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SFBN continues to highlight high school talent

The foundation started in Northeast High School.

Animal instincts

When he’s not taming the competition on the Archbishop Ryan football field, Dylan Dopkin is caring for his numerous pets — including four dogs, guinea pigs, mice and frogs — at his Northeast home.

Ready for a repeat

Archbishop Ryan sophomore goalie Devon McDonald is headed into her first year as the defending champs’ varsity goaltender.

Local squads boast plenty of talent

Last year had a little bit of everything.

King for the Crusaders

“Whatever I can do to move the ball, I’ll do. I want to win, and I want to do whatever I can to do that. If that means running, I’ll run. If that means throwing, I’ll throw.” — Father Judge quarterback Rob King 

All in the family

Jaquan Amos grew up watching his brother, Tyrik Clary, compete on the Northeast High School football field. Now it’s his time to shine for the Vikings. 

Youth hockey players hit the ice at Wells Fargo

Face off: Several hundred local youth ice hockey players recently competed in a series of all-star games at the Wells Fargo Center. The boys, ages 4-15, were invited to play by Ed Snider, CEO of Comcast Spectacor. State Sen. John Sabatina Jr. (D-5th dist.) dropped the opening puck for the Torresdale Hockey Club all-star game. Joining him in the ceremony were hockey club director Joel Schriver (right) and players Danny Mackley (left), Olivia Schriver (second from right) and Brian Christy (center). 

Strength in numbers

Last season, the Father Judge High School soccer squad lost several players to injuries. Now, the Crusaders are back in full force and ready to score big. 

Respecting his roots

New Orleans Saints lineman Jahri Evans is entering his 10th season in the NFL, but the Frankford graduate still has strong ties to his hometown. 

Local soccer squads could be major contenders

The Northeast is always a hotbed for soccer.