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Girls Volleyball: Penncrest overcomes sizable disadvantage
Girls tennis: Main Line talent headed to Hershey for PIAA state doubles tournament
9/11 and the Healing Impact of Sports
Golf: Radnor's Walker claims PIAA championship
Boys Basketball Tryouts (1st cut)

Girls Volleyball: Penncrest overcomes sizable disadvantage

MIDDLETOWN -- The Penncrest Lions ran into something Tuesday night in their District One Class AAA opener they hadn't seen all season. The 18th seed from Council Rock North posted three players at the net, all of them standing six feet or taller. [...]

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Girls tennis: Main Line talent headed to Hershey for PIAA state doubles tournament
22 October 2014 by ldevlin
Prior to the start of the PIAA District One Class AA and Class AAA doubles tournament, the district had to go through some last minute venue and date shuffling before the action even started. Wi [...]
Girls Volleyball: Penncrest overcomes sizable disadvantage
22 October 2014 by ldevlin
MIDDLETOWN -- The Penncrest Lions ran into something Tuesday night in their District One Class AAA opener they hadn't seen all season. The 18th seed from Council Rock North posted three players at t [...]
Golf: Radnor's Walker claims PIAA championship
22 October 2014 by ldevlin
SPRINGETTSBURY -- Radnor junior Brynn Walker is a big, strong girl who can blow her tee shots 30 or 40 yards past many of her high school competitors. That, however, is not why Walker brought the [...]
Boys Basketball Tryouts (1st cut)
22 October 2014 by robbiehibbs
The following players with their assigned numbers have made the first cut. #1, #5, #6, #7, #99, #11, #13, #14, #16, #18, #19, #20, #21, #22, #27, #28, #62, #32, #33, #36, #40, #41, #47, #49, #60 Fi [...]
Photos
21 October 2014 by bmckinney
Thanks to Mr. Ted Beck for taking all of these amazing photos of the boys team.
Football: Ridley holds on to beat Strath Haven
21 October 2014 by ldevlin
RIDLEY TWP. -- Ridley's up-tempo offense unofficially ran off a remarkable 66 plays on offense against Strath Haven Friday night at Phil Marion Field, but the Green Raiders could only put 20 points on [...]

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2014 SCIAA Middle School Girls Soccer Championship
The fall season of SCIAA middle school sports are quickly coming to a close. The SCIAA middle school girls soccer season closed Thursday with White Station Lady Spartans defeating Ridgeway Lady Roadrunners. White Station scored an early goal but Ridgeway put up a great defensive effort only allowing them to score one more goal late in the first. White Station led 2-0 going into the half. White Station’s offense was just too much for the young Ridgeway team to hold off. White Station added two more goals in the second half to take the win 4-0.
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