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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 55

Camden, New Jersey
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Wednesday, October 30, 1996
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5D 1 f COURIER-POST, Wedneday, October 30. 1996 Gloucester Catholic captures ISenior forward Thorvl w,,io ; , , , . . 'J- recorded a hat trick and freshman keeper Alicia Komicki posted her sixth shutout Tuesday, leading the Gloucester Catholic High School girls' soccer team to a 5-0 win over Pitman, clinching the Tri-County Classic Division title. Ranked fifth in the Courier-Post Top 20 Poll with a 10-0-1 record, Gloucester Catholic also received two goals from freshman Chris Quinn, who has 14 on the season. Kulsea has a team-high 24 goals. Komicki made 10 saves. In other Tri-County action, Kingsway improved to 9-3-1 with a 7-0 win over Clearview, getting three goals from Jenn Montgomery and two from Marsha Kelley. Senior Jen Villari scored four goals and fellow co-captain Crystal Jacob added her 12th goal and three assists to lead Deptford to a season-ending 7-1 win over Glass-boro. Villari finished with 13 goals. Eight different players scored goals in Williamstown's 9-0 win over Clayton. Williamstown improved to 4-11-2. In the Colonial Conference, Nicole O'Leary's goal with 21:52 remaining in the game gave Paulsboro a 2-2 tie against Had-don Township. Frazier apologizes Associated Press NEW YORK - Joe Frazier, in a bid to end decades of feuding between the two former heavyweight champions, on Tuesday extended an olive branch to Muhammad Ali. "It's about time to bring it to an end. I don't feel that I'm too big I can't say I'm sorry," Frazier said of the bickering that has continued between the pair since the last of their three epic bouts, Panthers stay unbeaten Associated Press NEW YORK - The Florida Panthers maintained their unbeaten record with a 1-1 tie against the New York Rangers on Tuesday night behind John Van-biesbrouck's masterful goaltend-ing. As the only unbeaten team in the NHL with a 7-0-4 record, the Panthers moved a step closer to the Edmonton Oilers' record of 15 unbeaten games at the start of a season (12-0-3 in 1984-85). This was nearly a victory for the Panthers, who led 1-0 until Wayne Gretzky scored a power-play goal with 4:40 left in regulation. Before that, Vanbies-brouck had stopped the Great One on at least five quality chances. Bruins 5 Devils 2 BOSTON Bill Ranford stopped 46 shots, four after losing his stick during a New Jersey power play, and Boston scored three times in a span of 2:07 to win. The victory was Boston's first in five games at home this season, and it came despite the absence of defenseman Ray Bourque, who XT -rac a ' , 1 r i 4 - 7 Ask about our tAAtf month Vy payment plan Gregory A. Pistone, MD Suite 5001 G, Greentree Executive Campus Rt. 73 & Greentree Road Marlton, NJ 08053 Call In the Cape-Atlantic League, Ocean City's Jean Turner scored her 18th goal of the season with 31:18 remaining in the second half to give Mainland a 1-1 tie with Ocean City. Turner's goal came on Lauren Harrison's 15th assist Boys' soccer Unranked Sterling stunned No. 10 Haddonfield when Jon Brennan scored with 26 minutes remaining for a 1-0 victory. Senior goalkeeper Mike Brennan recorded the shutout, turning aside seven shots. Sterling improved to 8-5-2 while Haddonfield slipped to 11- 2-1, allowing West Deptford to take the Colonial Conference lead. West Deptford improved to 12- 2-0 with a 5-0 win over Collingswood. Goalkeeper Brian Williams, making his first varsity start, posted 10 saves and a shutout as Haddon Township scored a 1-0 win over Paulsboro. Greg Dziczek scored the game's only goal with 15 minutes left in the first half off a pass from Kurt Schneider. The Hawks improved to 2-11-1. Andy Carson snapped a scoreless game with 13:50 remaining in the "Thrills in Manila" on Oct. 1, 1975. "I'm willing to say I'm sorry if I said anything to hurt vou. "We got to do it, before we all close our eyes, because I want to see him in heaven," the 52-year-old Frazier said of Ali, 54, who is stricken with Parkinson's syndrome. Frazier's conciliatory words clash with the rancorous remarks has missed the last three games with a shoulder bruise. Kings 5 Maple Leafs 2 TORONTO - Eddie Olczyk, Ray Ferraro and Yanic Perreault scored in the last 4:18 to give Los Angeles a victory over Toronto. Blackhawks 2 Lightning 2 TAMPA, Fla. Eric Weinrich scored his second goal of the game at 6:50 of the third period, helping Chicago tie Tampa Bay. Blues get Turgeon ST. LOUIS The St. Louis Blues acquired center Pierre Turgeon from the Montreal Cana-diens in a five-player deal. 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No. 19 Williamstown (12-2-1) received two-goal performances from Lee Masiduski and Dylan Barberi in a 9-0 win over Clayton. Dave Cordetti's goal with 35:34 left in the game gave Gloucester Catholic a 2-1 win over Pitman. In the Cape-Atlantic League, Keith Bernhardt's hat trick gave him a team-high 10 goals and led Sacred Heart over Cape May Tech 4-0. Paul Sipala notched the shutout with eight saves. Fifth-ranked Ocean City improved to 13-2-2 with a 2-1 win over Egg Harbor Township. Ninth-ranked Vineland blanked Cumberland 4-0 on the strength of Brian Flebbe's four saves. In the New Jersey Vocational Technical Athletic Council Tournament on Monday, Piscataway Tech topped Cape May Tech 3-1 in overtime in a semifinal game. In the Tri-State Christian League, Justin Baloche scored 25 minutes into the second half as Kings Christian topped Victory to Muhammad Ali he made in his recent autobiography. 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