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That winning feeling

When Elianel Mejia met with Northeast coach Tom Juhas, he knew the Vikings had potential for a great year. They’re living up to it.

Power hitter

Katie Olszewski is a slugger, both on the Franklin Towne Charter softball field and in the boxing ring this summer.

Home, sweet home

Pete Comas started his high school career at St. Joseph’s Prep, but after transferring to Archbishop Ryan before his junior year, the two-sport star is feeling much more comfortable.

PACs a punch

Call them good cop, bad cop.

Local excellence

The Times announces winners to be honored at the Northeast Sports Awards Banquet. 

Well armed

Ishmael Bracy doesn’t remember exactly when he first became a baseball fan, but he knows why he became one.

Leader on, off the field

Josh Pagan mentors younger students at Frankford. He does the same for his Pioneer teammates.

Glove of the game runs in the Hoch family

If you’re the youngest of nine children, you’re going to pick up things from your older siblings.

Ready to assist

Megan Wolf has quite an athletic resume.

Playing dirty

When she’s hanging with mom, she’s a princess, but when it’s time to play ball, Georgia O’Conner is one of the best.