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TCNJ Holds Off Rowan

GLASSBORO, NJ - A furious second-half rally by Rowan fell short as TCNJ held on for an 82-72 win in NJAC men’s basketball action at Esby Gym. Khalif Meares led Rowan (4-3; 0-2 NJAC) with a game-high 25 points. Meares added seven rebounds and six steals, and Mikey Robinson, Jr., had 10 points on 4-for-8 shooting in 12 minutes for the Profs. In the final two minutes, a three from Meares pulled Rowan within, 74-68, and after a TCNJ miss, Chris McCarron hit a three-pointer from the corner to cut the deficit to 74-71 at 1:23. But Rowan couldn’t convert... Read more →

Several Gloucester City Residents Attacked By A Bleeding Crazy Man

"The man was so strong he broke the handcuffs in half," ~said One Neighbor William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ -December 1, 2023--Around 9:30 PM Thursday this reporter was sitting in the back room of our house writing an article about an upcoming trial. The room was quiet, but I heard a muffled sound coming from the direction of nearby North Harley Avenue, which is the street behind us. My best friend, Peyton was lying on the floor in front of me snoring. Suddenly, she jumped up and ran towards our back patio door; undoubtedly, she heard... Read more →

CNB Spotlight on Lebanon Valleg College Student-Athletes

Lebanon Valley College Recognizes Fall Student-Athletes ANNVILLE, PA (11/30/2023)-- Lebanon Valley College recognized more than 200 student-athletes who competed for Flying Dutchmen athletic teams this fall. Local students include: Mikayla Mitchell of Pitman (08071), a graduate of Pitman High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in exercise science at The Valley. Mitchell was a member of the women's soccer team. The Lebanon Valley College women's soccer team concluded the 2023 season with a 5-8-2 overall record. A highlight of this fall for the Flying Dutchmen was their three-game winning streak in October, including a pair of Middle Atlantic Conference... Read more →

82 Muhlenberg Student Athletes Named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll

Local Student-Athletes Named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll ALLENTOWN, PA (11/30/2023)-- Eighty-two Muhlenberg College student-athletes were named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the fall 2023 season. Local students include: Erin DiSandro of Mount Laurel (08054) Devon Eastlack of West Deptford (08096) Erin Jackson of Marlton (08053) Evan Schlotterbeck of Cherry Hill (08003) Joseph Repetti of Woodbine (08270) To be named to the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average. In addition, 12 Mules were named to the Academic All-Centennial team... Read more →

Kutztown University Announces 2023-24 Track & Field Roster

KUTZTOWN, PA (11/29/2023)-- Kutztown University will have 72 student-athletes representing its track & field program for the 2023-24 season. Read the season preview online. The Golden Bears have two meets before the end of the fall semester, starting with the Bison Opener Saturday, Dec. 2 in Lewisburg, Pa. Jaidah Mitchell of Pemberton, NJ (08068) Jordon Floyd of Westampton, NJ (08060) Luke Maxwell of Estell Manor, NJ (08319) Kayden Platania of Buena, NJ (08310) About Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Founded in 1866, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania is a proud member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education located on 289... Read more →

Troiano, Caputo and Cleary Named to NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Team

(left to right ) Johnny Troiano, David Caputo, Ryan Cleary KANSAS CITY, MO – Johnny Troiano, Davide Caputo and Ryan Cleary have been named to the NCAA Division III All-Region IV Men's Soccer Team, as chosen by the United Soccer Coaches Association. Troiano was chosen to the First Team while Caputo earned Second Team honors and Cleary was selected to the Third Team. It marks the first All-Region honors for all three players Troiano was Rowan's leading scorer, and ranked second in the conference, with a career-best 15 goals and 33 assists. The sophomore was named to the All-NJAC First... Read more →

