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High School Basketball:
St. Joseph Gets Cape Atlantic League another Win

Saturday, February 11, 2006

By Jerome Michaels
SJSports Special Correspondent

David Catalana, executive director of the Shoot Down Cancer Foundation Inc., has been a very busy person putting together another high school basketball tournament. For the past five years, The Olympic-Cape Challenge has given basketball fans in South Jersey one of the most action packed weekends of high-school basketball of the year. With twenty-eight of the best teams from the two best basketball conferences in South Jersey set to do battle at Timber Creek High School for fourteen great match-ups. With the first two games played resulted in the Cape-Atlantic Conference winning the first game and then the Olympic Conference the next, St. Joseph and Cherry Hill East took center stage. The Wildcats would stay one step ahead of Cherry Hill East and come away with the 58-50 victory. Norm White led St. Joseph's in scoring with 23 points.
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High School Field Hockey:
New Egypt Controls Both Halves against St. Joseph

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

By Susan Hall
SJSports Special Correspondent

St. Joseph Hammonton captured the South Jersey Group I title and were beginning their quest towards the state championship. Standing in their way were the Warriors from New Egypt who were the winners of the Central Group I bracket. Both of their previous number one seed status would be thrown away for now and their new seeding in this years Group I state title would begin. Four first half goals scored by New Egypt completely controlled the outcome of this game held at Bishop Eustace Prep School. Shannon Houston and Sara Messinger both finished the game with two goals apiece and the Lady Warriors from New Egypt would be advancing to their third straight state title game. New Egypt will now play Pingry after defeating St Joseph by an 8-1 margin.
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High School Ice Hockey:
Salvatore Saves the Day for Highland

Friday, November 11, 2005

By Mike Costantino
SJSports Staff Writer

Nick Salvatore stopped all thirty shots he faced and Mike Harmon scored his first goal of the season early in the third period as Highland edged Neumann 1-0 in Tier 2 action played at Hollydell. With both teams struggling offensively this year, Neumann is averaging two goals per game and Highland just over three, the game figured to be a defensive battle. Neumann carried the play for most of the first period, thanks in part to the power play as six of the seven penalties called were against Highland. But Salvatore made several huge saves and kept Highland in the game.
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High School Soccer:
OLMA's Zapeic Earns another Shuts out against St. Joseph

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

By Stephanie Wright
SJSports Special Correspondent

It's never easy starting out a season when most only give you a small chance of coming out on top of your division at the season's end. The Wildcats from St. Joseph have been selected as one of those talented teams that have a real good chance of winning the conference title. So when Our Lady of Mercy Academy was hosting the Wildcats, they knew they had to play above average especially with Tara Davies on the other team. Two players of their own have been scoring goals for Our Lady. Maria Grady and Jen Woldon both scored in this game while Meghan Zapeic earned her fourth shutout of the season. Our Lady went on the defeat St. Joseph 3-0.
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