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ENTERTAINMENT
September 19, 2015 | By Michael Harrington, Inquirer Staff Writer
Lovable Lyle the Crocodile was discovered lounging in a bathtub in a Manhattan brownstone in 1962. First by the Primms, the family that bought the building from the acrobatic reptile's performing partner, Signor Valenti, and then by readers of Bernard Waber's classic children's book The House on East 88th Street . What followed was a series about the cosmopolitan croc - he shops the Upper East Side, picnics in Central Park, skates at Rockefeller Center...
SPORTS
September 16, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Life as a backup football player can be drab if he doesn't have the proper mind-set. If he's lucky, grass stains and turf burns might provide proof of his contribution. If he stays engaged, however, he might just earn more minutes and raise some eyebrows - maybe even his own. Such is the case for our latest player of the week, Malvern Prep sophomore O'Shaan Allison. The 5-foot-8, 180-pound backup running back certainly remained focused and seized his opportunities Friday in the Friars' 34-0 win against Holy Spirit (N.J.)
SPORTS
September 11, 2015 | By Trevor Newcomb, Inquirer Staff Writer
After a back-and-forth game between two of the top boys' soccer teams in Southeastern Pennsylvania, senior defender Shane Bradley struck the decisive blow for host Haverford School against Shipley. Bradley scored the winning goal Wednesday on a 23-yard free kick in the second half. He curved his shot around the wall and beat the keeper to his lower left to give the Fords a 4-3 triumph in the nonleague contest. It was his second goal of the game. Haverford School earned the free kick when Jerry Karalis was fouled from behind.
SPORTS
September 10, 2015 | BY AARON CARTER, Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
NAME A SPORT and you'll find hundreds of kids in the area working hard and sacrificing every day with a singular goal in mind. Nearly every high school athlete has dreams of playing a Division I sport. In fact, one Public League football player's Twitter profile recently included a photo of a text message conversation, which illustrates the point. The first message said: "I wanna be in love. " The response: "I wanna go d1 . . . " After Week 1 of the high school football season, two players will share our first Player of the Week honor.
SPORTS
September 7, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
His most exciting play hadn't even happened yet, but Haverford School senior Dox Aitken had already made an impression. Aitken, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound wide receiver and defensive back, had just intercepted a pass in the end zone, thwarting a third-quarter drive by visiting Del-Val Charter. As the Fords left the field, a member of the chain crew asked about No. 24. "Is that that Dox Aitken, the lacrosse player?" said Jim Burner, the former longtime football coach at Valley Forge Military Academy.
SPORTS
September 7, 2015 | The Inquirer Staff
It's a good thing Gia Dragoni has almost four years left to top her performance Saturday, because it might take a while. Dragoni, a freshman, scored the winner with a minute left to give Garnet Valley a 2-1 triumph over visiting Avon Grove in a nonleague girls' soccer game. Dragoni volleyed it home from 15 yards out off an assist from Jenna Buttermore. Dragoni has scored in both games this season. Linda Zamrowski also scored, and Ashley Bufano made seven saves. In other nonleague action: Alex DiMarco's overtime goal lifted Episcopal Academy to a 1-0 win at Radnor.
NEWS
September 5, 2015 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nelly Berman, 77, of Bryn Mawr, a pianist from the Soviet Union who created a classical music school in Haverford, died Monday, Aug. 31, following heart surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Berman came to America from Odessa 39 years ago, carrying musical scores and a few belongings in three cardboard suitcases. Her dream was to teach music to talented children here. In Odessa, she had been subject to the Ministry of Culture's choice of musical scores for her students.
SPORTS
September 4, 2015 | BY AARON CARTER, Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
SUSTAINED DOMINANCE in high school football is difficult to achieve. After all, talent doesn't last forever. Graduation, injury and transfer are its nemeses. So what should we make of Haverford School's bid for a third-straight championship? Graduation subtracted 22 players from the Fords' undefeated league run last season. And early injuries have already depleted this year's crop of available seniors to 12 (for now). The Fords may have escaped the transfer bug relatively unscathed (other schools didn't)
NEWS
August 31, 2015 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
Haverford School lost 22 players to graduation, including workhorse rusher Phil Poquie, but the cupboard is far from bare for 11th-year coach Mike Murphy. The defending Inter-Ac League champs return five starters on both sides of the ball, including four first-team all-league picks: offensive lineman Brian Denoncour (6-foot-3, 270 pounds), multipurpose standout Dox Aitken, offensive lineman and linebacker Frank Cresta, and linebacker Mickey Kober. The main targets for Fords quarterback Kevin Carter, who passed for 1,500 yards and 16 touchdowns last season, are Aitken and Micah Sims.
NEWS
August 30, 2015 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Inquirer's Preseason Top 25. Last season's record in parentheses: 1. St. Joseph's Prep (11-3). The Hawks' bid for a third straight Class AAAA state title is headed by tailback D'Andre Swift, two-way back Benny Walls, and offensive linemen Charlie Holsopple and Ed Mooney. Four-year starter Joe DuMond is a force at fullback and defensive tackle. 2. Imhotep Charter (11-2). Albie Crosby's squad has ample speed and size. The Panthers are led by tight end Naseir Upshur, offensive linemen Johncarlo Valentin (6-5, 340)
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