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Hnatkowsky back for one more year

Michael Hnatkowsky could have graduated college in May. But he had some unfinished business to take care of.  Hnatkowsky, a Bustleton resident and Penn Charter graduate, had racked up massive numbers at Muhlenberg College prior to...

Former Basil’s volleyball stars find home at Villa Joseph Marie

It looked like a banner season on the horizon. The St. Basil’s Academy volleyball team was bringing back a lot of talent to the court and this year would have been a memorable one for...

Cliggett playing new role to perfection at Ryan

Everyone knew what they’d be defensively. But offensively was the question mark. The Archbishop Ryan High School boys soccer team returned its entire defense this year from a team that went undefeated in the Catholic League...

Mulgrave has the moves to help Judge

For a big guy, Jake Mulgrave is always on the move. The 6-foot-3, 250-pound senior on the Father Judge High School football team is now a starter at guard. Last year he was the team’s...

Best Friends there for each other in AEW

Sometimes it’s hard being Best Friends. Especially when one of the best friends is unable to come out and play. That’s been the case with All Elite Wrestling’s Trent Beretta, who is rehabbing after surgery on...

Jacob Fatu living up to family legacy in MLW

Jacob Fatu was born and raised in California, but every time he wrestles, he looks like a Philly guy. That’s because Fatu, the Major League Wrestling heavyweight champion, does everything Philadelphia wrestling fans love. He’s big...

Rajkowski can picture a dream season at Judge

  Brett Rajkowski sees his brother’s picture every day. And he definitely wants to add his photo to the collection. Rajkowski is a senior center midfielder on the Father Judge High School soccer team, and ever...

Former waterboy leading Washington on the field

Long before he was knocking players off the line of scrimmage, Mark White was a key member of the team. White, now a senior at George Washington High School, has been a part of the...

Brockington calling the shots at Frankford

  Damon Brockington wanted to see how far football could take him. It’s still taking him to great places. Brockington, a 2006 graduate of Frankford High School, became the first black head coach of his alma mater’s...

Register now for the Crusader Classic 5K

The 18th annual Father Judge Crusader Classic 5K will take place on Sunday, Oct. 3, at 9 a.m. The cost is $30 for adults, $15 for runners 18 and under. Registration will take place in...
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