• South Jersey Sports Weekly

From baseball to softball to lacrosse, a number of athletes came up with big performances in sectional and state finals.
From launching long-range jump shots from behind the arc in the winter to sinking high-pressure putts in the spring, Moorestown’s Akhil Giri showed off an athletic skill set that demonstrated his physical and mental aptitudes in 2019. The versatile, multi-talented...
After losing key starters McKenzie Blake and Elise Fiannaca to season-ending knee injuries, Haddonfield girls lacrosse rallied around their two teammates.
Haddonfield girls track’s distance runners have put up huge performances in some of the 2019 season’s biggest meets.
Three months ago, there weren’t any real expectations. Shawnee High School’s softball team was going to try to fill the void of Kayla Pagano, a four-year varsity player who did the bulk of the pitching during her career, and...
South Jersey Sports Weekly is a publication that launched in April that's produced by Sun Newspapers that appears in physical copy within the Suns throughout South Jersey (in Moorestown, Medford, Cherry Hill, Washington Township, Deptford, etc). each Wednesday. Most...
Cinnaminson High School junior Austin Gabay was out on the track preparing for what is perhaps the most important month of his high school career when the kindergarten-aged son of Pirates coach Dan Fourney appeared with some temptation: a...
The Braves are wrapping up the best season in school history after winning the program's first-ever NJSIAA Group 4 state championship on Monday.
Also take a look back at some of the sights from last week's Olympic Conference Track and Field Championships.
The Quakers won their 42nd sectional title in 46 years on Monday with a lineup featuring three juniors, three sophomores and one freshman.
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