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Local teams could be major contenders

Although the four local girls squads hailing from the Philadelphia Catholic League and Catholic Academies League have very different strengths and strategies, there seems to be one common theme shared on the hardwood this winter — youth. 


Calling the shots

George Washington’s Kathy Paul, who coaches the Eagles’ varsity field hockey, bowling and softball teams, is bringing her expertise to the basketball court.


The most wonderful time of the year

’Tis the season for winter basketball, and with it comes The Northeast Times’ annual basketball preview.


Fly Eagles fly

Just weeks after helping the Eagles claim a Public League title on the football field, Truitt is teaming up with George Washington’s basketball squad.


Leader of the pack

If the Archbishop Ryan High School boys basketball team was any scrappier, they’d probably be stripped for parts and sold at the local junkyard.


Northeast excellence

Here’s a look at fall-season football and soccer athletes who will be honored at the 27th annual Northeast Sports Awards Banquet.


Raider revival

After winning just three football games over the past three seasons, Archbishop Ryan dominated Public League champs George Washington on Thanksgiving Day.


A tasty triumph

The Vikings capped off a mediocre season with a big win on Thanksgiving, feasting upon Central for their seventh consecutive Turkey Day victory.


Crusaders gobble up another Turkey Day win

The game plan for Father Judge High School was to run the ball against Abraham Lincoln in last week’s Thanksgiving Day football matchup.


Grand finale

After a disappointing fall in the Public League championship, Frankford made sure its season ended on a high note.