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May 10, 2011 | By Mike Gibson, For The Inquirer
Barrack Hebrew got a career-high nine goals from Dani Levin and needed almost all of them to outlast visiting Del-Val Friends, 20-13, in a Tri-County League lacrosse game on Monday. Levin, a junior, also added a pair of assists for the Cougars (9-2).   Softball Edison pounded visiting CAPA, 20-5, in a Public League playoff qualifier, getting a five-hitter from Yamilet Hernandez. In other first-round qualifiers: Barb Danhardt pitched a three-hitter and Washington scored 12 first-inning runs in an 18-3 win over visiting Franklin Learning Center.
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February 26, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Barrack Hebrew swept a double header against Kohelet Monday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Center in nonleague matchups between two Jewish high schools. In the boys' game, Barrack Hebrew entered the fourth quarter down three before Corey Barnett and Ari Yosef combined to scored 15 in the fourth quarter to lift the Cougars to a 50-43 win. Barnett scored seven of his game-high 20 points in the final period and Yosef picked up eight of his 14. In the girls' matchup, Sophia Shoulson led seven Barrack Hebrew scorers with 14 points en route to a 36-21 win.   Kohelet 10 13 9 11 - 43 Barrack Hebrew 8 6 15 21 - 50 K: Blumenthal 3, Dahan 5, Kaplan 6, Lipshultz 4, Simmens 14, Zimbalest 11. BH: Or Ayash 2, Corey Barnett 20, Shawn Martin 8, Marc Meltzer 3, Jacob Reich 1, Sammy Turk Tolub 2, Ari Yosef 14.   Kohelet Yeshiva 1 5 13 2 - 21 Barrack Hebrew 6 11 10 9 - 36 BH: Lindsay Chevlin 5, Tali Glickman 4, Dria Guitereez 2, Talia Raikin 1, Maya Shapira 6, Sophia Shoulson 14, Mia Stein 4.  
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March 24, 2011
Highlights of Tuesday's contests can be found at: www.philly.com/rally Boys' Basketball PIAA TOURNAMENT State Class AAAA Semifinals Chester 73, Plymouth Whitemarsh 50 Mount Lebanon 52, Penn Wood 48 (OT) State Class AA Semifinals Greensburg Central Catholic 64, Monessen 61 Imhotep Charter 19 7 9 14 - 49 Communications Tech 14 7 11 6 - 38 IC: David Appolon 9, Brandon Austin 7, Earl Brown 4, Erik Copes 6, Terrell Johnson 5, Tyhiem Perrin 8, Ameen Tanksley 6, Khyree Wooten 4. CT: Terrence Brown 8, Chris Burney 7, Rich Hoskins 7, Terrell Parker 8, Tony Parker 8. Girls' Basketball PIAA TOURNAMENT State Class AAA Semifinals Archbishop Wood 41, Prep Charter 27 Mercyhurst Prep 14 10 19 15 - 58 Villa Joseph Marie 9 14 11 12 - 46 MP: Berghtold 11, Burke 11, Foumier 2, Stamp 26, Wilwohl 8. VJM: Megan Ledwith 18, Mary Newell 11, Melissa Poderis 6, Courtney Shaw 5, Lexi Stershic 6. State Class A Semifinals Bishop Guilfoyle 52, Homer Center 41 Steelton-Highspire 11 14 13 14 - 52 Delco Christian 10 4 14 20 - 48 S: Anderson 7, Blanding 6, Brown 6, DeFreitas 25, Hill 3, Williams 5. DC: Jocelyn Chavous 12, Hannah Ellsworth 1, Emily Evans 4, Emily Homan 9, Stacey MacArthur 22. Lacrosse NONLEAGUE BOYS Episcopal Academy 8, Hill School 3 TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE GIRLS Barrack Hebrew 18, Woodlynde 8 Baseball...
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December 4, 2012 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jen Howard's double-double on Monday propelled Del-Val Friends past visiting Mercy Vocational, 30-24, in a Tri-County League girls' basketball game. Howard led the Dragons with 10 points, including four fourth-quarter free throws. The 5-foot-11 center also had a team-high 12 rebounds. Mercy Vocational's Emma Shaw led all scorers with 12 points. In other Tri-County League, Sarah Gordon and Sophia Shoulson each had eight points to pace Barrack Hebrew to a 33-22 victory in its season opener against visiting West-Mont Christian.
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December 5, 2015 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
It was basketball at its tightest Thursday night. In a game with eight ties and six lead changes, Haverford School emerged as the winner, slipping past host Hun School (N.J.), 46-44, in a nonleague boys' game. Kharon Randolph netted 15 points and put the Fords up by four with 20 seconds remaining. Jack Marshall scored nine points and Asim Richards had five. The duo combined for 16 rebounds. Micah Sims dished out six assists. The victory was the first for new Haverford School head coach Bernie Rogers.
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March 23, 2011 | By Joe Fite, For The Inquirer
Neumann-Goretti's basketball team is in familiar territory which might not be good news for District 7 champion Montour. The Saints raced to a 19-point lead in the first half and held on to beat District 3 champion Lancaster Catholic, 82-75, in a PIAA Class AAA state semifinal playoff game at Spring-Ford Tuesday night. Neumann-Goretti (26-4) will defend its state title against Montour at 8 p.m. Friday at Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center. Billy Shank poured in a career-high 26 points, including 14 in the second quarter, when the Saints were taking a 41-22 lead.
