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Oldtimers honor Joe DeMayo, Bobby Wine

Former college basketball official and Major League Baseball player and coach receive awards at luncheon at Randi's. The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association last week honored two people during its meeting at Randi’s Restaurant &...

St. Hubert senior cheering for return to nationals

Haylie Klose is quite grounded for someone who spends a lot of time in the air. Klose, a senior at St. Hubert High School, is a flyer on the Bambies cheerleading team. That means she’s...

Northeast senior comes up big

Prior to high school, Dore Gilyard had little interest in knocking anything over except pins. Though he was bigger than most of his classmates, Gilyard loved to bowl but didn’t like sports that required physical...

Spadaro: Eagles have a lot of broken parts

What’s wrong with the Eagles? At 4-5, plenty. A distressing 27-20 loss to Dallas (the team’s third consecutive loss at Lincoln Financial Field, for two seasons one of the league’s most pronounced homefield advantages)...

Judge family ready to carry on tradition at Lincoln

Teenage boys love to eat. but when it comes to Thanksgiving, they’re not talking turkey. The topic of conversation every year at their dinner table is football. And they’re not breaking down the recent Eagles...

Improved Ryan looks to knock off Washington

Mekhi Lang thought he was just getting ready for basketball season. Lang, now a senior, was in the Archbishop Ryan High School gym, jacking up treys, working on his dribble and going through drills when...

After loss to Dallas, Eagles have little room for error

After losing to the Dallas Cowboys, 27-20, at home on Sunday Night Football, the defending Super Bowl champions are at a now-or-never point of the season. The Birds are 4-5 after nine games and face...

Frankford looks to end season on good note

Raheem White didn’t always take football seriously. White, a senior at Sankofa Freedom Academy Charter, played football at the club level for Oxford Circle, and two years ago, he decided to join a 7-on-7 league...

Stock helps Holy Family reach new heights in senior year

Joe Stock remembers being the new kid. Stock, a senior at Holy Family University, attended the school because when he was a senior at Archbishop Ryan High School, he saw some Catholic League guys he...

Ubayd Steed helps Northeast stay tops in Public League

A lot of talented high school football players like to talk about their gaudy numbers. Ubayd Steed is one of those players. But Steed, a North Philadelphia resident, doesn’t talk about his great tackle numbers or...
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