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Lacombe enjoying final run at Little Flower

Alana Lacombe knew from the start of the season there would be no hanging a banner in February. She knew during tryouts her team wasn’t expected to even qualify for the playoffs. And now that the...

Ryan names Lampart new football coach

Chris Lampart has coached all over the area. And now he’s back home. Lampart, a 2000 graduate of Archbishop Ryan High School, has been hired to coach the Raiders football team. "I couldn’t be any more excited...

Pro Bowl is nice, but it’s simply not super

ORLANDO -- For players making the NFL Pro Bowl who come from teams that have struggled, the game and week of festivities leading up to it are very special. But if you are a player...

Northeast wins Public League wrestling crown

Ryan Ponce needed a little pep talk, but he was more than ready. Ponce is a 106-pound wrestler on the Northeast High School team and when his spot in the lineup came up in the...

King making presence felt in 2 sports at Northeast

David King was looking to get better in basketball. He ended up learning a whole new ballgame. King is a senior at Northeast High School, and he’s been playing basketball his entire life. Last year, he...

Santiago shooting for success at Franklin Towne Charter

Sergio Santiago could have gotten by on just being a scorer. He wanted more, so he put in the work. Santiago is a sophomore on the Franklin Towne Charter High School basketball team and through his...

Has Foles played his last snap as an Eagle?

A funny thing happened on the way to the Nick Foles goodbye party in the days following the Eagles’ gut-wrenching 20-14 loss to the New Orleans Saints in the divisional round of the NFC...

Thumbs up for Leneghan, Hubert cheerleading

Bridget Leneghan makes a great cheerleader on the mat. She’s not so much a great one on the bench. But last year, that’s all she was able to do. Leneghan is a senior on the St. Hubert...

Logue, Crusaders happy to be in PCL mix

Losing is no fun. It’s less fun when you really can’t do anything about it. That was the problem for Liam Logue and the Father Judge High School wrestling team last year. The Crusaders didn’t enjoy their...

Sankofa star joins elite 1,000-point club

Scott Spann was content not playing high school basketball. Instead, the Port Richmond native was just going to mess around in local leagues because he loved the sport. “I actually was a football player before I...
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