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Control and defend

Quinn Advena, above, of Holy Spirit High School, Absecon, works to control the ball during the team’s 2-1 win over Saint Joseph Oct. 2 in Hammonton. Below, Holy Spirit’s Matthew
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Home match win

In girls field hockey, Bishop Eustace, Pennsauken, scored a 10-2 victory in a home match against Paul VI High School, Haddonfield, on Oct. 10.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff
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A Spartan victory

In girls tennis, Holy Spirit’s Courtney Randik serves in a match against Wildwood Catholic in Absecon Oct. 5. It was a Spartan victory, 3-1.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff
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In girls’ high school soccer action last week, Holy Spirit beat visiting Our Lady of Mercy Academy (Newfield) 2-1 in Absecon. Above, Holy Spirit’s Delaney Crawford uses her head to
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A shut out

Last week in Absecon, visiting Wildwood Catholic shut out the home squad, Holy Spirit, by a score of 5-0 in boys’ high school soccer. Above, Wildwood Catholic’s Jordan Holmes (4)
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Preparing to strike

Paul VI’s Julia Bobrick prepares to strike during her team’s volleyball game against Camden Catholic on Sept. 28 in Cherry Hill. The visiting Haddonfield girls defeated the home team, 2-0.Photo
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Over the net

In high school girls’ volleyball, the Saint Joseph Wildcats defeated the visiting Gloucester Catholic Rams in Hammonton 2-0 on Sept. 21. Above, the Rams’ Serena Pluta takes to the sky
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Fighting for possession

On Sept. 22, the visiting Saint Joseph boys’ soccer team (Hammonton) defeated Holy Spirit 3-2 in Absecon. Above, Holy Spirit’s De-Quawn Johnson (7) fights with Saint Joseph’s Matt Bispo (16)
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Wildcats visit and win

In high school action on the gridiron, visiting Saint Joseph (Hammonton) bested Holy Spirit 42-26 in Absecon last weekend. Top photo, Wildcat Nate Johnson runs through the pack. Bottom, Holy
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OLMA prevails

The girls’ soccer team of Our Lady of Mercy Academy (Newfield) won twice in the span of three days last week. Above, forward Violet BiFulco (13) heads to the net