Jersey Side Sports Archive: May, 2013

Basketball: Camden BOE turns down Valore

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By Phil Anastasia Camden High School's past in boys' basketball is filled with stirring victories and state championship trophies and some... Read more
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Baseball: Cieri finishes with a bang

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By Phil Anastasia This baseball season didn't go according to plan for Rancocas Valley's Nick Cieri. But it ended in a wonderful way. Cieri... Read more

Baseball: Stat Leaders

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By Phil Anastasia South Jersey baseball stat leaders through Monday, May 27: PITCHING WINS 10 -- Luke Westfield, Pennsville 8 -- Devin... Read more

S.J. Baseball: Trout amazes old coach

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By Phil Anastasia Millville High School baseball coach Roy Hallenbeck said he tries to stay up every night to watch Mike Trout’s games... Read more
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S.J. Tennis: Moorestown wins state title

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By Phil Anastasia WEST WINDSOR, N.J. -- It took three sets and three shirts. It took more than two hours, several ice bags, a wet towel and... Read more
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Baseball: Flacco leads Eastern past Haddon Twp.

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By Phil Anastasia He passed for 2,957 yards last season as a football quarterback. That was the fourth-highest total in South Jersey history... Read more

Baseball: Stat leaders

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By Phil Anastasia BASEBALL STAT LEADERS (Through Sunday, May 19) PITCHING WINS 8 -- Don Money, Vineland 7 -- Devin Smeltzer, Bishop Eustace;... Read more
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Baseball: Haddonfield beats Collingswood

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By Phil Anastasia Mike McLaughlin said Haddonfield's record wasn't 9-15 when the Bulldogs took the field for Monday's playoff opener. "We... Read more

Baseball: New Top 10

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By Phil Anastasia One thing about this week's Top 10 was easy: Washington Twp. is a slam dunk No. 1. The rest was hard. WT has won 12... Read more

Baseball: Washington Twp. wins Diamond Classic

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By Phil Anastasia This is the team that they all saw when they closed their eyes in the winter. Now it's late spring, and Washington Township... Read more