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High School Baseball:
Haddon Township Advances to Rohrer Classic Tournament Finals

Sunday, April 9, 2006

By Stu Franklin
SJSports Special Correspondent

April showers paid us a visit for most of the day on Saturday and the meteorologist suggests that the area is in much need for rain. Caught in the middle of the rain drops were the teams participating in the Rohrer Classic Baseball Tournament. Burlington Township, Haddon Township, Lower Cape May and Timber Creek were the teams participating in this year's tournament. The preliminary round started off with Burlington Township taking on Timber Creek at one location and at the same time at another location, Haddon Township hosted Lower Cape May. With Haddon Township and Timber Creek advancing to the finals of this tournament, it would be the Hawks from Haddon Township outlasting the Chargers to win it all.
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High School Wrestling:
Tigers Take Their Frustrations Out On Overbrook

Saturday, January 7, 2006

By Anthony Phillips
SJSports Special Correspondent

This weekend at Overbrook High School, the highly ranked Dragons from Kingsway entered the gymnasium to participate in a double match hosted by the Rams. Overbrook quickly fell victim to Kingsway's superior strength and were ready to do the same to Lower Cape May. The second match of the day also saw Kingsway coming away with the win which led to the last match of the day. Both the Tigers from Lower Cape May and Overbrook wanted to end the day with a win. After six bouts were completed and the match tied, the Tigers would record seven consecutive pins to sweep Overbrook away with the win. The final score reflected Lower Cape May determination to pick up the 54-12 decision allow them to walk off the mat with a win.
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High School Soccer:
Our Lady Settles in with National Divisional Title

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

By Stephanie Wright
SJSports Special Correspondent

Two days ago the Lady Villagers celebrated clinching the Cape-Atlantic Conference National Division II title when they defeated Bridgeton by a 4-2 score. In that game Maira Grady increased her season total goals scored by three to twenty-four. The goals did not come easy for the first place Villagers traveling to Lower Cape May to take on the Lady Capers. With all of the scoring occurring during the second half, both teams picked up their first tie of the second as neither team would in the double overtime sessions.
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