Vicky Tumasz thought she was going to have some problems. The North Penn senior’s depth perception was slightly off, making only a few shots during pre-game warm-ups Friday night at Villanova’s Pavilion.
It’s an interesting path that’s taken North Penn and Neshaminy to the PIAA District 1 Class AAAA championship Friday Night.
The PIAA District 1 playoffs are set to begin the weekend of Nov. 8-9 and it marks one of the most exciting times in the area.
If it were up to St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante, his first three nonleague opponents would be Alabama, the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. Infante believes in having his teams play perfect, and if not perfect, pretty darn close to it. So to get there, he’s devised a national schedule that he feels will more than prepare his team for the Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAAA season and possibly beyond.
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.
Heading off to college can be a daunting experience for any student but may be particularly hard for students with learning challenges who often have their own set of questions and concerns.
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 […]
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. […]
There is a change about St. Joseph’s Prep this season. The Hawks are tougher, more physical, major elements that were sometimes missing last year.
Matt Magarity was never pulled from a game before. He experienced that for the first time last Saturday and came back and won.
Charles Hurst, a former vice principal at a North Penn middle school, is under arrest for having inappropriate sexual conversations with a thirteen-year-old student.