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January 29, 1999 | By Mike Gibson, FOR THE INQUIRER
The perfect scenario for Lamberton's basketball team, Jamil Jackson said, would be to enter the Public League playoffs through the back door. That way, he said, the search for respect that has fueled this team so far would still be there when crunch time comes. The Blue Devils (16-2 overall, 7-2 division) have surprised almost all of the experts this season. "We weren't even considered a contender before the season started," said Jackson, whose 13 points and 12 rebounds led the Blue Devils to a 57-48 win at Central yesterday.
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September 29, 2011
Wednesday was the 27th day of the PIAA boys' soccer season, and Lamberton finally played its first game of the season. Two away games were postponed by rain, and Hurricane Irene brought down a tree on Lamberton's home field, forcing the postponement of three more games. The Blue Devils' field was repaired and the Lamberton squad celebrated with a 6-2 Public League victory over Douglas on Wednesday. Trey Mason scored three goals, and Jarvis Lynch added two, including a goal on a 25-yard free kick.
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September 28, 2011 | FOR THE INQUIRER
Wednesday was the 27th day of the PIAA boys' soccer season, and Lamberton finally played its first game of the season. Two away games were postponed by rain, and Hurricane Irene brought down a tree on Lamberton's home field, forcing the postponement of three more games. The Blue Devils' field was repaired and the Lamberton squad celebrated with a 6-2 Public League victory over Douglas on Wednesday. Trey Mason scored three goals, and Jarvis Lynch added two, including a goal on a 25-yard free kick.
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January 26, 1999 | By Jay Nagle, FOR THE INQUIRER
Lamberton's first loss of the boys' basketball season was barely in the books yesterday when Blue Devils coach Mitchell Kurtz started to look ahead. "We have another tough one [today]," Kurtz said, "so we really can't afford to spend a lot of time worrying about this one. We just have to move on. " Calvin Johnson scored 18 points and Jason Dunham added 13 as Ben Franklin, the No. 2-ranked team in The Inquirer's Southeastern Pennsylvania top-10 poll, rumbled to a 61-36 Public League Division B victory over No. 8 Lamberton at Memorial Hall.
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January 19, 1995 | By Nick Fierro, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Not only is Erond Simmons playing significant varsity minutes for his high school basketball team this season, but he also has been issued a free pass from his coach to shoot the ball whenever he deems it necessary. What a difference a year has made for the Lamberton senior, who last season toiled in obscurity as a rarely used reserve for an Archbishop Carroll team that reached the Catholic League South championship game before being ousted by eventual league champion Roman Catholic.
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February 14, 2013
FOR THE 36th consecutive season, the Daily News is attempting to give college basketball coaches a helping hand with recruiting. Our five categories for seniors are point guards, wing guards, small forwards, power forwards and centers. Players are categorized by the position we expect them to play in college. But remember, a player's role can depend upon the level of school he attends. The players in "The Best" category are those we believe would be most capable of playing in Division I or the higher levels of Division II, or in a competitive junior-college program if there's a need for academic strengthening.
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May 21, 1991 | by Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
So, where was Mike Cerniglia when the call went out for relief? "Actually, I was lying down," he said. "Back by the bushes. I didn't expect to get into the game. I had just gone to do some stretching. Those benches get stiff after a while. " Cerniglia, a 6-1, 225-pound senior righthander from Southern, expected to have an extended stay in coach Fred Campisi's doghouse after twice missing practice last week. But in the fifth inning of yesterday's first-round Public League baseball playoff at two-time defending champ Roxborough, Campisi sensed that starter Eric Grady would soon need help.
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January 18, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Michael Fisher drained a three-pointer from the corner with .8 of a second to play Thursday night, giving Strath Haven a 57-56 victory at Conestoga in a Central League boys' basketball thriller. Those were Fisher's only points of the game. John Fender led the Panthers with 20 points, Ty Legree added 13, and Eric Trowery had 12. Zach Yonda scored 17 for Conestoga, which rallied after trailing by 44-38 after three quarters. Also in the Central, Tom Leibig had 11 points and Mike O'Hallaron scored 10 to help host Haverford High down Marple Newtown, 47-41.
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April 13, 2012
Highlights of Thursday's contests can be found at: www.philly.com/rally Through Thursday. PUBLIC LEAGUE League Gold Division W   L    Frankford. . . 3   0    Central. . . 3   0    Palumbo. . . 3   1    Northeast. . . 2   2    Girls High. . . 0   3    Lincoln. . . 0   2    Bok . . . 0   3    League Silver Division W   L    Rhodes.
