Press of Atlantic City: Lower Cape May Regional

Lower Cape May Regional

Cedar Creek beats Lower Cape May to set up all-Cape-Atlantic League South Jersey final

EGG HARBOR CITY - Cedar Creek High School girls basketball coach Francine Raph needed to make a switch at halftime.

Cubs' Szczur trying to add power, improve on defense

TEMPE, Ariz. - The two diving catches outfielder Matt Szczur made this week were a testament to his relentless effort to become a better defender after spending most of his athletic days as a wide receiver/center fielder at Villanova and a high school catcher and shortstop at Lower Cape May Regional High School.

Wrestling: Friendly rivals Ed Shockley, Cory Damiana may meet in Region 8 final

Cory Damiana and Ed Shockley each have come a long way since their days in the Lower Township youth wrestling program.

High school basketball roundup: Pinelands boys pick up overtime victory

Pinelands Regional High School's David Lunn led the Wildcats boys basketball team to a 65-60 overtime win over host Brick Township on Monday. Lunn, a sophomore, hit a 12-footer with one second left to send the game into overtime, and he scored six of his team's 13 points in the extra session.

Lower Cape May Regional's Madie Gibson to play soccer for Monmouth

Madie Gibson has made a big decision in her junior year of high school.

Lower Cape May Regional's Cory Damiana wins 100th match

EGG HARBOR CITY - Even Cedar Creek High School coach John Cheatham felt bad.

Absegami girls defeat Lower Cape May with balanced offense

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Absegami High School's girls basketball team got its season off to an encouraging start Friday night.

Division I recruit Holden leads Lower Cape May girls

Lauren Holden entered the high school basketball team as a highly touted Lower Cape May Regional High School freshman.

Last season's finish promising for future of Lower Cape May boys

A rough 2012-13 season left the Lower Cape May Regional High School boys basketball team with nowhere to go but up.

Girls Soccer Player of the Year: Lower Cape May's McKeown focuses on team, lifts program

Gabriella McKeown recently finished her record-breaking high school soccer career.

Proposal to expand New Jersey high school football playoffs faces vote Monday

Proponents of a state championship for New Jersey public high school football teams picture enthusiastic fans dressed in their school colors sitting in MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.

Caper Tigers' memorable girls soccer season ends with loss to Haddonfield

HADDONFIELD - The Lower Cape May Regional High School girls soccer team knew that playing Haddonfield would be its toughest challenge yet of a memorable season.

Qualifying ends for high school football playoffs

Defending South Jersey Group V champion Williamstown's game at Millville and Shawnee's at Hammonton highlight the first weekend of the high school football playoffs.

Football roundup: No. 1 Holy Spirit clinches CAL American title with win over Oakcrest

The Holy Spirit High School football team, which is ranked No. 1 in The Press Elite 11, clinched the Cape-Atlantic League American Conference with a 56-19 win over Oakcrest on Friday night.

The lineup: A preview of this weekend's high school football games

Seven Cape-Atlantic League and two southern Ocean County high school football teams already have clinched playoff spots.

Lower Cape May not happy with decision to forfeit football season

The Lower Cape May Regional High School football team will play a junior varsity schedule the rest of the season after the Cape-Atlantic League forced them to forfeit their varsity games on Thursday.

Cape-Atlantic League forces Lower Cape football to forfeit rest of games

The Lower Cape May Regional High School football team wanted to forfeit just today’s game against Holy Spirit for safety reasons.

Lower Cape May Regional football team forfeits Friday's game vs. Holy Spirit

Coach Bill Miller of the Lower Cape May Regional High School football team watched video Sunday of Holy Spirit’s 16-7 win over Millville last Friday.

Vineland football cruises past Lower Cape May Regional

Vineland running back Ben Anderson ran four times for 174 yards and three touchdowns.

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