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Mainland H.S. Boys Swim Team Advances to Sectional Final
The Mainland Regional High School boys swim team has advanced to Wednesday’s sectional final at GCIT against rival Ocean City.
First-year Holy Spirit Spartans Girls’ Basketball Coach Stressing Fun
Former Drexel University star Tim Whitworth is in his first year coaching the Holy Spirit girls basketball program and has the Spartans in contention for berths in the state playoffs and Cape-Atlantic League tournaments.
Atlantic City Beats Rival Pleasantville at Battle By the Bay
When you play basketball for ACHS, there’s no better feeling that beating rival Pleasantville and finishing out the Battle by the Bay showcase with a crowd-pleasing performance.
Mainland H.S. Pitcher Chase Petty Earns Prestigious Invite
Chase Petty, a junior right-handed pitcher at Mainland Regional High School, has been selected to participate in a prestigious summer league.
EHT Dominates at CAL Swim Championship
Ethan Do and Egg Harbor Township rolled to the boys league title, racking up more than 500 points.
Ocean City Girls Hit Late 3-pointer to Down Atlantic City
Both teams played aggressive defense as Ocean City led just 22-16 heading into halftime.
Taj Thweatt Leads Wildwood Catholic to Dominating Win Over Prep
Senior Taj Thweatt played one of the most dominating games in his career against the Hermits, scoring a game-high 28 points.
Steve Normane Returning to Holy Spirit Dugout
State championship-winning baseball coach Steve Normane, who currently is the athletic director at Holy Spirit High School, will be back in the dugout this spring.
Glory Days’ High School Football MVP
Glory Days Magazine’s Football MVP came out this fall and put together one of the best seasons a South Jersey quarterback has ever had.
Glory Days ‘High School Football Offensive Player of the Year
As the 2019 season began to draw to a close, St. Joseph senior running back Jada Byers was closing in on becoming South Jersey’s all-time leader in touchdowns scored.