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Saint Charles Borromeo, softball champs

  The team of Saint Charles Borromeo, Sicklerville, captured the Diocese of Camden Softball League championship last week. Above, Saint Charles players celebrate their championship win over Our Lady of

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The slower, more casual Boys (and Girls) of Summer

Since 2010, from April to July, priests have replaced their clerical garb for cleats; businessmen and businesswomen have stepped out of cubicles and onto dirt and grass; and students have

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Rivals become teammates at Carpenter Cup

PHILADELPHIA – During the regular season, the softball teams at Paul VI High School, Haddonfield, and Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Pennsauken, compete against each other with grit and determination. No

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State titles

— Saint Augustine’s Nick Leonetto tags out Tom Meyer at home plate during the Richland Prep’s 6-1 victory over Mercer County’s Notre Dame on June 5 to win its third
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Camden Catholic hires a new football coach

The administration of Camden Catholic High School announced the hire of Robert “Cody” Hall as head football coach. Hall is a graduate of James Madison University, where he was a

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Meet of champions

Runners for Good Shepherd School, Collingswood; Saint Peter, Merchantville; Christ the King, Haddonfield; and Saint Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights, stand on the mark at the 2018 Meet of Champions
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Vatican looks at sports’ gains and losses

Photos by Alan M. Dumoff“Giving the Best of Yourself,” the Vatican’s first document on sports, highlights the church’s positive view of the important values inherent to sport and also blows
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Softball action

In high school girls’ softball action on May 14, visiting Saint Joseph (Hammonton) beat Our Lady of Mercy Academy 13-2 in Newfield. Above, a Wildcat takes a swing. Below, the
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You’re safe!

On May 10, visiting Holy Spirit (Absecon) edged out Saint Augustine 1-0 in high school boys’ baseball action, held in Richland. Above, Holy Spirit’s Vince Letizia slides safely back to
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Sliding safely

At the end of last month, Bishop Eustace Prep (Pennsauken) defeated Holy Spirit (Absecon) 5-1 in a Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament among high school baseball teams, taking place in Linwood.