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GHS Lions 5 - 0 GCHS Rams 0 - 8 Records

Pictures Lions Steven Burkhardt against Palmyra The local Lions are currently 5 - 0 after defeating the opposition by a combined total score 225 to 47. The Lions are led my Senior running back Steven Burkhardt. Burkhardt is one of the League leaders who entered Fridays game against Pitman with 798 yards rushing and 15 TD's. Currently Burkhardt is #1 in West Jersey Football League with a total points with 107 and 17 touchdowns Across town the Rams are 0 - 8 being outscored 281 to 42 along with being shutout in 5 games. The Rams offense has generated 6 total offensive touchdowns. Read more →


Total Guide to Online World Cup Betting by a BetZillion Expert Tim Harrison

Qatar will host 32 Nations (including Qatar) as they battle for who will be crowned the Soccer world champion for the next four years. While the players can focus on the matches, the betting aspect is another area you cannot push aside, as sportsbooks and bettors are excitedly anticipating this event. However, participating in the biggest soccer competition as a bettor requires you to have a betting account that enables you to wager. While numerous soccer World Cup bookmakers will offer betting markets on this event, it is essential to look for and stick to a betting platform that suits your needs. Gloucestercitynews interviewed Tim Harrison, a betting expert at BetZillion, where they discussed a guide to Online World Cup betting. How Does the World Cup Work? The tournament usually comprises 32 teams divided into eight groups, i.e. four teams per group. Each team competes with the other teams in... Read more →


American Legion Champs Attend MLB World Series

By Henry Howard HUSTON, Texas--While they may not have been together since celebrating their American Legion World Series (ALWS) championship in August, Troy (Ala.) Post 70 members picked up right there they left off. “They have a brotherhood, a camaraderie,” said first-year coach Ross Hixon, whose team finished the season with a 32-6 record. “They are a really fun group to be around.” The reigning ALWS champions were honored Saturday night during Game 2 of the Major League World Series at Minute Maid Park in Houston. The Astros won 5-2 to even the series. After the first inning, the public address announcer welcomed the team as players and coaches were shown on the Jumbotron. On the field, there was a strong contingent of American Legion Baseball alumni. Among them: Houston’s Alex Bregman, who homered in the game; manager Dusty Baker and Game 1 starter Justin Verlander. Bryce Harper, J.T. Realmuto,... Read more →


Free Tickets for GSE Fall Finals at Rider University

image courtesy of GSEsports.org Rider University is hosting the Garden State Esports State Championship on Saturday, December 17. The University released the following statement about the games. We are one step closer to crowning our 5 Garden State Esports state champions at Rider University on December 17. Come see schools from around the state compete to be state champions in League of Legends, Rocket League, and Smash Bros! Get Your Free Tickets for the GSE Fall Finals at Rider University Here! Watching the action isn't all there is to do at the Fall Finals! There's something to do for everyone. Compete against friends and family in our walkup Smash Tournament or virtual dodge ball area and feel what it's like to be part of the esports action! Meet college program directors from NJ and beyond to learn how you can follow your passion for gaming into college. Meet professionals from... Read more →


Women's Basketball: Rowan Ran Past Salisbury

GLASSBORO, NJ(November 26, 2022)-- -- Rowan ran past Salisbury, 71-54, Saturday afternoon in the home opener for the Profs. Grace Marshall netted 13 points with Nicole Mallard and Savanna Holt each kicking 11 as the Profs put together its third win in a row. Marshall and Holt combined to hit five of the team's seven three-pointers on the day. For Salisbury, Ashlynn Burrows and Emma Wivell scored 12 points apiece respectively. Holt's triple gave the home team a 10-point lead in the latter stages of the first quarter before the Sea Gulls cut it to 22-17. Now tied at 22-22 early in the second, the Profs closed the stanza on a 14-2 run to lead 36-24 at the half. The lead remained in double figures in the third, but Rowan kept the foot on the pedal. Another scoring run leading into the fourth quarter (14-0) was capped by a bucket... Read more →


2022 City Champions Lions

Thanksgiving Day brought beautiful weather, large crowds and the local Lions (9-3) a City Championship. The Lions pounded the Rams (5-5) in a game that saw more penalty flags on the field then players, 35-0. Early in the first quarter Lions #8 John Daily returned a Rams interception 47 yards for a quick touchdown. Then with time running out in the first half, Lions #2 receiver Leo Curran went 20 yards for a are fought TD. The Lions left the field at halftime leading 21 - 0. Then forced a running clock when they punched 14 more points in the 3rd quarter taking 35 point lead. (A running clock is when team takes a 35 point lead during the second half. Pictured #50 Kaleb Wright #3 Mason Widman Pictured John Daily Pictured Leo Curran Pictured Mason Jankowski Read more →


AccuWeather: Where Will The Best Skiing Be This Season?

