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May 30, 1991 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer Inquirer correspondents Gus Ostrum and Tom Williams contributed to this article
The South Jersey championships were held in sun and hot weather on Saturday, the first time in memory that a sectional championship day has not been interrupted by rain. The state group championships beckon this weekend, and the Meet of Champions is less than a week away, on Wednesday. Here is a look back, and a look ahead. HISTORIC LEAP. Absegami's Brandon Kurtz has been challenging the South Jersey pole-vaulting record for nearly two years, and he finally leaped into the record books at Saturday's South Jersey boys' championships at Bridgeton High.
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November 9, 2012
THE NINTH class of the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame was inducted on Thursday night. It is a legendary list, as always: * Dan Baker, winner of the Legacy of Excellence award: Baker has been the Phillies' public-address announcer for 40 years and the Eagles' public-address announcer since 1985. * Debbie Black: Saint Joseph's all-time leader in steals and assists. Led Hawks to two Big 5 titles and an Atlantic 10 title. * Johnny Callison: Four-time All-Star who was MVP of the 1964 All-Star Game and runner-up for NL MVP award.
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October 23, 2012 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Wissahickon's Jalen Griffin shot a par 71 on Monday afternoon to finish tied for first after the first day of the PIAA individual championships at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York. The junior birdied twice on the front nine to get off to a strong start. Holy Ghost Prep's Steve Cerbara and Reilly Erhardt each shot a 74 to tie for eighth place. Soccer Ryan Murdoch scored off a free kick from Shane Holmes to lift MaST Charter at Faith Christian, 2-1, in overtime. Holmes tied the game in the second half.
SPORTS
June 9, 2012
At the beginning of the video the Oklahoma City Thunder play before their starting lineups are announced, there's a message on the scoreboard that reads: "Resiliency. It defines our team. " That was especially true during the Thunder's comeback from an 18-point deficit Wednesday night to beat the visiting San Antonio Spurs, 107-99, and clinch a spot in the NBA Finals. But that was only the final step in a remarkable turnaround. It was only three seasons ago that Oklahoma City's new team was 3-29 and just hoping to avoid the worst record in NBA history.
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February 19, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
How does a team judge success? We chronicle the teams, with the ones that earn championships most prominently mentioned, and rightly so. Achieving any title, whether it's conference, South Jersey, or state, takes talent, toughness, cohesion, and sometimes a little luck. Yet we often forget that while only a select few win titles, the rest are putting in heavy hours in attempting to be competitive. Which brings us to the Cherry Hill West boys' basketball team. The Lions (12-12)
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February 27, 2012 | BY BRIAN DZENIS, Daily News Staff Writer
THERE SEEMS TO BE a shift of power going on in Public League girls' basketball. Central dominated the league in the first decade of the 2000s with a run of league championships between 2002-07, plus the '09 and '10 titles. But entering the current decade, Prep Charter, which entered the league only 4 years ago, has emerged as the league power. The Lady Huskies have appeared in the past four Public League championships games and have won the past two. Their most recent was a 70-34 trouncing of Central on Saturday at Community College of Philadelphia.
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April 3, 1996 | By Frank Bertucci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
It's one week into the outdoor track season, but Dan McKay already has made a statement. The Hatboro-Horsham junior surprised a lot of people, including himself, with victories in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters Saturday at the Pennsylvania Track Coaches Classic in Coatesville. But maybe it shouldn't have been such a surprise. McKay has been one of the more consistent distance runners since the start of the cross-country season last fall. "He had a real good indoor season, and that shocked us," coach Bob Ayton said.
NEWS
July 15, 2012 | By Joe Juliano and Jeff Gelles, Inquirer Staff Writers
William "Buck" Hyndman 4th, an accomplished amateur golfer, insurance executive, and car collector who built on his family's legacy in sports and business, died Tuesday, July 10, at his Doylestown home after a four-year battle with multiple myeloma. He was 72. Mr. Hyndman, known as Bucky in the golfing world and as a gentleman on and off the links, showed his promise in the sport early. He won the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association during his senior year at Abington High School and the All-Army Golf Championship while serving in the Army's intelligence branch.
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November 2, 2012 | BY BOB COONEY, Daily News Staff Writer
WHEN DOUG Collins decided to take over as head coach of the 76ers before the 2010-11 season, he didn't speak wildly about winning NBA championships. Instead, he relayed that his plan was to build the organization back to prominence. Late Wednesday night, the organization revealed the foundation of that building process when it signed 22-year-old point guard Jrue Holiday to a 4-year contract extension worth a base salary of close to $41 million, with incentives that could bolster it toward $46 million.
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August 15, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
ANAHEIM, Calif. - For more than 6 weeks, from a month before the trade deadline until nearly 2 weeks after the deadline, Cole Hamels has had to answer questions about the possibility of playing somewhere other than Philly. On July 2, he made his stance clear. "I want to be here," Hamels said. "I'm happy to be here. " A month later, his family home in Newtown Square is up for sale and, well, people are connecting the dots. Even if the dots are on two different pages. Hamels, however, isn't looking for a new home in Philadelphia just yet. "We're building a house in Missouri," Hamels said before last night's game in Anaheim.
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