Star Athletes

by Editorial Staff--Suburban Family Magazine | Nov 3, 2014
Star Athletes …From the pages of Suburban Family Magazine…

Amelia Ying
Cherokee High School senior Ying (pictured) hit a career milestone at the start of October with her 100th career win. The singles player notched No. 100 against Cherry Hill East during the Olympic Conference American Division Tournament singles final, and is officially the school’s all-time winningest player in her sport.

Omar Abdelhamid
Cherry Hill
Abdelhamid was the winner of Camden County's seventh annual Travis Manion Foundation 5K. Held every year, the race is run in honor of Sept. 11 and those who lost their lives in the line of duty, and drew out 340 runners and walkers, with Abdelhamid taking the top prize with a time of 18 minutes, 44 seconds. The race raised a total of $8,500 for the Travis Manion Foundation.

Harry Inglis
Moorestown High School striker Inglis helped lead his team to victory with a hat trick against New Egypt. The junior scored his first two goals in the first half, and added a third for the hat trick early on in the second to highlight a 4-2 victory. Inglis was leading the Quakers with 12 goals on the season through mid-October.

Nick Lopez
Washington Township
Lopez, a 1998 graduate of Washington Township High School, was selected to be inducted into the South Jersey Wrestling Hall of Fame with the 2014 class. Lopez, a two-time region champ who went undefeated and captured the 215-pound state title as a senior, is just the third Washington Township graduate to be inducted.

Lizzie Kinkler
Mount Laurel
Lenape High School soccer standout Kinkler is one of just 12 players in the state to be added to the watch list for the High School All-American Soccer Game. A panel of national coaches monitors players on and off the field to determine who will play in the game on Dec. 13 in Cary, N.C. Kinkler has been added for consideration on the East Team.

Jake Klaus
Haddonfield High School senior Klaus led his team to victory against Sterling with a breakout game that won’t soon be forgotten. In a 17-0 win in mid-October, Klaus rushed for 103 yards on 17 carries and also ran for a touchdown. It helped the Bulldawgs continue their five-game winning streak to start the season.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 8 (October, 2014).
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Author: Editorial Staff--Suburban Family Magazine


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