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South Jersey Baseball:
BTAA Honors Buchanan With Wooden Bat Baseball Tournament

Sunday, July 27, 2003

By Jim Law
SJSports Staff Writer

The Berlin Township Athletic Association recently honored Mr. Frank Buchanan by naming its first wooden bat baseball tournament after him. Mr. Buchanan has served in one capacity or another for the local associations baseball program for the past thirty years. In addition he has been Mr. Baseball in South Jersey for the same time period as an official of Little League and umpires association. Naming the tournament after him is a well-deserved honor. Mr. Buchanan was in attendance for the first pitch of the tournament as well as presentation of the championship awards. Congratulations Frank.
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South Jersey Runner's Club:
Bill Kile's Memorial Run Celebrates Another Successful Year

Saturday, July 26, 2003

By Art Redd
SJSports Staff Writer

It may sound like the same old story when it comes to this year’s annual running of the Bill Kile’s Memorial Run held at Cooper River Park. When standing among the participants for the One Mile Fun Run/Walk and the 4 Mile Run, it’s hard not to notice a large gathering of friends and family greeting each other and catching up on the latest news in their lives. Once it was time to start the race, the main focus would be on the run and completing it before their personal best. Mark Ciafiani would cross the finish line first in the 4-mile while Angela Washington Bivans was the winner of the 1-mile run.
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Event Spotlight:
Eagles Sign Smith and McMullen

Thursday, July 24, 2003

By Rich Burg
Philadelphia Eagle Media Services

The Philadelphia Eagles have announced the signing of second round draft choice, tight end L.J. Smith, and third round draft choice, wide receiver Billy McMullen. Smith signed a five-year contract and McMullen inked a four-year deal. As is club policy, financial terms of the deals are undisclosed.
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Event Spotlight:
Phantoms 2003-04 Schedule Format Announced
Philly To Play League-high 19 Different Opponents

Monday, July 21, 2003

By Al Cohen
Philadelphia Phantoms Correspondent

The Philadelphia Phantoms today found out their opponents for the upcoming 2003-04 season, as the American Hockey League revealed its 1,120-game schedule format. Each of the AHL’s 28 teams will play an unbalanced 80-game schedule featuring traditional and regional rivalries. The entire 2003-04 schedule is expected to be announced early next month.
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