17-Year-Old NJ High School Football Player Stabbed To Death In Lower Manhattan (video)

provided by St. Joseph Regional High School A 17-year-old New Jersey resident, from Warren Township in Somerset, was stabbed to death in Lower Manhattan, New York City, early Thursday, November 23 according to reports by Rocco Rodden was enrolled at Montvale's St. Joseph Regional High School, where he played football. The incident occurred at an ax-throwing establishment in the Tribeca section of Manhattan. Police were called to 96 Lafayette St., the address of Live Axe, at 1:50 a.m. and discovered two stabbing victims. The second victim, a 19-year-old man who suffered stab wounds to the torso, was in stable... Read more →

Jason Paugh, of Red House, Receives Master Angler Award

FishMaryland Master Angler Award Presented to Jason Paugh of Garrett County Jason Paugh, of Red House, officially became the fourth Master Angler awarded under the Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ FishMaryland program this month. The highest award in the program recognizes the skill and determination required to catch ten trophy-size fish species in Maryland that all meet the minimum award sizes. Paugh reached this milestone award by catching a largemouth bass (21.25 inches), smallmouth bass (20 inches), crappie (16.75 inches), northern pike (47.25 inches), chain pickerel (25.25 inches), rock bass (10.75 inches), yellow perch (14.25 inches), carp (38 inches), bluegill... Read more →

Lions Win City Championship Again

The Annual City Championship Football Game between the G.C. Lions and crosstown rival Gloucester Catholic Rams was played under near perfect weather on Thanksgiving. The Lions 9-2 coming off a heartbreaking SJ Semi Finals defeat to Haddonfield hammered the archrival Rams 33-0 in a game that it appeared much worse then the score indicated. The GHS seniors walked off the home field knowing that their four Thanksgiving game battles against the Rams, they went 4-0 and holding the Rams scoreless with a four year scoring difference of 172 to 0 It was bittersweet win for the seniors, this group of... Read more →

Cumulus Media’s Westwood One Presents National Audio Coverage of Six NFL Games

Over the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend First Ever Black Friday Game Features Twin Brothers Jason and Devin McCourty in the Broadcast Booth with Ian Eagle NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CUMULUS MEDIA’s (NASDAQ: CMLS) Westwood One, the largest audio network in the U.S., will present exclusive national audio play-by-play coverage of six NFL games over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, including Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, Sunday night, and Monday night. THANKSGIVING DAY, Thursday, November 23, will feature a tripleheader beginning at 12 p.m. ET when the Green Bay Packers visit the Detroit Lions. Game two will feature the Washington... Read more →

18th Annual Maroon & Gold Basket Auction

We are so excited to announce the 18th Annual Maroon & Gold Basket Auction on April 18th, 2024. This fundraiser solely benefits the students of Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School. We need your help, and no gift/contribution is too small. We have set up and easy sign-up with a variety of options. Once you decide on your donation, you can mail it to the address below or send it in with your child c/o Heather Mondel, Basket Auction Donation. We will notify you once we have received it. Click Here to Register Your Donation! We thank you in advance... Read more →

Sports Fanatics' Guide to Winning: Unleashing the Power of Casino Bonus Codes

For sports enthusiasts who crave the thrill of competition and the adrenaline rush of victory, the world of online casinos provides an exciting avenue to extend the excitement beyond the playing field. One key strategy that savvy sports fanatics use to enhance their online gaming experience is leveraging casino bonus codes. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the ins and outs of casino bonus codes, how they work, and how sports fans can maximize their benefits to elevate their gaming endeavors. I. Understanding Casino Bonus Codes: Casino bonus codes are alphanumeric strings offered by online casinos to unlock specific... Read more →

The Jeff Cohen Scholars Program Established at Gloucester Catholic High School

Gloucester Catholic is pleased to announce the Jeff Cohen Scholars Program. If you are considering the startup of a GC Scholars Program to honor your family and help current students, contact Pat Murphy, Executive Director of Development, at [email protected]. Mary Klinewski Cohen '81 is truly grateful to give back to the current generation of Ram students. She is proud to help GCHS students benefit from a Catholic education as she did while a student here. Gloucester Catholic and Mary Cohen are proud to announce the establishment of the Jeff Cohen Scholars Program in honor of Mary's late husband, former Lady... Read more →

