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-and NOW from our SPORTS DESK - Athletic Director Mike Papenberg reports: 

Good Day Everyone!   Here is a look at how our student-athletes did last week.

The Football Team won their first game of the year in an exciting Homecoming Game against Holy Cross High School, 44-38, on Saturday.  Kwinten Ives had a monster day rushing 23 times for 212 yards and 3 touchdowns!  He also added a catch for 42 yards and another touchdown, scoring 4 touchdowns on the day.  Sadiq Cook caught 2 passes for 35 yards and a touchdown and ran the ball 12 times for 75 yards.  Damon Bailey also scored a touchdown for the Panthers.  Defensively, Xavier Mourey had a sack and Nate Cammack had an interception to help the team to the victory.  The boys improved their record to 1-5 on the season and will take on Florence High School at home at Matt Curtis Stadium on Saturday at 11AM.

The Boys Soccer Team had a 1-2 week but clinched a share of the BCSL Freedom Division Championship with their win over Riverside High School on Wednesday.  The boys won behind goals from Chris McCarron and Richie Butler.  John Liebe made 2 saves to earn the win.  The boys record now stands at 13-4 and they will take on Camden County Tech Sicklerville on Thursday at home in their next match.

Congratulations to the Boys Cross Country Team for finishing the regular season with a record of 5 wins and 2 losses in the Division.  This record was good enough to place 2nd in the BCSL Freedom Division.  The boys team of Dominic Belton, Cormac Riley, Colin Broadbelt, Colin McGovern, Jimmy Crean and Owen Jacobs defeated Stem Civic’s Charter School for their 5th win in the division.  The Girls CC Team also had a great day, Olivia McGovern placed 11th overall in the race and ran another great time.

The Girls Soccer Team had a 1-1 week.  After a close loss to Pitman High School on Monday, the girls defeated Camden County Tech Sicklerville 5-1 on Thursday.  Sophia Wilburn, Lauren Gilmore, Julia Ostroff, Maura Russell and Riayn DiMeo all scored for the girls.  The girls record is now 12-4 on the season.

The Girls Tennis Team had a tough week taking on Cinnaminson, Burlington Township and Pemberton.  The girls lost all 3 and fell to 4-11 on the season.  The girls finish up their season at the BCSL Open TODAY.

Here is a link to our schedule to come check out our games this week and beyond. #GOPANTHERS! for more schedules & other information find us on