AccuWeather meteorologists issued their annual ski season forecast, highlighting that this winter could be “very interesting” for skiers in one of the country's most populated regions. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 21, 2022 – The wait is finally over for skiers and snowboarders across the United States as snow has returned and a new ski season is underway, although AccuWeather forecasters warn that some popular mountains could be hurting for snow in the coming months. Ski resorts across the country are starting to open for the season, thanks in part to La Niña. La Niña influences the storm track across the United States, and during the colder months, it can dictate where snow falls and how frequently powder blankets the ski slopes. A person skiing down a snowy mountainside. (Getty Images/Daniel Milchev) "The areas that [have been] getting hit hard over the past couple of weeks have been the... Read more →


FIFA World Cup 2022: The Interesting Facts & Predictions You Might Want to Know

image courtesy of www.fifa.com/ The Qatar World Cup 2022 is fast approaching. The world’s biggest footballing event will be hosted by the tiny nation for the first time. After a lengthy bidding process, it was confirmed that the 2022 FIFA World Cup would be staged in Qatar. With just a few days to go until kickoff, here are some interesting facts and predictions you might want to know about the tournament. World Cup 2022: The Interesting Facts You Should Know The first FIFA World Cup was played in 1930 in Uruguay. The Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the first to be hosted in a winter season in the Northern Hemisphere. In addition to becoming the first Middle Eastern country to host the FIFA World Cup, Qatar will also stage the renowned event for the second time in Asia in 2022. It first occurred when Japan and South Korea... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story:

Women Raising South Jersey Sports Image

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Sunday's Courier Post (November 13, 2022) profiled 50 South Jersey women who have raised the profile of women in sports in this year, the 50th anniversary of the implementation of Title IX which evened the playing field for all sports and genders. Three of those women are from Gloucester City. They are Lisa Angelotti Gedaka of Gloucester Catholic, class of '84; Megan Light Mason of Gloucester High School, class of 1998; and Bernadette McGlade, Gloucester Catholic, class of 1976. Here are their profiles. Lisa Angelotti Gedaka pictured with Monsignor Edward Luccitt scored over 2,000 points in her playing career. Lisa Angelotti Gedaka - "The Carino-South Jersey Player of the Year in 1984. ...Earned Big East Player of the Year honor in 1988 while playing for Villlanova University, which has retired her jersey (No. 25.) ...Inducted in the Big 5 Hall of Fame in 1995. ...A full-time... Read more →


GCN Archives (1948-2005): Lions Win Over Clayton And Lose To Salem

First appeared in the Gloucester City News (newspaper) on January 30, 1986 Gloucester High School's basketball team, having divided a pair of games last week, finds itself in a position of having to win two of its next three games to qualify for state tournament play. The Lions took a 6-7 record to Carneys Point this past Tuesday to face an improving St. James' team. A win would've given them a 7-7 record, with games against Glassboro and Schalick remaining before next Tuesday's cutoff date for the tournament. Glassboro visits the Lions tomorrow night (Friday), and Schalick travels to Gloucester for an important game next Tuesday. If the Lions weren't victorious against St. James, its tournament hopes would appear bleak heading into the Glassboro games. "I think we can beat Glassboro," said Burke, "but it would take a maximum effort on our part. We would have to play better than... Read more →


NCAA Field Hockey: Castagnola, Hainsworth Lead #3 Rowan Field Hockey into NCAA 3rd Round,

GLASSBORO, NJ –Kristiina Castagnola had two goals and an assist, and Abby Hainsworth made nine saves and to lead #3 Rowan to a 4-0 win over #16 Christopher Newport in the Second Round of the NCAA Championship today at Coach Wackar Stadium. The win sends the Profs (20-1) into the Third Round on Sunday at 1 p.m. against #5 Messiah, which defeated #6 Tufts, 2-1. It marked the sixth multiple-goal game of the season for Castagnola, and the 19th in the career of Rowan's all-time scoring leader. Hainsworth picked up her fifth shutout of the season after facing 11 shots and nine penalty corners. Castagnola got the Profs on the board at 8:58, when Julia Cavicchio sent her a short pass after a penalty corner and Castagnola blasted a backhander from the center of the circle. The Profs couldn't get another shot past CNU goalkeeper Lily Kerr until the second... Read more →


NCAA Men's Soccer: Second-Half Goals Lift Rowan to Victory; Profs Face Stevens Sunday

HOBOKEN, NJ – Johnny Troiano and Chad Yates scored second-half goals to lift Rowan to a 3-2 win over #20 Middlebury in the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship first round hosted by Stevens. The Profs (12-5-5) will meet fourth-ranked Stevens (16-0-3) on Sunday at 3 p.m. in a second-round contest. With the game tied, 2-2, Yates connected on a 30-yard free kick for his seventh gamewinner of the season at 68:13, which was his team-best 13th goal of the year. That goal came just six minutes after Troiano tied it, 2-2, when Davide Caputo crossed the ball and Turlough Gartlan knocked a chest pass to the freshman, who scored on a high shot at 62:46. Rowan scored first when Gil Ferreira followed in his own rebound just 10 minutes into the match. Middlebury tied it up just two minutes later when the Panthers were awarded a penalty kick after a Rowan... Read more →


Bonuses You Can Find at an Online Casino: A Guide on How to Choose the Best Ones

https://images.pexels.com/ Choosing the most reliable online casino can take some time. You need to consider the games on offer as well as the bonuses and promotions you can find at the online casino you've chosen. And if you're new to the world of online gambling or you've never sought out bonuses before, it can be even more difficult to determine where to start. But don't worry - we're here to help. In this guide, we'll check out some of the best bonus options you can find at the majority of online casinos, such as the ones offered at https://5gringos.com/hu/. And we'll also provide you with some useful tips on how to choose the right bonus that will fit your needs. So, without further ado, let's get started! What are the different types of bonuses available at an online casino? The most common types of bonuses you can find at an... Read more →


