NEW YORK — It’s just past 4 p.m. on the first day of the NFL Draft, and inside Room 410 of Midtown Manhattan’s InterContinental Barclay Hotel, Sharrif Floyd is receiving the royal treatment.
— The George Washington Eagles vs. the Frankford Pioneers: A gridiron contest that withstands the test of time.
“There's always butterflies. It's an exciting time. I guess the day you don't get excited, it's telling you something.” — Washington head coach Ron Cohen on his nerves before season-opening games.
— After too long of a layoff, one of the best times of the year in the Northeast is upon us — football season.
— Irv Sigler, a former Washington football star, has overcome adversity to earn an induction into the Bloomsburg Football Hall of Fame.
— The Wright Family has had quite an impact on George Washington High School's athletics. Brothers Jon and Zach played baseball and lacrosse; now, they support the younger Jake and Luke in their baseball endeavors.
— Doubters said Aaron Wilmer could no longer play quarterback after a storied career at George Washington. They were wrong.
After winning just three football games over the past three seasons, Archbishop Ryan dominated Public League champs George Washington on Thanksgiving Day.
“It’s always an exciting opportunity for us to play a great opponent like La Salle, and there’s no shame in losing to such a quality team. That said, it is hard for us to stack up against them.” — Washington coach Ron Cohen