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February 14, 2013
FOR THE 36th consecutive season, the Daily News is attempting to give college basketball coaches a helping hand with recruiting. Our five categories for seniors are point guards, wing guards, small forwards, power forwards and centers. Players are categorized by the position we expect them to play in college. But remember, a player's role can depend upon the level of school he attends. The players in "The Best" category are those we believe would be most capable of playing in Division I or the higher levels of Division II, or in a competitive junior-college program if there's a need for academic strengthening.
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January 18, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Michael Fisher drained a three-pointer from the corner with .8 of a second to play Thursday night, giving Strath Haven a 57-56 victory at Conestoga in a Central League boys' basketball thriller. Those were Fisher's only points of the game. John Fender led the Panthers with 20 points, Ty Legree added 13, and Eric Trowery had 12. Zach Yonda scored 17 for Conestoga, which rallied after trailing by 44-38 after three quarters. Also in the Central, Tom Leibig had 11 points and Mike O'Hallaron scored 10 to help host Haverford High down Marple Newtown, 47-41.
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January 10, 2013 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer silaryt@phillynews.com
LOAVEL SUMMERVILLE'S situation illustrates everything that's wrong with modern-day Public League basketball. Thankfully, his approach is exactly right: Make the best of it. Summerville, a senior transfer from Oxford High in Chester County, collected 20 rebounds on Wednesday as Robert Lamberton High swooshed past Thomas Edison, 73-48, in a Public D contest at Shepard (nee Haddington) Rec Center. Notice we withheld Summerville's size and position. Wanted to give you a chance to sit down.
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May 8, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
BY 5:30 MONDAY afternoon, only one word should have been directed toward the lone freshman in Delaware Valley Charter High's baseball lineup. Bravo! Say hello, with gusto, to Rainiel "Ray" Bravo, a 5-10, 180-pound designated hitter, and congratulate him on the strong performance he mounted in a Public D contest, played in occasional drizzle, at Charles Papa Playground, Haverford and Lansdowne avenues. As the visiting Warriors thumped Robert Lamberton, 17-2, in six innings, thus clinching first place at 9-0, all the 15-year-old Bravo did was go 5-for-5 with four singles, a two-run homer and four RBI. He posted his hits in that order, too. A hard single to right to chase home a run and cap a three-run first.
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April 13, 2012
Highlights of Thursday's contests can be found at: www.philly.com/rally Through Thursday. PUBLIC LEAGUE League Gold Division W   L    Frankford. . . 3   0    Central. . . 3   0    Palumbo. . . 3   1    Northeast. . . 2   2    Girls High. . . 0   3    Lincoln. . . 0   2    Bok . . . 0   3    League Silver Division W   L    Rhodes.
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September 29, 2011
Wednesday was the 27th day of the PIAA boys' soccer season, and Lamberton finally played its first game of the season. Two away games were postponed by rain, and Hurricane Irene brought down a tree on Lamberton's home field, forcing the postponement of three more games. The Blue Devils' field was repaired and the Lamberton squad celebrated with a 6-2 Public League victory over Douglas on Wednesday. Trey Mason scored three goals, and Jarvis Lynch added two, including a goal on a 25-yard free kick.
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September 28, 2011 | FOR THE INQUIRER
Wednesday was the 27th day of the PIAA boys' soccer season, and Lamberton finally played its first game of the season. Two away games were postponed by rain, and Hurricane Irene brought down a tree on Lamberton's home field, forcing the postponement of three more games. The Blue Devils' field was repaired and the Lamberton squad celebrated with a 6-2 Public League victory over Douglas on Wednesday. Trey Mason scored three goals, and Jarvis Lynch added two, including a goal on a 25-yard free kick.
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April 27, 2011 | By Joe Fite, For The Inquirer
Even the best-laid plans don't always work out the way they were designed, but Lamberton will take the win anyway. Leon Bynum was trying to steal home in the bottom of the eighth inning, but was able to cruise home in front of a single by Terrance Langford and the Blue Devils stole an 8-7 win over visiting West Philadelphia in a Public League Division D baseball game Tuesday. Langford ended the game when he got enough of the bat on the ball to send a bloop single into left-center field.
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