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High School Ice Hockey:
Edgewood Ice Hockey Looks To Pick Up Where They Left Off

By Michael Cowart
SJSports Student Correspondent

The Edgewood ice hockey team has a long road ahead of them this season to make it to the playoffs. Last season the team blasted almost everyone they faced and surprised the entire league by making it to the playoffs for the first time in four years. In fact, they made it all the way to the semi-final round where they lost to Shawnee, who would eventually go on to win the championship.

Now a new season has started and the team is looking to improve even further and with any luck, win it all. At the start of the season, luck wasn't exactly on their side. The team has just come off an outstanding preseason. With a record of 2-1-1, it seemed like the Eagles were picking up where they left off last season. Then came the regular season and their first opponent, Lenape.
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Group 1 Championship:
Red Raiders Hold Off Thundering Herd

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

The comment, "It's not raining today!" was frequently shouted from the visitor's stand. The day was clear, cold and windy, and the Woodbury fans were looking forward to a rematch after losing to Paulsboro 14-8 in their regular season contest.
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6th Annual Thunderbird Thanksgiving "B" Tournament:
Twin Rinks of Pennsauken November 28-30th
Bantam Championship - Glaciers vs. Winston-Salem Ice Hawks

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

In the Bantam Division, the Ice Hawks defeated the Glaciers 4-2. Campbell led Ice Hawks' scorers with 2 goals and 2 assists. Bellefontaine had 2 goals for the Glaciers.

Period 1 - Ice Hawks' Campbell scored the first goal on an assist by Richardson with 6:27 in the period. The Glaciers tied the score with 3:51 left in the period with Diamontiz passed to Pete Crocker and put a shot on goal. Andrew Bellefontaine put the rebound in the net.
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Thanksgiving Day
High School Football:
Rams Crush Eagles On Turkey Day

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

This annual contest between the two Lower Camden County rivals began with much pomp and circumstance on a sunny but windy Thanksgiving morning. Being the last game of the season, both Overbrook and Edgewood honored their football and cheerleading seniors before the game. Overbrook also honored their alumnus Ron Dayne, now a running back for the Wisconsin Badgers.

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Thanksgiving Day
High School Football:
Irish Win on Shamrock Field

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

We will build it, they will come. Shamrock Field was the place to be on Thanksgiving morning for the first home game at Camden Catholic High School. The capacity crowd got together to see the Irish defeat Paul VI 42-0 for their first home victory at Shamrock Field. No more travelling to Camden's Farnham Field and calling it home for the Fighting Irish. The alumni, students and faculty got together on Sunday, November 23rd to officially open the celebration of their new field.
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