Jersey Side Sports Archive: February, 2013

Basketball: Lundy leads Paulsboro past Haddonfield

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By Phil Anastasia Xavier Lundy pays attention to the clock. He tries to ignore the calendar. Lundy seized command of the fourth quarter... Read more

Wrestling: Sportsmanship at its best

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By Phil Anastasia Jackson Baker said it was no big deal. Some coaches asked the senior at Penns Grove High School to do something for another... Read more

Field hockey: Eastern's Cuneo to North Carolina

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By Phil Anastasia Eastern sophomore Austyn Cuneo, the two-time Inquirer Player of the Year in South Jersey field hockey, has committed to... Read more

Basketball: Paul VI beats Camden

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By Phil Anastasia Ivan Robinson found the range in warmups. The Paul VI junior never lost it. "I was hitting them before the game," Robinson... Read more

Basketball: Scoring Leaders

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By Phil Anastasia South Jersey boys' basketball scoring leaders through Monday, Feb. 18: Player School Games Points Average Stefano Okoro... Read more

Basketball: Okoro reaches 2,000 points

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By Phil Anastasia Gloucester's Stefano Okoro on Monday became just the second player in the history of the boys' basketball program to score... Read more

Basketball: Shawnee beats Holy Spirit

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By Phil Anastasia Josh Borrelli scored 15 and Tristan Polnitz added 13 as Shawnee beat Holy Spirit 52-43 Sunday in the CHE East Invititational... Read more

Basketball: New Top 10

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By Phil Anastasia Here's the new Top 10, after a long and wild week of basketball highlighted by one of the best CHE Invitationals. Previous... Read more

Basketball: AC beats Paulsboro

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By Phil Anastasia Gene Allen knows his Atlantic City basketball team will shoot poorly in some games. He knows his team will commit too... Read more

Basketball: Eastern beats Haddonfield

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By Phil Anastasia It was Group 4 against Group 2. That's not always an advantage in size and strength for the larger school. But it was when... Read more