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Girls soccer team talk of the Towne following three-peat

With the waning seconds ticking away in Monday night’s Public League girls soccer championship, a handful of eager young male fans ran excitedly through the bleachers at Northeast High School wearing just their undergarments. After all that this Franklin Towne Charter group has given the school the last three years, supporters must be running out of ways to thank head coach Brianna O’Donnell’s team.


Ragdolls crowned champs

Over the course of a storybook season like this one, there are no singular heroes. In establishing such a standard of excellence, stars reveal themselves on the field of play just as they might when shooting across the night sky.


Sophomore Ceno helps Crusaders cruise onward

Kevin Ceno always dreamed of this moment. He just didn’t think it would come so soon.


Little Flower soccer comes up just short in semifinals

Sentinels suffer 1-0 semifinals loss to Archbishop Wood

In a tight first half between underdog Little Flower and league juggernaut Archbishop Wood, there was a sense that the first goal scored might be the only one.


Egenlauf’s hat trick pushes Ragdolls to cusp of championship

The senior forward scored three goals in a 4-0 semifinal win over Lansdale Catholic.

As a senior on the highly-successful Archbishop Ryan girls soccer team that’s lost just one regular season game in the last two years, Briana Egenlauf doesn’t have much left to check off her bucket list before graduation.


N.E. well-repped for ‘blue-collar’ Roman Catholic soccer

Northeast Philadelphia always has had a reputation of being a blue-collar part of town, and its citizens know they must work painstakingly hard for everything that comes their way.


Ryan soccer kick-starts toward future

Even with the loss of 17 seniors and the only head coach the Archbishop Ryan soccer program has ever known, Jared Ott never once considered spending his senior season elsewhere. 


Backup QB Kovacs shines in Judge loss

Call it constructive competition. Call it unconditional support.


Panther Pride

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


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.