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October 6, 2013 | By Joey Cranney, Inquirer Staff Writer
Derrick West didn't look satisfied. The Garnet Valley sophomore seemed unimpressed by the fireworks display he and his team watched in the postgame huddle after the Jaguars' 47-7 home win against Penncrest on Friday night. The show, which Garnet Valley put on to honor the seniors, lasted more than 10 minutes. By all accounts, it should have been a perfect moment for West and the Jaguars. Garnet Valley and Penncrest entered the game undefeated and ranked among the top teams in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer, but by the end, it was clear which was the better team.
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June 12, 2011 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
HERSHEY, Pa. - Their preseason goals were modest: Just win a pair of district playoff games and advance to the quarterfinals. After failing to win a district playoff game last season, their sights seemed fair, junior midfielder Halley Barnes said. The Garnet Valley Jaguars far surpassed their modest expectations, and instead of ending their season exactly three weeks ago, they played on and on. They captured the PIAA state girls' lacrosse title Saturday, holding off a late rally by Downingtown East for a 17-14 victory at HersheyPark Stadium.
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April 25, 1988 | By Ray Doyle, Special to The Inquirer
Bishop Shanahan coach Vic Bruno felt his team played its "best game of the year" Thursday in defeating visiting Garnet Valley, 5-4, in a Southern Chester County League game. "They felt like playing today," he said, "and were all fired up. " That hasn't been the case all year. In fact, his team played very poorly in losing, 15-3, to visiting Phoenixville on Wednesday in a nonleague contest. Against Garnet Valley, Shanahan scored a run in the first on a Laura Sullivan single, a groundout and an error on a ground ball to second baseman Angela Billups off the bat of Monica Corum.
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November 1, 2013 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Columnist
Garnet Valley has made considerable noise since moving from the Southern Chester County League to the Central League in 2008. Mike Ricci's football squad has posted a 51-8 mark (.864 winning percentage) in league play, with two outright championships (2008 and 2011) and one shared (2009, with Ridley). This season is no different, as the Jaguars are 9-0, 8-0 in the Central League, and set to enter the 16-team PIAA District 1 Class AAAA playoff tournament as one of the top seeds.
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May 17, 1995 | By Brian Miller, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Garnet Valley baseball coach Scott Armstrong said he didn't think his club was a Southern Chester County League favorite this spring. Yes, the defending champions had some experienced players back, and had some pitching depth. But the Jaguars also had lost six starters from the team that had won the league and District 1 Class AA titles. Armstrong was forced to shake up his infield, the big move being the switch of Matt Miller from third base to shortstop. Miller's adjustment has been nothing short of fabulous.
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September 8, 2012 | By Kate Harman, FOR THE INQUIRER
When Garnet Valley's Wellington Zaza received the punt with less than a minute left in the first half, it looked as if he was going to be hit immediately, with his Jaguars headed to halftime trailing Central League rival Conestoga. Instead, Zaza broke a few tackles, made his way to the outside, and let his blazing speed do the rest. His 79-yard touchdown return gave Garnet Valley its first lead, and seemed to suck the air out of the Conestoga home crowd. The air would never quite return to Teamer Field, as Garnet Valley defeated the Pioneers, 28-16, Friday night.
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April 22, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Brad Patton's sixth-inning double scored a run and gave West Chester Henderson the lead Monday, and the Warriors never looked back in a 4-2 win at Octorara in a nonleague game. Chandler Liero led off the sixth inning with a base hit, one of his two hits for the day, and scored the winning run. In other nonleague play: Dan Gittis tossed six shutout innings and gave up one hit to lead Downingtown East to a 3-0 win at Sun Valley. Dylan Nicklas threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts in Great Valley's 9-0 home win against West Chester East.
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April 21, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Council Rock North didn't take long to erase a 4-0 deficit Saturday. The Indians scored seven runs between the fourth and fifth innings and held on to beat visiting Steinert (N.J.), 7-5, in a nonleague baseball game. Cole Hoffman started a four-run, game-tying rally with a two-run single in the fourth. Noah Hartwell gave Council Rock North the lead in the fifth when he cleared the bases with a triple. Tyler Callender, a Delaware recruit, had two doubles for Council Rock North.
