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Council Rock North took home the league trophy at the Suburban One League Patriot Division boys swimming championships, held on Friday night at CR North.Council Rock South actually won the …

CR North girls capture league trophy

When it was all over, it was the squad from Council Rock North standing atop the podium with the trophy at the Suburban One League Patriot Division girls swimming championships, held on Saturday at …

Alyssa Bean and Alicia Yerkes have high hopes. They and their Archbishop Wood teammates are getting ready for the Philadelphia Catholic League and District 12 Class 2A championship swim meets and …

Is Central Bucks West getting its Cinderella practice in? The No. 6 Bucks beat No. 3 Bensalem and No. 2 Central Bucks East, both on the road, to reach the finals of Tuesday’s SOL Tournament at Holy …

The Delaware Valley University Aggies have harvested from their own garden. On Jan. 26, DelVal named Mike Isgro ’10 as its 17th head football coach. “I love being around football. I grew up with …

Brett Manney has called it a career. The former Newtown resident announced his retirement from the Albany FireWolves of the National Lacrosse League, ending a 14-year playing career.

Two battles for the Central Bucks East ice hockey team have resulted in ties this season. One of them – against unbeaten league leader Pennridge – was awesome. The other – not so much.

Quakertown tries to finish strong

The Quakertown Panthers checked a lot of boxes last Wednesday night in their crossover at New-Hope Solebury. 61-24 winners in a game whose original Jan. 19 scheduling was snowed out, the Panthers not …

The future looks bright for the South Hunterdon Regional girls basketball team. But right now, there are some growing pains, and they are very aware of that. The host Eagles fell to non-league opponent …

Kirby Mooney became William Tennent’s all-time leading scorer last Friday night, in the Panthers’ 70-59 win over New Hope-Solebury. The 6-foot-3 senior had tied the mark – at 1,343 points – …

The William Tennent swim team is small but spirited. The Panthers ended the Suburban One League Freedom Division regular season with a double dual meet at Springfield Township on Thursday.

Faith Christian’s Gauge Botero and Pennridge’s Cole Coffin have both rediscovered the meaning of trusting in themselves on the mats. Botero, a returning state champion, has successfully battled …

Not content to have run perhaps the best marathon of his career, Josh Izewski saw the finish line clock at the United States Olympic Men’s Marathon Trials Saturday and quickly did the math.

Archbishop Wood did not take the floor on Friday in Warminster with a true big. It didn’t matter. In a matchup of the final two unbeaten teams in Philadelphia Catholic League play, the host Vikings …

The annual double dual meet between Central Bucks West and Central Bucks South is one of the highlights of the swim season for both teams. This year was no different. The two met on Friday night in a …

The outcome of a lengthy break from running can be like a coin toss. Sometimes it comes up heads and you can be faster. Or that tumbling disc lands the other way and you don’t. Yardley’s Morgan Leh …

Pennridge (14-0-1) stayed unbeaten last Wednesday with its 7-4 win over North Penn. Four different Rams helped to build a 4-0 lead – that nearly evaporated in the second period after the Knights …

Maria Kesisoglou and Louden Foff have taken the plunge into high school swimming. The pair both attend New Hope-Solebury, which does not have a swim team, so they are both in their first year of …

It hasn’t been the season the Palisades boys basketball team had hoped for. Following the departure of first-year head coach Bob Musantry, who resigned after the team’s 2-15 start and the recent …

The Quakertown girls basketball team defeated Wissahickon 45-36 Tuesday in a Suburban One League Liberty Division game at Quakertown. The Panthers were paced on Senior Night by senior Ava Pistone, who …

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