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It’s been three months since they were together, on Thursday, March 12, an early end to the school week with an in-service day scheduled Friday. They were ready for a long weekend highlighted by the Who’s Who Senior Dance...
A year ago, 1,217 amateur baseball players were selected by one of 30 teams in Major League Baseball’s annual draft. The three-day, 40-round draft brought joy to thousands of homes of top high school and college players across the...
Thirteen months ago, Camden Catholic High School right-hander Eric Cunning had to end his baseball season before it was more than a couple weeks old.  A shoulder strain limited Cunning to three pitching appearances as a junior. The promising, 6-foot-4...
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 home.  Surely it was bittersweet to wear the black and gold top for what very well...
By MARK ZIMMARO Newspaper Media Group Chris Therien has now excelled at three jobs. The former Flyers defenseman almost seamlessly transitioned into a broadcasting role in the sport he loves — all while holding down the fort as the father of four...
The decision to forgo a collegiate career and play professional soccer has worked out quite well for Medford native Brenden Aaronson. Aaronson, who signed a pro contract with the Philadelphia Union a month before his 18th birthday in the fall...
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 shut down within the span of a few days on live TV.  NBA season, suspended. NCAA...
As she retraced her steps from the last month over the phone, Vanesa Pino, the star pitcher of arguably the best team at Gloucester City High School and the valedictorian of the senior class, couldn’t believe so much could...
If Greg Brodzinski could fit it into his busy schedule this summer — busy as long as the coronavirus epidemic eases up at some point, of course — he would almost surely have the coolest job to boast about...
By JEFF WOLFE Special to SJSW Grayson Link, an 18-year-old Paul VI High School senior, was named the 2020 New Jersey Equestrian of the Year by the New Jersey Equine Advisory Board this winter. Link represented New Jersey 4-H. As Equestrian of...
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