Kidney Donor Athletes to Run Philadelphia Marathon

PHILADEPHIA, PA (November 18, 2023)--Kidney donor athletes Matt Cavanaugh and Hilary Baude are gearing up for one of the last marathons of their 1K12M (One Kidney, 12 Marathons) challenge, the Philadelphia Marathon on November 19, 2023. 1K12M is a full-year challenge sponsored by the National Kidney Registry, in which Cavanaugh and Baude will participate in 12 marathons throughout 2023 across the United States. “Having just finished a tough stretch of four marathons in 29 days, Philly is exactly where I want to be on November 19,” said Cavanaugh. “It will be my 11th marathon of the year—all 10 so far... Read more →

Rowan Rolls Over Eastern 114-86

RADNOR, PA (November 16, 2023) - Khalif Meares, Marcellus Ross, and Ja’Zere Noel combined for 71 points as Rowan rolled over Eastern, 114-86, in non-conference basketball action Wednesday evening. The Profs improved to 3-0 on the year. Meares scored a game-high 25 points on 11-for-16 shooting while picking up three steals, with Ross scoring 24 points as he connected on four three-pointers. Noel scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for his second double-double of the year. The Profs took their first double-digit lead, 37-26, after Booty Butler scored on a fastbreak, which started on a steal by Meares. Rowan... Read more →

Rowan Men's and Women's Basketball Teams to Host Demetrius Poles Night

GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan men’s and women’s basketball teams will host “Demetrius Poles Night” in support of Bringing Hope Home at the doubleheader against Stockton on November 21st at Esby Gym. The Profs’ women’s team will play the first game at 5:30 p.m., followed by the men’s game. Prior to each game, Poles will be briefly recognized, with his family in attendance. Bringing Hope Home is a non-profit organization that provides financial and emotional assistance to local families who have a loved one fighting cancer. Donations will go to Bringing Hope Home’s Light of Hope Family Program, which helps... Read more →

Where to Find the Best NBA Picks Today

In the ever-expanding world of sports betting, finding reliable NBA Picks Today is essential for enthusiasts looking to enhance their chances of success. The NBA season, with its fast-paced and dynamic nature, presents a multitude of opportunities for both seasoned and novice bettors. To navigate the intricate landscape of basketball predictions, it's crucial to know where to find the best NBA picks today. Sports Betting Websites: The Hub of NBA Insights A plethora of sports betting websites has emerged as the go-to destination for NBA free picks. These platforms often feature dedicated sections or experts who provide daily, well-researched predictions... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Announces Establishment of the Carl Schoenborn Scholars Program!

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (NOVEMBER 13, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic is pleased to share the announcement of the Carl Schoenborn Scholars Programs. If you are considering the startup of a GC Scholars Program to honor your family and help current students, contact Pat Murphy, Executive Director of Development, at [email protected]. Carl Schoenborn '55 is truly grateful to give back to the current generation of Ram students. He is proud to help GCHS students benefit from a Catholic education as he did while a student here in the 1950s. Carl is one of the few GCHS alums to earn 14 total varsity letters. He... Read more →

GCN 1962 Archives: GCHS Football Team

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 12, 2023)(CNBNews)-Gloucester Catholic’s football team, year 1962. Photo source: Gloucester City News. First row: (unknown) (left to right) Dan O’Brien, Bill Murphy, Tony Bertolino, (unknown) Jay Wolf, John Cassidy, Bill Savidge, Bob Dacierno, Terry McCarty, Manager Donald Bicking. Second row: Coach George Murphy, Father Anderson, Tom Worrell, Charley Serpente, John Cafagna, Hugh Vogel, Bill Gross, Gary Garzynski, (unknown) (unknown) Ricky Hancock, Coach Bob McQuillan. Third row: C. Baetzel, Ed Pirrotta (unknown), Cliff Coolidge, Carl Latina, Lou Atkinson (unknown, Ed Poole, Frank Kelly, Lou Pirrotta, (unknown) (unknown) Coach Tom Goldschmidt. Fourth row: Bob Frizell, (unknown) Joe Thomas,... Read more →