Rowan Field Hockey to Host Div. Playoffs

GLASSBORO, NJ -- The NJAC Champion Rowan field hockey team will host the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championships Second and Third Rounds on November 12 and 13 at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium. The third-ranked Profs (19-1) received a bye and will play the winner of the first-round matchup between Cabrini and Christopher Newport on Saturday, November 12 at 11 a.m. BRACKET Messiah has also earned a bye and will play the winner of the Castleton vs. Tufts first-round game on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Glassboro. The second-round winners will face off on Sunday, November 13. It will be Rowan's 22nd appearance to the NCAA Championships as it earned the NJAC's automatic bid with its second consecutive conference title. Rowan has made four all-time appearances in the NCAA Semifinals, with 2021 being the most recent, while the Profs captured the only national title in program history in 2002. The... Read more →


Lions Defeat Bulldogs on Blocked Field Goal

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--Trailing 13 - 7 early in the 4th quarter of the Central Jersey Group 2 Semi-Finals, the Lions blocked a 36-yard Field Goal attempt. Haddonfield (6-3) looking to take a 16 - 6 lead, had a field goal attempt blocked and returned by Lions Jaden Garris 65 yards giving the Lions (8-2) a 14 - 13 lead after the extra point by Chris Ruggeri and the eventual victory. The #3 Lions will host #4 seed Willingboro next Friday at home. Read more →


The World's Dashing Graphics Kit for Snowmobile

Owning a snowmobile means having access to a world of exciting winter adventures. A snowmobile tackles snowy terrain for the experience of a lifetime. From small hills to large mountains, the possibilities to explore are endless. Find out how to make your snowmobile stand out from the crowd with the world's most dashing graphics kits. image courtesy of unsplash.com What is a Graphics Kit? A graphics kit includes decals and wraps to transform the appearance of your snowmobile in minutes. With countless colors and designs to consider, your snowmobile can look truly unique. Plus, customization means you can design what you want for your snowmobile. If you want a snowmobile graphics kit, start experimenting with colors and designs to determine the best look for your mobile. Fun for All Ages Snowmobiling is a fun activity that attracts people of all ages and backgrounds. The only requirement is the desire for... Read more →


Ray Ford/Leon Harris Old Timers Party

CNBNews photo credit From the 2007 Ray Ford's Old Timers event sitting Joe DiGiacomo, standing (L. to R.) Ed Cowgill, Butch Shaffer, Jack Heiser, Jim Blymer, Rocky Giavino (unknown)Chalie Pitzo, Bob Bevan, unknown, Bob Weichman, Jim Talley, (unknown). Limber Up and Get Ready for the... via GIPHY Ray Ford/Leon Harris OLD TIMER'S EVENT Sunday, November 6th, from 2 PM to 5 PM Cost just $10.00 The Elizabeth Ballroom Highland Blvd. and Sylvan Avenue Gloucester City, NJ This is open to all former GHS and GCHS athletes and sports fans 35 yrs. old and up. Questions call Bob Bevan @ 609-417-3786 or Bart Rettew @ 856-430-1976 Photos and a video from past Ray Ford/Leon Harris gatherings below photo credit CNBNewsnet via GIPHY Does anyone recognize this guy, a great dancer...someone said it was Marty Sherry? But he doesn't have a beard...or does he? Rocky Giavino and Marty Sherry. Bob Weichman and... Read more →


Free Rides Offered by SEPTA for Phillies World Series

Miller Lite & Penn Medicine Sponsoring Free Rides Home on Broad Street Line 10/31 & 11/1 PHILADELPHIA (October 28, 2022) – SEPTA is rallying behind the Fightin’ Phils and getting ready for the big crowds expected to cheer on the team in its first World Series since 2009. The Authority is helping fans get to and from the games at Citizens Bank Park by offering extra service and free rides home on the Broad Street Line. For Games 3 and 4, Miller Lite and Penn Medicine are sponsoring free rides home from NRG Station. The Broad Street Line provides convenient service to the South Philadelphia Sports Complex via NRG Station. There is a free transfer to the Broad Street Line from the Market-Frankford Line and City Trolley routes at 15th Street/City Hall, and it is a short walk from Regional Rail stations in Center City. It also connects to bus... Read more →


Lions Surprise Eagles with 14-0 Win; Zearfoss Carries 36 Times for 180 Yards

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 29, 2022) (CNBNewsnet)-- Gloucester High School played West Deptford Friday night at home under the lights. The underdog Lions showed West Deptford that when you come into their "House" you will be in for the fight of your life. “We were picked to lose by almost everybody in the state of New Jersey,” Lions junior running back Jake Zearfoss said. “We kind of just let them know who we are. That was great.” Zearfoss carried 36 times for 180 yards and a touchdown Friday night as Gloucester defeated West Deptford, 14-0, in their Central Jersey Group 2 playoff game, according to the Courier Post. They gained 337 yards of offense and 18 first downs. The Lions opened the game with an eight-play, 80-yard march to Zearfoss's score, on a 5-yard run. He got loose for 45 on the game's third play to set up that score.... Read more →


