Blue Devils boys track ready for SCH Relays

Sports March 31, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher The boys’ track team at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy will host their first major home meet of the outdoor season this Saturday morning, as most of their fellow Inter-Ac League members and several non-league teams turn up on Willow Grove Ave. for the 13th Annual SCH Relays. For the Blue Devils themselves, […]
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PC senior receives William H. Markward Memorial Basketball Club award

Sports March 31, 2014 0 Comments

The 6’2” Lafayette Hill native decided last September that he would attend Colgate University, and he signed with the Raiders in November. O’Brien played soccer for Penn Charter up through his sophomore year and was projected as a high-level Division I recruit in that sport, but he chose to devote his attention to basketball, and […]
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Mount eights deliver in second Manny Flick fling

Sports March 24, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Tweaking some of its line-ups following the first race in the Manny Flick series of scholastic rowing events, Mount St. Joseph Academy made a strong showing with its open-weight eights in the second “Flick” last Sunday. Although many boats from the traditionally strong schools raced in separate flights, the Magic finished first […]
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Area scullers shrug off cold at second Flick

Sports March 24, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Although spring had officially arrived in between the first and second installments of the Manny Flick series of crew races, it wasn’t any warmer last Sunday that it was on the opening date of March 16. Still, scullers (and a few sweep rowers) from Springside Chestnut Hill Academy and Penn Charter bundled […]
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CHC women’s lacrosse searching for success

Sports March 24, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher With Purple Knights battling Griffins on Victory Field, it sounded like something out of an animated film from the Disney studios. However, last Tuesday’s Division II lacrosse clash was serious business for the women of visiting University of Bridgeport and host Chestnut Hill College, as each team tried to put the brakes […]
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PC girls lacrosse now under Casey’s command

Sports March 24, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Host Penn Charter scored four of the first seven goals and seven of the last nine in its girls lacrosse season opener last Thursday, but the middle minutes were dominated by the visiting Friends Central Phoenix, who survived the Quakers’ late charge and recrossed the City Ave. bridge with an 18-14 victory […]
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GFS lacrosse celebrates early milestone

Sports March 24, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher The Germantown Friends School lacrosse community started the new season on a 100-goal watch for Annie Tyson, and the junior didn’t keep the Tiger faithful waiting long. In the season opener on March 14, Tyson scored four times in the first half to drive her career total into triple digits, and she […]
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