Thursday, November 3, 2011
This week's segment of the Quakers Alumni Profile features former Moorestown field hockey player Catherine Duffin.
Moravian field hockey player Catherine Duffin helped her team to a 9-8 record this season and a 2-4 mark in the Landmark Conference. Duffin is tied for second on the team with six goals and 15 points. Duffin and Moorestown Patch sports editor Jim Vassallo took time to chat about Moravian, what she misses most about Moorestown, and the transition to college in this week’s Alumni Profile. Moorestown Patch: What is your major? Catherine Duffin: Nursing. Patch: What stood out about Moravian? Duffin: It has a beautiful small campus, a great nursing program, and a good field hockey program. Patch: Do you play any other sports? Duffin: I played softball in high school; however, I only decided to continue to play field hockey in college. Patch: …
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Moorestown football falls to 5-3 on the season with their loss to the undefeated Irish.
The Moorestown Quakers fell to the undefeated Irish, 21-10, Saturday afternoon at Homecoming 2011. Moorestown is now 5-3 on the season while Camden Catholic is 7-0. Moorestown travels to Cherry Hill West on Friday November 4 at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
The 3-1 win was the 11th of the season for the Quakers, who finished last year with five victories.
Rancocas Valley (6-9-2) was looking to upset the Quakers on Tuesday night, especially since the two teams play each other twice per season as division rivals, and the Red Devils got off to the start they needed by scoring first. Despite scoring the game’s first goal however, the Red Devils could not complete the effort as Moorestown (11-3-2) scored three goals, two in the second half, in a dominating 3-1 win that clinched the program’s 13th Liberty Division title in 14 years. The only year without the division crown was 2010, when Cinnaminson captured the league crown. “Everyone counted us out. No one expected us to get back here," said head coach Bill Mulvihill. "These girls, after what they went through last year, they came back this …
Monday, October 24, 2011
Check out Quakers' sports schedules for Oct. 24-30.
Football: 10/29 (2 p.m.) versus Camden Catholic Boys’ Soccer: 10/25 (3:45 p.m.) at Rancocas Valley Girls’ Soccer: 10/25 (6:30 p.m.) versus Rancocas Valley 10/29 (6:30 p.m.) versus Holy Cross Field Hockey: 10/24 (3:45 p.m.) versus Haddonfield 10/26 (3:30 p.m.) versus Florence Girls’ Tennis: 10/24 (TBA) at BC Open 10/25 (TBA) versus BC Open Girls’ Volleyball: 10/24 (5:15 p.m.) versus Paul VI 10/25 (5:15 p.m.) at West-Windsor Plainsboro North Boys’ Cross-Country: No Varsity Meets Scheduled Girls’ Cross-Country: No Varsity Meets Scheduled
Cody Wallace was a centerpiece of Moorestown football's 2007 state championship team and now plays for the University of Virginia.
Each week we will be taking time out to get to know an alumnus from the Moorestown High School Athletic Department. In this week’s segment, Moorestown Patch sports editor Jim Vassallo speaks with former Quaker football player and current University of Virginia student Cody Wallace about his time at Moorestown, what he learned from coach Russ Horton, and his stint at Fork Union Military Academy. Moorestown Patch: What is your major? Cody Wallace: I am majoring in American History. Patch: What stood out about the University of Virginia? Wallace: It was a great school with a great campus and nice people. Patch: What stood out about the football program at UVA? Wallace: When I signed, I originally signed under Al Groh, who is no longer the …
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Catch up with Moorestown Quakers' sports scores from Oct. 17-23.
Football: 10/21 at Highland: 1 2 3 4 Final Moorestown (5-2) 14 14 10 10 48 Highland (0-7) 0 0 8 8 16 Scoring M: Anthony Bonett 39 pass from Andrew Lisa (Martinelli kick) M: Delaney Wallace 49 pass from Andrew Lisa (Martinelli kick) M: Sidney Ruffin 9 pass from Andrew Lisa (Martinelli kick) M: Peterson 9 pass from Andrew Lisa (Martinelli kick) M: FG Martinelli 36 M: Peterson 9 pass from Andrew Lisa (Martinelli kick) M: Sidney Ruffin 64 punt return (Martinelli kick) H: Jacorey Williams 60 pass from Dan Martin (Rob Patterson run) M: FG Martinelli 20 H: Kerron Johnson 53 pass from Dan Martin (Dan Martin run) Player Statistics Moorestown Andrew Lisa: 178 yards passing Boys’ Soccer: 10/18 versus Northern Burlington…
Saturday, October 22, 2011
The Quakers are now 5-2 on the season and face an undefeated Camden Catholic Oct. 29 at home.
