Girls’ lacrosse teams proves their worth

By Morgan Harris '11

April 14, 2011

Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

The Lady Eagle’s Lacrosse Team looks to soar above their competition as many returning varsity players have ripped up the field during the preseason. With all starters healthy and happy, the girls are hopeful for a successful...

Boys’ lacrosse team shows promise

By John Cafasso '11

March 31, 2011

Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

            West Deptford spring sports have been in training for a little over two months. The regular season is right around the corner and the boys’ lacrosse team is looking to make this year a good one under the...

Phillies begin preseason training

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March 23, 2011

Filed under Spring Sports

            As the weather begins to get warmer and the sky gets clearer, it means we’re getting closer to opening day of the Philadelphia Phillies.             Philadelphia’s beloved Phillies ended...

Girls’ basketball starts on a good note

By Kelli Tachdjian '14

February 19, 2011

Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

            Our own Lady Eagles basketball varsity and junior varsity start the season with a good record. Winning 6 games out of 9, makes the varsity players feel good about how they’ve played. Junior Varsity has...

Winter Track Team runs in freezing temperatures

Kelli Tachdjian '14

January 27, 2011

Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Running frozen doesn’t sound like a fun activity iin the winter time, but for West Deptford’s very own Winter Track team, this is the most normal thing you can do.             Winter Track has many of the events...

Championship games set as teams fight for bragging rights

By Matt Shinkle '14

January 27, 2011

Filed under Commentary, Sports

           Saying you’re the best at something always feels good. Well, four teams in the NFL are fighting for that bragging right. The Jets, Steelers, Bears and Packers all are very deserving of winning the Super...

NFL experiences many upsets in first round of NFL playoffs

Matt Shinkle '14

January 27, 2011

Filed under Commentary, Sports

            The NFL playoffs began this weekend. No two people could agree on the outcome of any of the games. Therefore, the upsets started.             The Seahawks entered the playoffs having the worst...

Eagles and Packers set to battle it out to stay alive in Playoff Run

Matthew Shinkle ‘14

January 10, 2011

Filed under Commentary, Sports

The Eagles and Packers met in week one with both teams not knowing what to expect for this season. The Eagles were managing a young Kevin Kolb and anxious Michael Vick, after letting go the two stars that led this team for so...

Cliff Lee stuns all with return to Philadelphia

Matt Shinkle '14

January 3, 2011

Filed under Commentary, Fall Sports

            Cliff Lee was the biggest free agent on the market this off-season. There were reports that there were two major teams after him along with a mystery team. The New York Yankees and Texas Rangers were going...

Is Michael Vick an All-Star candidate?

Matthew Shinkle ‘14

December 14, 2010

Filed under Commentary, Sports

          Is Michael Vick an All-Star candidate? Why not? He is probably one of the best quarterback’s in the whole NFL today. He’s thrown thirteen touchdowns and only one interception, occurring in week twelve in...

Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is slowly redeeming himself

John Cafasso '11

November 14, 2010

Filed under Commentary, Sports

            As many people probably already know, Ben Roethlisberger has gotten into a fair share of trouble during his NFL career so far. Recently, the starting quarterback was suspended four games for violating the...

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