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Vikings speaking the right language

Tom Juhas came up with the perfect nickname. After a few practices with Christian Cano when he was a freshman, Juhas, the baseball coach at Northeast High School, watched his rookie and he immediately started...

McIntyre happy to cap off career with title

Some wanted to play for another chance to get noticed by college. Others played for a shot at winning another title. AJ McIntyre was in the second category, and he worked exceptionally hard for those in...

Nazareth catcher enjoying role as leader

Had they played last year, Timoney Lamplugh would have been one of eight starters returning. This year, she’s the only returning starter back, and she’s doing her best to be the leader of a young...

Pioneers seeing double the leadership

There’s very little Mike and Doug Bieber don’t do together. The twin brothers on the Frankford High School baseball team have been best friends their entire lives. They are both three-sport athletes, playing soccer and bowling...

What should Flyers do with Giroux?

Each time Claude Giroux hits a milestone or passes a big name on the franchise’s scoring list, the questions resurface. Is Giroux one of the best Flyers ever? Should the team cut ties with a guy...

Building Trades donate to MS Society

The 34th annual Philadelphia All-Star Labor Classic raised $150,000 for the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The game took place April 18 at Ridley High School. The Suburban Girls beat the City...

Possible offseason trade partners for Flyers

They say misery loves company. Following the NHL trade deadline, Flyers General Manager Chuck Fletcher hinted that significant changes to the roster could be coming this offseason. He’s not alone. The Flyers’ season has been disappointing, to...

Lincoln senior balancing family life, football

Football was Lou Nazario’s top priority. Then came Adriana. Adriana is Nazario’s 3-month-old daughter that the Abraham Lincoln High School senior had with his girlfriend Rylee Sawchyn. Since her birth, football has slid down on his list...

Tait proud of Judge’s accomplishments during coaching tenure

Sean Tait will forever be a Judge guy. On Monday, he was told he’s no longer Judge’s guy. Tait, who coached the Father Judge High School basketball team for the last 12 seasons, was told he...

Westfield helping Judge with his arm, leg

Sometimes it pays to work in the athletic office. Father Judge High School football coach Frank McArdle found that out this year. John Westfield, a junior star pitcher, needed to drop off his PIAA physical so...
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