• South Jersey Sports Weekly

The phrase “stay in your lane” is used across all kinds of conversations in modern everyday life, whether it’s a divisive political debate, friendly sports chatter, or, of course, a discussion of highway driving. But in bowling, it can...
Jade Gasper doesn't like looking back and wondering “What if?”  Her younger brother, sixth grader Julian, wrestles. Her dad and her uncle, Joseph and Jeremy Gasper, both wrestled at Lenape. Although she followed her mom, Jeannette, into cheerleading from the...
During the course of the season, there are games that stick out as highlights, turning points or milestones for a team.  A few days after one of those games, Camden Catholic’s Colin Merriman was still reveling in victory. The point...
A strong work ethic, determination and faith helped lift Clearview’s Zion Fearon to a track sectional title two months after an ankle injury.
The Cougars won their first Public Group A state championship since 1999 when they defeated four-time defending champion Bridgewater-Raritan last weekend.
Washington Township hasn’t advanced beyond the second round of the playoffs since 2013. A talented core of seniors is determined to change that this season.
The main gymnasium at Eastern Regional High School is overcrowded with banners, not just recognizing teams, but individuals, too. There are dozens of retired numbers, in football, field hockey, lacrosse and basketball. There are banners recognizing the Vikings who went...
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.
Before arriving to take over the head basketball coach position at his alma mater, Travis Murphy could count the number of 1,000-point scorers in Delran history with both hands.  Entering the 2014-15 season, there were eight Bears who had reached...
The No. 1-ranked Cougars aims to do something they haven’t done in more than 40 years: win back-to-back state championships.
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