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You’re out!

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff— Holy Spirit High School’s Kamryn Englert is tagged out by Wildwood Catholic’s Nicole Kanya while trying to steal second base in an April 12 girls’
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Shoot and score

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff— Veronika O’Donnell of Bishop Eustace (Pennsauken) shoots and scores on Paul VI (Haddonfield) goalie Hailey DeCastro during the two teams’ lacrosse contest on April 9
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Over the net

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff— In high school boys’ volleyball play in Richland, the home team Saint Augustine Prep Hermits defeated the Paul VI Eagles (Haddonfield) 2-1 on April. 13.
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Lacrosse Action

In high school boys’ lacrosse action, visiting Bishop Eustace Prep (Pennsauken) blanked Paul VI in Haddonfield by a score of 9-0 on March 28. Above, the shot of Paul VI’s
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Ball leap

A first baseman for Paul VI High School’s baseball team (Haddonfield) leaps for an overthrown ball during his team’s scrimmage against Gloucester Catholic on March 15.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff
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Irish come up short

Hakim Melvin from Camden Catholic High School (Cherry Hill) goes up for a shot during the Irish’s battle for the Non Public-A State Championship against Don Bosco Prep on March
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Boys’ B-Ball playoffs

In a South Jersey Non-Public A boys basketball quarterfinal, Saint Augustine, Richland, defeated Paul VI, Haddonfield, 62-61 on March 2. In the semifinals, Saint Augustine was defeated by Camden Catholic,
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Puck control

In high school boys’ ice hockey, Gloucester Catholic defeated visiting Saint Augustine Prep 3-1 at Hollydell Ice Arena on Feb. 26. Left, Gloucester Catholic’s Brendan Milliken (97) takes control of
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A thrilling win

In a double overtime thriller, the high school girls’ basketball team at Paul VI squeaked by visiting Bishop Eustace (Pennsauken) 71-69 on Feb. 28 in Haddonfield. Above, Paul VI’s Naomi
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WCHS championship celebration

The Wildwood Catholic High School boys’ basketball team captured its second Cape-Atlantic League title, and first since 2014, in a 63-57 victory over Atlantic City on Feb. 24. The Crusaders