Ice Hockey Spotlight:
Penguins Blank Phantoms
Friday, December 23, 2005
By Brian Smith
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton goaltender Dany Sabourin stopped all 15 shots he faced while Konstantin Koltsov contributed a goal and an assist to lead the Penguins to a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Phantoms on Friday night. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton started out the scoring on the power play with 9:44 left in the first period. The Penguins worked the puck free behind the Philadelphia net and Koltsov was able to step out in front. He stuffed the puck inside the left post for the 1-0 lead.
High School Basketball:
Lady Lancers Get Everyone into the Game
Thursday, December 22, 2005
By Susan Hall
It was the start of a new season were two familiar teams would meet on the basketball court for a Burlington County Patriot Division game. The Lancers from Holy Cross were hosting the Scotties from Bordentown in a game that started out with both teams were trying to find a way to gain the advantage. Holy Cross would take control of this game during the second and third quarter to expand their single digit lead into double digits. By the time the final buzzer could be heard, The Lady Lancers had eight different players finding their way into the scoring column and pick up the 49-39 decision over Bordentown.
Devils Defeat Griffins for First Win of Season
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
By Bob Heller
The University of the Sciences Men’s Basketball Team placed four players in double figures as they earned their first win of the 2005-06 campaign tonight, defeating the Gwynedd Mercy College Griffins, 80-64. Bill Kurtz made seven of 11 shots from the field, including four from beyond the three-point arc to lead all scorers with 22 points. Eric Cangelosi, returning to action after missing the last two games due to illness, had 17 points and seven rebounds.
Rutgers-Camden Hires Oswald as Men's Soccer Head Coach
Monday, December 19, 2005
By Mike Ballard
Tim Oswald has appeared in the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship tournament as a player and as an assistant coach. Now Oswald is hoping to return to the post-season tournament in another capacity after being hired as the new head coach of the Rutgers University-Camden men's soccer program. Oswald takes over the Scarlet Raptors from Greg Ogden, who resigned in November after leading Rutgers-Camden to the New Jersey Athletic Conference championship game and a 15-5-1 mark in his sixth season with the program. Ogden went 68-39-14 in his six years with the Rutgers-Camden men.