Gloucester City Memories: GHS 1962 Football

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 13, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester High School football team reproduced from the Lions 1962 yearbook, published by CNBNews 2008. Not sure of all the names, we did the best we could. Feel free to make corrections or add the missing names marked unknown. BACK ROW-Bill Rettig, Dalbert, Sonny Raube, Weston, John Senatore, Richards, Jerry Ludwick, Gary Gross, Toby Frymire, Mester, Leon. MIDDLE ROW-(MR) Muccilli, Coach Manlove, Bob Bevan, Joe Moen, Bob Fritz, Bill Light, Bill Johnson, Wayne Dalfonso, Hillman, Rick Legge, Wayne Ives, Harry Aharon, Wayne Smith, Fritz, Coach Kunz, Martin, FRONT ROW--Coach Banas, Coach Shimkus, Ron Middleton, Bob... Read more →

Nominations Being Accepted for GCHS Hall of Fame

Gloucester Catholic High School is soliciting nominations for the 2024 Hall of Fame now through December 1. The inductees will be honored at the annual Hall of Fame event which will take place on April 23, 2024. Please submit nominations via the new Online Nomination Form. The link is below and can also be found on the school website ( Click Here to Nominate a Candidate Online! We are seeking alumni who are interested in and willing to serve on the Hall of Fame Committee. Please consider volunteering. Contact Bill Dougherty at 609-617-9959 or [email protected] Gloucester Catholic High School was... Read more →

Season Ends for Rowan's Field Hockey Team

BABSON PARK, MA – A pair of second-quarter goals just minutes apart lifted #10 Tufts to a 2-1 win over #16 Rowan in the second round of the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship hosted by Babson. With the loss, the Profs end their season with a 12-8 record after winning their third straight NJAC title and making their fifth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Championship. Julia Cavicchio gave the Profs the first lead on a penalty corner with 40 seconds to go in the first quarter, as she received the insert pass from Aurelia McManis at the top of... Read more →

Where is Gloucester High School?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CIY, NJ --(NOVEMBER 11, 2023)(CNBNews) today released a list of the New Jersey's top 50 high schools' sports programs as provided by There are several schools in our area, but one is obvious by its omission. That is our own Gloucester High School. CNBNews graphic file The schools listed below are those in our local area. The number before the school's name is the place among public schools only. The number after the school's name is the place among public and private schools. 50. Delsea /74 48. Washington Township /72 46. Eastern Regional /70... Read more →

Khalif Meares Scores 26 Points to Lead Rowan to Win over Rochester

ROCHESTER, NY (November 10, 2023)--– Khalif Meares had a game-high 26 points, including key free throws in the final seconds, to help the Rowan men's basketball team to a 94-90 win over Maryville (TN) in the opening round of Rochester's Chuck Resler Tournament. It also marked the first win for interim head coach Eric Brennan in his Rowan debut. The Profs will next play in the tournament's championship game against either Wooster or Rochester at 6 p.m. on Saturday. Ja'Zere Noel had 22 points and 10 rebounds for the Profs while Marcellus Ross had 17 and Jamar Spivey scored 15... Read more →

GCHS Student-Athletes Tate DeRias, Brady Belfus and Daviel Fernandez Sign Letters of Intent

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 9, 2023)--Gloucester Catholic High School congratulates Ram baseball standouts Tate DeRias (University of Miami), Brady Belfus (St. Thomas Aquinas College) and Daviel Fernandez (Barry University) on their collegiate commitments for next year. The trio confirmed their collegiate choices on Wednesday, November 8, Fall 2023 National Signing Day. Group photo (L to R) Fernandez, DeRias, and Belfus Gloucester Catholic congratulates Ram baseball standout Tate DeRias (above) who signed a letter of intent with the University of Miami to play baseball next year. Tate formally committed on Wednesday, November 8th, on Fall 2023 National Signing Day. Read more →

