Tag: sports

New Jersey Rams Start Playoff Run Tonight

The New Jersey Rams, Pennsauken’s developmental, semi-pro football team finished their regular season in first place and is headed to the playoffs. The Rams’ first playoff game is this evening, Saturday, Oct. 21, against the Cecial County Chaos from Maryland.

Playing Pickleball In Pennsauken

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Members of the Pennsauken community can take advantage of free lessons for a fun sport with an unusual name. Pickleball is a sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong; it can be played

STEP Soccer To Hold Summer Training Camp

STEP Soccer Summer Camp is back with a whole new training curriculum to help children ages 4-16 create a passion for the game of soccer. STEP Soccer was founded in 2016 by Pennsauken’s own Frank Tweneboa, Kutubu “Kip” Kpolie, and

National Learn-To-Row Day Held On June 3

As part of USRowing’s 16th annual National Learn-to-Row Day, the Cooper Rowing Club is hosting a fun, free introduction to rowing on the water on Saturday, June 3 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Camden County Boathouse, 7050

PYAA To Hold Tryouts For Travel Soccer Teams

PYAA Soccer would like to announce tryouts for the 2017-2018 Boys and Girls Travel Season. We are seeking local players from Pennsauken and Merchantville that are dedicated to the sport of competitive soccer. The PYAA girls travel teams are members

PYAA Soccer Holding Online Registration

PYAA Soccer is currently taking registration for the spring 2017 season. Pennsauken and Merchantville resident boys and girls are invited to join.

New Jersey State Police Take On Pennsauken High School Basketball Teams In Scrimmages

Game on! This evening, Wednesday, Dec. 14., officers of the New Jersey State Police are taking on student-athletes from Pennsauken High School’s Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Teams in a special scrimmage. The friendly games, along with a variety of

Pennsauken Loses To Freehold In 125 Point Playoff Game

By Albert Dadson, AAP Intern You would think that if a football player scored eight touchdowns all by himself, his team would win the game. But what do you do when a player on the other team scores 10 touchdowns?

New Faces Of PHS Basketball Take The Lead

By Eric Mossop, Athletic Director, Pennsauken High School When fans come to the gym to watch the PHS boys and girls basketball programs this coming winter season, the first thing they might notice are the new faces on the benches

Pennsauken’s Vliet Inducted Into SJU Men’s Soccer Hall Of Fame

Pennsauken native Sean Vliet, a member of Saint Joseph University’s graduating class of 1996, was enshrined in the Saint Joseph’s University Men’s Soccer Hall of Fame at halftime of the Hawks’ game against Duquesne on Saturday, October 22.

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