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The Quakers suffered a 1-0 loss to a team that was, at one point in the season, the nation's top-ranked squad. [Read More]
She is the daughter of Eastern coach Jamie McGroarty. It marks Eastern's first state championship since 2006. [Read More]
The state championship game was scoreless after two overtimes. Freshman goalkeeper Aysiah Maldonado helped the Green Wave prevail in penalty kicks. [Read More]
Griffin Rogers, a junior keeper, saved two of four penalty kicks, including a dive to his right to knock away the first shot he saw. [Read More]
Joe Dalsey connected on his third consecutive try at a go-ahead field goal to win the game. [Read More]
Rams senior says recruiting process had its ups and downs, and ultimately she chose the Blue Devils for their traditions, both athletically and academically. [Read More]
Hannah Russell often feeds the ball to Hailey, who entered her senior year with 115 goals. [Read More]
The senior quarterback/defensive back is a UMass recruit. [Read More]
As a junior, the midfielder led the team in scoring as Bishop Eustace went from a losing record in 2016 to a Non-Public A state... [Read More]
The senior, a scrappy two-way midfielder, is hungry to add another chapter to one of the best runs in South Jersey history. [Read More]
Dan Rohrbach, Dylan Paul, Adi Bulusu and Akshay Bhalodia also helped the Quakers win the South Jersey Group 3 title, the Burlington County Open and... [Read More]
This is Moorestown's first Tournament of Champions finals appearance since 2014. That means no player on the current roster has ever played in a state... [Read More]
The Quakers jumped on Haddonfield, using a fast start to help seal a 13-3 win in the Tournament of Champions semifinals at Middletown South High... [Read More]
Freshman Hailey Russo led the way for the Pioneers with five goals, but it was not enough against powerhouse Ridgewood... [Read More]
A crushing one-goal loss to Summit last year was still fresh in the Quakers' minds on Saturday. [Read More]
Last year, the Bulldogs lost in the state final, but showed potential. They realized that potential this yea in the Group 2 championship game. [Read More]
Most in the state expected this season to be a rebuilding one for Moorestown - many didn't expect the Quakers to make it out of... [Read More]
Despite a team of largely inexperienced players, the Quakers advanced to the state semifinals. [Read More]
Top-seeded Indians overcome heavy rain to black No. 8 Vikings. [Read More]
Now, the 6-foot-2 sophomore is the leading scorer for the Hermits. [Read More]
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