It’s been 10 years since my best friend died, yet I can still remember how awful his jump shot was because it was nearly as horrific as mine.
Before they put together the greatest season in school history, the Nazareth Academy softball team was asked to think of a slogan for the 2013 campaign.
Father Judge High School has announced the hiring of James Lynch — and not James Murphy, as printed in the June 12 edition of the Northeast Times — as the school’s new athletic director beginning on July 17.
Archbishop Ryan graduate Eric Frain helped bring a national baseball title to Gloucester County College.
Former college All-American returns home to the Northeast for his annual lacrosse camp.
Though the result was familiar, everything about this Public League baseball championship seemed different.
To understand the strides Franklin Towne Charter’s baseball program has made this season, one need look no further than Stephen Callahan’s broken nose.
As a steady rain began to fall in the seventh inning of Thursday’s Public League softball championship game, spectators scattered toward their cars in an attempt to dodge the downpour.
Franklin Towne Charter overcame a four-run deficit to claim its first Public League softball championship.
There was a brief time, probably somewhere around the evening of April 19, when Juan Namnun thought his Frankford baseball team might be doomed.