October 3, 1988 |
Rich Como no longer coaches the Coatesville football team, but he was on many of the Red Raiders' minds during their 37-14 victory over Manheim Township Saturday at Scott Field. Last year, with Como at the helm, the Raiders lost a tough 7-6 game on a muddy Manheim field that more closely resembled a swamp than a football field. This year, they wanted to win it for Como. "I told the players that coach Como had said to me earlier in the week to get this game for him. The guys really respect him as a coach and as a person," current Coatesville coach Mike Dominick said.
August 13, 2012
Police were investigating a double shooting in Germantown on Sunday night. Two men, ages 19 and 20, were on Henley Street near Manheim just after 7:30 p.m. when each was shot twice in the back, police said. Both were taken by a good samaritan to Temple University Hospital, where they were listed in stable condition. Police said they were looking for four men in connection with the shooting. They said they were unsure what motivated the attack. - Morgan Zalot
December 28, 1991 |
New Year's Day will provide a wide variety of traditional sales, highlighted by the sale of a major collection of American Indian stone relics. Blades, ax heads, drills, knives and points, as the tips of arrows and spears are called among collectors, will be offered at 1 p.m. Wednesday by the Conestoga Auction Co. near Manheim in Lancaster County. They range from a paleolithic point fragment to stone items that were still being used in the 1600s and 1700s when Europeans came to America, according to auctioneer Karl Boltz.
July 18, 1994 |
Chuck Herak, seeded third, won the men's Middle States Clay Court Tennis Championship by defeating unseeded Pero Pivcevic, 7-5, 6-0, yesterday at the DuPont Country Club. The women's championship was won by second-seeded Daniela Pino over unseeded Jill Daly, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. Pino and Daly combined to win the doubles title. The Pivcevic brothers, Pero and Dalibor, carried the men's doubles. CENTRAL PA. 45 AND OVER Richie Cohen of Philadelphia rallied from 1-3 in the opening set to beat Daryl Hall, 6-3, 6-3, in the semifinals of the Central Pennsylvania 45-and- over tennis championship at the Manheim (Pa.)
December 12, 1994 |
After his team finished fifth at the Haverford Tournament last week, Upper Darby coach Bob Martin wasn't happy with the way the Royals were wrestling. But after Saturday's second-place finish at the West Chester Tournament, Martin was feeling good. "I was impressed on Saturday," he said. "Placing second in this tournament was good for the kids. " The Royals finished behind William Penn of Delaware, the defending state champion and a perennial wrestling power. Upper Darby received second-place finishes from seniors Tom Del Rossi at 130 pounds and Scott Dieter at 152, and from sophomore Harry Vlastarides at 145. It also got three third-place finishes and four fourth-place medals.
May 10, 2013 |
To help pay for the construction of the long-awaited connection between the Pennsylvania Turnpike and I-95, turnpike officials plan to borrow $200 million from wealthy foreign investors. The investors, expected to be primarily from China, could get green cards for themselves and their families to live in the United States in exchange for their money. The complex deal is being brokered by officers of a prominent and politically connected Philadelphia investment management company.
July 20, 1996 |
The 36-hole final between Laura Hammond and Nancy Porter in the Philadelphia Match Play Golf Championship was postponed yesterday because of rain. Hammond, the defending titleholder from Whitford Country Club, and Porter, a former titleholder from Merion Golf Club, will play the final beginning at 8 a.m. Monday at the Cedarbrook Country Club. The 18-hole first flight final between Alexandra Walling and Kerry Rutan also will be played Monday morning. The 18-hole second flight final between Sonja Stutchfield and Susan Klauder will be played Tuesday morning.
July 19, 1993 |
Garron Borkum was a surprise winner of the men's singles title, and Cindy Prendergast retained the women's championship as the eight-day Middle States Clay Court Tennis Championships concluded yesterday at the DuPont Country Club in Wilmington. Borkum, formerly of South Africa but now living in Gladwyne, won the men's championship by defeating top-seeded Young Min Kwon, the pro at the Arrowhead Racquet Club in Medford, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2. Prendergast, the top seed, dominated the women's singles final and won the championship for the second successive year, taking a 6-1, 6-1 decision over Jenni Stewart.
December 26, 1997 |
Malvern Prep put a holiday smile on coach Bruce Kennett's face after a solid performance at last weekend's Radnor Tournament. The Friars had three champions in Chuck Vincente (125), Marc Young (135), and Ryan Dorris (152) and finished second as a team with 153 points behind tourney champ Radnor (187.5). "It was the first time we've come together all season," Kennett said. "Some kids actually dropped two weights from the Haverford High tournament two weeks ago. " Kennett hopes the team's balance holds for the forthcoming Inter-Academic League schedule.
August 31, 1995 |
John Powless, a last-minute entry who has been competing at Manheim since 1981, beat defending champion Len Lindborg, 6-4, 6-4, in the third round of the U.S. 55-and-over Grass Court Tennis Championship yesterday at the Germantown Cricket Club. Powless was admitted to the draw by director George Wills in place of No. 13 seed Brad Hamilton, who pulled out. If Powless wins the tournament, he would equal the feat of the Rev. Bob Hetherington of Richmond, Va., who won the U.S. 45-and-over title at Germantown Cricket Club in 1986 as a last-minute replacement.