Rowan Volleyball Cements Top Playoff Seed

GLASSBORO, NJ -- Rowan cemented the top playoff seed in the NJAC Tournament for the second-consecutive season as the Profs took down visiting Kean, 3-1, on Tuesday on Senior Night here at Esbjornson Gymnasium. Brianna Newson and Natalie Ogden combined to notch 27 of the team's 44 kills on the evening. Newson's 14 kills were a match high while Ogden added 13 kills and kicked in 12 digs for her 12th double-double on the season. With the win, Rowan will earn a first-round bye and now will host an NJAC Tournament Semifinal match here on Thursday, November 3rd, against the winner of #4 Montclair State or #5 Rutgers-Camden. The Cougars got 13 kills from Taylor Micheaux and 10 from Anne Beckemeyer, respectively with setter Gwen Hangey posting a double-double of her own (36 assists/10 digs). After Kean took the first set, 25-21, Rowan started to find its groove late in... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story: Another Question for the Gloucester City Council Candidates

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (In the spring a long-time public works employee was accused of stealing city property and using a city account for personal purchases. Old-time Gloucesterites know the details, no reason to go into them here. Each time the part-time Chief of Police is asked about the status of the alleged incident the answer is the same "under investigation." It didn't take this long for the Warren Commission to investigate the Kennedy assassination (hyperbole, but making a point.) I would like to know from each candidate if, by January 1, 2023 when the new city government is formed, this accusation has not been settled and the taxpayers given the facts of the settlement, would he support turning this case over to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office or to the State Police? The answer, if no, is not going to make the candidate popular with the... Read more →


Kutztown Rushed for 289 yards and KU's defense allowed just 13 yards running in Win over Lock Haven

KUTZTOWN, Pa. – Kutztown football rushed for a season-best 289 yards and KU's defense allowed just 13 yards on the ground, giving Kutztown a 35-7 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division win over Lock Haven Saturday afternoon in front of a large crowd for homecoming at Andre Reed Stadium. A crowd of 4,400 fans watched as the Golden Bears (6-2 overall, 4-1 PSAC) won for the fourth time in-a-row and have not lost in the month of October. The 289 rushing yards on offense is the most since the PSAC Championship win over Slippery Rock last year on Nov. 13. The Maroon and Gold defense has given up less than 20 yards rushing for the third time this season and second game in-a-row, holding Shippensburg to just 18 yards last weekend. The Bald Eagles (1-7, 0-5) had 24 rushing attempts and averaged just 0.5 yards per carry against a stingy... Read more →


Rowan Football Wins Third Straight; Profs Clipped Kean 17-10

GLASSBORO, NJ -- Rowan won its third-straight game as the defense held Kean on a fourth and goal from the eight-yard line with just under a minute as the Profs clipped Kean, 17-10, for a Homecoming victory Saturday afternoon at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium. John Maldonado and James Fara each scored on the ground in the first half while defense allowed a season-low 41 rushing yards to help power the Profs to its third NJAC win on the year. Kean hit a 42-yard field goal at the 5:27 mark of the fourth to make it a one-score game and got the ball back on their own 38 later in the stanza. The Cougars drove down inside the Rowan 10 late in the contest. Nick Cerulli came up with the stop on fourth down of Kean quarterback Robbie Nungesser at the six-yard line to cement the score. Maldonado scored on Rowan's... Read more →


Important Things to Look For in an Online Casino

Introduction Casinos are one of the most popular types of gambling establishments. They are a place where people can try their luck at games like slot machines, poker, blackjack, roulette and many others. Casinos offer players bonuses which give them an opportunity to play with more money than they would usually have. Casinos are a great place to relax and have fun in online casino Malaysia. They offer a number of facilities like restaurants, hotels, shops, bars and entertainment. But there is also the casino itself which usually has a number of games such as blackjack or roulette. The most common type of casino bonus is the free credit bonus. It is a way for casinos to attract new players and get them hooked on gambling. These bonuses come in different forms such as no deposit bonuses or match bonuses. Factors You Should Consider Before Gambling Online If you're looking... Read more →


Is A New Skatepark Coming To Wyndmoor?

Two Local Real Estate Agents Spearheading New Wyndmoor Skatepark while Donating Commissions of One Home Sale to Help Fund Project In late 2021, local real estate agent Carmel Archdekin was at her local library with her son when he asked: “Why isn’t there a skatepark in our neighborhood?” The question resonated with Carmel, who decided to do something for her community of Wyndmoor in Springfield Township Montgomery County. Now, Archdekin and fellow real estate agent Michael Gabriel are spearheading the efforts to bring an all-inclusive skatepark to the community, and the two are even going as far as donating their own money to help fund the project by offering up their commissions from one listing taken and sold during the month of October, towards this initiative. Homeowners interested in having the commission from the sale of their home help fund this initiative can email Mike Gabriel at mikegabriel@kw.com to begin... Read more →


GCN ARCHIVES (1948-2005) : Robert "Reds' Richards, First Rate Baseball Pitcher; Local Disc Jockey, Record Promoter

Published in the Gloucester City News, May 30, 2002 Robert R. Richards, an outstanding baseball pitcher in his youth, died after a brief illness on May 19, 2002. He was 60 years old. Bob "Reds" Richards Reds, as he was known by his friends and family, played on the 1954 Gloucester City Little League All-Star Team. That team was only one win away from competing in the Little League World Series before it lost. Incidentally, Reds received his nickname from his bright red hair. Mr. Richards continued his success on the pitcher mound for four years at Gloucester Catholic High School. Upon graduation in 1960, the Milwaukee Braves signed him to a major league contract. (The Milwaukee team was called the Braves in 1960). But shortly after signing the contract, he hurt his arm and had to retire from his dream of playing in the “big leagues.” Reds were sharp-witted... Read more →


