Thursday, December 1, 2011
Ten years since this group started playing together, they look to accomplish one final goal.
Believe it or not, there was a time when Haddonfield didn’t just roll over its opponents on the gridiron. Going back 10 years ago, when the current group of seniors started playing football together, wins were actually hard to come by. “The only team we ever beat was Sterling,” reflects running back Chris Dengler with a laugh. My how the times have changed. A decade later, the same core of players has the Bulldawgs in prime position to capture their second straight South Jersey Group 2 Championship on Saturday. Haddonfield will take on West Deptford at 1 p.m. at Rowan University. The end of an era had lineman Jim Cashman, wide receiver/defensive back Matt Bhaya, quarterback/safety Dan Ciemneicki, linebacker/offensive lineman Carson Stack, …
Friday, November 11, 2011
The celebration started at the final horn.
Haddonfield girls' soccer celebrates its Group 2 payback win.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
The boys' team romps to a Coaches Invitational title, while the girls finish second.
It was a record-setting day for the Haddonfield Memorial High School boys’ swim team at the South Jersey Interscholastic Swimming Association Coaches' Invitational Division B swim meet Saturday morning. The Bulldawgs won all three relays—breaking records in the 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay—and romped to the team championship. “I thought it was encouraging to see the guys, after a big dual meet last night against St. Augustine, come in and keep the level of competition as high as it was today,” Haddonfield coach Bob Querubin said. Friday night, the Bulldogs took highly regarded St. Augustine Prep down to the last relay before losing, 88-81, but they swam fast and had their best power point meet of the season, ensuring a high seed…
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Haddonfield's championship football coach has a team-first mentality.
In February of 1994, Dennis Barth sat in the Gloucester Catholic High School cafeteria and prepared for his first season in charge of his alma mater's baseball program. Barth had been the assistant coach for several years and was well acquainted with the varsity team but the previous year's junior varsity team was a bit of a mystery. Taking over a season after the Rams had won a state title and had graduated several important seniors, Barth knew he had to immediately put his personal stamp on the program and if that meant cutting seniors, that's what was going to be done. "One of my coaches told me even though Frank (DeLano) had played all but one game on JV the year before, he would be as important as any other senior I kept and midway …