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Morrisville Girls Basketball Win 7th Game of the Season

Last year the Morrisville girls basketball team was not playing too well only winning six games the entire season. Last night the girls won their seventh game of the season against NJ’s Princeton Day School. The Lady Bulldogs won 53-28. They forced

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Bucknell Junior Defensive Lineman Making Progress from Spinal Injury

  Prior to November 1st, Bangor Area High School graduate, Robert Naylor, played in all eight Bucknell University games in the season with fifteen tackles, two tackles for loss, and one sack. Unfortunately, during a November 1st Bucknell fo

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Linden High School Senior Turns Disability into Success

  Ever since his premature birth in 1996, Matthew Tohon has had a challenging life. Despite his physical disabilities, he doesn’t make “I can’t” a part of his vocabulary. The Linden High School senior exemplifies courage, strength,

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Manchester Township High School Bowler rolls a 300 game

Monday night, Matt Sullivan, a senior at Manchester Township, rolled a perfect 300 game in a match against Central Regional. All of his teammates rushed to his side on his final frame to congratulate him for his awesome match. Manchester Township com

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Millville High School’s Amanda Smith Scores 1,000th Career Point

  On Wednesday, Amanda Smith scored her 1,000th career point during a 63-43 home game at Millville High School. The fans were excited and ready to witness this moment from the stands. Approximately twenty friends and family came to see Smit

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Council Rock North Owns the Court with a Double Overtime Win

On Tuesday, Council Rock North’s Girls basketball started the game against Council Rock South started the game with a lineup not initially anticipated. Missing three of their started, the Indians were set back due to injury, illness, and fouls.

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Hopewell Valley Continues to Dominate in Ice Hockey

  The last several weeks Hopewell Valley has been dominating on the ice. After losing their season opener to Notre Dame, they have won 7 out of 8 games. Last year Hopewell Valley went 11-12-1 and this year they are taking what they learned fr

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Remembering Stuart Scott

      The news of the passing of Stuart Scott hit close to home at R.J. Reynolds High School on Monday. While most students across the country were coming back from winter break buzzing about holiday on goings, R.J. Reynolds

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Students in MA raise awareness with Soccerthon

  The goal was a big one and it had nothing to do with kicking a ball into a net. Nobody kept score as 27 high school students on rotating teams played a continuous 10-hour soccer game on a recent weekend overnight. Everyone was a winner.

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Archbishop Wood Bands Together to Blow Away the Competition

  The girls of Archbishop Wood’s Vikings won their bracket at the prestigious Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix on December 19th through the 22nd. Any doubts that they are rebuilding were quickly put to rest with a strong starting l

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Neshaminy Boys Basketball Team wins first ever memorial tournament

The Neshaminy Redskins Varsity Boys Basketball team participated in the first ever Deby Recupido Memorial Holiday Basketball Tournament on December 29-30 and defeated the Suburban One League American Conference rival Upper Merion 52-36 in the t

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Trained by the Best: Winter Track Clinic Offers Unique Opportunity for Athletes

  A unique opportunity is available in Utah for local track athletes to participate in a winter performance clinic. The clinic is unique specifically because it is offering training for able-bodied and para-athletes ages 13 and older. “It

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North Carolina Senior Marching in U.S. Army All-American Marching Band

  On Saturday, January 3rd, 2015, Jennifer Heiden, a senior at Green Hope High School in Cary, North Carolina, will be playing with the U.S Army All-American Marching Band. One of 125 students from across the county, Heiden has been selecte

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Spring-Ford’s Power proves he’s the one to beat, wins All-Area Cross Country Runner of the Year

For the second straight year, all eyes were on Spring-Ford distance standout, Paul Power as the man to beat. A defending Pioneer Athletic Conference Champion, Power earns his place as top running in districts and states, going undefeated in dual me

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South Salem High School Junior, Jordan Woodvine is a Force

  On the morning of September 1st, 2014, Jordan Woodvine woke to a cell phone buzzing with excitement. The 5-foot-11 the South Salem High School junior’s phone became flooded with Division I college basketball coaches trying to recruit her. Five

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Central Bucks West: Munger scores 1,000th point in win over Pennridge

For Central Bucks West senior, Nicole Munger, Tuesday’s game against Pennridge meant the opportunity to reach her 1,000-point milestone. Although she was only 12 points away from the goal, Munger didn’t want to get to celebrate until after th

