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Wentz says he accepts the nonstop challenges the 2020 season is presenting

There is an old saying that when challenges in life start to pile up and there aren't many places to turn, the best approach is to “keep the faith.” The coronavirus continues to challenge every...

Playoff teams have connections to Flyers

By Mark Zimmaro Flyers hockey has resumed, and there’s plenty to root for in watching the local team try to break a 45-year Stanley Cup drought with a very talented team. But there’s plenty of...

Wolf recommends no sports until next year

If you are a fan of high school sports, things aren’t looking too good. On Thursday, Gov. Tom Wolf recommended not holding youth sports, which include high school sports, until January because of the coronavirus...

For better or worse, Pederson welcomes players to new normal of 2020

By Al Thompson Even with the agreement between the NFL and the NFL Players Association to open training camps, there is still an uncertainty about whether there will be a pro football season in 2020. Eagles...

Ryan soccer programs more than just championships

George Todt loves to see his guys succeed. Todt was the longtime soccer coach at Archbishop Ryan High School and during his 44 years on the sidelines, he turned out a lot of great players...

Flyers should get Kraken on preparing for future

“Below the thunders of the upper deep, far, far beneath in the abysmal sea…” Before last week, “The Kraken” was just a legend, notably popularized by Alfred Tennyson’s 1830 sonnet of the same name. Now, the...

Season of questions for Northeast High grad Amos

Every week it seems, there is another college football conference, from Division III to the FBS Power Five leagues, that have either canceled or shortened their seasons in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. With over...

Dougherty grad calling the shots at Del Val

Two down, one to go. When Mark Seidenburg took over the Delaware Valley University men’s basketball program four years ago, he wanted to accomplish a few things. He wanted to get the team based out of...

Frankford grad Serrano ready to rock and roll

Marcus Serrano always plays hard for his teammates. Serrano is a recent graduate of Frankford High School and during his time as a Pioneer, the starting safety did whatever he could to help Frankford win...

Puck stops with Giwerowski

  While Trevor Giwerowski was spending time in the ocean, the Amarillo Bulls were making waves. They selected the former Archbishop Ryan High School goalie with their fifth pick in the North American Hockey League draft,...
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