High School Football Frenzy
It’s a stifling August Monday morning, and across the area, high school football players are reporting to their schools for the “official” beginning of high school training camp.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia says a priest who was suspended after federal agents seized a computer from his inner-city rectory has been found unsuitable for ministry.
For more on Georges’ on the Main Line, click here.
By Joseph Santoliquito HERSHEY, Pa.—There was only one goal this season for Archbishop Wood. Nothing else mattered. Nothing less would be acceptable. It was a simple yet daunting aim, reaching into an area no other Wood team […]
By Joseph Santoliquito Top 10 Week of Dec. 5, 2011 1. Archbishop Wood (Record: 12-1. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 15.) 2. La Salle (Record: 12-1. Previous Week: 2. Weeks Rated: 15.) 3. North Penn […]
There is a standard at North Penn. It’s set high by Knights’ coach Dick Beck each season and it’s a reason why North Penn has made District 1 its playground.
Top 10 Week of Nov. 21, 2011 1. Archbishop Wood (Record: 11-1. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 13.) 2. La Salle (Record: 11-1. Previous Week: 2. Weeks Rated: 13.) 3. Council Rock South (Record: 11-1. […]
She used to sit there on her mother’s lap and watch her daddy run up and down the court, going up against the best players in the world.
You can almost excuse Archbishop Wood for being bored. The Vikings entered this season as the crème de la crème of Southeastern Pennsylvania and have done nothing to disprove it, winning 10-straight games after a season-opening loss.
It is a tiny brick building that sits on the corner of 45th and Chestnut streets in West Philadelphia.
Vince Bedesem saw this coming a few years ago, back when his seniors were freshmen. What the Council Rock South coach has seen is a transformation, a program that’s made history in its 10 years of existence.
There’s the old mantra lying out there about a heavy head and defending a championship, but for reigning PIAA Class AA state champion West Catholic the first month of the season, the Burrs were carrying their heads in their hands.
J.J. Denman still gets calls, but it’s been narrowed to just Rutgers. He’s even taken a few shots that lit up some message boards — particularly Penn State message boards — about his recent decision.
Many of the players on Springfield (Delaware County) were not even born the last time the Cougars experienced the kind of season they are currently enjoying.
Top 10 Week of Oct. 10, 2011 1. Archbishop Wood (Record: 5-1. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 7.) 2. La Salle (Record: 5-1. Previous Week: 3. Weeks Rated: 7.) 3. Abington (Record: 6-0. Previous Week: […]