Saturday’s South Jersey roundup: Sterling girls’ basketball remains undefeated


Latanya Berry scored 14 points as the Sterling girls’ basketball team remains undefeated with a 44-39 triumph over Paul VI on Saturday.

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Latanya Berry scored 14 points as the Sterling girls’ basketball team remains undefeated with a 44-39 triumph over Paul VI on Saturday. Imani Holloway added 11 points for the Silver Knights, who improve to 12-0 on the season.

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Marianna Papazaglou scored a game-high 20 points to lead Wildwood Catholic over Pemberton, 57-39, in the Tamara L. Davis Showcase. Gabby Turco, who was named the MVP, had 16 points for the Crusaders.

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Shannon Mulroy recorded 13 points in Lenape’s 49-34 win over Shawnee. Regan King contributed four three-pointers for her 12 points for the Indians.

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Rimington winner Garrett Bradbury gets praise from trophy’s namesake; ex-Husker also bullish on NU’s future

Dave Rimington doesn’t pick the winner of the award named in his honor. But count him among those impressed by North Carolina State’s Garrett Bradbury.

Rimington ‘ the former Nebraska center and college football hall of famer ‘ lists the qualities that make Bradbury worthy of the Rimington Trophy that goes to the nation’s most outstanding center.

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‘They wouldn’t let me close to doing that,’ said Rimington, who played for NU in the early 1980s. ‘I had to snap the ball to Turner (Gill) and let him and all those other guys get all the glory.’

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Swimming roundup: Marian’s Isabella Pantano is just fine without rest – Omaha World

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When racing in the same event eight days after posting a personal best time, a bit of a letdown can be excused.

Even with that’exception, Isabella Pantano had a terrific day Saturday at the Elkhorn Swimming and Diving Invitational.

The Omaha Marian junior posted a career-best time in the 100-yard backstroke at last week’s USA Swimming Winter Junior Nationals West in Austin, Texas. Pantano touched in 54.62 seconds, a time that is 0.05 seconds faster than the state record of 54.67 set in 2017 by Clara Walstad of Lincoln Southwest.

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