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    Everybody hits: Washington baseball finds its stride

    Ishmael Bracy said that when his team is hitting, it’s contagious. If so, the rest of the Public League could get very sick.

    PACS baseball making itself at home in Pub’s ‘A’ Division

    Given how far the baseball program has come at Philadelphia Academy Charter School (PACS) in the last decade, it’s going to take more than a bad game or two for panic to set in for Jack Smith.

    Good vibrations

    Following a loss in last year’s Public League title game, Franklin Towne Charter is a team on a mission. They currently sit atop the league’s ‘A’ Division.

    Before Franklin Towne Charter’s home baseball game against Nueva Esperanza on Friday, the American Legion field at Devereaux and Hegerman streets more closely resembled a dance floor. 

    Pioneer pups

    Following a third straight league title, Frankford baseball is left with nothing but freshmen and sophomores. Head coach Juan Namnun isn’t complaining.

    In the moments before Monday afternoon’s Public League Division A baseball contest against visiting GAMP, a Frankford player sheepishly approached a visiting reporter while holding some athletic tape in his hands. 

    Trending upward

    After an 11-0 showing in Division B a season ago, Lincoln baseball has risen back to the Public League’s top division. They plan on staying put.

    John Larsen remembers the darker days, so forgive him for not allowing his sky to fall following two consecutive losses.

    It must be a sign

    Paul Thiergartner is hearing impaired. Thanks to a G.W. lacrosse teammate who knows sign language, he’s fitting right in with the Eagles.

    What are the odds?

    A Storm is coming

    On the surface, every single thing about Stormy Baver is fascinating, from her softball playing credentials all the way down to her unique name.

    Public League baseball vet leads Northeast

    If the Public League had a mayor, Joe Fite might be able to run unopposed.

    Winter winners close book on basketball season

    We’ve officially entered the third week of March, and wouldn’t you know it: there’s still snow covering lawns and car windshields throughout the Delaware Valley. While everybody is impatiently waiting for spring to arrive, the (hopeful) final snowstorm of the year is a perfect time to take a final look back on an action-packed basketball season in the Northeast.