Rowan Men's Basketball Team Picked to Defend Conference Championship

PITMAN, NJ – The Rowan men’s basketball team has been picked to defend its conference championship as the Profs were voted in first place in the annual NJAC Preseason Coaches Poll. Rowan received eight first-place votes from the league’s coaches. The Profs have a new coach at the helm, interim head coach Eric Brennan, who takes the position after serving as an assistant coach for the past five years. Rowan returns three of its top four scorers, led by last year’s NJAC Co-Player of the Year Ja’Zere Noel. The 6-6 forward led the Profs with 19.9 points and 8.0 rebounds... Read more →

Coast Guard Academy Pays Tribute to the Heroic Legacy of Officer Douglas Munro

New London, Conn. - The U.S. Coast Guard Academy revealed the new Bears football uniform on Tuesday, a tribute to the heroic legacy of Petty Officer Douglas Munro, the U.S. Coast Guard's only Medal of Honor recipient. These new uniforms celebrate the bravery and selflessness displayed by Munro during the Battle of Guadalcanal, where he made the ultimate sacrifice. In the U.S. Coast Guard’s illustrious 227-year history, only one of its members has ever been recognized with the Medal of Honor. Signalman First Class Douglas Munro earned the decoration in September 1942 at Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. He was... Read more →

Lexy Endres of Medford Earns All-PSAC Award

For KU Women's Soccer KUTZTOWN, PA (11/07/2023)-- The Kutztown University women's soccer team racked up a plethora of conference awards Tuesday afternoon. Bridget Curtis (Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South) was named the PSAC East Defensive Athlete of the Year, Katelyn Economopoulos(Grantville, Pa./Lower Dauphin) the PSAC East Freshman of the Year, and Erik Burstein the PSAC East Coach of the Year. Along with that, Curtis, Economopoulos, Dana Wentz(Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley), Caroline McDonald(Exton, Pa./Downingtown East), Lexy Endres (Medford, N.J./Shawnee), and Cassandra Baker (Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin) were named to the All-PSAC East First Team. Lexy Endres of Medford, NJ (08055). All the awards and... Read more →

8 Best Features for Health and Fitness Apps

Over the past few years, there has been a marked increase in the popularity of health and fitness apps worldwide, signaling a paradigm shift in the way people view their health. As physical activity has become a central part of life for a huge number of people across the globe, the digital world has responded with innovative solutions tailored to individual needs. The advent of health apps has not only simplified the process of monitoring physical activity, but has also revolutionized the entire fitness industry. With the rapid advancement in technology, many IT companies have capitalized on this trend and... Read more →

Frank J. Weichmann, of Brooklawn, GHS Alum, Memorial AA Member, College Football Coach

Everyone needs someone to lean on. We need someone too. Just to help get us through. Life is ours and we live it our own way. But, there will come a day when youth will pass away. What will they say about me? Nothing is forever in this world, not even our problems. Believe me, every heart has its secret sorrows which the world knows not. Oftentimes, we call them cold when they are only sad. Because Frank could not stop for death, he suddenly stopped for him in the early morning on All Souls Day in Philadelphia. The carriage... Read more →

Montclair Rallied to Defeat Rowan 4-2

MONTCLAIR, NJ – Top-seeded and fifth-ranked Montclair State rallied in the second half to defeat second-seeded Rowan, 4-2, in the NJAC Championship game this evening, as the Profs were denied their chance to repeat as conference champions. Emiliano Pavia scored both goals for Rowan (9-4-5), one in each half. Trailing 1-0 at halftime, Montclair State (17-2-1) scored three consecutive goals in the second half to take a 3-1 lead. Pavia got one back for Rowan in the 75th minute, but Montclair State's Amer Lukovic scored his second to ice the win. Rowan jumped out in the first half. Turlough Gartlan... Read more →

Gloucester City News Archives: Dr. Chas. Brennan; Rams Baseball (May 1983)

