When Thursday night’s Catholic League girls soccer semifinals come around and Little Flower’s David steps on to the field to face the mighty Goliath of Archbishop Ryan at 7 p.m., Casey Brown knows nobody will give her team much of a chance to win.
In sports, the concept of deja vu sometimes has a cosmic way of spinning full circle.
Keith Kerrin leapt excitedly so high into the air that it’s a surprise his shoes didn’t fall off.
On a cold and rainy afternoon in Bensalem, Jazmin Gonzalez was feeling generous.
Taking a look at Father Judge soccer goalie Mark Pohl, it’s not uncommon to wonder if he should instead be suiting up for Mike McKay’s Crusader football team.
On Friday afternoon, one of the best quarterbacks in Frankford football history took in his alma mater’s division game against Central on the sideline as a spectator. Tim DiGiorgio had to like what he saw from one of the youngest signal callers the hallowed program has ever seen.
Fractured shins, a torn ACL and multiple shoulder surgeries. Sprained ankles, a broken foot and mononucleosis. Suffice to say, the six senior captains for the Nazareth Academy soccer team have experienced it all together, from the highest peaks to the lowest valleys.
For most people, playing pool doesn’t venture far beyond horsing around in dimly-lit dive bars and smoke-filled taprooms.
For Ron Cohen and George Hubbard, Friday night’s football result made for the happiest of birthdays.
Some professional football fans treat field goals, extra points and kickoffs as a break in the action, an opportunity to take a bathroom break or a trip to the fridge.