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January 15, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
St. Basil has been a strong third-quarter team all season, according to its coach. The Panthers proved it again Monday, roaring out of the half to beat visiting Gwynedd-Mercy, 40-31, in a Catholic Academies basketball game. Trailing by three at the half, St. Basil turned up the defensive pressure, using a half-court trap to ignite a 12-4 run in the third. Junior guard Kalee Fuegel made sure the lead lasted, going 7 for 8 from the foul line in the fourth quarter, en route to 14 points.
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March 30, 2011 | By Joe Fite, For The Inquirer
Randolph got to Strawberry Mansion pitcher Vernon Holt early, but not often enough. After giving up five runs in the first two innings, Holt buckled down to strike out 16 batters and lead Strawberry Mansion past the visiting Raptors, 6-5, in a Public League baseball game Tuesday. The sophomore pitcher has struck out 29 batters and given up just six hits over the first two games of the season, covering 12 innings. The Knights scored the winning run in the fourth inning when Baynard Brandon doubled home Rashaun Festus.
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December 5, 2015 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
It was basketball at its tightest Thursday night. In a game with eight ties and six lead changes, Haverford School emerged as the winner, slipping past host Hun School (N.J.), 46-44, in a nonleague boys' game. Kharon Randolph netted 15 points and put the Fords up by four with 20 seconds remaining. Jack Marshall scored nine points and Asim Richards had five. The duo combined for 16 rebounds. Micah Sims dished out six assists. The victory was the first for new Haverford School head coach Bernie Rogers.
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February 26, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Barrack Hebrew swept a double header against Kohelet Monday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Center in nonleague matchups between two Jewish high schools. In the boys' game, Barrack Hebrew entered the fourth quarter down three before Corey Barnett and Ari Yosef combined to scored 15 in the fourth quarter to lift the Cougars to a 50-43 win. Barnett scored seven of his game-high 20 points in the final period and Yosef picked up eight of his 14. In the girls' matchup, Sophia Shoulson led seven Barrack Hebrew scorers with 14 points en route to a 36-21 win.   Kohelet 10 13 9 11 - 43 Barrack Hebrew 8 6 15 21 - 50 K: Blumenthal 3, Dahan 5, Kaplan 6, Lipshultz 4, Simmens 14, Zimbalest 11. BH: Or Ayash 2, Corey Barnett 20, Shawn Martin 8, Marc Meltzer 3, Jacob Reich 1, Sammy Turk Tolub 2, Ari Yosef 14.   Kohelet Yeshiva 1 5 13 2 - 21 Barrack Hebrew 6 11 10 9 - 36 BH: Lindsay Chevlin 5, Tali Glickman 4, Dria Guitereez 2, Talia Raikin 1, Maya Shapira 6, Sophia Shoulson 14, Mia Stein 4.  
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January 18, 2014 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Josh Coleman scored a team-high 13 points and Justin Sutton dominated the boards early on Thursday night as Cheltenham built a quick lead en route to topping Springfield (Montco), 63-53, in a Suburban One American boys' basketball game. It was the Panthers' fifth straight win, four of which have been by double digits. Coleman added seven rebounds, and Sutton grabbed nine of his 11 rebounds in the first quarter. Cheltenham led by 12 at halftime. In other Suburban One action: Anthony Lee and Amir Hilton scored eight points each to lead Abington over visiting Council Rock South, 53-31.
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January 15, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
St. Basil has been a strong third-quarter team all season, according to its coach. The Panthers proved it again Monday, roaring out of the half to beat visiting Gwynedd-Mercy, 40-31, in a Catholic Academies basketball game. Trailing by three at the half, St. Basil turned up the defensive pressure, using a half-court trap to ignite a 12-4 run in the third. Junior guard Kalee Fuegel made sure the lead lasted, going 7 for 8 from the foul line in the fourth quarter, en route to 14 points.
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December 11, 2012
Boys' Basketball NONLEAGUE Communications Tech 68, Bok 45 Masterman 68, Mariana Bracetti 44 Northeast 72, Palumbo 63 Boys' Latin 71, Gospel of Grace 65 Episcopal Academy 46, Phelps 44 Math, Civics 80, Strawberry Mansion 37 Bishop McDevitt 57, Lower Moreland 48 Girls' Basketball TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE Barrack Hebrew 46, Woodlynde 19 Perkiomen School 49, Del-Val Friends 23 NONLEAGUE Parkway Northwest 38,...
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December 4, 2012 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jen Howard's double-double on Monday propelled Del-Val Friends past visiting Mercy Vocational, 30-24, in a Tri-County League girls' basketball game. Howard led the Dragons with 10 points, including four fourth-quarter free throws. The 5-foot-11 center also had a team-high 12 rebounds. Mercy Vocational's Emma Shaw led all scorers with 12 points. In other Tri-County League, Sarah Gordon and Sophia Shoulson each had eight points to pace Barrack Hebrew to a 33-22 victory in its season opener against visiting West-Mont Christian.
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May 10, 2011 | By Mike Gibson, For The Inquirer
Barrack Hebrew got a career-high nine goals from Dani Levin and needed almost all of them to outlast visiting Del-Val Friends, 20-13, in a Tri-County League lacrosse game on Monday. Levin, a junior, also added a pair of assists for the Cougars (9-2).   Softball Edison pounded visiting CAPA, 20-5, in a Public League playoff qualifier, getting a five-hitter from Yamilet Hernandez. In other first-round qualifiers: Barb Danhardt pitched a three-hitter and Washington scored 12 first-inning runs in an 18-3 win over visiting Franklin Learning Center.
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