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 4, 2023)(CNBNews)--We are currently republishing articles from the Gloucester City News, which were initially written when the Cleary family owned the newspaper. George F. Cleary Sr. worked as a reporter for the paper from 1948 to 1950, and soon after that, he and his wife, Mazie Cleary, acquired the paper. In 1968, William E. Cleary Sr. began his career as a reporter. Ten years later, in 1978, he was named editor of the Gloucester City News and the Camden County Record. In 1984, he and his wife, Connie J. (Sarlo) Cleary, became the proud owners of... Read more →

GLOUCESTER CITY News Vault May 26, 1983: Pony Tail League & Gloucester High Baseball

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 4, 2023)(CNBNews)--We are currently republishing articles from the Gloucester Gloucester City NEWS Archives City News, which were initially written when the Cleary family owned the newspaper. George F. Cleary Sr. worked as a reporter for the paper from 1948 to 1950, and soon after that, he and his wife, Mazie Cleary, acquired the paper. In 1968, William E. Cleary Sr. began his career as a reporter. Ten years later, in 1978, he was named editor of the Gloucester City News and the Camden County Record. In 1984, he and his wife, Connie J. (Sarlo) Cleary, became... Read more →

Down Syndrome Individual Runs First World Major at NY City Marathon

New York, NY, Nov. 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Daniel Chaplin, 33, of Homewood, AL will be running in the TCS New York City Marathon for the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) on November 5th. This will be Daniel’s second marathon and his first World Marathon Major. He will also be representing the United States in the Parade of the Nations at the opening ceremony of the TCS New York City Marathon on Friday, November 3 alongside his guide, NDSS Senior Advisor Michelle Ray of Wilmington, DE. “It really means a lot to me to run and march in the... Read more →

Three Rowan Teams Vying for Respective NJAC Titles

GLASSBORO, NJ (November 2, 2023)(CNBNews)--– Three Rowan teams will be vying for their respective NJAC Championships this weekend as the women’s soccer, field hockey, and men’s soccer teams all look to defend their conference crowns won a year ago. CNBNEWS SPORTS Two of the championship games will be played in Glassboro when the #15 women’s soccer team hosts #15 TCNJ on Friday at 5 p.m. and the #17 field hockey team hosts #22 TCNJ on Saturday at noon. The Profs’ men’s soccer team will be on the road, visiting #5 Montclair State on Saturday at 7 p.m. In 2022, Rowan... Read more →

Rowan’s Troiano and Caputo Named NJAC Men’s Soccer First Team

PITMAN, NJ – Rowan’s Johnny Troiano and Davide Caputo have been named to the 2023 NJAC Men’s Soccer All-Conference First Team and head the group of seven Profs to earn the honors, as chosen by the league’s coaches. Turlough Gartlan, Ryan Cleary, Mason Martelloni and Luke Yates have been named to the All-Conference Second Team with Ryan Gale receiving Honorable Mention. Troiano (Hazlet, NJ/St. John Vianney), a sophomore, is the team’s leading scorer with 35 points (15 goals and five assists) and has recorded five multiple-goal games this season, including a three-goal effort vs. CCNY. Troiano, who earns All-NJAC honors... Read more →

Wright's Block Pass Helps Lions With Round 1 Win

In one of the more exciting football games in recent years at GHS, the Lions defeated visiting Middle Twp in the first round of the NJSIAA South Jersey Group II Playoffs 35 - 34. Both teams traded TD's throughout the game, but with the Lions leading 35 - 34 after a Panther TD with under 3 minutes remaining, the Panthers coach Frank Riggitano decided to go for the win with a successful 2 point conversation, instead of settling for a tie with the hopes of overtime. Pictured Below #50 Kaleb Wright As the winning PAT attempt was unfolding, Panthers Qb... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Rams Football Fundraising Campaign

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 26, 2023)(CNBNews)--Hope is everyone is doing well and Gloucester Catholic Football is having a fundraiser and we are asking for donations from our alumni which will help with upgrades to weight room, equipment, and practice equipment (bags etc). Link to Fundraising - Thank you, and as always, Roll Rams!!! Contacts: Brian Startare Head of Advertising 609- 828-0491 Casey Murphy Head Football Coach 856-264-2910 Please let us know if you have any questions at rampathletic[email protected] Thank you and ROLL RAMS! Committee of the RAMP fund Read more →

