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.
Here’s a look at fall-season football and soccer athletes who will be honored at the 27th annual Northeast Sports Awards Banquet.
After winning just three football games over the past three seasons, Archbishop Ryan dominated Public League champs George Washington on Thanksgiving Day.
The Vikings capped off a mediocre season with a big win on Thanksgiving, feasting upon Central for their seventh consecutive Turkey Day victory.
The game plan for Father Judge High School was to run the ball against Abraham Lincoln in last week’s Thanksgiving Day football matchup.
After a disappointing fall in the Public League championship, Frankford made sure its season ended on a high note.
Four Catholic League championships.
“It’s always an exciting opportunity for us to play a great opponent like La Salle, and there’s no shame in losing to such a quality team. That said, it is hard for us to stack up against them.” — Washington coach Ron Cohen
Nazareth Academy senior Melanie Kalesse accepted a full scholarship to attend Siena College next year. She’ll play softball for the D-1 Saints.
For years, Archbishop Ryan’s football team has been near the bottom of the Catholic League standings. The Raiders haven’t finished with a winning record since 1998.