A ranking of teams in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem and Ocean counties. Rankings selected by The Press’ high school sports staff based on staff observation, research and interviews with players and coaches.
Local high school crew teams competed at the season’s fifth and final Manny Flick-Horvat Series regatta Sunday, placing in the top of their heats and head races on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.
The Ocean City High School girls varsity-eight crew won its 1,500-meter flight at the Manny Flick-Horvat Series regatta on Sunday on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.
MAYS LANDING — The Ocean City High School boys and girls crew teams impressed at the third and final Lake Lenape Sprints regatta of the season Saturday.
MAYS LANDING — Lake Lenape Park East looks like something on a postcard, with calm waters, trees, a small beach area and a lighthouse.
The Press Elite 11 RankingsA ranking of teams in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem and Ocean counties. Rankings selected by The Press’ high school sports staff based on staff observation, research and interviews with players and coaches. Last week’s baseba…
The Holy Spirit High School girls varsity eight won flight 3 of its division Sunday at a Manny Flick-Horvat Series regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.
MAYS LANDING — The Holy Spirit High School boys crew team raced against each other in the smaller sculling races at the Lake Lenape Sprints II regatta on Saturday.
Boys single: 1. Holy Spirit (Andrew Buchan) 5:48.67, 2. Holy Spirit (Brett McGettigan)5:54.73, 3. Holy Spirit (Will Hoffman) 6:11.00.
The Ocean City High School boys varsity eight and the Holy Spirit girls varsity eight were winners on Saturday in a regatta at St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Delaware.
MAYS LANDING — The weather was perfect as St. Augustine Prep hosted the 15th annual Lake Lenape Invitational on Saturday.
The St. Augustine Prep crew team will host the 15th annual Lake Lenape Invitational at 11 a.m. Saturday in Mays Landing. The event is a five-team boys regatta featuring Catholic Schools.
The St. Augustine Prep boys varsity eight won flight 1 of its division at the Manny Flick-Horvat Series regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia on Sunday.
MAYS LANDING — The Ocean City boys varsity eights and the Absegami girls varsity eights both made impressive debuts as the high school crew season began Saturday with the Lake Lenape Sprints I.
The crew season will begin for nearly all area teams at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Lake Lenape Sprints I in Mays Landing.
The Our Lady Of Mercy Academy girls crew team hopes to make an impact this season with a team consisting of just 15 members.
The Lake Lenape Sprints I on Saturday in Mays Landing will start the area’s high crew season, and nearly all the local teams will be there.
The Vineland High School crew programs are really important to principal Tom McCann.
Two rowers on the Absegami High School boys crew team showcased their rowing ability Sunday for the chance to join the United States men’s under-19 national team.
Absegami High School senior Emilie Karovic recently signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Connecticut on an NCAA Division I women’s rowing scholarship.
The Holy Spirit High School girls crew team has finished No. 1 in The Press Elite 11 for several years in a row, and that always shows itself on college signing day.
The Holy Spirit High School girls junior-eight crew won its race Sunday at the Kings Head Regatta in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. The Spartans lineup consisted of coxswain Megan Shober, stroke Kristen Curran, Kayla Driscoll, Gigi Miltenberger, Mollie Knoff, Riley Hackett, Julianna Lynch, Hayl…
Sofia Cooper of Ocean City High School and Claira Fucetola of Holy Spirit High School will compete with the top young rowers in the country this weekend in Florida.
VENTNOR — Bernadette Ritzel’s vision for the Ventnor City Sprints and Coastal Regatta was a bit hard to see Saturday, through the steady, wind-swept rain of a rare summer nor’easter.
The exciting boys varsity-eight rivalries continued this spring between high school crews from Atlantic and Cape May counties. The competition between three schools was close all the way.