Leadership Keys For Minutemaid Field Hockey

Jake Minnick '21, Author

November 27, 2017

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Township field hockey, a very successful program and has had lots of success this season which is due to a few key factors: leadership, captains, coaching, and bonding.                 The teams’ leadership is owed t...

Volleyball battles through rebuilding

November 27, 2017

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After a disappointing first round playoff defeat last year, the girls’ volleyball team was ready to bounce back. Despite losing some stars to graduation, the team still posted a 13-10 record on the season. “I think the...

Philly teams show promise

November 27, 2017

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         Philadelphia sports has been a bit of a garbage pit in the last few years. The 2010s started out promising, with a brand new Michael Vick leading the Eagles, a young “prospect” in Evan Turner beginning to pla...

Eagles draft recap

Mike Renzulli '19, Sports Writer

May 31, 2017

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This draft recap will grade each individual pick made by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2017 NFL draft. Coming off a 7-9 season, how will this draft class propel the Eagles season? Let’s find out! Derek Barnett, DE, Tenness...

Hitting the lottery

Jack Cahill '17, Sports Editor

May 15, 2017

Filed under Pro Sports, Sports

With the regular season in the rear-view mirror, NBA teams that didn’t make the playoffs turn their attention to something else: the draft. It’s where franchises begin. The draft makes or breaks a team for the future. One...

Girls Track Stats

Jack Cahill '17, Sports Editor

April 27, 2017

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Tameah Young, senior- Discus (101'8) and Shot Put (34'5.5) South Jersey Group 4 Sectionals 7th in Discus Olympic Conference 8th in Discus Rowan University Open 1st in Discus Gloucester County Championship 7th in Shot S...

The 400m Phenom

Jack Cahill '17, Sports Editor

April 27, 2017

Filed under People, Sports, Twp. Sports

I remember my brothers coming home from school one day. They just had a recreational track meet at school. As they ran through the door, they shouted, “Kami Hickson is amazing. She is going division one and will be in the Olympics.” The...

The Crossover-The struggle with Simmons

Jack Cahill '17, Sports Editor

April 27, 2017

Filed under Pro Sports, Sports

It seemed like everything was finally coming together for the Sixers and their fans after three painful seasons. Center Joel Embiid was finally healthy, power forward Dario Saric came over from Croatia, and the Sixers drafted...

The Crossover- Worth the wait

Jack Cahill '17, Sports Editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Pro Sports, Sports

Good things come to those who wait, and Sixer fans are realizing that this is true. After a frustrating two years, center Joel Embiid is finally on the court, and playing the best basketball any Sixer has in recent memory. Embiid...

WTPR All Stars

Rob Minnick '17, Staff Editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Sports, Twp. Sports

If you are from Washington Township, then you know that the first three months of every year belong to the intramural basketball season. This recreational league comprised of sixteen to eighteen-year-old players is notorious for...

Life in the pool

Nicolette Murdock '17, Staff Editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Sports, Twp. Sports

Swimming may not receive the spotlight that other sports such as football, soccer, and basketball do, but that doesn’t mean the sport is without its merit. The senior members of the girls swim team have made swimming a large...

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