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High School Field Hockey:
Second Half Rally Pushes Crusaders into the Finals

Thursday, November 9, 2006

By Stephanie Wright
SJSports Special Correspondent

These two teams were very familiar with one another as they had met in last year's playoffs. The Bulldogs from Glassboro were looking to repeat their performance by knocking off the Lady Crusaders out of the post season tournament for the second year in a row. This evenly played first half of field hockey had to be decided during that all-important second half. The host Bishop Eustace would rally behind Leah Furey's goal midway through the half proved to be the game winner. The Crusaders, with their 3-1 victory over Glassboro, will advance to the state finals.
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High School Soccer:
Glassboro's Lady Bulldogs Defeat Overbrook Lady Rams 3-0

Monday, September 11, 2006

By Boog Powell
SJSports Staff Writer

Glassboro improves their team record to 2-0 by defeating Overbook (Opening game) 3-0. Glassboro's striker Rebecca Stockl scored the first 2 goals of the game in the first half. This led the Lady Bulldogs to a 2-0 lead at the half. Overbrook's keeper Stefanie Stone kept the Lady Rams in the game with some key saves. In the second half, Kayla Seymore, Glassboro's left defender scored off of a corner kick late in the half. The kick came from the right corner and went pass the left post. The ball was bouncing around until Seymore volleyed it into the back of the net. Glassboro's keeper Brittany Johnson had 7 saves for the shutout, while Stone, Overbrook, had 18 saves.
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High School Basketball:
Glassboro's Second Half Enough to Defeat Gloucester

Tuesday, February 7, 2006

By Jerome Michaels
SJSports Special Correspondent

This game was about two teams heading in two different directions. The Bulldogs from Glassboro has been successful at winning those important games from their division while the Lions from Gloucester have been looking for ways to come away with a win. The way the first half of this Tri-County Conference Classic Division game ended, neither team held an advantage. It wouldn't be until midway through the third quarter that the Bulldogs would begin to slowly pull away. Glassboro would finish off Gloucester by posting a 68-45 victory.
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High School Soccer:
Cinnaminson Holds Off Glassboro's Late Charge

Friday, November 4, 2005

By Clark Washington
SJSports Special Correspondent

Unbelievable weather we are having in the month of November which has made sitting out and enjoying the boy’s soccer game extremely easy. On a day when you could go outside in a short sleeve shirt, jeans and comfortable shoes, an exciting game broke out in Cinnaminson when Glassboro visiting the Pirates in a South Jersey Group 2 boy’s soccer game watched the Bulldogs take an early one goal lead into intermission. Cinnaminson turned the game around in the second half scoring four goals only to watch Glassboro rally late in this game. The Pirates would prevail as Cinnaminson would advance to meet Delran in the next round after defeating Glassboro 4-3.
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High School Football:
Woodbury's Defense Sparks Herd Second Half Comeback

Saturday, November 22, 2003

By Vincent Lewis
SJSports Staff Writer

Glassboro did their homework preparing for their semi-final football battle against the Thundering Herd from Woodbury High School. Score as many points possible and hope it would be enough to advance to the South Jersey Group I finals. That theory lasted for one half of this game as the Bulldogs early lead quickly dissipated in the second half. Woodbury’s defense kept the pressure on Glassboro and gave their offense excellent field position for runningback Chris Pressley to score three consecutive touchdowns. Woodbury recorded the 27-14 victory and will now travel to take on Schalick for the title.
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