Northeast Times

 Articles by Ed Morrone

GW looks to future after Week 1 loss

Now into his 30th season as George Washington’s head football coach, Ron Cohen understands the rhyme and reason for these challenging early-season non-league games.

Signs of strength

Archbishop Ryan’s Jon Liguori has proven his power on and off the field. The senior recently helped his mom through a breast cancer battle.

In the moments following Saturday’s gritty season-opening win over archrival Father Judge, Frank McArdle reiterated the team’s motto to his victorious Archbishop Ryan Raiders:

Are you ready for some football?

With Week 1 of the high school football season kicking off this weekend, here’s a closer look at the seven Northeast-area programs:

Miller lands in Eagles’ nest after Frankford transfer

Isn’t it funny how things sometimes work out?

Catch him if you can

For a guy who ran for 2,055 yards and 21 touchdowns a season ago, Samir Bullock has mastered the art of being humble. That, says his head coach at Archbishop Ryan, is the measure of the man.

Paul is Glad to lead NE resurgence

With his college decision already in hand, Gladimir Paul has just one more thing to check off his bucket list: deliver Northeast its first league title in four years.

What’s in a name?

Before getting to the blazing speed that made him a two-way sensation as a Father Judge sophomore, as well as the God-given football skills that already have him on the radar of a Big Ten program, we must first talk about that name:

Nearly four decades later, McGroarty is still at it

Entering his 39th season as the head soccer coach at St. Hubert, Mick McGroarty insists that not all that much has changed.

Thrice as nice?

A returning roster full of youth and uncertainty hasn’t diminshed Frankford’s hunger for football glory.

If Will Doggett is fretting over the fact that his returning Frankford Pioneers football team is largely young and inexperienced, then he’s doing a fantastic job of masking it.

Ragdolls armed and dangerous entering 2014

Despite winning 21 of its 23 games in 2013, what the Archbishop Ryan girls soccer team remembers most about how last season ended is the quiet dejection.