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September 7, 1994 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Brian Kelly, pro at the White Deer Park and Golf Club, birdied 11 holes and bogeyed only one in scoring a 36-hole score of 10-under-par 68-66-134 to win the $5,000 Central Counties Chapter Golf Championship of the Philadelphia PGA yesterday at Lebanon Country Club.
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December 20, 1994 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Brian Kelly, a pro at White Deer Country Club, scored a 3-under-par 68 for the victory in a 100-player turnout for yesterday's Lynx Winter Tour golf tournament at the Eagle Lodge Country Club. Russ Davis of Cape May National bogeyed the 17th hole and finished second at 69. Mike Moses, Eagle Lodge pro, tied for third place at 7l with Frank Dobbs, Philadelphia PGA champion from Blue Bell; Gary Hardin of Northampton and Rick Flesher of Berkshire. Dick Smith Sr., a former Philadelphia PGA champion from Galloway National Country Club, won the open division of the Atlantic Winter Golf League with a 3-under-par 34-34-68 as a field of 87 participated in 41-degree weather yesterday at the Linwood Country Club.
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September 6, 1995 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Brian Kelly of Frosty Valley won the $6,000 Assistant Pro Championship Tournament of the Philadelphia PGA with an 8-under-par, 36-hole score of 136 yesterday at the White Deer Park and Golf Club course in Williamsport, Pa. In the morning round, Kelly tied for third place with Robert Ruby of Outdoor Country Club at 3-under-par 69. Kelly then shot a 5-under-par 67 in the afternoon to prevail by 1 shot over Gene Fieger of Overbrook. Fieger had tied for first place in the morning at 68 with Rob Shuey of Bent Creek.
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January 11, 2013 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THEY COULDN'T persuade Oregon's Chip Kelly to leave college, so the Eagles took a swing at the other Kelly - Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, whose luster faded substantially, at least in the eyes of fans, when the Fighting Irish got manhandled Monday night in the BCS national championship game, 42-14, by Alabama. An NFL source confirmed Wednesday night that the Birds interviewed Brian Kelly on Tuesday - the day after the title game embarrassment. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that Kelly is out of the country now, but that the sides plan to revisit the talks.
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May 27, 2009 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
For Travis Deibert, playing in a golf tournament like the Haverford Trust Classic with a $40,000 first-prize check at stake made an episode of deja vu look as if it were in high definition. But this time, the ending turned out to be a favorable one for Deibert, who defeated Brian Kelly with a par on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff yesterday at Sunnybrook Golf Club to win one of the nation's top prizes in a one-day, 18-hole event for club professionals. On a raw, bone-chilling day in Plymouth Meeting, with rain blowing sideways at times, Kelly, 48, head pro at Bucknell Golf Club in Lewisburg, came in early with a 1-under-par 71. About five hours later, Deibert, 35, assistant pro at Commonwealth National Golf Club in Horsham, made a run at Kelly.
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July 16, 1998 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jason Lamp discovered early yesterday in the Philadelphia Open that birdies would be hard to find at Aronimink Golf Club, but he was determined to keep searching. His perseverance paid off. Lamp, director of golf at Blue Heron Pines Golf Club, rebounded from bogeys on three of his first five holes to card nine birdies the rest of the day, making six in an afternoon round of 4-under-par 66 that gave him a decisive victory in the 36-hole event. In posting the day's best round, Lamp finished with a total of 4-under 136 and a 4-stroke win over Overbrook's Gene Fieger, who went 72-68.
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May 29, 2014 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
In his eight-year career as a golf professional, Rusty Harbold says, the largest check he has ever cashed for his performance in competition was $750. After carding a 5-under-par 67 Tuesday to grab the lead at the Haverford Trust Classic, the most lucrative event in the Philadelphia Section PGA, Harbold has a shot at earning 100 times that much by collecting the winner's check for $75,000. The problem is, rain and lightning engulfed the Sunnybrook Golf Club course in Plymouth Meeting shortly after 5:30 p.m., forcing the suspension of play with 29 players yet to finish.
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August 31, 2010
Philadelphia Section PGA Scott Hunter, Overbrook. . . 69-67?136 Don DeAngelis, LuLu. . . 69-67?136 Bill Sautter, Phila. Cricket. . . 72-66?138 Brian Kelly, Bucknell. . . 69-70?139 Travis Deibert, Commonwealth. . . 73-67?140 Terry Hatch, Hidden Valley. . . 70-71?141 John Cooper, Green Valley. . . 69-72?141 Rich Steinmetz, Spring Ford. . . 68-73?141 Don DeAngelis, LuLu. . . 69-67?136 Bill Sautter, Phila. Cricket. . . 72-66?138 Brian Kelly, Bucknell.
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May 14, 1991 | By Mayer Brandschain, Special to The Inquirer
Mike Moses of Eagle Lodge and Brian Kelly, an unaffiliated pro, shot a 7- under-par better-ball-of-partners 65 to win the Spalding Pro-Pro golf tournament of the Philadelphia PGA yesterday at the Spring-Ford Country Club. Moses and Kelly prevailed by 1 stroke in a field of 74 teams and won $750 apiece from the purse of $9,400.
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December 18, 1990 | By Mayer Brandschain, Special to The Inquirer
Bob Sheppard of Five Ponds Country Club and Brian Kelly of Plymouth Country Club birdied the last two holes to finish in a first-place tie at 9-under-par 62 with Gene Kazan of Medford Village Country Club and Dave Quinn of Burlington Country Club in a two-player scramble in the Five Ponds Winter Golf League yesterday at Five Ponds.
