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SPORTS
February 3, 1988 | By Jayson Stark, Inquirer Staff Writer
On the one hand, you had a heat wave in February. Plus one of the largest college-basketball crowds in the history of Pennsylvania. On the other hand, you had an air-conditioning system that hadn't been turned on in months. Plus a basketball floor laid on top of a hockey rink. All those unusual factors combined to produce a strange new creation witnessed by millions of people from coast to coast Monday night - the first- ever Big East 10-man ice-dancing and water-polo competition.
NEWS
April 29, 2011 | By Sally A. Downey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Patrick J. Carey, 73, formerly of Southwest Philadelphia, a high school basketball star and retired trucking company executive, died of cancer Sunday, April 3, at Odyssey Hospice in Las Vegas. Mr. Carey played basketball on neighborhood playgrounds in Southwest Philadelphia and with summer leagues at Narberth Playground and was an All-Catholic player at West Philadelphia Catholic High School. In 1955, his senior year, he scored 47 points in a game against Roman Catholic, breaking the Catholic League record.
SPORTS
January 17, 2000 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Yankuba Camara couldn't eat. He couldn't drink. Nothing was wrong with the Chester High center out of Gambia. He was merely following the tenets of Islam, which - though counterproductive to good basketball - were of utmost importance to Camara during the recently completed holy month of Ramadan. "Anytime we'd take water breaks, I couldn't drink," Camara said. "I couldn't even chew gum. From 5:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., I couldn't eat or drink anything. It really, really had an effect on me, but it's something I had to do. " Something Camara had to do. That is why the 6-foot-11 Chester center, at the behest of Chester resident and former Gambia national team assistant coach Kevin Fenning, came to America in March 1999.
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May 5, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Chad Maclies, the leading scorer and rebounder on the Centenary basketball team this season, was found dead in his dormitory room. Authorities said Maclies, 22, was apparently talking with his girlfriend over his computer Tuesday when he suddenly stopped. After no one had heard from him for several hours, friends went to his room and found him lying on the floor and alerted authorities, a Shreveport (La.) Fire Department spokesman said. Paramedics attempted to revive him but Maclies was unresponsive, a police spokesman said.
SPORTS
February 6, 1988 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ed Harvard has left his job as the boys' basketball coach at Vineland High after an apparent dispute with the school's administrators. On Thursday, Vineland principal Gerald Luongo reinstated 10 players suspended by Harvard for disciplinary reasons on Jan. 15. Luongo took the action after receiving a written recommendation from superintendent Carl Simmons. The players had been suspended for missing a Jan. 15 pep rally for the school's winter sports teams, Luongo said. They missed the next seven games - all losses.
SPORTS
March 18, 2012
First team Player   School   Yr.   Pts.    Ron Curry   Paul VI   Sr.   16.0    Kashawn Dunston   Atlantic City   Sr.   11.1    Xavier Lundy   Paulsboro   Jr.   22.3    Ron Paden   Willingboro   Sr.   19.0    Carson Puriefoy   Bishop Eustace   Sr.   22.5    Second team Kennedy Chukwuocha   Medford Tech   Sr.   19.1    Kyle Green   Camden Catholic   Jr.   22.7    Tariq Jett   Rancocas Valley   Sr.   18.1    Jahleem Montague   Atlantic City   Jr.   6.8    Marc Schlessel   Cherry Hill East   Sr.   18.7    Third team Devon Bell   Eastern   Jr.   14.
NEWS
January 18, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
There is an undercurrent around South Jersey that one of the settled matters is this year's Group 1 boys' basketball champion. So many people are awarding that sectional title to Paulsboro, with a little more than a month gone in the season. That talk is not soothing to coach Sean Collins, but because of his team's quick start, the conversation won't go away. "We have a lot of work to do," Collins said. The Red Raiders are 10-0, having survived their most difficult three-game stretch to date by beating Group 2 Haddon Heights, 64-60; defeating Group 3 Delsea, 73-65; and beating rival Woodbury, 86-60.
SPORTS
March 13, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
For someone known for her softball ability, Lauren Gaskill has proven to be quite proficient during this basketball season. She plays basketball only during the winter, but Rancocas Valley coach Anthony Corrado is happy to have her for that time. And her playing wasn't always a slam dunk. Gaskill said she considered bypassing her senior basketball season to concentrate on softball, but she decided to put down the bat and glove for a few months. As a result, she and the rest of the Red Devils have a chance to earn a state championship.
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