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12.5.2018 | Softball
Barons softball welcomes new class of student athletes

12.3.2018 | All Sports
Meet the Basketball Captains

10.22.2018 | Soccer
Barons pick up post-season honors for Division I Region XIX and Division I Garden State Athletic Conference men's and women's soccer

6.25.208 | Softball
New RCBC softball player resides at North Pole

6.18.2018 | Baseball
Baron sophomore Brian Nieves receives first team honors as infielder

 

RCBC ATHLETICS IN THE NEWS


6.20.2018 | nj.com
Baseball: Burlington County Scholastic League Player of the Year and other postseason honors, 2018

1.23.2018 | NJCAA Region 19
Ayanna Lewis is named Garden State Athletic Conference Division II Basketball Player of the Week

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