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Event Spotlight:
Wings Head Coach Tony Resch Retires

Tuesday, July 10, 2001

By Shae Sherry
Philadelphia Wings Correspondent

Tony Resch, a 14-year veteran of the 2001 National Lacrosse League Champion Philadelphia Wings, has announced he is retiring to pursue other opportunities with his other full-time position, according to Wings' President and co-owner Russ Cline.
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High School Girls Lacrosse:
Shawnee Holds Off Eastern To Advance To South A Final

Wednesday, May 30, 2001

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

As usual, when teams enter the playoffs, every aspect of play gets turned up a notch. Rivalries get even more intense. Even though Shawnee defeated Eastern 10-3 in their regular season meeting on April 30th, both teams knew this would be a different game.
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High School Girls Lacrosse:
Lady Quakers Subdue Foxes in Round 2 of Playoffs

Thursday, May 24, 2001

By Gary Steiner
SJSports Staff Writer

The blue skies made it a great day to play lacrosse after so many days of clouds and rain. The Lady Quakers of Moorestown (19-0) ended up raining goals on the Moorestown Friends Lady Foxes (10-3) to win this second round game 19-2. Moorestown will play Camden Catholic (who defeated St. John Vianney 17-7) next in their pursuit to repeat as state champions.
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Event Spotlight:
PHILADELPHIA SWIMS PAST 'SHARKS
Wings Secure NLL Playoff Berth

Saturday, April 7, 2001

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COLUMBUS, OH - The Philadelphia Wings won against the Columbus Landsharks, 17-7, at the Nationwide Arena. The Wings maintain third place in the National Lacrosse League standings, with one game left in the regular season at Albany. The Wings record increases to 9-4, with the team securing a playoff berth after this win, and Buffalo falling to New York (18-13). Philadelphia needs to win their last game at Albany to secure home field advantage for the NLL semi-finals.
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Event Spotlight:
Wings Rally To Win On Bergey's Goal In Overtime

Saturday, March 31, 2001

By Mike Costantino
SJSports Staff Writer

Jake Bergey scored on the Wings first possession in overtime to defeat the Washington Power 14-13 in a game played in front of 16,779 rabid fans at the First Union Center. The Philadelphia Wings scored two goals in the last ninety seconds to send the game into overtime. Tom Marachek led the Wings attack with four goals and Bergey notched a hat trick. The Power's Jesse Hubbard had three goals while Paul and Gary Gait added two goals apiece.
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Event Spotlight:
Wings St. Patrick's Day Uniforms Raise $11,960 For Charity

Tuesday, March 20, 2001

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The Philadelphia Wings, using their limited edition Kelly green Irish uniforms from St. Patrick's Day, raised $11,960 in a post-game auction to benefit Wings Charities. The proceeds from this first-ever event helped fund local charities with which the Wings are involved, including the Children's Miracle Network.
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Event Spotlight:
Seven Goal Second Period Help Wings March Pass The Saints

Saturday, March 17, 2001

By Mike Costantino
SJSports Staff Writer

The Philadelphia Wings scored seven goals in the second period, including three in the first forty five seconds against the New York Saints for a 14-10 win in front of 14,421 loud fans. Kevin Finneran led the Wings with two goals and five assists, while Jake Bergey lit the lamp five times to improved the Wings record to 7-3. Jason Wulder led the Saints with four goals and three assists and Mark Frye chipped in with three goals and two assists.
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Event Spotlight:
Wings Wear Special Irish Green Uniforms
As They Host The Saints On St. Patrick's Day

Wednesday, March 14, 2001

By Shae L. Sperry
Philadelphia Wings Correspondent

JERSEYS WILL BE AUCTIONED OFF AFTER THE GAME FOR WINGS CHARITIES

The Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League don special Irish green uniforms when they host the New York Saints on St. Patrick's Day (Saturday, March 17) at the First Union Center at 8 p.m. After the game, the Wings will auction off these jerseys benefiting Wings charities.
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Event Spotlight:
Toronto Rock Rolls Over Philadelphia, Wings Drop To Second Place In NLL

Saturday, March 10, 2001

By Shae L. Sperry
Philadelphia Wings Correspondent

PHILADELPHIA - In a battle for first place, the Philadelphia Wings fell to the Toronto Rock, 11-7, Saturday at the First Union Center in front of 13,485 fans. The Rock took the lead in the second quarter and never looked back. The Wings were without top scorer Tom Marechek, who was out with a sprained shoulder. The Wings record now stands at 6-3, while the Rock improve to 8-3.
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