Q and A: Senior Spring Track and Field Hurdler Justin Demareo

By Matthew Shinkle '14

May 26, 2014

Filed under Features, Sports, Spring Sports

Did you feel last season was successful? (Individually, Woodbury Relays, Moorestown) I was happy with how last season went. We won a bunch of medals in the high hurdle relay and improved our times significantly. Individually, I am c...

West Deptford Boys’ Track Team trains for historic season

By Matthew Shinkle '14

May 26, 2014

Filed under Features, Sports, Spring Sports

A strong group of seniors is pushing this team to make it bigger and better for now and for years to come. Last year Sterling won the Colonial Conference championship, but this year Coach Mark Dixon sees a completely differ...

Senior Trip no time to relax for two West Deptford Track standouts

May 26, 2014

Filed under Features, Sports, Spring Sports

Almost 1,000 miles away from home, Kevin Cianfarini and Dale Johnson continue to practice.  Athletics have always meant a lot to the students at West Deptford High School, from the football field to the track and beyond, but tw...

Eagles Track and Field team is leading the charge in the Colonial Conference

By Matt Shinkle '14

May 26, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion, Sports, Spring Sports

The West Deptford Eagles Track and Field team, as expected and predicted in the beginning of the season, is leading the charge in the Colonial Conference to become the soon-to-be champions. With a currently undefeated record,...

Phillies season is better than expected

By Matthew Shinkle '14

May 26, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion, Spring Sports

Our Philadelphia Phillies, ladies and gentlemen, are piecing together better than expected. A 15-15 record has them playing .500 ball. However, there are still many improvements that need to be made. Offensively, I personally...

Getting cut from baseball was a blessing

By Matthew Shinkle '14

May 26, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion, Sports, Spring Sports

Going into high school, I wanted desperately to continue playing my favorite sport. I showed up for four weeks of practices, hitting drills and conditioned myself for even longer to get ready for baseball. In the end, I didn’t...

As winter worsens, the baseball season begins in Clearwater

By Matthew Shinkle ‘14

February 27, 2014

Filed under Column, Sports, Spring Sports

A new season offers new promise for a team that very badly needs to get back to its winning ways. As snowflakes continue to fall in the chilly Northeast, the Philadelphia Phillies have retreated to the sandy beaches and cris...

Austin is pleased with her JV Girls’ Lacrosse season

By Alyssa Palumbo '16

May 25, 2013

Filed under Features, Sports, Spring Sports

It’s 2:30 in the afternoon and school has just ended.  The girl’s lacrosse team races out of the locker room dressed in bright, colorful pinnies, shorts, and cleats.  As they make their way over to the bright green lacrosse...

Still hope for the Flyers to win the Playoffs

BY Brenda Boody '15

April 25, 2012

Filed under Commentary, Sports, Spring Sports

            The Flyers started off the Stanley Cup Playoffs strong. They are being forced to play the Pittsburgh Penguins in the post season. They were looking forward to playing them and getting them out of the playoffs...

Boys’ Lacrosse team poised for positive season

By Nick Carney '13

March 16, 2012

Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

                With the 2012 spring sports season underway, the Boys’ Lacrosse team is looking to take back the Olympic Conference title and to make it to the 3rd round of the State Playoffs. Even with some ...

Strategies to succeed in baseballl

By Josh Blackiston '14

February 22, 2012

Filed under Column, Opinion, Sports, Spring Sports

            America’s pastime is one of the most well-known sports in this nation. Everyone would like to go pro if he or she had the chance. There are a lot of ways to try and succeed is this sport, but it will not...

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