Golden Bears Win as Field Gold Kicker Hits Five, one for 41 Yards

KUTZTOWN, Pa. -- Kutztown got a record-tying five field goals from Dawson Evitts (Auburn, Pa./Schuylkill Haven), including a career-long 41-yarder, and produced its second straight 200-yard performance on the ground in a 29-10 PSAC East victory over Shippensburg at Seth Grove Stadium Saturday afternoon. The Golden Bears controlled the ball for nearly three quarters, running 84 plays to the Raiders' 38. Darryl Davis-McNeil (Roslyn, Pa./Abington) carried 20 times for 136 yards, leading to a rushing attack that boasted a season-high 57 attempts –the eighth-most in school history. And while more trips to the red zone ended in three points rather than six, the proficiency of Evitts allowed Kutztown (5-2, 3-1 PSAC East) to steadily widen the scoreboard over the course of the game. The senior kicker, a transfer from Erie C.C., was a perfect 5-of-5 in hitting from 31, 41, 31, 36 and 39 yards to tie Matt Dineen's program... Read more →


Rowan's QB Ran for a Pair, plus Strong Defense Results in 14-9 Win

WAYNE, NJ -- Quarterback Mike Husni ran for a pair of one-yard touchdowns and the Rowan Defense withstood a long William Paterson drive in the fourth quarter to grind out a 14-9 win over the Pioneers for the Profs' first NJAC win of the season on Saturday. The Prof Defense yielded a season-low 250 yards while the offense was able to produce 216 yards and make enough plays in the red zone, scoring points on two of three trips to help secure the conference victory on the road. Husni threw for 103 yards on just 6-of-13 passing and was sacked five times, but he was able to steer the offense when it counted. Jajuan Hays ran for 53 yards on 15 carries, and James Fara added 48 yards on 18 attempts. On the defensive side, Dhani Clifford totaled a career-high seven tackles (three solo). Jason Blanks, Vincent Guarino and John... Read more →


Gloucester City High Homecoming Game Highlights

A few highlights from GHS 2022 Homecoming. Lions scored 41 points in the first half on way to a 41 - 0 defeat of visiting Sterling. Five different Lions reached the end zone. Lions Leo Curran scored twice on fumble recoveries, one covering 50 yards Pictured Jake Zearfoss Pictured Homecoming King Liam Gorman and Queen Anna Ramoundos Pictured GHS Lions Cheerleading Squad Pictured GHS Marching Band Read more →


Former Gloucester City Councilman Tom Quicksell Succumbs: LL President, Air Force Vet.

On October 10, 2022. Age 80. Of Gloucester City. Loving and devoted husband of 59 years to Carol A. Quicksell (nee Morse). Beloved father of Thomas R. Quicksell, Timothy S. Quicksell and Cheryl McDonald (Michael). Predeceased by his parents, Robert and Frances Quicksell. Tom was a graduate of Mastbaum High School class of 1960. He went on to proudly serve our country in the U.S. Air Force. Tom was the operations manager of Mt. Ephraim Storage in Gloucester City for many years. He was the Past President of Gloucester City Little League in the 1980’s and a Gloucester City Council Member from 1989 to 1992, where he served on the Public Works Committee and License Committee as well as the Chairman of Public Buildings. Tom was a board member of the NJ Board of Public Movers. Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation on Saturday, October 22, 2022 from... Read more →


CNB Hunting & Fishing News Maryland

October 12, 2022 Corey Brummel caught this 36-inch Northern snakehead in Higgins Meal Pond. Photo by Corey Brummel Anglers returned to fishing with some relatively warm and sunny weather following the previous week’s storm. Across the state, cooling water temperatures should cause both freshwater and saltwater fish to feed more aggressively prior to the winter months. Many boats are seeking striped bass on the Bay, fall trout stocking is underway, and the invasive Northern snakehead continues to provide action. Forecast Summary: October 12 – October 18: Chesapeake Bay surface water temperatures have dropped to the low 60s and should continue cooling all week. Maryland rivers are currently running in the mid 50s. Due to the cooled waters and windy conditions this past week, turnover has occurred, and the Bay waters have mixed from surface to bottom resulting in good oxygen conditions and uniform water temperatures throughout the water column. This... Read more →


One of the Cutest Videos: Kid and Puppy Playing Baseball Together

An adorable video of a little boy playing baseball with his dog. They have the time of their lives without adults telling them how to play the game. Or parents yelling at them for dropping the ball. No one kept score; you played all day and started the game again the following day. That's how things used to be in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. Subscribe to Big Geek Daddy...Funny, Cool, and Interesting Video Of The Day RELATED: Gloucester City Little League Coach Dominic Staiano Retiring After 50 Years Read more →


