Northeast Times

 Articles by Ed Morrone

Ragdolls poised for PCL repeat

Needless to say, last softball season was anything but normal for Archbishop Ryan.

Running the court

The Times takes a look at the basketball winners to be honored at this year’s Northeast Sports Awards Banquet. 

Heavy Northeast influence helps St. Basil to state win

Sophomore forward Natalie Kucowski, a Mayfair native, scored seven points, grabbed 10 rebounds, blocked five shots and dished four assists in an opening-round state playoff win over Philadelphia Academy Charter.

The Iron Throne

Father Judge senior rower Pete Blumenstein recently became the first member of the school’s Iron Crusader Club.  

Building a Union

John McCarthy is living the dream. The Mayfair native recently signed a deal with the Philadelphia Union as a goalie.   

Washington falls short of states in loss to La Salle

In a battle for the final District XII Class AAAA state playoff berth, La Salle ran away from the Eagles in the second half. 

Washington prepares for upcoming shot at states

George Washington basketball came up short in the program’s quest for its first-ever Public League title. 

Nazareth Academy hoops falls in district quarterfinals

John Turner knew it would take the world to beat Gwynedd Mercy and have his Nazareth Academy basketball team advance. And although it didn’t come close to happening, this particular Pandas squad still means the world to their coach.

A breath of fresh air

Led by freshman phenom Kaelyn Dougherty, the St. Hubert swim program continues to prove that it is on the upswing.  

Parkwood’s Brown helps guide Wood by Ryan in PCL semis

Despite a fantastic defensive effort from the Ragdolls, Archbishop Wood advanced to the Catholic League girls basketball championship game with a 39-34 victory.