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2017-2018 NBA Season Preview

2017-2018 NBA Season Preview

Ross Cogan and Jacob Stein

October 16, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

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East football comes up just short in thrilling game vs. Pemberton

East football comes up just short in thrilling game vs. Pemberton

Andrew Abate, Eastside Staff

October 15, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Cherry Hill East Cougars were defeated at home by the Pemberton Township High School Hornets on Saturday by a final score of 28-24. The final result dropped the Cougars record to 0-5 while Pemberton improved to 3-3 on the season. The action began early with East defensive back Isaac Jean-Baptiste (‘19) scoopin...

East falls once again in road game vs. Delsea

East falls once again in road game vs. Delsea

Andrew Abate, Eastside Staff

October 11, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Cherry Hill East Cougars football team was defeated on the road against the Delsea Crusaders on October 6 by a final score of 42-7. The loss dropped the Cougars record to 0-4 while the Crusaders record improved to 3-2. The game got off to a fast start, with Delsea putting the first score on the board ...

East Boy’s Varsity soccer team defeats the West Lions for the first time ever on East Soil

East Boy’s Varsity soccer team defeats the West Lions for the first time ever on East Soil

Michael Poulshock, Eastside Staff

October 7, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On October 7, the East Boy’s Varsity soccer team hosted the Cherry Hill West Lions for the first time ever on East soil. Before kickoff, the Cougars honored the Class of 2018 seniors: Len Asari, Sam Biotti, Matt Blaker, Chris Bruce, Greg Cohler, Eric First, Mike Kenny, Sam Miller, Rob Rogowski, Nhat ...

U.S. holds the Rowing World Championship for the first time in 23 years

U.S. holds the Rowing World Championship for the first time in 23 years

Maddy Cicha, Eastside Staff

October 6, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

For the first time in 23 years, the World Rowing Championships are returning to the United States. This international rowing event, taking place in Sarasota, Florida, is hosting 69 countries from September 23rd-October 1st, 2017. The opening ceremony for the championships (hosting around 10,000 people)...

East Football team puts up a strong fight against the Vineland Fighting Clan

East Football team puts up a strong fight against the Vineland Fighting Clan

Sophie Levine, Eastside Sports Editor

September 16, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The marching band was loud and proud. The cheerleaders were shaking their pom poms and cheering. The fans were yelling and screaming. Mr. DeFuria excitedly announced the Cherry Hill East Cougars as they sprinted onto the field. Everybody was ready for the start of the highly anticipated football game ...

East plays Paul VI in home opener

East plays Paul VI in home opener

Adam Dashevsky, Sports Editor

September 10, 2017


Filed under East Sports, Showcase, Sports

For many students, September marks the start of school and the ending of summer. The start of September also brings back one of America’s most popular sports, football. The Cherry Hill East Cougars opened their home-opener against Paul VI with an impressive crowd of students, faculty, and parents ...

Ten must see games in the 2017-18 NBA Season

Ten must see games in the 2017-18 NBA Season

Jacob Kernis, Sports Editor

August 28, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports, Showcase, Sports

Los Angeles Clippers v. Los Angeles Lakers (October 19, 2017) Lonzo Ball makes his NBA debut against the Clippers in the battle for Los Angeles. Although the Clippers have dominated in recent years, the Lakers are still looked at as the class organization in the City of Angels. The comments made...

Philadelphia Eagles prepare for the upcoming season

Philadelphia Eagles prepare for the upcoming season

Adam Dashevsky, Eastside Sports Editor

August 14, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports, Showcase

Can you believe it? It has been seven months since the last time we were blessed with the ability to watch the Philadelphia Eagles grace the football field. We patiently watched the New England Patriots win another Super Bowl, the Golden State Warriors breeze through the Western Conference to win anoth...

Aaron Judge wins 2017 Home Run Derby in Miami

Aaron Judge wins 2017 Home Run Derby in Miami

Joshua Pipe, News/Features Editor

July 10, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports, Showcase

If John Sterling, radio broadcaster for the New York Yankees, was calling the 2017 Home Run Derby at Marlins Park Monday night, his voice might never have survived. The Yankees’ rookie sensation, Aaron Judge, at 25-years old; six feet, seven inches high; and 280 pounds strong, crushed 47 home runs en...

The Celtics trade with the Pistons in need of a rebounder

The Celtics trade with the Pistons in need of a rebounder

Adam Aaronson, Eastside Staff

July 7, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports, Sports

In order to clear salary cap room to sign prized free agent Gordon Hayward, the Celtics dealt Avery Bradley and a 2019 second-round pick to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Marcus Morris. The Celtics had to move either Bradley, Jae Crowder or Marcus Smart in order to make the room for Hayward. Cro...

Free Agency Day Two leaves many shocked

Free Agency Day Two leaves many shocked

Adam Aaronson, Eastside Staff

July 1, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports

As more dominoes continue to fall, let’s take a look at each signing that took place on day two of free agency.   Jrue Holiday signs five-year, $126M contract to stay with the New Orleans Pelicans The Pelicans massively overpaid to retain Holiday’s services, but they had no choice- if...

Sixers fans should trust Colangelo

Sixers fans should trust Colangelo

Adam Aaronson, Eastside Staff

July 1, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports

Over the last five years, Sixers fans have had to endure more struggles than any other fanbase as the team underwent a historically painful rebuild, all the while listening to national and local pundits alike bashing the team for their vision, as well as the fans who were in favor of it. Sam Hinkie was ...

NBA Free Agency fun has begun

NBA Free Agency fun has begun

Adam Aaronson, Eastside Staff

July 1, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports

The first night of NBA Free Agency is finally here, and deals are being made at every turn. This will be one of the most exciting nights in a long time, so here are reactions to each and every signing made early Saturday morning.   Blake Griffin signs 5 year, $173M contract to stay with Los A...

Timberwolves send Rubio to the Jazz

Timberwolves send Rubio to the Jazz

Adam Aaronson, Eastside Staff

July 1, 2017


Filed under Professional Sports

Mere hours before the beginning of free agency, the Timberwolves traded Ricky Rubio to the Utah Jazz in exchange for a 2018 first-round pick. This move is the Jazz conceding their pursuit to bring back soon-to-be free agent George Hill. And while this isn’t a huge upgrade or downgrade, it does hurt...

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