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Crispin brings home 3 football titles

One championship is nice. Three is tremendous. So it’s fair to say Crispin had a tremendous fall season. The outfit brought home three football championships this year, winning championships in the Pee Wee division, the Midget division...

MLK grad Wright just wants to keep playing

By Noah Perkins After 17 years, 59 countries and too many jump shots to count, Rasheim Wright didn’t want his career to end like this. “I’ve been robbed of my senior night in college; I’ve been...

2300 Arena stands tall during pandemic

It still has the history. It now has the comfort and cleanliness, too. The 2300 Arena, located at 2300 S. Swanson St. in South Philadelphia, started out as a warehouse for Mummers, who would build and...

Nigro ready to set table for Basil’s

Tori Nigro knew she would have to think about choosing a school this year. She just assumed it would be a college. But now a little more than a quarter of a way through her first...

Lepkowski finds success going the other route

Katie Lepkowski always has a positive attitude and she knows exactly why. When she was little, her pop would often say “never a bad day,” and that attitude stuck with her ever since. It’s also why...

McDonnell right at home at midfield

Jimmy McDonnell isn’t afraid to try new things. But he’s happy doing what he does best. McDonnell is a junior on the Archbishop Ryan High School soccer team, and this year he settled into the center...

Ryan senior makes splash in school, pool

Like any champion, Amy Carvalho wants to defend her title. But that’s not what she wants to do the most this winter. Carvalho is a senior on the Archbishop Ryan High School swimming team, and in...

Blythe has drive for teammates, Crusaders

Justin Blythe learned the importance of being a good teammate early in his high school career. Blythe is a senior point guard on the Father Judge High School basketball team, and when he was a...

Wreath plays big for Quakers

There was a time Ryan Wreath could get by on size. Then he got to high school. Wreath was a four-year starter on the Penn Charter High School football team, and once again, he is one...

Coyle officially headed to Louisville

Ava Coyle wasn’t really a lacrosse player before she got to high school. In three short years, she became a Division I lacrosse player. Coyle is a senior at Penn Charter High School, and the Mayfair...
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