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.
The Holy Spirit High School girls varsity-eight boat again set the standard for South Jersey girls crews this spring in the sport’s toughest division.
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The Ocean City High School girls freshman-eight crew earned the area’s only medal with a third-place finish Saturday on the second day of the Scholastic Rowing Association of America Regatta on the Cooper River in Camden County.
The Holy Spirit High School girls varsity eight was one of 14 area crews to advance through Friday’s racing at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America Regatta on the Cooper River in Camden County.
The Holy Spirit High School girls second eight and the Ocean City girls freshman eight topped every boat except one in their division at the 91st annual Stotesbury Cup Regatta on Saturday in Philadelphia.
Qualifying for a final at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta in Philadelphia is a challenge, but four area high school crews did that Friday on the opening day of the 91st annual event.
The Egg Harbor Township High School girls junior four is one of several leading area crews hoping to make a good showing at this weekend’s 91st annual Stotesbury Cup Regatta in Philadelphia.
MAYS LANDING — The Holy Spirit girls varsity eight won by open water while the Ocean City boys varsity eight took first place by inches Sunday at the Atlantic County High School Rowing Championships on Lake Lenape.
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MAYS LANDING — For some mothers, sacrificing personal time for their children doesn’t let up even on Mother’s Day.
The competition could be close in several races Sunday at the Atlantic County High School rowing Championships on Lake Lenape in Mays Landing.
Most people consider the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia the home of rowing.
Former Holy Spirit High School rowers Amanda Reale and Kylie Magee are part of a Drexel University women’s varsity eight that is looking to make program history this weekend.