CollectionsLeague
IN THE NEWS

League

SPORTS
November 30, 2007
ROMAN OFFENSE ROMAN DEFENSE Pos. PlayerNo. Pos. PlayerNo. C John Matthews. . . 62 T Jewhan Edwards. . . 68 G Mike Angelo. . . 77 T John Marcinek. . . 65 G Ed Krimmel. . . 50 T Ed Krimmel. . . 50 T Tahir Basil. . . 79 T Amir Little. . . 36 T John Mazzola. . . 52 T Bob Kalinoski. . . 72 TE Sean Clift. . . 18 E John Mazzola. . . 52 TE Andrew Regan. . . 21 E Reggie Irby. . . 46 WR Al Desiderio. . . 85 E Tahir Basil. . . 79 WR Nick Moody. . . 2 MLB Sean Clift.
NEWS
September 3, 1993 | By Sonia R. Lelii, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Deptford Township Little League, awash in more than $2,000 in back water bills, was promised a bailout last night by the Township Council. Mayor Beatrice Cerkez said the council decided to help with the bills "because of the children. You can't punish them because Little League officials made bad decisions. " In May, the Municipal Utilities Authorities (MUA) shut off water at the Harry J. McAleer Memorial League Complex after notifying league officials that the water would be cut off to the four ball fields near Route 41 unless $1,859.
NEWS
June 16, 1996 | By Nicole Pensiero, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Bellmawr Little League will sponsor two events this summer to help foot the medical bills of Scott Merulla, 10, a player who was recently found to have a tumor on his spine. Next Sunday, Little League players will sponsor a car wash at league headquarters on Essex Avenue. The event will run from noon to 8 p.m. with a cost of $5 per car. In addition, a charity social dinner will be held on July 27 from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Bellmawr Park Fire Company on Essex Avenue.
SPORTS
June 16, 1993 | By Donald Hunt, FOR THE INQUIRER
The Hank Gathers College League will begin its third season tonight at Temple's McGonigle Hall. In tonight's first basketball game, at 7:15, Bell of Pennsylvania, led by Penn's Jerome Allen, will battle the Gladys Rodgers team, led by St. Joseph's Rap Curry and Temple's Derrick Battie. The league is named after Gathers, the former star at Dobbins Tech and Loyola Marymount who died of heart failure on March 4, 1990. Most games will be played at McGonigle Hall, at Broad Street and Montgomery Avenue, except for the first two weeks, when the games will be played in Temple's Pearson Hall and St. Joseph's Alumni Fieldhouse.
NEWS
September 27, 2010
BLACK conservatives were the first to say Barack Obama didn't have the credentials to be president. Tom Sowell called him "glib. " Walter Williams said he had to be "a Jackie Robinson" in terms of achievement "and that's not Obama. " Jimmy Walker from "Good Times" is a talk-radio host in California who was dismayed at the thought of Obama as president after only a brief stint in the Senate. After two years in office, it's obvious Obama is way out of his league. Georgia Makiver, Lansdowne
SPORTS
July 26, 1990 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue will let Kevin Allen know soon whether he can play 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, met with Tagliabue for more than 90 minutes yesterday at the league's headquarters in New York. "I can't talk about what he asked, except to say that they were intelligent questions that dealt with the events of the past and the prognosis and attitude toward the future," said Allen's attorney, Walter Lesnevich.
NEWS
February 18, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
The NHL has seen no evidence players bet on league games through a gambling ring allegedly operated by Phoenix Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet, deputy commissioner Bill Daly said yesterday. It was the first public disclosure by the league of the findings of its investigation, which is running in tandem with a criminal probe. Tocchet, the former Flyers star, along with a New Jersey state trooper and a third man are accused of running a ring that authorities say handled $1.7 million in bets during the six weeks leading up to this month's Super Bowl.
SPORTS
January 31, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Phillies reliever Ricky Bottalico has agreed to a minor league contract with Arizona and will be invited to spring training. Bottalico, 33, was 0-3 with a 4.61 ERA in 30 appearances with the Phillies before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery June 28. He will earn $500,000 if he makes the big-league roster and could make an additional $100,000 in performance bonuses. The Phillies offered Bottalico arbitration, but he declined. Before signing with Arizona, he also worked out for Atlanta.
NEWS
April 4, 2000 | By Rick O'Brien, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The 1999-2000 ice hockey campaign came to a close last weekend, when Pennsbury fell to Serra Catholic, 4-1, in the the state Class A title game at the Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh. That said, it is time to hand out the awards and recap the highlights and lowlights from a season that started way back in September. Coach of the year. Holy Ghost Prep's Brian Tibbels is The Inquirer's ice hockey coach of the year for Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Turning a perennial doormat into a league contender, Tibbels guided the Firebirds to a 16-7-1 mark and third place in the Lower Bucks County Scholastic Hockey League.
SPORTS
January 4, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
The co-owner of two New Jersey minor league baseball teams and his wife have made the largest donation ever to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, giving $2 million to help build a new state headquarters for the group, which grants the wishes of seriously or terminally ill children. The foundation said Joseph and Nancy Plumeri's gift is the largest the group has ever received nationwide. Plumeri is the co-owner of the Trenton Thunder, the New York Yankees' Double A Eastern League affiliate, and the Lakewood BlueClaws, the Phillies' Class A South Atlantic league affiliate.
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | Next »
|
|
|
|
|