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July 2012 Issue
Well Seasoned
The local high school sports programs prosper year-round in South Jersey, but there is something about the fall that seems to bring out the best in the athletes and teams.
 
You’re An All Star
Milestone coaches dish on championships, trophies and all-star success through the years
 
Football
Senior Conner Bor is one of the top defensive backs in the WJFL after earning first-team all-conference honors. He also is expected to take over at quarterback.
 
Field Hockey
The Crusaders return four first-team all-conference performers—senior goalie Alex Pecora, senior attack Kelly Quinn, senior midfielder Montana Fleming and junior midfielder Sarah Furey.
Boys’ Cross Country
Senior Eric Franklin was a first-team all-conference performer. Senior Alex Stelmaski, junior D’vonne Trumbo and junior Alex Hull were second-team selections.
Girls’ Cross Country
Senior Katie Simalchik was a first-team all-conference performer whose best time was 22:23. Sophomore Natalia Marrone was a second-team all-conference choice, with a best time of 22:30.
Boys’ Soccer
Senior sweeper Nick Hanuscin and senior forward Alec Palmieri were first-team all-conference selections. Senior midfielder Ernie DeVincenzo was a second-team selection.
Girls’ Soccer
Senior forward Nicolette Wilkins and senior midfielder Taylor Baranowsky each had seven goals and four assists and both were second-team all-conference selections. Wilkins has committed to Drexel.
Girls’ Tennis
Senior Ania Krawiec has been the Crusaders’ No. 1 singles player her first three years. Last season, she earned first-team all-Olympic Conference National Division honors. Senior Sarah Sperling has been the No. 3 singles player in each of the last two...
Volleyball
Senior outside hitter Jessica Quinlan was an all-conference performer. Junior middle hitter Jenna Haxton set a single-season school record with 49 blocks
Gymnastics
The Chiefs were 6-2 last season under coach Brian Moore and have the ability to meet or surpass that mark this year. Lenape and Washington Township are the conference favorites, but Cherokee could also make some noise with a veteran team.
Web Exclusives: July, 2012
Head to our Facebook page to see exclusive photos and a behind-the-scenes look at our cover photoshoot featuring four of South Jersey’s top athletes.
Spring Hills Senior Communities: Fresh Fare
Spring Hills Senior Communities dining room draws a crowd with signature cuisine.
 
Velocity Sports Performance
Better, Together: Velocity Sports Performance’s state-of-the-art training facility produces better athletes at every level.
 
Mary Farren, DMD
Something to smile about: Mary Farren, DMD, provides dentistry with a modern touch.
 
Impact Training
Making an Impact: Local athletes look to get results and improve fitness with Impact Training.