CNB Fishing Maryland: Good Fishing for Striped and Smallmouth Bass, Blue Catfish, White Perch

Maryland Fishing Report – October 25 October 25, 2023 Eric Packard enjoyed a day fishing for snakeheads in his kayak. Photo courtesy of Eric Packard Recent chilly temperatures are causing anglers to replace their sneakers and T-shirts with rubber footwear and flannel shirts. Cooler water temperatures have fish in a very active feeding mode, which makes for great fishing. Forecast Summary: October 25 – October 31: The upcoming week should provide cooling temperatures as the week progresses with low winds. Bay surface water temperatures continue their decline down to the low 60s. Salinity is average and there are suitable oxygen... Read more →

American Contingent Ready for PDC World Championship Darts Debut

source Wikipedia It’s nearly 30 years since Larry ‘The Eagle’ Butler made history by becoming the first American to win a PDC darts major. Three decades have passed since Butler prevailed in the World Matchplay, and there’s yet to be any more major glory for players from the United States to celebrate. There’s a good reason for that – chances for Americans to take on the best that the PDC has to offer are generally slim on the ground, but the Grand Slam of Darts and the World Championship are both available to tungsten titans from the U.S and in... Read more →

Gloucester High Homecoming Game

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ -(CNBNews)-During halftime of the Lions - Collingswood Football game the 2023 Homecoming ceremony was held. The King and Queen were announced and Outstanding Running Back Jake Zearfoss added to to memorable night being crown Homecoming King along with Homecoming King Zake Zearfoss (photo below). Homecoming King Zake Zearfoss Homecoming Queen Brianna Wimer Photos Courtesy Rachel Marie, Kaylee Lovern Read more →

Lions improve to 7-1; Host Playoff Game this Friday

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ ((October 21, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester High School Lions won their 7th straight game on Friday night, October 20. Their only loss was to Schalick on the opening day of the season. Pictured Lions Jake Zearfoss Friday evening was the GHS Homecoming Game where the Lions hosted Collingswood High School. The Lions beat Collingswood 35 - 0 behind Lions RB Jake Zearfoss who rushed for 85 yards and a 5 yard TD run. The Lions RB Mason Widman provided another rushing TD to his resume of 20 touchdowns in 2023 Pictured Td Run Mason Widman Interception touchdown returns by Trevin... Read more →

Rowan Unable to Overcome Early Mistakes, Salisbury Wins 35-20

GLASSBORO, NJ (OCTOBER 21, 2023)(CNBNews)-– Rowan fell behind early and, despite a second-half push, couldn’t overcome Salisbury, dropping a 35-20 decision in NJAC football action today at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium. Salisbury (4-3; 3-1 NJAC) scored 28 consecutive points before Rowan (2-5; 1-2) got on the board with 4:08 remaining in the third quarter. The Profs put together a 10-play, 75-yard drive, as Nate Maiers connected with a wide open Corey Gordon in the end zone for a 21-yard reception. The Profs scored again, starting their next drive with a touchback after Salisbury fumbled through the end zone at the... Read more →

The Best Players In The Lost Angeles Clippers HistoTitle: The Pinnacle Performers: Unveiling the Elite in the Legacy of Los Angeles Clippers

In the landscape of California basketball, the Lakers have long held sway as the undisputed monarchs of the court. Yet, recent seasons have seen the Los Angeles Clippers assert themselves as formidable contenders in the hearts of basketball aficionados across the United States. While sports betting odds may not always favor their championship aspirations, the Clippers have earned their due respect. For aficionados of sports and scholars of the game alike, sites such as offer a comprehensive repository of updates concerning the intricate legal facets of sports betting in the Golden State. However, let us pivot back to our... Read more →