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October 19, 2014 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Two games into the season, the coach at the Police Athletic League in Wissinoming told Megan Mitchell, Will Fuller's mother, that her son seemed better fit for football than hockey. The 5-year-old Fuller had made himself the enforcer of the center's foot-hockey league. He was a little too aggressive, his coach said. Fuller's hockey career was finished. "I was hitting people in the face in sports that I'm not supposed to," said Fuller, now a wide receiver and key player at No. 5-ranked Notre Dame.
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October 3, 2014 | By Mike Kern, Daily News Staff Writer
ALLEGIANCES ASIDE, the sport is always better when Notre Dame is part of the conversation. See 2012. Brian Kelly's Fighting Irish, who won't play a true road game until Oct. 18 at Florida State, are 4-0. They have beaten Rice, Michigan, Purdue and Syracuse, none of which will be playing in a BCS bowl. Still, they have won by an average of 23 points. So they're ranked ninth, behind eight other unbeatens. And at this point, all anybody really knows for sure is that the worst team in the SEC West might be one of the better teams in almost any other division/conference.
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May 29, 2014 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
In his eight-year career as a golf professional, Rusty Harbold says, the largest check he has ever cashed for his performance in competition was $750. After carding a 5-under-par 67 Tuesday to grab the lead at the Haverford Trust Classic, the most lucrative event in the Philadelphia Section PGA, Harbold has a shot at earning 100 times that much by collecting the winner's check for $75,000. The problem is, rain and lightning engulfed the Sunnybrook Golf Club course in Plymouth Meeting shortly after 5:30 p.m., forcing the suspension of play with 29 players yet to finish.
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December 30, 2013 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Leave it to Cary Williams to say what few players were willing to express three days before the winner-take-all season finale in Dallas: Win or lose Sunday against the Cowboys, the Eagles' 2013 season - Chip Kelly's first in the NFL - has been an unmitigated success. "I think about that every day, especially when I look at the [9-6] record and I look at what guys experienced last year winning only four games," Williams said. "I think this a huge turnaround. I think this is a positive season regardless of what happens this Sunday.
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September 23, 2013 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - At 11:30 on a late August morning at Champion Sports Medicine, 76ers rookie Nerlens Noel was already two hours into the first of his two workouts. The 6-foot-11 center's blue shirt and white shorts were saturated in sweat. He had a cramp in his left foot and a burning sensation in his hamstrings. And his usually crisp high-top fade needed grooming. Noel was completing a series of lower-body exercises - squats, hamstring curls, and sprints - leading to single-leg bridges with resistance.
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September 11, 2013 | BY MENSAH M. DEAN, Daily News Staff Writer deanm@phillynews.com, 215-568-8278
USUALLY prosecutors and crime victims are on the same team in court. But the family of Shane Kelly, 27, exited a Philadelphia courtroom yesterday grumbling with disgust over how Kelly's two confessed murderers were treated by the criminal-justice system. Ryan McManus, 22, the gunman, and Richard Smith, 20, his accomplice, each could have received prison sentences of 100-plus years if a jury convicted them on all counts in the fatal shooting of Kelly during a botched street robbery in Fishtown in the early morning hours of Nov. 13, 2011.
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September 6, 2013 | By Mike Kern, Daily News Staff Writer
MICHIGAN thinks it's a rivalry. Notre Dame, maybe not so much. The programs with the two best all-time winning percentages in college football have met 40 times, 29 since 1978. Many were classics. But the landscape changes. Look what happened to Oklahoma-Nebraska. Anyway, Saturday night will be ND's last visit to the Big House, at least for the time being. Next year in South Bend is the last time they're scheduled to get together anywhere. Michigan seems to be taking this a bit harder than the Irish.
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August 29, 2013 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Staff Writer
MAYBE the whole season was a hoax. Maybe those razor-thin margins of victory in Notre Dame's run to 12-0 were too close to validate the school's apparent resurgence. Maybe beating an undermanned USC team was more serendipitous than indicative. Perhaps some blessed combination of good health and good luck and good execution led the Irish back to the higher atmosphere of college football . . . or, perhaps, they were just good. This weekend, when Temple visits for the teams' opener, No. 14 Notre Dame will begin its quest to prove that 2012 was no fluke; that fourth-year coach Brian Kelly, who spurned the Eagles' pursuit, can, in fact, build champions, as he did at Division II Grand Valley State, MAC power Central Michigan and Big East standout Cincinnati.
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May 16, 2013 | By Rita Giordano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Haddonfield Deputy Mayor Jeff Kasko was reelected a borough commissioner, former Commissioner Neal Rochford regained the post he lost four years ago, and political newcomer John Moscatelli swept into his first term, according to unofficial returns from Tuesday's municipal election. Kasko, the top vote-getter with provisional ballots not yet counted, could become the borough's first new mayor in 12 years. Mayor Letitia "Tish" Colombi chose not to seek reelection. The commissioners will decide who will be mayor, but the honor traditionally goes to the highest vote-getter.
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May 11, 2013 | By Rita Giordano, Inquirer Staff Writer
In the five or so years that Larry MacCluen has taught tennis on the courts of the Wedgewood Swim Club, there have been smells so bad it was enough to make his students gag. He'd move them to a more distant court. "This [the bad smell] has probably happened three or four times a year" for the last four years, MacCluen said. But on March 10, the smell, he said, was "ungodly. " He went to investigate - something he had not done before. In a wooded area not far from the tennis courts, with vegetation bare due to the time of year, he viewed a round cement structure that was spewing smelly, nasty stuff out of a manhole.
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