It was business as usual for Bishop Eustace Prep senior Nate Carpenter. It also was something special.
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Dabbundo tied her season-high with 22 points in an overtime victory against Overbrook on Monday night in the opening round of the South Jersey Invitational Basketball Tournament. But it was her outside shooting performance that earned her the honor.
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BORDENTOWN - As Drew Pecora dribbled through a few defenders a few minutes into overtime, the senior was visibly determined to make this trip down the field count. Once in the circle, she ripped a shot that was saved before a mad scramble ensued.
Bishop Eustace, who finished with 50 points, won for the first time since 2011, when it won three-straight titles and it claimed its sixth overall title.
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PENNSAUKEN – A day after Republican candidate Donald Trump won the presidential election over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton – ending more than a year of often ugly, divisive campaigning on both sides – a group of history students took time to deliberate the outcome.
PENNSAUKEN — Different opponent, same result.
For the third year in a row, the Bishop Eustace Prep field hockey team can boast the title of Non-Public South champions. Much like they have the last two years, the second-seeded Crusaders picked up the championship in impressive fashion, this time with an 8-1 win over eighth-seeded Paul VI.
Next fall, Bishop Eustace Prep senior Dominique Marrone will be playing women’s soccer at The College of New Jersey, where she will achieve her lifelong goal of playing the game at the collegiate level.
It was a historic night for the Bishop Eustace field hockey program Monday as senior forward Erin Quinn became the first player in team history to score 100 goals in her career.
PENNSAUKEN – Entering the season with a strong and highly motivated senior class, the Bishop Eustace Prep field hockey team is determined to win the state championship.
PENNSAUKEN – Erin Quinn recalls her freshman season when fellow first-year players Alexis DiGennaro and Drew Pecora were simply trying to make a good first impression on head coach Danielle Senior.
PENNSAUKEN – The talent on Bishop Eustace starts right at the top with a senior class that was responsible for over 100 goals last season as juniors and remains the anchor of the lineup.
The partnership that the Bishop Eustace Preparatory School football team will rely on most this season has been built up since long before the season on the gridiron.
As part of our preseason look into South Jersey football, we want to know a little bit more about some of the region’s players. Blake Hansen, a junior wide receiver/defensive back at Bishop Eustace, talked over a variety of things with reporter Dave Isaac.
"We have had our share of success since these guys were freshman. They have 17 wins over that stretch but no conference title. I think the conference is wide open this season with an edge to Highland and Wilson who are both returning a lot of talent.”
Bishop Eustace Preparatory School
5552 Route 70, Pennsauken, NJ 08109-4798