Tyler Donohue

“I’m Very Optimistic About a Full Recovery”
On Tuesday night, Middle Township Panthers head basketball coach Tom Feraco was in the locker room congratulating his kids on their victory over one of their biggest rivals.
Just hours later, Feraco was under the knife at a hospital in Philadelphia for one of the key treatments in his recent battle a…
Temperatures Drop, But High School Hoops Heating Up
South Jersey may have been hit with a nasty winter blast just days after the New Year's celebration, but it won't put a damper on high school sports in the area for very long.
The storm may have thrown a wrench into Friday's action, but several teams across South Jersey say they'r…
New Year, Same Basketball Tradition in Wildwood
It's a basketball event that's almost as traditional as the Jersey Shore itself.
Well, maybe it doesn't have the same kind of history, but sports fans in South Jersey certainly know about the Boardwalk Basketball Classic. Currently in its 16th year, the annual hardwood showcase feature…
Spartans look to settle scores on hardwood
The Holy Spirit Spartans basketball team has been living in one big shadow during the past few years.
They've watched their rival Atlantic City go on to win consecutive state championships, including a thrilling postseason run that also ended Holy Spirit's season last year...
St. Joseph Earns 5th Straight State Title
St. Joseph head coach Paul Sacco preached for his team to stay focused heading into their latest clash with St. Mary's of Rutherford. After all, it's an opponent that his Wildcats had beaten convincingly to win their last three Non-Public Group I state titles, by a combined score of 127-0.…
Cross-Town Finale?
Even with a state championship game looming next week, the St. Joseph Wildcats knew the importance of what could be the final contest against their cross-town rivals.
Rocco Ordille's 4th quarter touchdown run proved to be the difference, and the Wildcats held off the feisty Blue Devils 28-21 on …
Spartans Roll, Eye 4th Straight State Title
There may be no unit wearing navy and gold that wants a fourth consecutive state title more than the senior members of the Holy Spirit defense.
Their second consecutive playoff shutout, this time a 38-0 rout of Bishop Eustace, has the Spartans on the precipice of their fourth straight Non-Public Grou…
Bolts Advance in Playoffs
The Millville Thunderbolts were looking for redemption Friday night against Williamstown after last season's first round playoff loss.
A pair of sensational young running backs made sure the Braves left this year's contest with a taste of that same disappointment.
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