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Radley powers Tigers to strong year

If you take a look at Elizabeth Radley, you’d never guess the kind of player she was. Radley, a senior at Holy Family University, stands 6 feet 1, so you’d think she’d be found under...

No hockey for now, Therien focusing on dad duties

By Mark Zimmaro Chris Therien has now excelled at three jobs. The former Flyers defenseman almost seamlessly transitioned into a broadcasting role in the sport he loves — all while holding down the fort as the...

Capping off a crazy year with great winners

This certainly isn’t the way we wanted to wrap up the school year. Normally we’re starting to look at playoff matchups, trying to predict who will win the spring sport championships, and getting ready for...

Basil senior Storck ready for next step

If they were naming an MVP, it would be an easy choice. The award would go to Maria Storck. Storck is a senior at St. Basil’s Academy High School, and prior to everything getting shut down...

Gordon perfect leader for Franklin Towne softball

Emily Gordon was ready to play her favorite position. Gordon is a senior at Franklin Towne Charter High School, and for the last two years, she has been playing third base for the Warriors softball...

Catholic League wrestling parents, alums donate $3,000 to Sgt. O’Connor family fund

Catholic League wrestling parents and alumni donated $3,000 to a fund to benefit the family of Jimmy O’Connor, the police sergeant from Millbrook murdered in the line of duty in Frankford in March. The coronavirus...

Grading the Eagles’ draft

How did Eagles Vice President/General Manager Howie Roseman grade out drafting players to fill the Birds’ roster for 2020? Not so good, according to Eagles fans and most observers who rate these things. It is interesting,...

Eamonn Logue stays strong during layoff

  Eamonn Logue is a regular teenager, but during the quarantine, he’s been anything but typical. At midnight, with school being held remotely, most kids are spending the overnight hours catching up on sleep, watching Netflix...

Lindros back as Flyers ambassador

By Mark Zimmaro Many wish that he had never left. Eric Lindros’ time in Philadelphia was polarizing, to say the least. A generational talent whose arguments with upper management over the treatment of his injuries led...

A Stanley Cup would still carry glory despite interrupted season 

By Mark Zimmaro On Sunday, NBC replayed Game 6 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. And it was still pretty exciting hockey the second time around. It reminded us of a fantastic finish, as the Chicago...
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