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Conifer High School’s Adaptive Athletics Program Helping to Create Friendships

In Jefferson County, Colorado, Conifer High School is things a little differently. The school has created the Adaptive Athletics program, which gets students involved with students with special needs. In her junior year at Conifer, student, Taylo

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Back on my Feet: Making a Difference One Step at a Time

Founded in 2007 by Anne Mahlum, Back on My Feet is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that uses running as a tool to build self-esteem in the homeless. “We believe running instills confidence, motivation and goal-setting,” said Kristen Kouk, a sp

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A Blast from the Past: English Teacher Unearths a Part of his Students’ Childhood

When you check your mailbox at home, what do you typically find? For most, it’s a mix of junk mail and bills. In an age where technology rules, we seldom receive a hand-written letter anymore. Imagine the surprise when students received not onl

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Middle Schooler Rocks the Mat and the Mic

Karen Lunsford knows what it’s like to be a concerned parent. As a parent who wants nothing than to see her child thrive, she was shocked when her precious son was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. Karen and her family did not have the time

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Hollis Belger Wins Sports Feel Good Story of the Year

Winner of the 2014 Sports Feel Good Story of the Year, Hollis Belger was awarded $500 for her submission. Submitted by her mother, Allison, Belger’s story showcases the 9-year olds daily soccer juggling using only her feet, while holding a fund

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Cheltenham High School Cross Country Coach Writes a Book

  “The team never needs an individual but the individual always needs a team” are words that Coach Tom Sexton lives by. At 76 years old, he has been coaching cross country at Cheltenham High School since 1966. Sexton is a man who has

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Charlie Davies: After 5 Years, Soccer Player Gets a Second Chance

Five years ago, one night changed Charlie Davie’s life forever. Just two days before a big U.S. game, the 23-year old Soccer star accepted a ride home from a bar from someone he did not know was intoxicated. "At one second, I think I'm playing

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Sports Journalist Without Sight Overcomes Obstacles

Most would say that sports are a completely visual experience, but one of the most important aspects of Radio and TV broadcasting comes from the announcer. Being from the Philadelphia area, the voice of the Philadelphia Phillies, Harry Kalas,

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Pennsbury Falcon’s Superfan Wears his Team on his Hair

David Schilling is a die-hard fan of Pennsbury football. With his bright orange Mohawk, the 16-year old certainly stands out from the rest of the crowd. David was born with cerebral palsy, a disorder of the muscles that affects body movement and

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PIAA Class AAAA Semifinal Preview: Wilson vs. Pine-Richland

  For every Lancaster-Lebanon League team but Wilson, this weekend marks the start of the winter sports season. Everyone else is turning their attention to basketball, wrestling or the other indoor sports, the Bulldogs are still playing

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Drum Line’s Trip Turns into National Surprise

The Drum Line of Grant Union High School in Sacramento, California beats to the mantra, “Not following the paths of others.” Like any other drum line, their goal is to provide music at football games. It serves as an extra-curricular activity

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Ky. High School Football Team Wins Playoff Game On Miracle Double-Tipped Touchdown

Owensboro (Ky.) High School- Down three with just six seconds and 61 yards to go,the team quarterback Nick Locher launched the ball down the field. Unfortunately the ball was thrown straight at a North Oldham defensive player; Fortunately for Ow

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Kayla Montgomery: Pushing the limits of MS

Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating disease which can disrupt and even block the nerve signals that flow between the brain and lower body and can cause complete numbness, problems with vision, balance, muscle control, and other basic body functi

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Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Give a dog a meatball and gain a friend for life.

As we approach the day of giving “thanks,” I can personally say how thankful I am for my dogs. Our four-legged friends are not only companions, but they are part of our families. When you are having a bad day, they are there for you. They don

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Two Time Plane Crash Survivor Bounces Back and Fulfills a Dream

"I can hear their voices in my head. When I face a difficult situation I can hear my dad guiding me. That's really all I strived to do my whole life ... to honor him with my life,” said Austin Hatch, of how he copes with the tragedy. In 2003, A

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McFarland, USA: Kevin Costner Aims to Inspire

With the holiday season approaching, the box office is looking to cash in with a barrage of heart-warming films. One that may stand out for movie-goers is the inspirational Disney sports film directed by Niki Caro called McFarland USA. Disney has rel

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Jennifer Bricker: Gymnast Born Without Legs

