 45 years as the official scorer in the Philadelphia Phillies press box spanned three ballparks and...
Navigating how to make sports function amid a pandemic isn’t easy, and if you’re attempting to follow CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) protocols, it can be downright impossible, as with wrestling, for example. Fortunately some sports are adaptable....
In the next few months -- as long as the pandemic cooperates, of course -- Sam Levin, Daniel Leonard and Luke Dorfman will begin their high school careers at Cherokee, with aspirations to make an impact on the basketball...
The Harrison Heat 10u team scored a 4-2 win over host Washington Township to capture the 2020 Washington Township Summer Classic tournament championship on Monday. Frankie DeFalco, Cole Urban and Braydon Robinson each collected two hits, Stephen Bagocius drove...
A week after finally getting to graduate with his friends following a long, frustrating spring and the beginning of an uncertain summer, Anthony Schooley packed his things inside the dugout at Owens Park in Williamstown. The team representing Cherokee High...
Twenty-six years ago, St. John’s University, a private Catholic college in New York City, announced its athletic department’s nickname was changing from Redmen to Red Storm, following years of complaints from American Indian groups about what they felt was...
After spending the final three months of the school year apart with the sports season shut down, the Haddonfield Memorial High School boys cross country team got the band back together this summer. Each morning this month they’d risen early...
Jordan Burroughs, one of the most decorated athletes in South Jersey history, is celebrating his 32nd birthday this week. He was supposed to be celebrating much more this summer. Burroughs won an Olympic gold medal in 2012. He’s won four...
Before everyone went their own way for the summer two weeks ago, Paul VI High School lacrosse coach Rich Burns gathered his seniors together for one final time. He wanted to show his appreciation for what they brought to the...
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