• South Jersey Sports Weekly

A crowd of players leaped toward the basket, and after the ball was tipped for a third time toward the hoop, it found the twine just before the final buzzer blasted. Bedlam ensued. Timber Creek players and students stormed together...
Last Thursday’s girls swimming sectional finals saw South Jersey’s top three teams shine in one of the biggest meets of the season
Washington Township’s perfect bowling season nearly ended with a thud on the first day of February.  The Minutemen picked a bad day to have a so-so performance and finished third among Group 4 teams at sectionals. But since they  collectively...
It was six days before Christmas when Hunter Suter stepped onto a wrestling mat for a competitive bout for the first time in more than 16 months. He was with a new school. He was working with a surgically-repaired knee...
The Panthers bolted out to a 17-1 start this season on the back of a fast, exciting brand of basketball.
Deptford’s state championship track team graduated more than a half dozen top athletes, but senior Donovan Clement is leading the next wave of Spartans in 2020.
The Warriors won their first-ever sectional title on Feb. 1, adding another accomplishment to a hallmark season for the program.
After dominating the Olympic Conference and finishing undefeated in 2019-20, the Vikings are hoping to qualify for states for the second consecutive season.
The two Gloucester Catholic seniors have been mowing down record after record this season. They now hope to lead the Rams on a deep run in the playoffs.
One of them is chasing down the career 1,000-point plateau and the chance to join exclusive company in Paul VI history. Abaigeal Babore, 18, is also one of the state’s most lethal three-point shooters. The other is one of New...
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