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Posted: Friday, February 22, 2013 5:39 pm | Updated: 8:46 pm, Fri Feb 22, 2013.

Sacred Heart meets Holy Spirit for the Cape-Atlantic League girls basketball championship noon Saturday at Richard Stockton College in Galloway Township.

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Mike McGarry
James Clark
  • James Clark
  • Sports Writer
    The Press of Atlantic City
  • E-mail: jclark@pressofac.com
  • Phone: 609-272-7000
  • James Clark has been following local high school sports since his time as a student at Ocean City High School in the 1980s. Clark also serves as The Press' soccer blogger and coaches his twin sons' U13 soccer team.
Susan Lulgjuraj
David Weinberg
James Clark
  • James Clark
  • Assistant Soccer Coach at St. Augustine Prep
  • James Clark has been writing about soccer for various media outlets, including The Press of Atlantic City, for 15 years. The Northfield resident coached travel teams in the South Jersey Soccer League for a decade and is currently an assistant soccer coach at St. Augustine Prep. Clark's blog will appear three times a week and daily during this summer's World Cup.
Kevin Clapp
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