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    Ragdolls armed and dangerous entering 2014

    Despite winning 21 of its 23 games in 2013, what the Archbishop Ryan girls soccer team remembers most about how last season ended is the quiet dejection.


    Thrice as nice?

    A returning roster full of youth and uncertainty hasn’t diminshed Frankford’s hunger for football glory.

    If Will Doggett is fretting over the fact that his returning Frankford Pioneers football team is largely young and inexperienced, then he’s doing a fantastic job of masking it.


    Thrice as nice?

    A returning roster full of youth and uncertainty hasn’t diminshed Frankford’s hunger for football glory.

    If Will Doggett is fretting over the fact that his returning Frankford Pioneers football team is largely young and inexperienced, then he’s doing a fantastic job of masking it.


    Ragdolls armed and dangerous entering 2014

    Despite winning 21 of its 23 games in 2013, what the Archbishop Ryan girls soccer team remembers most about how last season ended is the quiet dejection.


    Youth movement

    Despite losing 14 seniors to graduation, Father Judge soccer coach John Dunlop is ready to defend the Crusaders’ PCL crown.

    With summer training camp less than a week away, John Dunlop is so fired up for the start of the 2014 soccer season that you’d half expect him to take the field with his players.


    Youth movement

    Despite losing 14 seniors to graduation, Father Judge soccer coach John Dunlop is ready to defend the Crusaders’ PCL crown.

    With summer training camp less than a week away, John Dunlop is so fired up for the start of the 2014 soccer season that you’d half expect him to take the field with his players.


    Band of brothers

    It’s been a summer to remember at Liberty Bell, where chemistry off the field has led to wins — a lot of wins — on the baseball diamond.

    When Ken Hoffman was asked what he’ll cherish most about his 16- to 18-year-old Liberty Bell Youth Organization baseball team when the season wraps up soon, his answer had nothing to do with wins and losses.


    Band of brothers

    It’s been a summer to remember at Liberty Bell, where chemistry off the field has led to wins — a lot of wins — on the baseball diamond.

    When Ken Hoffman was asked what he’ll cherish most about his 16- to 18-year-old Liberty Bell Youth Organization baseball team when the season wraps up soon, his answer had nothing to do with wins and losses.