Sports Features

Shore of themselves

Two South Philly friends and a Marconi product generated money for children in need and relatives of fallen first responders through a 65-mile bike ride.

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He can work it out

A Lower Moyamensing native has enhanced his physique and resolve through award-winning bodybuilding endeavors.

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Willing spirits

The EOM Angels eight-and-under softball club collected a crown in the Garden State.

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Cradling his craving

A Girard Estate resident reveled in a chance to participate in a Central European-situated lacrosse tournament.

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The patience of the Saints

A year after falling in the final, an East Passyunk Crossing baseball team claimed a state championship. 

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Getting a Greg up

Greg Grandelli has always believed there are bountiful benefits to playing baseball, with the ability to bond with similarly ambitious figures among the biggest.

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There are bases I remember

Stephen Pagano definitely delights in his life as a local yet does not deem an occasional escape a betrayal of his boundaries.

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The quietest of the quintet

When the baseball team from Ss. Neumann-Goretti High School, 1736 S. 10th St., entered the playoffs as the fifth seed, many followers of Catholic League action must have thought this would serve as the season in which the Saints’ dominance would end.

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Neumann-Goretti’s Townsend shy yet spry

Sydni Townsend loves to craft fantasy, sci-fi, and fan fiction pieces, believing that writing helps her to explore the depth of her creative potential.

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Crown princes of baseball

After a somewhat frustrating handling of the first two-thirds of their Catholic League slate, the Saints, 1736 S. 10th St., registered four consecutive wins, the last coming Monday with a 3-1 triumph over Archbishop Carroll.

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