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High School Lacrosse (Playoffs):
Shawnee Wins Girls Lacrosse State Championship

Saturday, May 30, 1998

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

The Moorestown Lady Quakers played host to the Shawnee Lady Renegades at the neutral field of Cherry Hill West on Saturday, where Shawnee took home the trophy, winning the New Jersey State Girls Lacrosse Championship. In their previous regular season match-up, Shawnee had defeated Moorestown 7-5, handing the Lady Quakers their only regular season loss.
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High School Baseball:
Cougars Win Group 4 Championship

Friday, May 29, 1998

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

It was another game of comebacks, but this should have been expected in a South Jersey Group 4 championship game. Cherry Hill East would jump out to a 7-3 lead after 3 innings just to see Cherokee come within one run in the bottom of the 6th inning. The Cougars would finally hold off Cherokee's rallies to capture the title. They would break open the game in the top of the seventh on Arnold Zappasodi's grand slam, and go on to a 16-7 victory to close the game.
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High School Boys Lacrosse:
Moorestown Represents South Jersey in Playoffs

Wednesday, May 27, 1998

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

That's Right! Boy's lacrosse in South Jersey was played in Moorestown. It was a state tournament game against St. Joseph, Metuchen. Usually lacrosse is mentioned as a high school girl's sport in this area. But this sport for boys is a more physical style of play with a lot of contact and the Quakers were letting South Jersey know they exist. Most of the time, Moorestown is taking that long trip north to participate in regular season games. Not this time. By defeating the North Jersey Sparta 18-7 on Friday, they had the privilege of playing at home.
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High School Lacrosse:
Lady Quakers Advance to Finals

Wednesday, May 27, 1998

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

The third-seeded Cherokee Chiefs visited the second-seeded Moorestown Quakers to fight for the right to go to the state girls lacrosse championship. Last year, the Lady Chiefs upset the Lady Quakers and knocked them out of the playoffs, so the Moorestown team was determined not to let Cherokee do it to them again.
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