After losing two in a row, the Quakers have now won three straight, advancing their record to 5-2 by throttling Highland (0-7) 48-16 on Friday night. Highland has yet to score 20 or more points in a game this season. Highland’s 16 points Friday were the most the team has scored all year. The Quakers were once again led by senior quarterback Andrew Lisa, who tallied 178 passing yards to go along with five touchdown passes. Four different players caught touchdown passes for Moorestown, with Drew Pederson catching two of Lisa’s touchdowns. Moorestown will return home on Saturday, Oct. 29, for a 2 p.m. homecoming game. The Quakers host Camden Catholic (6-0), a team that coming into Friday night had not allowed more than seven points in a game…
Friday, October 21, 2011
Haleigh Dalmass has committed to play lacrosse at USC, while leading the soccer team to a 10-3-1 start this fall.
Senior girls’ soccer player Haleigh Dalmass has helped the team to a 10-3-1 record and a playoff berth looming in the near future. Dalmass has taken on a leadership role in her senior season, both on and off the field. In our second edition of Senior Profile this week, sports editor Jim Vassallo took time to talk with Dalmass about her college commitment, her love of soccer, and her favorite courses. Potential Colleges: I am verbally committed to play lacrosse at the University of Southern California. Area of study interested in once you attend college: Undecided Moorestown Patch: How do you juggle your time while constantly being in practice or on the field? Haleigh Dalmass: I try to start my homework first thing after dinner. Patch: …
Monday, October 17, 2011
Check out the Moorestown High School sports schedules for Oct. 17-23.
Football: 10/21 (7 p.m.) at Highland Boys’ Soccer: 10/18 (3:45 p.m.) at Northern Burlington 10/20 (4 p.m.) versus Pennington School 10/21 (6:30 p.m.) versus Bishop Eustace Girls’ Soccer: 10/17 (6:30 p.m.) versus Northern Burlington 10/22 (11 a.m.) versus Clearview Field Hockey: 10/17 (3:45 p.m.) at Rancocas Valley 10/19 (3:45 p.m.) versus New Egypt 10/21 (3:45 p.m.) versus Eastern Girls’ Tennis: 10/17 (2:30 p.m.) versus Ocean City (at Eastern – SJ Finals) 10/18 (3:30 p.m.) versus Holy Cross 10/19 (TBA) versus Millburn (State Semi-Finals if win on Monday) 10/20 (3:45 p.m.) versus Lenape 10/21 (3:45 p.m.) at Trenton Catholic Academy Girls’ Volleyball: 10/17 (5:15 p.m.) versus Cherry Hill West 10/18 (5:15 p.m.) at Rancocas Valley 10/20 (4:00 …
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Quakers blow out Kingsway in Friday night football, boys' soccer beats Bordentown and ties Delran, and other scores from the past week.
Football: 10/14 versus Kingsway 31-0 Win 1 2 3 4 Final Kingsway (3-3) 0 0 0 0 0 Moorestown (4-2) 7 21 0 3 31 Scoring M: Alex Martinelli nine-yard pass from Andrew Lisa (Alex Martinelli kick) M: Zac Frantz 60-yard run (Alex Martinelli kick) M: Anthony Bonett 40-yard pass from Andrew Lisa (Alex Martinelli kick) M: Anthony Bonett 70-yard punt return (Alex Martinelli kick) M: FG Alex Martinelli 30 yards Player Statistics Moorestown Andrew Lisa: 220 yards passing Anthony Bonett: 151 yards rushing Boys’ Soccer: 10/11 versus Bordentown 4-1 Win Player Statistics Bordentown Stefan Knudson: 1 goal Moorestown Xavier Austin: 1 goal Jacob Dowiak: 2 goals Bode…