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May 29, 2010 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
With his high school athletic career winding down, Archbishop Ryan's Mark Golic was due to experience a bit of euphoria. OK, way overdue. The 5-foot-6, 155-pound senior was a tailback and safety for a football squad that went 5-27 in his three varsity seasons. In baseball early this spring, he struggled with his fielding at shortstop, his spot since sophomore year, and was moved to right field. On Friday, Golic played a starring role as Ryan struck for eight runs in the fourth inning and held off favored Archbishop Wood, 9-8, in a Catholic League semifinal playoff at La Salle High.
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May 28, 2010 | By Rick O’Brien, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With his high school athletic career winding down, Archbishop Ryan's Mark Golic was due to experience a bit of euphoria. OK, way overdue. The 5-foot-6, 155-pound senior was a tailback and safety for a football squad that went 5-27 in his three varsity seasons. In baseball early this spring, he struggled with his fielding at shortstop, his spot since sophomore year, and was moved to right field. On Friday, Golic played a starring role as Ryan struck for eight runs in the fourth inning and held off favored Archbishop Wood, 9-8, in a Catholic League semifinal playoff at La Salle High.
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January 8, 1986 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Raymond Berry, who took the mystery out of winning for the New England Patriots, was named UPI's American Football Conference Coach of the Year. In his first full year as an NFL head coach, Berry has led New England to a 13-5 record, the best in franchise history, and to within one game of the Super Bowl. The Patriots play the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in the AFC championship game. Before Berry's arrival, the Patriots had won only one playoff game in their first 25 years. After an 11-5 regular season, New England has scored upset victories over the Jets and Los Angeles Raiders since entering the playoffs as a wild-card team.
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June 19, 2011
Second team Pos.   Player   School   Yr.    P   Matt Dolan   Monsignor Bonner   Sr.    P   Darren Lauer   Council Rock North   Sr.    P   Matt Ternowchek   Downingtown East   Sr.    C   Brian Beyer   Harry S Truman   Sr.    INF   Luke Alba   Downingtown East   Sr.    INF   Joe DeCarlo   Garnet Valley   Jr.    INF   Kenny Koplove   Penn...
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July 29, 1989 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Fullback Kevin Mack, under indictment for cocaine trafficking, returned to the Cleveland Browns yesterday after a month-long drug rehabilitation program. "I'm very embarrassed by what happened," said Mack, who was arrested last month. "I feel I let a lot of people down. To my teammates, I apologize for causing them so many problems and causing this organization so many problems. I've made a lot of mistakes in my life, and it's time for me to take responsibility. " Mack will travel with the Browns when they leave for England on Sunday for their Aug. 6 exhibition game against the Eagles, but he is not expected to play.
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August 8, 1990 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue has informed former Eagles offensive lineman Kevin Allen that he will not be welcome in the league this season. Allen, the Eagles' 1985 No. 1 pick, who spent 33 months in jail for the Labor Day 1986 rape of a woman on a New Jersey beach, petitioned the league in April for permission to play again. Tagliabue notified him by letter yesterday that he will not be allowed to re-enter the league for at least the 1990 season. "The public perception of (Allen's)
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February 9, 1988 | By Douglas J. Keating, Inquirer Staff Writer
Theater Center Philadelphia is celebrating Black History Month with a program of two lightweight plays that raise a smile without unduly provoking the mind. The chief work is Day of Absence, a play Theater Center has staged previously in a better production. But under the direction of Jacqueline Yancey, the show is smartly paced enough to keep Douglas Turner Ward's sharp but largely good-natured satire interesting and enjoyable. Ward's play is a cleverly concocted contemporary fable in which all the blacks in a Southern town simply vanish for one day. The whites have no one to sweep the floors, clean the toilets or care for their children, and they become desperate to get the blacks back.
SPORTS
April 4, 2011
Here is The Inquirer's baseball top 10, with last year's record and final area ranking in parentheses. 1. Council Rock North (23-3, No. 2). The headliners include shortstop Ryan Hartley (Delaware), outfielders Dan Denton (Bloomsburg) and Mike Tentilucci (Haverford), and ace righthander Darren Lauer (Elon). 2. Downingtown East (18-7, No. 10). In addition to Matt Ternowchek, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound righthander bound for Notre Dame, outfielder Jeff Boorman, shortstop Luke Alba, and second baseman Ryan O'Connell are back.
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May 6, 2011 | By Joe Fite, For The Inquirer
Chris Maguire and Harry Beam came through in the clutch Thursday and handed Philadelphia Academy Charter its third straight Public League baseball victory. Maguire singled and scored the winning run on a hit by Beam and the Chargers stunned visiting Franklin Learning Center, 3-2. Maguire singled, stole second and moved to third on a passed ball before scoring the winning run with two outs in the home seventh inning on Beam's single. Brian Walsh held the Bobcats to three hits and struck out eight to earn the win. Israel Diaz scored on a sacrifice fly by Eddie Brito with nobody out in the bottom of the seventh inning and handed Frankford an 11-10 win over visiting Franklin Towne Charter.
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