|High School Basketball:
West All-Stars Capture Albert Carino Basketball Classic
Saturday, March 23, 2002
By Vincent Lewis
The 25th Annual Al Carino Basketball Club of South Jersey All-Star game was the center of attention on the campus of Rutgers-Camden University on Saturday. Basketball students from the area high schools participated in a slam-dunk contest, 3-point shootout and a boy's all-star game. At the end of this day, Dominic Mejia won the slam dunk contest, Dan Terrell captured the 3-point trophy and Dominic Mejia was also named the game's MVP representing the West all-star's 110-106 victory over the East team. Marc Milbourne was awarded the honor of being the East's most valuable player.
New Look Roster, Same Result; Phantoms Fall 2-1 to Bears
Saturday, March 23, 2002
By David Unkle
The Phantoms and Bears played at the beginning of the month (a 4-3 loss) and since that time, some things have changed and some stayed the same. The Phantoms have gone 3-5 including last night's game since that loss. In the twelve games preceding the March 1 game against the Bears, the Phantoms were 2-6-4. Not only did the Phantoms see their Southern Division lead evaporate but they were overtaken by the Norfolk Admirals and these Hershey Bears. Coming off a 2-0 victory Wednesday night against the Wilkes-Barre Penguins, Philadelphia lacked the sixty minute, both ends of the ice effort that is necessary to win games.
Team Conditioning Systems Media Information
Wednesday, March 20, 2002
TeamArete is pleased to announce that Graig White, Founder of Team Conditioning Systems, has agreed to serve the TeamArete community in all of their Strength and Conditioning needs. Graig will offer his insight through a series of articles for the TeamArete website and the TeamArete monthly coaches newsletter. For more information on Graig White, please see his bio below.
With Their Backs Against The Wall, Wings Edge Washington 12-11 To Stay In Playoff Race
Tuesday, March 19, 2002
By David W. Unkle
The Wings' (7-7) ability to play defense for 45 minutes last night allowed them to come away with a thrilling 12-11 victory over Eastern Division Champion Washington Power (9-6). In what was Paul Gait's final regular season game in Philadelphia before he retires at the conclusion of this season, the former Wing scored three points (1G, 2A) on ten shots but it was his only goal that almost closed the door on Philadelphia. The Wings started off with a stifling defense that was noticeably absent in recent weeks. Allowing Washington's offense one goal on seven shots in the first quarter was impressive considering last week's demise in Washington.
|South Jersey Tennis:
The Brianna Brown Story
Monday, March 18, 2002
By Sanipa Koetsawasdi
Eleven year old Brianna Brown is well on her way to proving that she is made of the same kind of grit and determination as the likes of Michael Jordan or John Daly. Her game is tennis. She's proof that anyone can accomplish anything with hard work and doing what you love. She exhibits the work ethics of a true professional.
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