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South Jersey Soccer:
Elizabethtown Soccer Opens Against Rutgers-Camden With 3-0 Shutout

Saturday, August 30, 2003

By Boog Williams
SJSports Staff Writer

Camden, N.J. Rutgers-Camden Community Park is a great place to view a soccer game!! It’s located right at the bottom of the Ben Franklin Bridge, with a view of Campbell’s Field and the skyline of Philadelphia. But it was the Blue Jays of Elizabethtown, lead by sophomore forward Brian Zalasky’s two goals in the first half that defeated the Scarlet Raptors of Rutgers-Camden 3-0.
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Ice Hockey Spotlight:
Phantoms Holding Online Jersey Auction
2002-03 Game-Worn Road Jerseys Up For Grabs

Tuesday, August 26, 2003

By Al Cohen
Philadelphia Phantoms Correspondent

Here's your chance to own an actual road jersey that the Philadelphia Phantoms wore during the 2002-03 season. Through Thursday, Sept. 4, a total of 24 black Phantoms jerseys from last season are available in an online auction at Featuring such names as Neil Little, John Slaney, Mark Greig, Jim & Peter Vandermeer, Patrick Sharp, Peter White and Kirby Law, the online auction is run through Yahoo! Shopping Auctions. The auction page can be found through the jersey auction link in the top right side of the Phantoms' homepage, and includes photos and the bidding history for each available jersey.
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South Jersey Youth Football:
Spotlight on the Minutemen (Unlimited Division)
A Team To Watch

Monday, August 25, 2003

By John Marcucci
SJSports Special Correspondent

This was the third scrimmage for our Washington Twp. Minutemen, not to far from home the Minutemen went up against the Monroe Twp. Braves. Another controlled scrimmage by the coaches that was beneficial for both teams before the season begins.
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Soccer Spotlight:
Mitts, Fair Invited To National Team Training
Philadelpha Charge Media Update

Monday, August 25, 2003

By Greg Wiley
Philadelphia Charge Correspondent

Heather Mitts and Lorrie Fair were both invited to train with the U.S. Women's National Team in preparation for the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup, which begins in September. Head coach April Heinrichs invited 29 players to the training. She is expected to cut that number to between 18 and 20 for the final World Cup roster. Fair has 114 caps with the national team, having been the only Charge member to be on the U.S. team that won the 1999 World Cup title. Mitts has only four caps, but her play this past season in the WUSA has catapulted her into the mix. Heinrichs has not decided when she will announce her final roster.
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