Soccer stars lead stressful lives

December 7, 2014 • By Ally Hartwyk '15  
Filed under Fall Sports, Features, Sports

            As some people know, student athletes are always busy, especially if they belong to a club team as well. Many people on the freshman high school soccer team belong to club teams, and they are in some honors classes. Having to balance two soccer teams and still have time for homework... Read more »

Let the games begin

September 22, 2014 • By Jalissa Carter '18  
Filed under Column, Fall Sports, Opinion, Sports

Professional football gets the crowd on the edge of their seats just like a scary movie does. Sunday’s game between the Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars provided that kind of excitement as well as another game between the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts. The game started with Chad Henne who threw... Read more »

Coach Dixon leads the freshman football team to their first win

September 22, 2014 • By Zachary Kaminski "17  
Filed under Column, Fall Sports, Opinion, Sports

The West Deptford Freshman Football team made their season debut on Wednesday, September 10 at Riverwinds Community Center. They started their season off against the Gloucester Catholic Rams. These two teams were different in size and different in level of skill. The West Deptford freshman team is very... Read more »

Hurdling

July 11, 2014 • By Matthew Shinkle '14  
Filed under Sports, Video

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Being a full time athlete

July 11, 2014 • By Matthew Shinkle '14  
Filed under Sports, Video

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Benefits of Having a Conditioned Body

June 8, 2014 • By Gerald Owens '14l  
Filed under Column, Opinion, Sports

Staying fit and active throughout your life helps you surpass the opponent in many ways.  If you have a conditioned body, you will see that you can go harder, but not fatigue as fast or recover faster and living will become a lot smoother.  It’s the fourth quarter, and the game is in your hands.... Read more »

Basketball player Tyler Leonhardt

June 8, 2014 • By Gerald Owens '14  
Filed under Features, Sports, Winter Sports

When did you start to like and play basketball? I began playing basketball when I entered kindergarten at age five. I thought it would be something I’d like. Plus, I was very sporty so it kept me entertained.  Who is your biggest fan? My biggest fan is my momma; she has been there for me no matter... Read more »

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

May 26, 2014 • By Matthew Shinkle '14  
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 content with how I did as I broke my goal of a minute in the 400 hurdles,... Read more »

West Deptford Boys’ Track Team trains for historic season

May 26, 2014 • By Matthew Shinkle '14  
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 different perspective about who the potential crowned champion will be. “Sterling... Read more »

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 two athletes took it to new lengths recently to ensure practice still makes... Read more »

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