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For the love of the game

“We went from a 'Where did they come from?' team to one that, I think, people take seriously now.” — Ryan senior Tim Taylor on the school's emerging lacrosse program.


Golden arm

— Erica Ragazzone is on a mission to get St. Hubert to its sixth consecutive Catholic League softball title game.



Larger than life

— Jahri Evans, NFL star and Frankford alum, returned to his alma mater on Saturday for his fourth annual free football camp.


Mayfair's Gibson reinvents herself at St. Basil

— An injury ended Samantha Gibson's pitching career; now she's at first base, and she also helps in her community.


Spring into action

— Here's a look at the spring and annual award winners who will be honored at the 27th annual Northeast Sports Awards Banquet on May 16.



Local boxer fights demons to return to the ring

— A short time ago, local boxer Brian “Wildman” Donahue was addicted to painkillers and living on the streets. Now, he's back where he belongs: inside a boxing ring.


Dynamic Duo

“I realize my responsibility for this school goes beyond baseball. I've always wanted to make something of my time here.” — Lincoln second baseman Kevin Johnson.


Ryan seniors savoring one last championship run

“It's our last year, so we're not taking any shortcuts. We're treating every practice and game like it's our last one.” — Archbishop Ryan softball co-captain Megan Wolf on the team's seniors.