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Ryan armed with experience

No longer the down-in-the-dumps team from the past, the Raiders appear poised for a promising 2013. 


All the Wright stuff

Former Washington baseball star is bound for the Hill School with hopes of ultimately ending up at West Point.  


Lady in the water

Little Flower’s Ally McHugh has been swimming since she was a year old. Entering her junior year, the record breaker is not slowing down.  


Call it a comeback

He was an assistant at Northeast High from 1998-2008. Now, Phil Gormley is back on the Vikings gridiron. And this time he's running the show. 


Play ball

Local Wiffle ball enthusiasts hold a daylong tournament in the Northeast. The backyard skills on the diamond raised more than $600 for charity. 


Living the dream

Leigh Ann Costanzo, a former softball player at St. Hubert and Holy Family, has spent time on a different field the last two years as a Phillies ball girl at Citizens Bank Park.


Words of wisdom

Porfirio Barrera tells a tale of triumph on the field and torment off it while chronicling the 1991 George Washington football season in his debut book When Winning Hurts. 


Leading the Crusade

Father Judge's new youthful athletic director believes that age is just a number. 


Local stars have a chance to shine at Keystone Games

Area high school baseball players are bound for Harrisburg for the Keystone Games, the “largest multi-sport event in the state.”


A big hit

Somerton's Greg Olenski is having a heck of a summer in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League. The former University of Maryland player and Holy Ghost Prep product will transfer to the University of Delaware in the fall.