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Group 2: What a Race it Should BeGroup 2: What a Race it Should Be
There is no question that Group 2 will have one of the most competitive football races in South Jersey. Haddonfield is the defending champion and the Bulldogs had to beat West Deptford, Camden and Woodstown to win the title. All four of those teams will be contenders, as will newcomer Glassboro. Here is a look at one of the more fascinating sections in the area. The numbers by the schools are the enrollment grades 9-1 from the 2013-2014 school year, which the NJSIAA uses.

Rowan's Gilmore Steps Down
One of the great coaches in South Jersey history has decided to hang it up, although he will still be a major part of the local sports scene.
Dan Gilmore, who built Rowan’s men’s soccer program into a national Division III power during 38 years, has stepped down but will remain as athletic director at the school.
Gilmore said on the school’s website that he his decision came about due to his expanded duties as athletic director. He was named Rowan’s AD in 2012.



Sports Feature

GymnasticsGymnastics
...From the pages of Suburban Family Magazine's Fall High School Sports Preview...
The Golden Eagles graduated their top gymnast from a year ago in Jessi Van Horn as well as co-captain Jordan Powelson, but the rest of the squad returns, including senior Jodi Schauer (pictured), the team leader who will serve as this year’s captain. Also back is a pair of promising sophomores in Brittney Raffo and Jaylyn Gardner. Raffo placed eighth on vault at the Olympic Conference Championships and competed at sectionals along with Schauer, while Gardner took eighth on beam in the conference. They’re joined by juniors Emily Gardner and Gabriella Magasic and sophomore Brianna Brida.

Tennis
...From the pages of Suburban Family Magazine's Fall High School Sports Preview...
The Crusaders had just one senior in their starting lineup during an outstanding 2013 season, but they also suffered tremendous losses with the transfers of sophomores Stephanie and Natalie Yanosov, their top two singles players last year. The good news is that all-conference first-teamer Caitlyn Sorelle, a junior who played third singles, returns along with three of last year’s four starting doubles players. Senior Julia Rosen and junior Julianna Bidic were all-conference first team at first doubles and also qualified for the state doubles tournament.



Sports News

inRecruit Creators on a MissioninRecruit Creators on a Mission
2 South Jersey natives-including one former NBA player- are revolutionizing pro basketball

Clearing the Air
Local authors team up to put the long-running Philadelphia sports stereotypes to rest



Sports Events

$8,000 Reflekt Polarized Big Shot Volleyball Championships
Golf Klassic to Benefit Food Pantry
Children's Cup Golf Tournament




Golf Course

Fore ShoreFore Shore
…From the pages of South Jersey Magazine…
These 20 golf clubs offer more than close proximity to the beach.
Atlantic City Country Club, Northfield
Known for: The place where the term “birdie” was coined in 1903.
What’s new: The club has invested in a fleet of new golf carts, dining room tables and chairs in the Taproom Bar & Grille.

On Course
From public to private, we take a look at what’s new and notable at our area golf courses.
Burlington Country Club, Mount Holly
Known for: The course, designed by Alexander Findlay, first opened in 1930, and was renovated in 2002 with an all new back nine and six new greens. Practice makes perfect: The club’s teaching program is one of only two Stack & Tilt Golf Academies in the country. What’s new: A top-of-the-line 3D golf swing and ball flight analysis radar system. (609) 267-1886, BurlingtonCCNJ.org



Shore Golf

Greens with EnvyGreens with Envy
…From the pages of South Jersey Magazine…
No matter what Jersey Shore town you’re partial to, there’s no shortage of unique and challenging golf courses nearby. But before you book your tee time, there are some things you should know. Which is why we reached out to several of these fine courses, both public and private, to find out what’s new and notable around the greens, clubhouse and beyond. We also asked several area pros and experts to give us their opinion on what makes golfing at the Shore such an experience. We can’t help you with your swing, so we figured this was the least we could offer.

Fore Shore
…From the pages of South Jersey Magazine…
These 20 golf clubs offer more than close proximity to the beach.
Atlantic City Country Club, Northfield
Known for: The place where the term “birdie” was coined in 1903.
What’s new: The club has invested in a fleet of new golf carts, dining room tables and chairs in the Taproom Bar & Grille.



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