Jersey Side Sports Archive: September, 2012

Football: Live chat tonight from Moorestown at Camden Catholic

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Phil Anastasia will be hosting a live chat from tonight's key WJFL Constitution Division game between visiting Moorestown and Camden Catholic... Read more

Football: Moorestown stuns Camden Catholic

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Tyreek Robinson ran for one score and returned an interception for another touchdown as Moorestown stunned Camden Catholic by 30-14 on Friday... Read more

Football: A 12-pack of weekend picks

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Here's a closer look at 12 games in South Jersey football this weekend, with predictions: Friday at 7: No. 7 Moorestown (2-0) at No. 2 Camden... Read more

Football: An All-Non-Public Division?

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If the Cape Atlantic League follows through on Wednesday's vote and formally applies to the West Jersey Football League -- and if the WJFL... Read more

Football: Stat leaders

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S.J. FOOTBALL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING Ray Lawry, Kingsway, 37 for 506 Calvin Cass, St. Augustine, 50 for 402 Joe Pawlowski, Seneca... Read more

Football: 10 Games to Watch

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Here's an early look at 10 games to watch this weekend in South Jersey football: Friday at 7 No. 7 Moorestown (2-0) at No. 2 Camden Catholic... Read more

Football: New Top 10

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As expected, Week Two provided a couple of major jolts to the Top 10 rankings. That's what happens when unranked Moorestown takes down then-No... Read more

Football: Big night for Kingsway's Lawry

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After two games, Kingsway junior Ray Lawry has taken over the lead in rushing yards in South Jersey and established himself as an athlete to... Read more

Football: Haddon Heights beats Audubon

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Senior QB Dante Pinckney was 11-for-14 passing for 221 yards and three TDs as Haddon Heights beat Audubon 48-20 in a Colonial Conference... Read more

Football: Williamstown beats Shawnee

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Juniors Marques Little and John Chamberlin combined for all six touchdowns as Williamstown played a practically perfect game and overwhelmed... Read more