Sports Briefs


Hall of Fame

Haddon Heights resident Terry Durkin was recently inducted into the Camden County Sports Hall of Fame. Durkin has been a teacher at St. Rose of Lima School for over four decades and has been an active member of the South Jersey basketball community as an official for many years. She has been involved with the West Chapter 5 Women’s Basketball Officials for the past 48 years. Since 1996, Durkin has also served as president of the Girls Division of the Al Carino Basketball Club.

Wildwood Catholic

Wildwood Catholic is proud to announce the hiring of Doug Tracey as the new lacrosse coach. Tracey will be the first lacrosse coach in the history of Wildwood Catholic which will first compete at the JV level and move to the varsity level once the team is ready for that level of play. Tracey comes from a program at Moorestown Friends. He played college lacrosse at Guilford and is looking forward to the opportunity to build the program from the ground up.

St. Augustine

On Saturday, Nov. 26, the St. Augustine Prep Baseball program was honored by the Hot Stovers Baseball Club of South Jersey at their 52nd Annual Banquet at Masso’s Columbus Manor in Williamstown. Coach Mike Bylone was presented a plaque on behalf of the team for their 2011 Non-Public A State Championship. Also receiving awards at the banquet were 2011 Prep graduates Ed Charlton and Matt Rakus for their 1st Team All-South Jersey selections. Charlton and Rakus are currently both attending New Jersey Institute of Technology on baseball scholarships.