Veronica Ann Arrera, 80, of West Deptford, formerly of Gloucester City

On October 17, 2023. Age 80. (nee Miller) Of West Deptford. Formerly of Gloucester City and Mantua. Loving wife of 57 years to the late Thomas R. Arrera. Loving mother of Thomas R. Arrera, Jr. (Debra), Mark Arrera (Diane), Kelli Weinhardt, Michele Fowler (Ed), Denise Scinlari (Nick) and Pauleen Arrera. Cherished Grammy of Robert, Daniel, Cate, Regina, George, Dallas, Cheyenne, Ashley, Sophia, Nicole, Zack and Beltain and loving GiGi of Bella, Olivia, Luke, Nora, Thomas, Jaxon and Charles. Predeceased by her siblings, Hank Miller, Joseph Miller and Rose Collins. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Roni was a... Read more →

Sunday, “Run the Vineyards” 5K Foot Race in Lower Township, Road Detours

LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ--(October 14, 2023)(CNBNews)----The Lower Township Police Department wishes to inform motorists and residents of a temporary road closure on Sunday, October 15, 2023, starting at 8:00 a.m. and lasting until approximately 12:00 p.m., to facilitate the “Run the Vineyards” 5K foot race. The roads that are scheduled to be closed include: Town Bank Road, between Seashore Road and Shunpike Road Shunpike Road, between Town Bank Road and Tabernacle Road Motorists wishing to cross Shunpike Road at Crawford Road, Fishing Creek Road or Tabernacle Road, will experience delays and are encouraged to avoid this area if possible. Read more →

Joe Willis, Cherished Family Man, Devoted Craftsman, of Mullica Hill/Gloucester City

Joseph R. Willis of Mullica Hill, NJ, peacefully departed on Saturday, October 7, 2023, at the age of 72. A devoted family man, he leaves behind his beloved wife, Louise (nee Farlow), and their children, Jill Cummings (Keith), Gina Magnotta (Denis), Samantha Willis (Joe Bement), and son, Joseph R. Willis ll. He was a doting grandfather to Joseph R. Willis of Mullica Hill and Gloucester City Annabella and Harrison. Born to the late John and Ann Willis in Camden, NJ, and son-in-law to Peter Mecchella and the late Alma Mecchella, Joe was deeply rooted in familial bonds. His journey brought... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic High School Hall of Fame Accepting 2024 Nominations!

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 12, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic High School is soliciting nominations for the 2024 Hall of Fame now through December 1. The inductees will be honored at the annual Hall of Fame event which will take place on April 23, 2024. Please submit nominations via the new Online Nomination Form. The link is below and can also be found on the school website ( Click Here or on Logo above to Nominate a Candidate Online! We are seeking alumni who are interested in and willing to serve on the Hall of Fame Committee. Please consider volunteering. Contact Bill Dougherty... Read more →


CELEBRATING 30 YEARS: CHALLENGED ATHLETES FOUNDATION HOSTS ULTIMATE INCLUSIVE SPORTS EXPERIENCE FOR ATHLETES WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES Thousands to attend the CAF Community Challenge fueled by Toyota, for the 30th Annual San Diego Triathlon Challenge presented by Dan + Geof and a spectacular weekend of inclusive sports where athletes of all ages and abilities participate together CNBNews graphic file SAN DIEGO, CA, Oct. 11, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), the global leader in adaptive sports, is gearing up for an unforgettable celebration of its 30th anniversary through the CAF Community Challenge fueled by Toyota. The flagship fundraising event,... Read more →

Ray Ford-Leon Harris Old Timers Sunday

Pictured are some of the people who attended the meeting held in October 2007. Unlike previous years, this gathering is now open to both males and females. (photo credit CNBNews) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (SEPT. 27, 2023)(CNBNews)--Please join us for the Annual Ray Ford-Leon Harris gathering at Elizabeth's Ballroom, which is located at 419 Highland Blvd, on SUNDAY, October 15th, from 2 PM to 5 PM. Former athletes and fans from Gloucester High School and Gloucester Catholic High Schools, regardless of gender, are sincerely welcome. There is a nominal fee of $10, which covers the cost of food and beverages. This... Read more →