Sam Hellman

One Year Later, Still ‘Boston Strong’
One year ago, the iconic finish line on Boylston Street looked like a war zone.
Three people were killed and more than 250 others were injured after two pressure cooker bombs exploded during the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Race officials worried that participation in 2014 might be down, maybe even non-exist…
Wildcats Pull Away From Hermits in CAL Slugfest
For the second time in six days, St. Joseph used a tremendous second half effort to pull away from another quality opponent.
The Wildcats scored 20 unanswered points in the final two quarters, boosting their record to 6-1 while handing St...
Spartans Edge Wildcats in State Champion Showdown
Only one state championship team could leave the field in Absecon victorious on Friday night. Spartans quarterback T.J. Anderson did everything to make sure it was his.
The senior scored two touchdowns and even contributed on defense as Holy Spirit held off St...
Countdown to Kickoff: Football is Back
It's back to football here in South Jersey.
High school teams from across the region are gearing up for their first real test this week.
Click here for a complete listing of Cape-Atlantic League high school football action
While his school may not be in the C...
No Offseason Rest for South Jersey’s Best Athletes
While high school graduation offers a brief recess from competition, some of South Jersey's best athletes are proving there's really no break during the offseason.
Dozens of the area's best are planning for the next stage of their academic and athletic careers, which begins in just a f…
“Why Not Be a Champion Today?” [PODCAST]
Last month in Philadelphia, Bridgeton's Braheme Days Jr., brought a track & field title back home. Now you can add four more names to the list of national champions representing South Jersey.
Pleasantville's dynamic twin duo, Jacob and Isaac Clark, were flanked by teammates Dagoberto Arias and Ra…
Fallout From the Rutgers Controversy [PODCAST]
The controversy continues into the weekend at Rutgers University.
Over the past week, a controversial video tape of the mens basketball team's practices went public, causing an avalanche of media conversion on New Brunswick. Former head coach Mike Rice was fired for allegedly hurling basketballs…
Heavyweight Showdown [PODCAST]
When the high school sports schedules were released last year, it's likely that basketball fans had this weekend circled on their calendars.
Three local Cape-Atlantic League squads are all in action, along with one of the best boys basketball teams in the entire state...
A ‘Spirited’ Homecoming [PODCAST]
Purple and gold" in Middle Township?
That's what you'll see when the Panthers take the field against Ocean City in their annual homecoming game. It's already been one of the most exciting and "spirited" weeks in school history, and it wraps up with what'…
Football in the Air [PODCAST]
Training camps are just a few days away, and that can only mean one thing: football is back in our area.
The South Jersey Sports Report is also gearing up for the fall sports season; over the next few weeks we'll be checking in with local coaches for a preview of their offseason workouts...

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