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Where to go to explore the sports history of colleges across the nation

Where to go to explore the sports history of colleges across the nation

Sophie Levine, Eastside Sports Editor

July 9, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

During the summer, many families take vacations. They go all over the world, including Europe, Africa and Canada. However, my family is different. Whenever we go on vacation, we love visiting different colleges and exploring their sports history as well as watching their current teams play. Check out s...

The case for Hockey coverage

The case for Hockey coverage

Nick Feldman, Eastside Staff

June 9, 2018


Filed under Sports

Ice hockey. Saying the sports name conjures up images of the greatness of Wayne Gretzky, the gauntlet to get the Stanley Cup, players fighting for their nation in the Olympics and extreme physicality. And while that's how I and millions of others Americans think of about it, hockey and the NHL remains...

Philadelphia 76ers General Manager Bryan Colangelo resigns after investigation

Philadelphia 76ers General Manager Bryan Colangelo resigns after investigation

Nick Feldman, Eastside Staff

June 7, 2018


Filed under Sports

On June 7, 2018 at 9 AM, the Philadelphia 76ers revealed that the organization had accepted the resignation of embattled General Manager Bryan Colangelo after an internal investigation by the Sixers. The investigation found that Colangelo mishandled confidential team information in the form of sharing it with ...

Discussing the new NFL policy on kneeling during the national anthem

Discussing the new NFL policy on kneeling during the national anthem

Isaac Leibowitz, Eastside Staff

May 31, 2018


Filed under Sports

The National Football League (NFL) has made it pretty clear that they have wanted to make players stand for the national anthem.  We’ve seen those pre-game moments when an unfurled American flag all but covers the field itself. We’ve watched solemn color guard ceremonies. We’ve witnessed the roaring f...

The Life of a Dancer — Louis Zimmermann

The Life of a Dancer — Louis Zimmermann

Louis Zimmermann, Eastside Opinions Editor

May 14, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Twenty hours, six styles, 12 classes and 6 out of 7 days. In a nutshell of numbers, this is what my week consists of as a competitive dancer. And this routine starts in September and ends in June. Because of this immense training and energy I put into dance, I cannot stand by hearing another person excla...

A Lookback at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine

A Lookback at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine

Jacob Graff, Eastside Staff

March 9, 2018


Filed under Professional Sports, Showcase, Sports

As the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine comes to a close, let’s take a closer look at some notable performances and how it could shake up teams’ rankings as they head into the draft. There are five big name quarterbacks this year and the Combine had an effect for four. Sam Darnold (USC), Josh Rosen (UCLA),...

Sarah Pintel (’19) commits to George Washington University to play volleyball

Sarah Pintel (’19) commits to George Washington University to play volleyball

Sophie Levine and Jilly Wulwick

March 9, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

For most athletes who commit to playing their desired sport in college, their story starts the same. Most of the time, these athletes have been playing their sport since the young age of three or four. However, Sarah Pintel’s (‘19) story was written a little bit differently, but the results were...

East Ice Hockey is victorious over HLV

East Ice Hockey is victorious over HLV

Maddy Cicha, Eastside Staff

March 5, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Cherry Hill East Ice Hockey team defeated HLV on Friday, March 2, with a score of 5-2. This was the second game of the playoffs for the title of State Champion. After HLV won the first, East’s win now forces a third game between the teams for Monday, March 5. By the end of the game, East proved to have ...

East’s basketball season ends to Eastern in an excitingly disappointing fashion

East’s basketball season ends to Eastern in an excitingly disappointing fashion

Jacob Kernis, Eastside Sports Editor

February 28, 2018


Filed under Sports

Despite Cherry Hill East rallying back from an 18-point deficit, Eastern’s Matthue Cotton (‘18) hit a game-winning layup for a final score of 58-56 in an exciting yet disappointing end to the Cougars season. After a humiliating first half, as the Vikings led 35-18, the Cougars outscored Eastern i...

Bleeding Green: East Students Take On the Eagles Victory Parade

Bleeding Green: East Students Take On the Eagles Victory Parade

February 13, 2018


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On February 4th, the Philadelphia Eagles made history by winning  Super Bowl 52 - the team’s first Super Bowl win ever. Millions flicked to Philadelphia the Thursday after to celebrate with their beloved team, including much of the east population. To commemorate this occasion, East students shared ...

Looking back at the Eagles season so far

Looking back at the Eagles season so far

Jacob Graff, Eastside Staff

January 16, 2018


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The season the Eagles have had is not a fluke. It is not by accident that a team that was predicted to be the NFC East cellar dweller by season’s end is, after all, leading it by an NFC-high five-game margin. Instead, it is the result of hard work by the front office, coaching staff and player impro...

East drops heartbreaker against crosstown rivals

East drops heartbreaker against crosstown rivals

Andrew Abate, Eastside Staff

January 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Cherry Hill East Cougars varsity basketball team was defeated at home by the Cherry Hill West Lions in a very close 55-53 game as part of an invitational tournament being held at East. Despite the loss, the Cougars had multiple impressive performances from their starters, including a 21-point outi...

East pulls off a win against Highland in the Virginia B. Whittaker Tournament

East pulls off a win against Highland in the Virginia B. Whittaker Tournament

Michael Poulshock, Eastside Staff

January 1, 2018


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Although the Cougars have not gotten off to a hot start this season, currently being 2-3, they have the opportunity to start the new year off with a winning record after today's win against Highland, putting them at 3-3. Jared Ohnona (‘18) had the first points of the game for the Cougars after ...

Kaila Crozier (’18) dedicates three years of her high school career to manage the Girls Varsity Basketball Team

Kaila Crozier (’18) dedicates three years of her high school career to manage the Girls Varsity Basketball Team

Jilly Wulwick, Eastside Staff

December 29, 2017


Filed under East Sports, Showcase, Sports

When you think about a basketball team, you think about the coaches that put together the plays and the players that carry them out. People tend to overlook another important aspect of the team: the managers. Cherry Hill East Girls Varsity Basketball team manager Kaila Crozier (‘18) has been managi...

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