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March 25, 2013 | Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - UCLA fired Ben Howland on Sunday night after 10 seasons as Bruins coach that included three Final Four appearances, but culminated with another early-round exit from the NCAA tournament. Athletic director Dan Guerrero told Howland earlier in the day that he was out. Howland had a 233-107 record in Westwood, including three consecutive Final Four appearances from 2006-08 and four Pac-12 championships, including this season. The Bruins' season ended last Friday with an 83-63 loss to Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament.
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March 17, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Kyle Anderson has roots that reach deep into the sandy soil of the Jersey Shore area. His dad played sports at Lower Cape May High School, and his grandfather was a legendary athlete at the old Cape May High. If his family hadn't moved to North Jersey when he was a youngster, Anderson might have played for a Cape-Atlantic League team. On Friday night, Anderson showed the best team in South Jersey what the area lost when he took his game up the Garden State Parkway.
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February 15, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Carson Puriefoy is Bishop Eustace Prep's point guard. Usually, that's a big responsibility. The slick senior has to handle the basketball, control the tempo, and orchestrate the Crusaders' high-powered offense. On Thursday night, the job will involve all that and a lot more. "It's going to be tough, no doubt about it," Puriefoy said. "But I'm ready for it. We're all ready for it. " In perhaps the most anticipated game of the regular season in South Jersey, Bishop Eustace will host national power St. Anthony before what likely will be a capacity-plus crowd in the Crusaders' fieldhouse.
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March 16, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Kyle Anderson has roots that reach deep into the sandy soil of the Jersey Shore area. His dad played sports at Lower Cape May High School, and his grandfather was a legendary athlete at the old Cape May High. If his family hadn't moved to North Jersey when he was a youngster, Anderson might have played for a Cape-Atlantic League team. On Friday night, Anderson showed the best team in South Jersey what the area lost when he took his game up the Garden State Parkway.
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April 4, 2016 | By Aaron Carter, Staff Writer
He's just 5-foot-8 and about 150 pounds, so perhaps the element of surprise is Billy Coyle's best friend on the lacrosse field. When all else fails, however, a lefthanded laser also does the trick. The Malvern Prep junior employed both Saturday as the Friars led early, came from behind late, and eventually survived visiting Garnet Valley, 11-10, on Coyle's game-winning goal with 2.9 seconds left. What earned Coyle room to fire was a bit of trickery. After calling a timeout with 16.4 seconds remaining, Malvern coach John McEvoy sent his Friars (5-1)
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April 17, 2014 | By Tim McManus and Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writers
There aren't many easy days on the Inter-Ac League boys' lacrosse schedule. Tuesday proved that again. Unbeaten Malvern Prep was pushed to the limit in a 9-8 overtime victory over visiting Episcopal Academy. Kevin McGeary scored the winner. He had two goals and an assist. Connor Glancy led the Friars (12-0 overall, 4-0 Inter-Ac) with four goals. Adam Goldner, Kyle Anderson, and Jarett Donaghy also scored for Malvern Prep. Ryan Hilburn had two assists, and Charles Kelly won 13 of 20 face-offs.
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July 31, 2015
THINGS HAVE BEEN a little crazy here lately, with the indictment of U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah sapping our limited resources. But there has been some fallout from our Wednesday story about Whitney White , the mysterious entrepreneur fired from a Chester government post in 2012 who resurfaced at the Delaware River Port Authority this year when Gov. Wolf appointed him as a DRPA commissioner. We reported that White's "think tank," the Global Institute for Strategic Investment, actually is located in the basement of a Northern Liberties rowhouse with four tax liens.
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December 7, 2011 | By Aaron Bracy, FOR THE INQUIRER
Penn rode the momentum of its second-half performance Saturday against Villanova to a 69-60 victory over Delaware on Wednesday night at the Palestra. Zack Rosen scored a season-high 29 points to pace the Quakers (5-5), who had lost four of their last five games. But Penn was feeling good after outscoring Villanova by 10 points after halftime in its 73-65 Big Five loss to the Wildcats. "I think we've got something to build on," Rosen said after that game. The Quakers did so without sophomore guard Miles Cartwright, their third-leading scorer (11.2-point average)
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November 1, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
MAYOR Michael Bloomberg said Wednesday the NYC Marathon will go on as planned Sunday after Superstorm Sandy devastated the city. Marathon organizers had been moving forward with planning but awaited final word from the city about whether holding the race would be safe and viable with flooding, power outages and transit shutdowns still afflicting the five boroughs. New York Road Runners president Mary Wittenberg said that organizers were preparing to use more private contractors than past years to reduce the strain on city services.
