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Coleman stays busy at Franklin Towne

Rian Coleman didn’t have much time to relax. And that’s exactly how she wanted it. Coleman is a senior at Franklin Towne Charter, and during the fall, she helped guide the Warriors to the Public League...

Panthers honor biggest fan’s legacy

If they win a championship, they’ll hang a banner with pride. But no matter how many championships the St. Basil’s Academy basketball team brings home this year, nothing they post in the school will be...

Ryan wins District 12 wrestling title

For the second week in a row, the Archbishop Ryan High School wrestling team wears the crown. A week after winning the Catholic League individual tournament, the Raiders won the District 12 crown individual tournament,...

Esposito has Tigers hanging around playoffs

Eric Esposito does a lot for the Holy Family University men’s basketball team. And when you watch the team warm up before games, you can hear what he does for the team, too. We’re not just...

Carmichael overjoyed at Hall of Fame nod

The tears have dried. Harold Carmichael has had so many of them since he found out that he would be heading to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the special Centennial...

Sixers coach and players think they are putting it together for a run

The Philadelphia 76ers went into the all-star break with a 34-21 record and 27 games left on the schedule. Coach Brett Brown will try to coach enough wins from his talented, but underachieving team to...

Snead, Raiders make noise at Palestra

Jalen Snead wanted to get on the floor. So he knew he had to do whatever it took to get there. Snead is a sophomore off-guard on the Archbishop Ryan High School basketball team, and when...

Oldtimers honor 3 at Randi’s

The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association last week honored three people with the Bill “Pickles” Kennedy Award. The group held its quarterly meeting on Feb. 12 at Randi’s Restaurant & Bar, 1619 Grant Ave. in...

Vargas, Ragdolls give all for championship

Sarah Vargas gave it everything she had. The senior on the Archbishop Ryan High School swimming team pushed herself as hard as she could have in the pool. And did the same thing when she...

In Doug We Trust: Pederson a steady hand for Eagles

If Eagles head coach Doug Pederson hasn’t done enough in four seasons to earn the trust of the fans, and the benefit of any doubts, then someone needs to launch an investigation. In those...
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