High School Swimming:
Sunday, January 28, 2001
By Charlie Barker
The Eastern girls swim team won the 4th Annual Girlz Rule Invitational after coming in second place the past two years. The Lady Vikings did it by winning three of the four 200 freestyle class relays, as well as the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay. Eastern also received individual wins in the 50 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, and diving competition. The all-girls meet, hosted by Highland and Triton, with the support of the Rowan University Swimming & Diving Teams, also was joined by Audubon/Collingswood, Delsea, Deptford, Gateway, Glassboro, Haddon Township, Kingsway, Pitman, Sacred Heart, Sterling, Williamstown, and Woodstown.
|High School Ice Hockey:
Ramsay Outduels Sabol As East Edges Cherokee
Friday, January 26, 2001
By Mike Costantino
Brendan Ramsay and Chris Sabol put on a clinic in strong goaltending, but it was Ramsay's strong play in the third period that enabled Cherry Hill East to edge Cherokee 2-1 in a game played at Hollydell on Friday night. Each goalie took turns carrying their team in the first period with Sabol stopping all eleven shots, including several from point blank range to keep the game scoreless heading into the middle stanza. The second period was Ramsay's turn as he stoned several Cherokee players on breakaways and the game remained scoreless until less than four minutes remaining in the period.
Wednesday, January 24, 2001
By Gregory "Graig" White
The main purpose of our flexibility program is to lesson the possibility of injury to our athletes. Warming up and then stretching works to prevent strains and muscle tears. The reason for warming up first is to raise the general body and deep muscle temperatures, which in turns make the muscles more pliable, lending itself to greater movement. This also aids in the prevention of muscle soreness.
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