GCN ARCHIVES (1948-2005)Stiles Award Presented To Green & Campbell

EDITOR'S NOTE-(Gloucester City, NJ)(October 4, 2022)--The Cleary family owned the Gloucester City News, Inc. (GCN) for 57 years (1948 up until 2005). Over the next several weeks, we will post articles that appeared in the paper from that period on ClearysNoteBook (CNBNewsnet) (https://www.gloucestercitynews.net). The Internet became a reality in 1983. For many years, the Internet was mainly used by government groups and scientists, but in 1995, commercial Internet access started to be sold to consumers. As a result of our effort, the stories we will be publishing will now be available on the World Wide Web. If you have an obituary or a news article published in the Gloucester City News from the period mentioned that you would like to share with the world, send it to wecleary@gloucestercitynews.net. +++++ Stiles Award Presented To Green & Campbell (1st row) Anne, Michaeleen, Karen Stiles. (2nd row)Jim Goldschmidt, Bob Bevan, Mike Campbell, Shawn... Read more →


Rowan Host "Friday Night Lights" Against TCNJ

GLASSBORO, NJ (October 5, 2022)- Rowan will host "Friday Night Lights" on Friday, October 7 when the football team takes on conference rival TCNJ. Kick-off is 6 p.m. at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium and the evening will be highlighted with a post-game fireworks display. The Profs are currently 2-1 on the year and the game with TCNJ will mark the conference home opener. As at every home game, the Bonesaw Beer Garden will be open from kickoff until the start of the fourth quarter and all fans age 21 and over are welcome. The Beer Garden is located in the north corner of the Wackar Stadium. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. and tickets can be purchased on site. General Admission is $8 and tickets for senior citizens, children and visiting college students with ID are $5, while children under 3 and students with a valid Rowan ID are free.​ Read more →


PHILADELPHIA POLICE CRIME REPORT: Quintuple Shooting/Homicide—Roxborough High School

PHILADELPHIA, PA (OCTOBER 4, 2022(CNBNewsnet)--On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at approximately 4:41 pm, Philadelphia Police officers responded to a person with a gun at Roxborough High School Football field located on the 4700 block of Pechin Street. The following victims had just finished a football scrimmage and were walking off the field when the shooting occurred. Victim #1: 14/M, later identified as Nicholas Elizalde of the 1900 block of Lawrence Road, Havertown PA. Elizalde was shot in the chest and was transported to Albert Einstein Medical Center, where he was pronounced at 5:09 pm. Victim #2: 17/M with gunshot wounds to the right arm and left leg. He was transported to Temple Hospital in stable condition. Victim #3: 14/M with a gunshot wound to the left thigh. He was transported to Temple Hospital in stable condition. Victim #4: 15/M with a gunshot wound to the left leg. He was transported... Read more →


Rowan Football Falls at Christopher Newport, 20-14; Fourth-Quarter Rally Foiled

NEWPORT NEWS, VA -- Rowan had a fourth-quarter comeback fall just short as the Profs fell 20-14 at Christopher Newport on Saturday in a New Jersey Athletic Conference matchup. The Profs, who trailed 20-0 after the third, got an early touchdown in the fourth from James Fara and later a big blocked punt helped set up a second score from Fara to put Rowan back in the contest. However the Captains were able to control the ball over the final five minutes to hold on for the outcome. Fara ran for 99 yards on 22 carries and added three catches for 19 yards in the contest. Quarterback Mike Husni was 13-of-24 for 120 yards and was intercepted once. Six of those completions went to John Maldonado who ended with 73 receiving yards. Defensively, Ahmad Gantt was trouble for the CNU offense, as the defensive end totaled seven tackles, two sacks,... Read more →


GCHS Donor Development Report Fiscal Year '22

Donor Development Report – Fiscal Year ‘22 Gloucester Catholic's Donor Development Report for Fiscal Year 2022 was recently mailed to all GC alumni, supporters and friends. Please consider making an IMPACT donation. See message from Principal Tom Iacovone below. Dear Gloucester Catholic Alumni, Parents & Friends, It is my honor and privilege to serve as Principal here at Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School. This will be my 15th year here at Gloucester Catholic, and every year I am inspired in different ways, by both our students and GC Family as a whole. We have overcome unprecedented challenges over these last few years, and we will continue to face new challenges head on, TOGETHER! I encourage you to continue investing in our school and our students. Your donations to our Annual Ram Fund help enhance every aspect of our great school, including: · Need-based financial aid to support deserving students... Read more →


CHEF JOSE GARCES UNVEILS LINE-UP OF NEW CHEFS FOR SEASON TWO

* Chef Garces also announces new Volvér menu featuring Portuguese inspired dishes * Philadelphia, PA - James Beard Award-Winner and Iron Chef Jose Garces announces a brand new line-up for his Chefs in Residency Program at Volvér on Kimmel Cultural Campus. Back in time for the return of in-person performing arts, Garces kicks off season two with Chef Ruben "Big Rube" Harley (Chef Big Rube’s Kitchen at Pitchers Pub) starting this week, and continues with Chef Chance Anies of Tabachoy, Chef Juan Lopez of On Point Bistro, Chef Tonii Hicks Private Chef and James Beard Fellow 2022, Chefs Ryan Elmore and Kaitlin Wines of Mom-Moms Kitchen, Owner Sally Song of Dim Sum Garden and one final chef to be announced for the season finale. Through a special donation program in partnership with the Garces Foundation, each Chef in Residency will have the opportunity to raise money to support their work... Read more →


