WOOLWICH TWP. — The Kingsway Ice Hockey Club is preparing for the 2017-2018 season with an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 15 at 7 p.m. in the Kingsway Regional South Media Center. They are always looking for new players. The club is open to all boys and girls of the […]
Earlier in the year, an article introducing new Kingsway Wrestling Coach Mike Barikian was printed in this newspaper....
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WOOLWICH TWP. — Jane Rode Eyre, USA Fencing’s most decorated veteran fencer in history cruised to her fourth...
Following a coaching legend like longtime Kingsway girls basketball coach Karyn Pickard is no easy task. With Pickard’s retirement, Kingsway had to find someone truly qualified to take on this job, and they have found that person in Felicia Jenkins. Jenkins, who was an all-conference basketball player herself at Claflin […]Read more ›
By Christian Lynch Kingsway welcomed three new head coaches this fall, and all three were very successful. Well, the trend continues this winter. Mike Barikian was approved for his first-ever head coaching job as Kingsway’s wrestling coach, replacing Anthony Badaracco. As an athlete himself, Barikian finished fourth at the NJ […]Read more ›
By Christian Lynch Kingsway has had many significant coaching changes this fall, including a new head girls soccer coach (Jayme Gatti) and a new head football coach (Mark Hendricks). However, there was another coaching change that also has major ramifications on Kingsway’s athletic success. However, this change was a promotion […]Read more ›
As reported in my May “Sport Shorts” article, Kingsway’s longtime girls soccer coach, John Kodluk, who molded the girls soccer program into one of the top programs in South Jersey, was stricken with a heart attack and passed away at the age of 57. He amassed a career record of […]Read more ›
By Christian Lynch As reported in my last “Sport Shorts” article, Kingsway Football Coach Tony Barchuk retired after a legendary career that spanned back to 1979. Coach Barchuk’s career highlights include a South Jersey Group II championship in 2001, multiple Tri-County Conference divisional titles, and designation as one of the […]Read more ›
WOOLWICH TWP. – Three Woolwich Township residents were named national finalists at The 50th Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Junior Olympics Games, the largest national multi-sport event for youth in the United States, were held in Houston from July 30 – Aug. 6. Kassadi Avent won the National Championship in two […]Read more ›