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Panther Pride

Regardless of the sport, many athletes ask about their statistics after a game.


Vo, Willett lead Nazareth Academy tennis turnaround

Shakir Willett has been playing tennis since her days as a middle schooler in Bellport, N.Y., and she’s never seen a student-athlete with more poise and determination than Alex Vo.


The comeback kid

After a broken wrist derailed his 2012 season, Marquis Seamon is healthy again for white-hot Father Judge — and he’s got plenty of help.

Last year, Marquis Seamon flew to Ireland for a football game and returned home with a season-ending fractured wrist as his souvenir. 


Thompkins a natural born leader for Railsplitters

In the back row of an exhausted and exhilarated group of football players was Devon Thompkins.


Ragdolls’ reign atop the Catholic League continuing

In 2012, the Archbishop Ryan girls soccer team didn’t lose its first game of the season until Nov. 6. It was the Ragdolls’ only blemish of the season, a 1-0 first round state tournament defeat at the hands of Central Bucks West.


Pioneer punch

For Frankford football, three lopsided non-league losses to open the 2013 campaign now seem like ancient history.


All in the family

For Northeast soccer, two Feldman’s are better than one

Like anyone recently retired from a career they spent decades in, Sam Feldman found himself looking for something to do. When he couldn’t come up with anything substantial, the former boys soccer coach at Northeast High School reached for the familiar.


A Golden opportunity

Ryan football not panicking after loss to La Salle

As the blowout victories continued to mount in the first month of the season, so too did the confidence and expectations of Archbishop Ryan football supporters.


Crusaders score fourth consecutive win

If a jogger happened to have passed Upper Darby High School as two football teams exited the field on Saturday afternoon, he or she wouldn’t have been able to determine who had won the game.


Shane Kelly’s name lives on through soccer

Shane Kelly loved good soccer. Even beyond that, he was consumed by the sport’s ability to bring people together.