  Aerialist, High school tumbling state champion, competitor in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), a performer in Britney Spears’ world tour, and motivational speaker. These are notable, even impossible accomplishments for any human bein

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Christiana Students Host Second-Annual Special Olympics Basketball Competition

Students at Christiana High School were taught valuable life lessons that cannot be learned in the classroom. Christiana High School, located in Newark, Delaware, is filled with an awesome bunch of students. On November 13th, 2014, 100 student volunt

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9 Inches of Snow at NXN Northwest 2014 Did Not Defeat Runners

Boise, Idaho area accumulated a total of 9 inches of snow over a 48-hour period, right before the Nike Cross Northwest Regionals on Saturday, November 14th. The course proved to be more than interesting for the runners of the NXN course at Eagle Isl

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Cardinal Spellman Principal Runs 100 Miles to Inspire Students and Raise Money

Dan O’Keefe is the Principal of Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx, New York and committed to run 100 miles around the school’s track to raise money for school programs, as well as inspire the student body to do something big. “I want t

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Truman Defends its Title in Univest’s Caring for Sports Giveaway

Univest is Committed to Local, so much so that they created a Committed to Local Giving Program in 2012. After the economic downturn, Univest realized that the communities it services needed help. The not- for-profit program is designed to support th

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Coach Parker: An Angel Gives Young Detroit Football Player a Second Chance

Most teenagers’ lives revolve around friends, school, and anything that’s trending. They do not worry about where they are going to sleep or when they are going to eat next. Sadly, there are over 1.5 million young people who are homeless in the U

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Win Moves Quakertown Futher Into Playoffs

After much anticipation, Quakertown and Pennridge finally faced off to open the District One Class 4A playoffs.  In a game going all the way down to the wire, Quakertown was able to overcome the Rams 14-10 for its first playoff victory ever.

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Terminally ill college basketball player gets her wish

Almost one year ago on November 20th, 2013, student, Lauren Hill, then a senior at Lawrenceburg High School in Indiana, began feeling ill. She started to experience symptoms which Doctors ultimately diagnosed as Diffused Intrinsic Pontine Gliom

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Northeast Ohio High School Recreates Lebron James Nike Video

The new Nike commercial featuring Lebron James has been more than inspiring to communities around the nation.  The is especially the case in Northeast Ohio. The video sparked an idea for the Rockey Rover High School football team, where they

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9/11 and the Healing Impact of Sports

It is hard to find anyone who doesn’t remember where he or she was when two jumbo jets struck the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001, bringing a collective shock to the country and the world. How could this happen? Who would

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As football season approaches, remember to stay hydrated!

It can’t be said enough how critical it is for high school athletes to be thoroughly tested for any preexisting medical conditions that may inhibit them from participating in a sport. Too often have athletes been given the “green light” to part

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DigitalSports Internship Mission! (Due 6/14)

Intern Mission: Interview sports radio host or program manager! (Due Date: Saturday, 6/14/14) For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists to interview a local sports radio host or program manager. J

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DigitalSports Internship Task! (Due 5/31)

Best Memories! (Due Date: Saturday, 5/31/14) Due to the holiday and short week, there will not be a DigitalSports Internship Mission. Instead, we want you to put together a short piece on your best memories for this shcool year. In as man

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DigitalSports Internship Mission of the Week! (Due 5/24)

Intern Mission: Coach of the Year! (Due Date: Saturday, 5/24/14) For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists to write about who they think is the school's Coach of the Year! Journalists: One of t

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DigitalSports Internship Mission of the Week!

Intern Mission: College-bound athlete interview (Due Date: Saturday, 5/17/14) For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists to interview an athlete at their school that will be taking his/her talents to college.

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DigitalSports Internship Mission of the Week! (Due 5/10)

Intern Mission: "We've got spirit, yes we do!" (Due Date: Saturday, 5/10/14) For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists/photojournalists to define school spirit through words and photos. Journalists/

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DigitalSports Internship Mission of the Week! (Due 5/3)

Intern Mission: Five Reasons Sports Are Important (Due Date: Saturday, 5/3/14) For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists to give us five (5) reasons why sports are important for high schools and high

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DigitalSports Internship Mission of the Week! (Due 4/26)

Intern Mission: Take a fan photo (Due Date: Saturday, 4/26/14) For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists/photojournalists to capture fan reactions during a game. Journalists/Photojournalists:

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