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April 12, 2014 | By Thomas Mahon, Inquirer Staff Writer
Brooke Harner's fielders must have been getting bored by the end of Thursday afternoon's game, but second baseman Bailey Reigel was ready when needed. Harner retired the first 20 batters she faced, and 18 by strikeout, when her last pitch was lined to Reigel, sealing the perfect game as host Kennett downed Sun Valley, 6-0, in a Ches-Mont American softball game. It marked the first perfect game of the West Chester University recruit's career. Of the three balls put in play by Sun Valley, Brooke Duplicki was responsible for two of them.
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April 3, 2014 | By Doug Gausepohl, Inquirer Staff Writer
Faced with a three-run deficit in the final inning, Garnet Valley conjured up a memorable finish to its Central League softball game against Upper Darby on Tuesday. Garnet Valley scored four times in the seventh to rally for an 8-7 home victory. With Upper Darby leading by 7-5, Cori Snyder tied the game with a two-run single to center field. Later in the inning, Nicole Clayton drew a bases-loaded walk that sent Morgan Lovelace across with the winning run. Suburban One National.
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March 27, 2014 | By Andrew Parent, Rick O'Brien, and Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writers
Coatesville's Mike Boykin has committed to wrestle at North Carolina State, the senior said Tuesday. The recently crowned PIAA Class AAA champion at 220 pounds said that he had considered Rider and a few other schools as well, but that his future teammates and the friendly atmosphere around the school greatly influenced his decision. "I bonded with the guys well down there, and I liked the atmosphere," Boykin said. "The weather is nice, and it just feels like me down there. I really liked it. " Boykin will leave Coatesville with 142 career wins and two state-tournament medals.
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March 23, 2014
SOFTBALL NONLEAGUE Neshaminy 6, Little Flower 5: Freshman Hunter Hart's first career hit opened the bottom of the seventh inning, and two batters later Sarah Snider-Leonhauser brought her home with a game-winning single. Jenny Rakita earned the win. Springfield (D) 8, Kennett 5: Pitcher Tori DiPietro helped her own cause as she went 3 for 3 from the plate with two home runs and knocked in five runs to lead the host Cougars over the Blue Demons. The sophomore also pitched a complete game and fanned three.
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March 9, 2014
BASKETBALL STATE CLASS AA FIRST ROUND St. Basil 73, Ben Franklin 27: Terry Mancini's 100th career coaching victory was locked up early at Plymouth Whitemarsh, thanks to a 32-6 first quarter during which Molly Greenberg (10 points, seven assists) drained three three-pointers. The Panthers hit eight threes overall during the opening frame.    Kalee Fuegel added 12 points and six steals for St. Basil, and Kelly Mancini grabbed 12 rebounds.    Tahniyyah Jackson scored 10 points and Denise Johnson added seven to lead Ben Franklin.
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March 8, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Joe Galasso's quest for a second state wrestling title began without a hitch Thursday. The unbeaten senior from Father Judge racked up a dominating win in the first round of the PIAA Class AAA tournament at the Giant Center in Hershey. Galasso, 24-0 and wrestling at 145 pounds, scored a technical-fall victory over Hadyn Swortwood of Jersey Shore. Galasso prevailed, 22-7, in 4 minutes, 40 seconds. Central Bucks East's Francesco Fabozzi remained on track for a possible meeting with Galasso in the semifinals by dispatching Nathan Cheek of Wyoming Valley West, 11-6.
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March 1, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Neumann-Goretti guard Ja'Quan Newton is among the 67 players, boys and girls, who will participate in the 27th All Star Labor Classic basketball games April 6 at Northeast. The rosters were announced Thursday. Action will begin at 10:30 a.m. Rosters CITY BOYS Gregory Bennett, Martin Luther King Chris Bing, Central Ryan Boyd, Franklin Towne Charter Jamal Custis, Neumann-Goretti Anthony Downing, Sankofa Freedom Shep Garner, Roman Catholic Brendan Horan, Archbishop Ryan Muhammad Laws, Phila.
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February 24, 2014 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jake Anderson made history Saturday at Lehigh University by becoming the first Malvern Prep wrestler to win a title at the National Prep championships. Anderson, the top seed at 220 pounds, recorded two wins by fall in less than 1 minute, 30 seconds and gave up just one point in three decisions. Haverford School's L.J. Barlow finished second at 195 pounds. District 1 AAA West Boyertown claimed five championships, including four by pin, in rolling to another team title at Spring-Ford.
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