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    Ragdolls dedicate season to fallen coach Hafele

    While nothing is a given in the Philadelphia Catholic League, this much is certain: the Archbishop Ryan softball team is playing this season with heavy hearts.

    Ragdolls dedicate season to fallen coach Hafele

    While nothing is a given in the Philadelphia Catholic League, this much is certain: the Archbishop Ryan softball team is playing this season with heavy hearts.

    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.

    The local elite

    Members of the Montco Select soccer squad will travel to Ireland this summer to compete in the prestigious weeklong Emerald Cup.

    Hailed as the world’s greatest sporting event, the quadrennial World Cup of men’s soccer will be over by the time July 27 rolls along. But for a group of girls soccer players from the Northeast, the international adventure will be just starting.

    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.

    Displaying history

    Flyered up: The Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame currently has a display marking the 40th anniversary of the Philadelphia Flyers’ first Stanley Cup championship victory. The display is also part of the 85th birthday of Spike’s Trophies, at 2701 Grant Ave. There is various memorabilia displayed in connection with the Flyers championship team, including signed champagne bottles, skates, kneepads and hockey sticks. PHOTOS BY MARIA POUCHNIKOVA

    Displaying history

    Flyered up: The Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame currently has a display marking the 40th anniversary of the Philadelphia Flyers’ first Stanley Cup championship victory. The display is also part of the 85th birthday of Spike’s Trophies, at 2701 Grant Ave. There is various memorabilia displayed in connection with the Flyers championship team, including signed champagne bottles, skates, kneepads and hockey sticks. PHOTOS BY MARIA POUCHNIKOVA

    The local elite

    Members of the Montco Select soccer squad will travel to Ireland this summer to compete in the prestigious weeklong Emerald Cup.

    Hailed as the world’s greatest sporting event, the quadrennial World Cup of men’s soccer will be over by the time July 27 rolls along. But for a group of girls soccer players from the Northeast, the international adventure will be just starting.

    From the NFL to Northeast Philly

    Following your dreams: Justin Pugh, a Bucks County native who now plays for the New York Giants, visits St. Jerome’s School to speak to kids about creating goals and following them during an assembly on March 28.

    What can’t she do?

    Little Flower senior Jenna Markocki has mastered the art of multitasking. She’s an All-Catholic on the diamond, an ace student in the classroom and works two after-school jobs.

    As coaches across all levels will tell you, some athletes just have “it.” The “it factor” can mean a lot of things, but in most cases it tends to be an amalgam of exemplary leadership on the field and fantastic character displayed off it.

    New class inducted into North Catholic Soccer Hall of Fame

    The North Catholic Soccer Alumni Association inducted its 7th Hall of Fame class during a March 30 ceremony at Romano’s Catering.

    New class inducted into North Catholic Soccer Hall of Fame

    The North Catholic Soccer Alumni Association inducted its 7th Hall of Fame class during a March 30 ceremony at Romano’s Catering.

    From the NFL to Northeast Philly

    Following your dreams: Justin Pugh, a Bucks County native who now plays for the New York Giants, visits St. Jerome’s School to speak to kids about creating goals and following them during an assembly on March 28.

    Little Flower swimming celebrates banner year

    It was a season for the record books for Little Flower swimming.

    Little Flower swimming celebrates banner year

    It was a season for the record books for Little Flower swimming.

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