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High School Boys Soccer:
Edgewood Loses In Second Half, AGAIN!

By Alec Walker
SJSports Student Correspondent

Edgewood came out strong in the first half on Thursday, but fell short in the second half. The scoring led off with a goal by Brian Gambone at 5:32, followed by two goals by Greg Ruttler.

With the score at the half in favor of Edgewood 3 goals to 1, Edgewood looked to be on the road to their fifth win.

But with a questionable call by the referee in the opening minutes that gave Edgewood forward Dave DeBartolomeo a red card, and the Eagles mentality in the second forty minutes, the Crusaders were able to battle back to score four goals and take the much needed win from Edgewood.
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Team Profile: Edgewood Field Hockey Keeps Up Unexpected Winning

By Pam Gargano
SJSports Student Correspondent

After an amazing win over Olympic National Division rival Bishop Eustace last Monday, the Edgewood Eagles need to keep their priorities in order.

“We couldn’t be too excited about the Eustace win. We needed to concentrate on Triton,” says four year coach Gina McGee. “I was worried we’d be too sure of ourselves.”
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High School Football:
Camden Catholic Moves Into First Place

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

On a bright Saturday afternoon, the Edgewood Eagles visited the CamdenCatholic Fighting Irish at Camden's Farnham Park.

Both teams struggled early, until 6:27 in the 1st quarter, when CamdenCatholic scored on a 12 yard run by #28 James Howard. The extra point was blocked to make it 6-0.
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High School Ladies Soccer:
Camden Catholic and Cherry Hill West Battle to 1-1 Tie

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

With Cherry Hill West (1-8-0) visiting Camden Catholic (0-10-0), both these teams were determined to get an early lead and use their defense to hold on to the victory.
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High School Field Hockey:
Camden Catholic Falls to Eastern

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

With SATs fresh in their minds, top rated Eastern (7-2-1) was ready to play field hockey against a young and determined Camden Catholic (2-6-2) team.

Eastern got on the board with a goal by Amy Jackson. She also scored her second goal right before the first half ended.
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