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SPORTS
July 16, 2006 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Some of the players joining the Eagles this season will see plenty of playing time. Some will see plenty of bench time. Others won't make it to the regular season. Here's a list with some of each (with position, year, and previous team): 81 Jason Avant WR, Rookie, Michigan He wears Terrell Owens' number. But how well will the fourth-round draft pick - who was third on Michigan's all-time reception list - replace Owens' numbers on the field? 56 Shawn Barber LB, 9th season, Kansas City Chiefs The Eagles hope the 31-year-old, in his second stint in Philadelphia, still has what it takes to improve their defense.
SPORTS
June 15, 2006 | By Bill Iezzi INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
It was a very good year for Katie Morton - in a number of ways. A shortstop on the Hammonton softball team, Morton helped lead the Blue Devils to the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 3 championship game. The top student in a class of 344, Morton also was named valedictorian. The senior with a weighted grade-point average of 6.2 also took home more than $5,000 in scholarship money at the senior awards assembly. She also was accepted at Yale, where she hopes to play softball for the Bulldogs.
NEWS
April 30, 2006 | By Stephan Salisbury INQUIRER CULTURE WRITER
On a recent morning, the great hall of the National Constitution Center was so filled with the cacophonous shouts of massing schoolchildren, teachers, chaperones, tourists and guides that the echoing cascade would have done the Palestra proud. Who would have thought that this was the entrance to a Ben Franklin exhibition? Old books! Yellowed vellum! Oil portraits! It's safe to say that the final week of the centerpiece exhibit marking Franklin's 300th birthday has been jam-packed.
SPORTS
April 1, 2006 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
If you ask Coatesville senior guard Amber White to describe herself as a basketball player, she isn't likely to talk about the points she has scored, the assists she has handed out, or the steals she has made - although she can rattle off those impressive numbers. She will simply tell you that she is a competitor, she always wants to win, and she is always trying to do her best. You get the idea of what kind of competitor White is when you look at her statistics. Although the Red Raiders struggled this season - they were 14-11 - White scored 675 points and finished her high school career with a school record 2,529 points.
SPORTS
March 15, 2006 | By Rob Parent INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It had to happen sometime, Oxford coach Sean Harvey said to his team. He likely repeated that to himself last night, even as the other team kept running players off the bench, and all of them seemed to know how to shoot from beyond the arc. "I told our team that I don't fault our defense. I'd tip my hat to them if they kept making three-pointers," a relieved Harvey said after his Hornets survived a Southern Lehigh air attack en route to a 63-58 victory. "You just hope that they can't do it for the entire game.
SPORTS
February 6, 2006 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Suburban Staff
Lansdale Catholic girls' basketball coach Maggie deMarteleire recently won her 300th game. Her father, Jim Algeo, the head coach of the Crusaders' football team, has compiled 268 victories in his illustrious career. Her younger brother Dan, the football coach at Cardinal O'Hara, has two Catholic League division titles - and can only dream about the kind of numbers put in the win column by his father and sister. Is there pressure to get near the 100-, 200-, 300-victory club before his coaching career is over?
BUSINESS
November 3, 2005 | By Harold Brubaker INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Buoyed by record profit, Sunoco Inc. said yesterday that it would invest $1.8 billion over the next three years in its oil refineries, with an emphasis on increasing capacity by 11 percent to one million barrels per day. The announcement came as the Philadelphia company reported that third-quarter net income tripled to $329 million, from $104 million in the same period a year earlier, as gasoline prices spiked after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita....
SPORTS
September 22, 2005 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Warning: The team in black and silver coming to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday is armed, extremely dangerous, and in desperate need of a victory. It's not just that Randy Moss will be lining up on the other side, although he alone makes the Oakland Raiders far more lethal than the pitiful Bay Area team the Eagles dismantled last Sunday. Review the Raiders' two losses and you'll find that they have played pretty well against two tough opponents. Against a Kansas City Chiefs team that destroyed the New York Jets in Week 1, the Raiders lost by six points.
SPORTS
August 23, 2005 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Walking off the 10th green of Merion Golf Club yesterday, Billy Stewart was 4 strokes over par and fearing that his second trip to the U.S. Amateur would be only a two-day stay. But the senior at St. Joseph's steadied himself and posted a couple of birdies on his final eight holes to finish with a 2-over-par 72 and give himself some hope that he'll be among the 64 match-play participants at the end of today's play. "This feels real good," said Stewart, of Devon and Llanerch Country Club.
SPORTS
March 5, 2005 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
LeBron James diligently and furiously worked at chewing his fingernails last night in the rare moments he sat on the bench. Cavaliers fans have a legitimate reason to develop similar nervous habits. Despite James' routinely spectacular performance, the Cavs lost a season-high fifth straight game, 98-89, to the 76ers at the Wachovia Center. If Cleveland (31-26) can't find a way to stop this skid, which includes seven consecutive road losses, the Cavs' hopes of making the playoffs for the first time since 1998 may slip through their fingers.
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