CNBNews Sports: GCHS Football Breaks 15 Game Losing Streak

Gloucester Catholic is off to a running start after drought By Mark Zimmaro - September 24, 2022 The Rams are back to being a winning football team. The weight of a 15-game losing streak, which spanned parts of three football seasons, had really started to irk some of the players in the Gloucester Catholic High School football program. “Our original guys came down to the weight room every day,” senior lineman Dyheim Watson said. “We practiced every day, we grinded every day. We came into this season thinking differently.” The hard work paid off, although not immediately in the win column. The Rams had lost their last three games of the shortened 2020 season and all 11 last year. Opening night 2022 was also a loss, but there were good signs during that 33-16 setback to Palmyra. On Sept. 9, it finally all came together in a 34-6 rout over... Read more →


Main Line Today Power Women Summit Oct.19

MAIN LINE TODAY ANNOUNCES HONOREES FOR THE 2022 POWER WOMEN SUMMIT Newtown Square, PA - Main Line Today hosts its annual Power Women Summit on Wednesday, Oct.19, 2022, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at Drexelbrook Catering & Special Event Center. Tickets are on sale now! Presented by Recovery Centers of America, Devon, and Malvern, this year's Power Women Summit features a much-anticipated conversation between NBC10 news anchor Tracy Davidson and 2020 Main Line Today Power Woman Molly Arbogast, founder and CEO of POV Sports Marketing. Network, get inspired, and hear how two incredibly talented women have achieved milestones of their own and how they find time to inspire so many others. Guests will also enjoy lunch and networking opportunities and visit an expo featuring vital local businesses, with nearly 400 women making a difference in our region. For the second year, the Power Women Summit is pleased to welcome... Read more →


Rowan's Football Home Opener Spoiled by Salve Regina QB Run with 21 Seconds Left

GLASSBORO, NJ -- Salve Regina's Jake Stack scored on a QB run with 21 seconds left to sour Rowan's home opener on Saturday as the Profs fell to the Seahawks, 28-24. Rowan looked like it had the game in hand a play earlier as the defense made a big stop on a fourth and goal from the seven but a personal foul penalty gave Salve Regina a first down at the three. Stack was able to get in the end zone for the eventual game-winning score. For the Profs, James Fara rushed for 103 yards on the ground while quarterback Mike Husni threw for 195 yards on 18-of-26 attempts with two TDs. Both of those scores went to John Maldonado who finished with 104 yards on six grabs. Tight end CJ Barrett tied a career high with 10 catches, to end with 63 yards. Defensively, Kevin Vandever recorded 12 tackles,... Read more →


Patrone Scores Hat Tick to Lead Profs to Win at Arcadia

GLENSIDE, PA – Julia Patrone scored a hat trick and four other Profs got into the scoring column as #2 Rowan rolled to a 7-1 win at Arcadia in field hockey action this afternoon. The Profs are now 7-0 on the season. The Profs also got goals from Rachel Stone, Sidney Pavlishin, Kristiina Castagnola and Cienna Bosher. For Patrone, it was her second three-goal game of the year, and the fifth of her career. The sophomore started the scoring the first quarter at 14:32 after picking up a loose ball in the circle, after Rowan had taken one of their 13 penalty corners in the game. Stone, a senior, scored her second goal of the year just three minutes later in the early part of the second quarter. After Arcadia notched its lone goal, Pavlishin, a freshman, tallied the first goal of her career just 45 seconds later at 21:50... Read more →


GCHS Annual Kathy Campbell Scholarship Golf Outing, Oct. 1 at Pitman Golf Club

Please save the date for the 2022 Kathy Campbell Scholarship Golf Outing on Saturday, October 1, 2022, at Pitman Golf Club. All proceeds benefit Gloucester Catholic students. For information on registrations and sponsorships, contact Kathy Dougherty at ekc_kd@yahoo.com Gloucester Catholic | 333 Ridgeway Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Read more →


NEW JERSEY JACKALS BASEBALL TEAM SECURES NEW HOME

AT LANDMARK HINCHLIFFE STADIUM IN PATERSON, NJ CNBNews graphic file Paterson, NJ – September 14, 2022 – The New Jersey Jackals, a member team of the Frontier League, a Professional Baseball League of 16 teams and Partner League of Major League Baseball (MLB), today announced the team is relocating from Yogi Berra Stadium in Montclair, NJ to its new, larger home at landmark Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, NJ. The Jackals will kick off a 96-game season in May of 2023 at Hinchliffe, a 7,000-seat stadium that sits on a dramatic escarpment above Paterson's National Historic Great Falls and is surrounded by the city's national historic district – the first planned industrial settlement in the nation in 1792. Hinchliffe is also one of two remaining ballparks where the segregated Negro Leagues played in the mid-20th century. The facility lay dormant for the past 20+ years but is now undergoing a dramatic... Read more →


Audubon upsets Unbeaten Gloucester

Winless Audubon upset the unbeaten Lions Saturday 29 - 23 at Narducci Field. The Loss was the first regular season loss for Gloucester in 2 years. The Green Wave trailed by as much as 20 in the game, but with under a minute remaining and down 23 - 21, Audubon QB Scott Lynch took his team 70 yards for the game winning 14 yard touchdown pass to Amauri Pimentel. Pictured Audubon Scott Lynch Qb Lynch completed 20 passes for 330 yards and 4 TD's with 3 going to wide receiver Pimentel. The Green Wave was turned back twice early in the game inside the Lions 5 yard line. Gloucester's Jake Zearfoss paced the Lion's with 3 First Half touchdown Pictured Jake Zearfoss Read more →


