Jeff Zack, a Burlington Township graduate, was one of the Owls named to the first team. While John Leonard (Avon Grove) was named second team.
La Salle baseball coach Mike Lake added former Chestnut Hill assistant Bryan Torresani to his coaching staff.
AFL: The Soul's Kent Richardson earned 2012 RevHoney defensive back of the year honors.
"I can't think of a player more deserving of this award," said Soul head coach Doug Plank. "Kent has worked hard all season, both on and off the field, to not only better himself, but the team as well."
Richardson has had a breakout season, setting the Soul record for interceptions in a single season with 14. In just his second AFL season, Richardson tallied 80.5 total tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, 14 interceptions returned for 178 yards and two touchdowns, 15 pass breakups, four forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries.
NBA: Former NBA all-star Dan Roundfield drowned while swimming off the Caribbean island of Aruba.
Aruba police spokesman John Larmonie said Roundfield and his wife were caught in strong currents while swimming beyond a protected reef area on the southeastern tip of the island.
Roundfield helped his wife to safety but then the current swept away the 59-year-old former player.
AUTO RACING: Dodge is withdrawing from NASCAR competition at the end of the 2012 season.
The decision impacts Dodge's involvement in both the Sprint Cup Series and the Nationwide Series.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Oklahoma State center Phillip Jurick was suspended indefinitely after he pleaded not guilty to charges that he possessed marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
La Salle High's Steve Smith, a 6-foot-8, 190-pound senior forward, has made an oral commitment to play basketball at Fairfield.
SOCCER: The last-place Portland Timbers have traded starter Troy Perkins to the Montreal Impact for Donovan Ricketts in a swap of goalkeepers.
Liverpool said Uruguay striker Luis Suarez signed a new long-term contract with the club.
JURISPRUDENCE: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit found that Quinnipiac University violated Title IX by dropping its women's volleyball team and creating a new varsity competitive cheer team.
- Staff and wire reports