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Lodise feeling at home with Cahillites

Joey Lodise isn’t afraid to go to new places. He always seems to be doing it for soccer. Lodise is a junior at Roman Catholic High School, and every day after leaving his house in Chalfont,...

Hnatkowsky focusing on future

Michael Hnatkowsky is still doing a lot of the same things. Hnatkowsky, a Bustleton resident and soon-to-be senior at Muhlenberg College, is attending meetings, learning to work with new people and trying to game plan...

New CBA brings guaranteed hockey, tough decisions

By Mark Zimmaro It’s becoming closer to a reality. Training camps officially opened on Monday morning as the National Hockey League continues to stride toward resolving the 2019-20 season. A plan is in place. Hub cities of...

O’Neal looking to attract schools in senior year

The season looked like it was the start of something special. It certainly didn’t finish up that way. Andre O’Neal, now a senior, was hoping his junior season on the Penn Charter High School football team...

Petition demands Ryan ditch its Raider mascot

Archbishop Ryan High School’s leadership posted a statement last week, saying it is “actively engaged” in talks with stakeholders in response to a demand that it replace its Raider mascot. An online petition says, “Depicting...

Mayfair’s Daukaus makes great first impression

  For most, it would sound like a nightmare. For Kyle Daukaus, it was a dream come true. Daukaus was offered a chance to debut for the UFC, which was his ultimate goal. He was offered a...

Dad has a lot of fight in him, just like Lindblom and his favorite...

By Mark Zimmaro There are times in life when sports don’t matter. And there are other times when they mean everything. In my house growing up, hockey has always been a driving force. As Flyers fans,...

Ryan’s Westervelt ready to get back to work

It certainly wasn’t what he wanted for his birthday. Teddy Westervelt, a senior at Archbishop Ryan High School, was hanging out with a few friends to celebrate his special day last month, and he came...

Chappell ready to hit at Texas A&M

If you think Tyreek Chappell has a little pop for a cornerback, you’re not wrong. He wasn’t always a defensive back, and for the first 10 years of his football career, he was popping pads...

Keen gets talent, drive from brothers

Josh Keen is the youngest of four brothers, and he’s learned a lot from the ones who came before him. His oldest brother is Aaron, 25. He was a star pitcher at George Washington High...
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