Maccabi Games: Summer 2014 approaching

Marlee Zeitz, Eastside Sports Editor

July 27, 2014

There are only 15 days left until the Maccabi Games start! The Maccabi Games consist of team and individual sports where Jewish teens around the world get to compete with each other for four consecutive days. The games take plac...

With great soccer comes a great price

Keshav Amaro, Eastside Opinions Editor

July 20, 2014

The FIFA World Cup this year brought plenty of action-packed soccer games along with an abundance of singing, cheering, Powerade and fake injuries. Brazil is known to be a colorful, carnival-esque and beach playground. Soccer...

Cougars football loses battle against Pennsauken Indians

David Golkow ('16)/Eastside Staff

September 16, 2012

The East football team lost in a defensive battle against the Pennsauken Indians, the reigning New Jersey State Champions, 13-6. The first sign of life from the Cougars came when the Indian’s punter attempted a pass that was...

East football suffers first loss in season opener

Mike Reisman ('13)/Eastside sports editor

September 9, 2012

The Cougars lost to the Williamstown Braves in their season opener, 54-7.  The Cougars jumped out to an early lead, after a 66 yard touchdown pass from Alex Kramer (’13) to Nick Phelan (’13), coupled with an extra point gave...

East football team is in for a year of changes

Mike Reisman ('13)/ Eastside Sports Editor

September 1, 2012

The Cherry Hill East football team is in for a year of changes, moving from group four to the new group five and switching divisions, from the West Jersey Football League’s National division to the American division. The...

Fiesta Recruiting: Column Two

Darby Festa/ Sports Editor

July 25, 2012

I can’t believe it’s almost August. This summer has literally flown by. And I don’t think I’ve been home for more than three days in a row at a time. I’ve gone from Chicago, Illinois to St. Louis, Missouri to York, ...

The Basketball Recruiting Fiesta: Column 1

Darby Festa ('13), Sports Editor

June 30, 2012

The recruiting process is an odd thing. It’s not always a game of cat and mouse, as most might expect. It’s more like cat and cat. Sometimes, I’ll tell the college ‘Hey, I’d like to play for you!’ and other times...

Extracurricular activities are no longer free

Prashasti Awadhiya ('12) / Radio Manager

August 15, 2010

Starting in the fall of 2010, all middle and high school students that attend Cherry Hill public schools will have to pay a student activities fee in order to participate in any extracurricular activity. Originally, the Board...

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