For the past two baseball seasons at George Washington High School, head coach and athletic director Ken Geiser always maintained that you could never have too many Scott Sileys on your team.
The old adage states that the only two guarantees in life are death and taxes. If there was room to add a third proclamation, it might state, “Death, taxes and, come early June, the Public League will lose its first and only Carpenter Cup contest.”
If your cable provider is a Comcast SportsNet carrier, then odds are you’ve seen Corey Seidman on your television screen.
The days leading up to Feb. 16 were business as usual for Vince Capizzi and the Archbishop Ryan softball program.
Unlike many recent college graduates, Brian O’Grady will have no problem finding his first real-world job. He’ll also have a strong head start in racking up more frequent flyer miles than his peers.
With all of the supporters he has, having an uninterrupted conversation with Chris Reid is no easy task.
To hear Tom Bayer and his two best friends from the Father Judge wrestling team tell it, the night of March 21 was like any other.
If you happened to walk by Ken Geiser these days, he wouldn’t fault you for not recognizing him.
If the recent film The Silver Linings Playbook taught moviegoers anything about life, it’s that there’s always one to be found somewhere.
The George Washington, Franklin Towne Charter and Philadelphia Academy Charter baseball teams advanced to the Public League baseball postseason semifinals this week. Here’s how they got there: