• South Jersey Sports Weekly

With their season’s end just a few short days away, Williamstown High School’s football team sat on the metal benches at the front of the team’s locker room and gave Frank Fucetola their full attention. A perfect season ended with...
Rathman cemented her place among Cherokee girls cross country’s greatest runners after putting up personal-best times throughout the season and placed a career-best 13th at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
The Michigan-bound defensive lineman led the Braves with nine sacks and made a championship-clinching stop in the South Jersey Group 5 final against Lenape.
Eastern Regional sophomore Ryleigh Heck is the 2019 Field Hockey Player of the Year after picking up the slack with her sister sidelined by scoring 78 goals and leading her team to a 21st straight state title
Nelli shined in her first season at Washington Township, winning the Olympic Conference all-around and finishing eighth at the NJSIAA Individual Championships.
Wroniuk led the defense with 387 digs and served as a leader on and off the court for the Group 4 state champion Williamstown girls volleyball team.
When you follow up a breakout junior season by PR-ing at every course in the fall of your senior season and helping fuel your senior-laden team to the program’s first state title in a dozen years, it could be...
The 99 words are still there for anyone to see on a news story that turned 12 years old last month. “End of a Dynasty” read the headline in The New York Times. The lead continued with the theme. “Eastern High School’s...
As the sun began to set behind the trees and an early afternoon breeze gave way to a late November chill, helmets and pads crashed against each other, providing the soundtrack for the night. Gloucester City High School’s football team...
After moving from midfield to forward in 2019, Burrell led Delran with 19 goals and 11 assists to help the Bears to the Group 2 state championship game.
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