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March 15, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Atlantic City coach Gene Allen knows that his players are looking forward to facing national power St. Anthony of Jersey City in the semifinals of the boys' basketball Tournament of Champions on Friday night at Rutgers University. "When you're 16, 17, you think like that," Allen said with a smile. Atlantic City (26-5), the Group 4 state champion, will be a decided underdog in the second game of a doubleheader that will feature Plainfield (29-3) vs. St. Joseph of Metuchen (29-1)
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April 4, 2016 | By Aaron Carter, Staff Writer
He's just 5-foot-8 and about 150 pounds, so perhaps the element of surprise is Billy Coyle's best friend on the lacrosse field. When all else fails, however, a lefthanded laser also does the trick. The Malvern Prep junior employed both Saturday as the Friars led early, came from behind late, and eventually survived visiting Garnet Valley, 11-10, on Coyle's game-winning goal with 2.9 seconds left. What earned Coyle room to fire was a bit of trickery. After calling a timeout with 16.4 seconds remaining, Malvern coach John McEvoy sent his Friars (5-1)
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July 31, 2015
THINGS HAVE BEEN a little crazy here lately, with the indictment of U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah sapping our limited resources. But there has been some fallout from our Wednesday story about Whitney White , the mysterious entrepreneur fired from a Chester government post in 2012 who resurfaced at the Delaware River Port Authority this year when Gov. Wolf appointed him as a DRPA commissioner. We reported that White's "think tank," the Global Institute for Strategic Investment, actually is located in the basement of a Northern Liberties rowhouse with four tax liens.
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April 17, 2014 | By Tim McManus and Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writers
There aren't many easy days on the Inter-Ac League boys' lacrosse schedule. Tuesday proved that again. Unbeaten Malvern Prep was pushed to the limit in a 9-8 overtime victory over visiting Episcopal Academy. Kevin McGeary scored the winner. He had two goals and an assist. Connor Glancy led the Friars (12-0 overall, 4-0 Inter-Ac) with four goals. Adam Goldner, Kyle Anderson, and Jarett Donaghy also scored for Malvern Prep. Ryan Hilburn had two assists, and Charles Kelly won 13 of 20 face-offs.
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March 25, 2013 | Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - UCLA fired Ben Howland on Sunday night after 10 seasons as Bruins coach that included three Final Four appearances, but culminated with another early-round exit from the NCAA tournament. Athletic director Dan Guerrero told Howland earlier in the day that he was out. Howland had a 233-107 record in Westwood, including three consecutive Final Four appearances from 2006-08 and four Pac-12 championships, including this season. The Bruins' season ended last Friday with an 83-63 loss to Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament.
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November 1, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
MAYOR Michael Bloomberg said Wednesday the NYC Marathon will go on as planned Sunday after Superstorm Sandy devastated the city. Marathon organizers had been moving forward with planning but awaited final word from the city about whether holding the race would be safe and viable with flooding, power outages and transit shutdowns still afflicting the five boroughs. New York Road Runners president Mary Wittenberg said that organizers were preparing to use more private contractors than past years to reduce the strain on city services.
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September 4, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
INTER MILAN and Telecom Italia have reportedly been ordered to pay Christian Vieri 1 million euros ($1.26 million) in damages for spying on the player through phone taps. The ANSA news agency and the Gazzetta dello Sport report that a Milan court made the decision Monday. Vieri filed a lawsuit against his former club and Telecom for a combined 21 million euros ($26 million) in damages 5 years ago, after word leaked that they had spied on him to monitor his life off the pitch.
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March 17, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Kyle Anderson has roots that reach deep into the sandy soil of the Jersey Shore area. His dad played sports at Lower Cape May High School, and his grandfather was a legendary athlete at the old Cape May High. If his family hadn't moved to North Jersey when he was a youngster, Anderson might have played for a Cape-Atlantic League team. On Friday night, Anderson showed the best team in South Jersey what the area lost when he took his game up the Garden State Parkway.
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March 16, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Atlantic City coach Gene Allen knows that his players are looking forward to facing national power St. Anthony of Jersey City in the semifinals of the boys' basketball Tournament of Champions on Friday night at Rutgers University. "When you're 16, 17, you think like that," Allen said with a smile. Atlantic City (26-5), the Group 4 state champion, will be a decided underdog in the second game of a doubleheader that will feature Plainfield (29-3) vs. St. Joseph of Metuchen (29-1)
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March 15, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Atlantic City coach Gene Allen knows that his players are looking forward to facing national power St. Anthony of Jersey City in the semifinals of the boys' basketball Tournament of Champions on Friday night at Rutgers University. "When you're 16, 17, you think like that," Allen said with a smile. Atlantic City (26-5), the Group 4 state champion, will be a decided underdog in the second game of a doubleheader that will feature Plainfield (29-3) vs. St. Joseph of Metuchen (29-1)
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