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Shot attempt

Our Lady of Mercy Academy blanked visiting Holy Spirit High School (Absecon), 3-0 on Oct. 23 in girls’ soccer in Newfield. Above, Our Lady of Mercy Academy’s Abby Ward (3)
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Home squad wins

Camden Catholic's Shannon McHugh (2) and Paul VI's Jarah Barquero (30) fight for the ball during their Oct. 30 high school soccer contest in Haddon Heights. The home squad Eagles
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Cross country Good Samaritan

In a recent cross-country competition, Camden Catholic High School (Cherry Hill) senior Shane Costello got the opportunity to demonstrate not only his athletic talents, but the faith he has been

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Crew alums

Crew alums of Holy Spirit High School, Absecon, got together Oct. 22 at the University of Kansas’ Jayhawk Jamboree Crew rowing Competition. Pictured are Mike Peterson, ’73; Michelle Goodwin, ’10;
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Wildcats prevail

High-flying Saint Joseph High School’s Sam McGlynn gets ready to spike the ball against visiting Our Lady of Mercy Academy (Newfield) in Hammonton on Oct.18. The home team Wildcats prevailed,
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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)