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October 20, 2014 | By Maria Panaritis, Inquirer Staff Writer
Philadelphia, your moment has arrived. Billionaire-deep wallets and millennial minds are descending on the city Sunday for the start to the first Forbes Under 30 Summit, where tycoons and start-up stars will mindmeld with young entrepreneurs in what organizers hope may become an annual East Coast version of the South by Southwest Festival in Texas. The exclusive event kicks off with a concert in Northern Liberties on Sunday featuring Wiz Khalifa and others. It continues through Wednesday with TED-like talks at the Convention Center, tours of budding commercial and tech enterprises across the city, and visits by Forbes honorees to seven schools.
NEWS
October 7, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Holding a 10-stroke lead heading into the final round, the Kutztown women's golf team held off West Chester on Sunday to win its Fall Invite by 1 stroke at Berkleigh Golf Club. Hope Giordano (Council Rock South) won her first tournament as a Golden Bear. She carded an 80 for a two-day total of 159, finishing 5 strokes ahead of the Golden Rams' Lacey Bensing. Women's Soccer La Salle 3, VCU 1 - Kelsey Haycook netted a pair of goals in the first half before Anna Dolhansky (Triton)
NEWS
October 5, 2014
SOCCER COLONIAL PATRIOT Haddon Heights 3, Woodbury 2: Erin Peters knocked in the game-winner for the host Garnets. Natalie Johnson and Alex Pease added the other goals. Rebecca Rossett scored twice for the Thundering Herd. Gateway 5, Paulsboro 0: Perri Stavoli had a goal and an assist for the host Gators. Mackenzie Dubbs needed just two saves to earn the shutout. COLONIAL LIBERTY Sterling 1, Haddonfield 0: Sabrina Shinkowitz scored for the host Silver Knights, who edged the Bulldogs.
SPORTS
October 2, 2014 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
By the time Williamstown walked off the field after the first half Tuesday afternoon, the Braves had a win practically sealed. Ranked No. 4 in South Jersey by The Inquirer, the visiting Braves netted three first-half goals in a 4-1 victory at Triton in a Tri-County Royal girls' soccer game. Madelyn Buchanan finished with two goals. Ashley Engler and Allie Schneeman scored one apiece. Mary Kate Ulmer recorded a pair of assists. Taylor Bynoe made four saves. Elsewhere in Tri-County Royal action: Renae Moken led visiting Highland with two goals in a 4-2 win over Kingsway.
NEWS
September 29, 2014
BUCKS COUNTY Delaware Valley College to host 'Visit Day' DOYLESTOWN Delaware Valley College, which this year reported its largest enrollment gain in 10 years, will hold a "Saturday Visit Day" on Oct. 11 for prospective students. Events will include a presentation by an admissions counselor and a group tour. The college has about 1,700 undergraduates and 300 graduate students, and added 625 new students for the fall semester, a 17 percent increase over last year's entering class.
SPORTS
September 13, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Regardless of the numbers on the scoreboard at the end of the game, Hammonton football will make history on Friday night. Long a flagship program in the Cape-Atlantic League, Hammonton will make its debut in the West Jersey Football League by hosting Kingsway in a game loaded with National Division and South Jersey Group 4 implications. "It's different, and that makes it exciting," Hammonton coach Pete Lancetta said. Hammonton joined the Tri-County Conference for all sports this school year.
NEWS
September 7, 2014 | By Christian Hetrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Cumberland boys' soccer team started its season on the right foot Friday. The right foot of Scott DeLussa, that is. DeLussa, a senior striker and cocaptain, opened the scoring with a first-half goal off his right foot. He then scored two goals in the second half - one on a header and another on a left-footed shot - to complete the hat trick, as the Colts blanked host Penns Grove, 3-0, in a Tri-County Diamond matchup. Michael Raczenbek made three saves for the shutout. Nonleague.
SPORTS
September 7, 2014 | For The Inquirer
Parx Racing will play host to the 14th edition of Pennsylvania's Day at the Races on Saturday with a card featuring five stakes with purses totaling $400,000. Topping the racing program is the $100,000 Mrs. Penny Stakes, a one mile and one-sixteenth turf test for fillies and mares 3-and-up. The 2-1 morning line favorite is Waterway Run, a 4 year-old Arch filly racing for owner Martin Schwartz and trained by Chad Brown. A four time winner on the grass, she's also a graded winner, having won the G3 Beaugay Handicap back in May at Belmont Park.
NEWS
September 7, 2014
SOCCER CATHOLIC LEAGUE Archbishop Ryan 2, Archbishop Wood 0: Behind strong defense from Kaitlyn McFadden and goals from Jules Blank and Casey Rodgers, the visiting Ragdolls' Jazmin Gonzalez recorded her second straight shutout. Archbishop Carroll 2, Cardinal O'Hara 0: Melissa Stahl netted a pair of goals for the visiting Patriots. Juliet Rossetti and Claire Boylan each had an assist. Little Flower 6, Neumann-Goretti 0: Taylor Schuler and Julie Fox each scored twice in the Sentinels' win at home.
NEWS
September 4, 2014 | By Edward Colimore, Inquirer Staff Writer
For Tuckahoe Turf Farms, use of its sprawling fields by soccer teams is simply a no-brainer: It grows turf for recreational venues, so allowing games on the farm is a way to market the product and demonstrate its quality. What difference is there between Tuckahoe's use of its land and farms that operate corn mazes and hay rides to draw customers to buy produce? lawyers for the soccer league and farm ask. Over the last four years, thousands of people have turned out for the games held by the Mid-Atlantic Soccer Showcase League at the sprawling farm in the 400 block of North Myrtle Street - with no harm to the land, the attorneys say. But the Pinelands Commission has ordered all soccer games and practices to cease after Nov. 30, saying they violate preserved land deed restrictions that allow only low-intensity recreation.
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