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Fran Walsh with Ron Jaworski (credit: Wendy Badman)

Fran Walsh Honors Dad As Maxwell Player Of The Year

On March 1, Fran Walsh will be honored by the prestigious Maxwell Football Club at its annual gala at Harrah’s Atlantic City Resort as the Jim Henry Award winner,

01/20/2013

Wood's Andrew Guckin running against Cathedral Prep. (Credit: Ken Innes/MaxPreps)

Wood Loses Class AAA State Title To Cathedral Prep

The faces were all the same, long, glum. So were the eyes, red and blood shot, as the Archbishop Wood team trudged out of the locker room Friday night at Hersheypark Stadium, after losing the PIAA Class AAA state championship to Cathedral Prep, 24-14.

12/14/2012

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Archbishop Wood And Coatesville Ready For Championship Weekend

Archbishop Wood and Coatesville are both in championship football games this weekend.

12/13/2012

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Feisty Interboro Faces Huge Challenge In Wood

Top 10 Week of Nov. 30, 2012 1. La Salle (Record: 11-1. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 13.) 2. St. Joseph’s Prep (Record: 10-1. Previous Week: 2. Weeks Rated: 11.) 3. Archbishop Wood (Record: 10-2. […]

11/28/2012

Downingtown East's Kyle Lauletta, coach Mike Matta, Jay Harris have big plans for 2011. (Credit: Joseph Santoliquito)

The Top 10 High School Teams In Southeastern PA

This year, there is no one team that stands clearly above the rest. But there is a team that might have a slight edge over every other team in the area—that’s Downingtown East.

08/15/2012

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No Rest For D II Philadelphia University’s Peltzer

Philadelphia University’s Taylor Peltzer is excelling in two sports.

04/02/2012

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Catholic League To Undergo Facelift After Closings

With the announced closings on Friday of Monsignor Bonner, Archbishop Prendergast, Conwell-Egan, West Catholic and St. Hubert’s, a minor shock wave went through the Philadelphia Catholic League, one of the nation’s oldest high school sports leagues.

01/06/2012

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Archbishop Wood Is The Team Of The Year

By Joseph Santoliquito PHILADELPHIA—It’s rare today when a team can go from start to finish, lugging high expectations and weighted goals, and do almost exactly everything it sets out to do. It doesn’t matter what […]

12/23/2011

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Archbishop Wood Makes History In Winning First State Football Title

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 […]

12/16/2011

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Four Local Teams Looking To Advance To States

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 […]

12/09/2011

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Archbishop Wood Begins Its Real Season

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.

11/17/2011

Springfield coach Tom Kline and players (credit: Joe Santoliquito)

High School Football Top 10: Week Of Oct. 17

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.

10/20/2011

Nick and Brandon Arcidiacono are tough tandem for Archbishop Wood (Photo by Joseph Santoliquito)

Archbishop Wood’s Arcidiacono Brothers Pose An Impenetrable Wall

The Archbishop Wood brothers realize that this season could be it—this could be the last time the two are on the same team. When they were younger, Brandon used to block for Nick, a middle school running back who’s been converted to offensive/defensive line. Now they’ve played side-by-side the last two years.

10/05/2011

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It’s Not Good To Underestimate Wood’s Monaghan

At first glance, there may not appear to be a whole lot to Archbishop Wood’s Joey Monaghan. The Vikings’ senior quarterback doesn’t bowl you over with great size, listed at 6-foot-1, 190 pounds. He doesn’t have a cannon for an arm, nor blazing speed.

09/22/2011

Cousins Brandon (left) and Desmon (right) Peoples with Wood coach Steve Devlin. (credit: Joseph Santoloiquito)

Wood Tops State In What Promises To Be Great High School Season

Steve Devlin hears all of the talk and the speculation. Predictions are great this time of season. Especially when you have five Division-I players on your team, as the Archbishop Wood coach has this year.

08/31/2011

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