Archive: November, 2010
S.E. PA WEEK 14 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Cherokee quarterback Andrew Martin wasn't pleased with his performance or that of his team Thanksgiving day against visiting Seneca.
Cherokee had to overcome a 13-10 halftime deficit to win, 19-17, and maintain an undefeated record going into the South Jersey Group 4 championship game on Dec. 3 with Oakcrest.
Martin, a senior, said the Chiefs played a sloppy game. And he was well aware that he contributed to it.
Senior Terrell Williams ran 22 times for 93 yards as Cherry Hill West beat cross-town rival Cherry Hill East, 13-12, on Thanksgiving Day morning.
It was the fourth consecutive victory in the 42-year-old series for Cherry Hill West.
The Lions finished 2-8 with victories in their last two games.
The Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT) softball team has been named to the 2009-10 Girls Got Game National Fastpitch Coaches Assoc. all-academic team. GCIT's unweighted GPA was 3.53, 34th in the nation.
Mentioned: Gloucester County Tech
THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL
Here is next weekend's S.E. PA football playoff slate:
Eastern field hockey coach Danyle Heilig went right to the point after Oak Knoll upset the Vikings, 4-2, Sunday in the Tournament of Champions' final.
"They took advantage of opportunities and we didn't," Heilig said of Oak Knoll, which had been outshot, 22-6, and outcornered, 28-2. "They had six shots on goal and converted on four. We dominated the game but couldn't finish the ball."
The stats clearly were on Eastern's side.