GOOD NEWS: betPARX JOINS SEPTA TO PROVIDE FREE RIDES HOME

ON BROAD STREET LINE FOR EAGLES SEASON PHILADELPHIA (September 15, 2022) – betPARX Casino & Sportsbook, one of the leading mobile Casino and Sportsbook apps, is ensuring Eagles fans get home safely this football season by partnering with SEPTA to provide free rides home from NRG Station on the Broad Street Line after every Eagles home game this season, including the home opener on Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings. “We are excited for football season and are thrilled at the opportunity to partner with SEPTA to offer complimentary rides home throughout the entire football season” said Matthew Cullen, Senior Vice President of betPARX.” Our commitment to the Philadelphia sports fan is to bring the game's action to the palm of their hand. We want everyone to enjoy the thrill of the game responsibility by taking advantage of the free rides home program this football season.” Free rides provided exclusively... Read more →


CNB Fishing Maryland: Nochienna Agubuzo Caught a 31-inch Northern Snakehead

Maryland Fishing Report – September 14 Angler Nochienna Agubuzo caught a 31-inch northern snakehead in the Anacostia River at Bladensburg Waterfront Park, Prince George’s County. Photo courtesy Nochienna Agubuzo As we move through September, the thrill of beautiful weather beckons everyone to get outside. There are lots of fishing opportunities to be found this week in Maryland waters, from the western mountains to the Atlantic coast, and everywhere in between. Forecast Summary: September 14 – September 20: Warming weather is predicted all this week with daytime temperatures around the mid to upper 80s. Expect calm winds less than 10 knots with a low chance of rain all week. Chesapeake Bay surface water temperatures dropped to about 78 degrees. Maryland rivers are currently running in the mid to low 70s. If you are seeking areas with cooler waters, fish the surface early in the day, or fish deeper waters or upwind... Read more →


How to Watch MotoGP From Anywhere

Abdul Razak Latif/Shutterstock.com We’re getting into the most exciting part of the 2022 MotoGP season and you don’t want to miss out on any of the remaining races as the top three riders battle it out for one of the most prestigious championships in motorsport. Fabio Quatararo, Francesco Bagnaia, and Aleix Espargaro are locked in an absorbing title fight, and we’re seeing some of the most exciting racing in the history of MotoGP. There’s nothing like experiencing the thrill of a photo finish live, but it’s not always easy to tune into these races from anywhere around the world! If you’ve ever tried to live stream MotoGP you’ll be familiar with how difficult it can be to find a good stream that’s available in your region. Luckily though, there is a way that you can watch MotoGP from anywhere in the world! All you need to do is learn how... Read more →


Abby Hainsworth has been named the NFHCA National Defensive Player of the Week

GENEVA, NJ - Rowan senior Abby Hainsworth has been named the NFHCA National Defensive Player of the Week as she helped lead the Profs to two wins last week which ultimately moved them up to the #2-ranking in the first NFHCA Coaches Poll of the regular season (Sept. 13). It marks the second time in the past two seasons that Hainsworth has earned the national honor. Last year she became just the second goalie in the program's history to receive the distinction, as Morgan Novak was the first in 2018. Hainsworth, who was named the NJAC Defensive Player of the Week, limited the opponents to just two goals in a pair of road games as the Profs ran their record to 4-0. She started the week by facing nine shots on goal as Rowan defeated Swarthmore, 2-1, in overtime. In the showdown at then-#2 Johns Hopkins on Sept. 10, Hainsworth... Read more →


NFL Betting Strategies and Tips for the 2022 Season

The excitement of the NFL season is upon us, as the slate is wiped clean for all 32 of the league’s teams. What happened last year is squarely in the past, and fans can look forward to an exciting campaign full of great plays and surprises. The 2022 season will also provide fans who like to wager on the NFL a new chance to score winnings in their wallet. The best betting sites for NFL, like BetMGM and Caesars, for example, already have listed their latest odds for this season as well as for the Super Bowl. With 18 weeks of the regular season, plus four additional weeks in the postseason to bet on, fans will have ample opportunity to cash in this year. Here are some wagering strategies and tips to keep in mind to help navigate the journey. Pay Attention To Injuries It may seem obvious, but a... Read more →


Daniel O'Brien Beloved GCHS Educator and Friend to Many Dies in Tragic Vermont Auto Accident

UPDATED/CORRECTED GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 11, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Daniel J. O’Brien, from Sandgate, Vermont, died in a single car crash on Wednesday, September 7. According to the Vermont State Police, the accident occurred on the S.E. Corners Road in Sandgate at around 4 PM on Wednesday. Danny O'Brien GCHS Graduation Photo Police say that O’Brien was traveling west when he left the traveling portion of the road, hitting a tree. He was driving a 2011 Nissan Sentra and was wearing a seatbelt. The weather was partly sunny at the time of the accident, and the road conditions were dry and dirt. From the Vermont State Police Crash Summary report: On September 7th, 2022, at approximately 1600 hours, Troopers from the Vermont State Police - Shaftsbury Barracks were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash on S.E. Corners Rd. with the Town of Sandgate, VT. Investigation revealed that Daniel O'Brien (operator #1), of Sandgate... Read more →