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October 4, 2003 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Northeast's final practice before facing Mastbaum yesterday did not run so smoothly. Coach Mel Hinton told the players when bad things happen, he will take the blame. Apparently, when good things happen, the Vikings do not mind blaming him, either. After Northeast's 9-0 victory over visiting Mastbaum, players emerged from the locker room, shook his hand and said, "It's your fault we won, coach. " Hinton was happy to deflect credit. The Vikings' defense deserved some. Mastbaum (2-1)
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January 13, 2012
Swenson's basketball team swatted away 17 shots by visiting Mastbaum, but the Lions still needed a late basket by Marcus Tillery to pull out a 49-47 win in one of seven Public League games decided in the closing seconds on Thursday afternoon. Tillery, a 6-foot-6 senior center, piled up nine of his team's blocked shots to go with 11 points, 12 rebounds and two assists, capped by his putback with 3 seconds to play. Jay Hardy chipped in with 14 points, 5 rebounds and 3 blocks. Also in the Public League, Paul Robeson's Aaquil Craft-Brown sank two foul shots with 5 seconds left to secure a 50-48 win at Freire Charter.
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December 5, 1993 | By Frank Lawlor, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In the Public League, the saying goes, anything can happen - and usually does. Yesterday, a most amazing upset happened in the football championship game. Murrell Dobbins Tech, a potential last-place team less than a month ago, won the first title of its 47-year history by overcoming a 16-0 halftime deficit to beat previously undefeated Mastbaum, 23-16, in a mudbath at Northeast High School field. Among several unlikelihoods that led to the championship, the role of hero yesterday belonged to a placekicker, Matthew Johnson, who not only kicked the winning field goal but changed the face of the game with three booming kickoffs.
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November 10, 2011
Monique Bowman, a Mastbaum senior who was honored Monday at ESPN's Chalk Talk luncheon at Lincoln Financial Field, was misidentified in a Tuesday story about the event.
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November 16, 1991 | By Pete Schnatz, Special to The Inquirer
Finding no luck through the air, Dobbins quarterback Derrik Millhouse turned to the ground to rally the Mustangs past defending Public League football champion Mastbaum, 14-6, in a quarterfinal playoff game yesterday at Dobbins. Dobbins (8-0) will meet Washington, a 36-0 winner over University City, in a semifinal next Saturday at Northeast High. A brilliant defensive effort by the feisty but undermanned Mastbaum squad, along with several dropped passes, doomed Millhouse to a 3-for-17 passing day. But the only numbers that mattered to Dobbins coach Bob Smith in the end were the two second-half touchdowns scored by his senior quarterback.
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October 18, 2012 | By Thomas Mahon, Inquirer Staff Writer
As regulation came to an end, the score read 1-1, and for the second time in a matter of hours, Mastbaum's fate rested on penalty kicks. The Panthers' season ended, though, as Science Leadership won the penalty round, 4-2, to earn the final playoff spot in the Public League boys' soccer C division. Both goalkeepers stood out, with Matt Rinaldi making 13 saves for the Rockets and William Heard stopping 11 shots for Mastbaum. In a rare occurrence, four teams found themselves tied for second place at season's end, requiring the league to hold a playoff to determine the second seed.
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October 18, 2012 | By Thomas Mahon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As regulation came to an end, the score read 1-1, and for the second time in a matter of hours, Mastbaum's fate rested on penalty kicks. The Panthers' season ended, though, as Science Leadership won the penalties round, 4-2, to earn the final playoff spot in the Public League boys' soccer C division. Both goalkeepers stood out, with Matt Rinaldi making 13 saves for the Rockets and William Heard stopping 11 shots for Mastbaum. In a rare occurrence, four teams found themselves tied for second place at season's end, requiring the league to hold a playoff to determine the second seed.
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November 22, 2012 | By Brandon Stoneburg, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Junior Robert Hall scored in overtime for his third touchdown, leading University City to a 34-28 win against Mastbaum on Wednesday night in a nonleague football game. Hall scored on two fumble recoveries, the second with a minute left in regulation to send the game to overtime. In overtime, the linebacker/running back scored on a 20-yard run for the winning points. Ronnie Kennedy scored two rushing touchdowns for Mastbaum. In other nonleague action: Prep Charter 46, Furness 12 - Sophomore Vion Dolo threw four touchdown passes to lead Prep Charter to the nonleague win. Dolo's scoring strikes covered 25, 35, 32, and 31 yards, with Ronald Stokes and John Graham receiving two each.
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September 29, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
The running back tandem of Wayne Brunson and Eric Johnson combined for three touchdowns and 204 rushing yards Friday, sending Southern to a 20-16 victory over Mastbaum in a Public League AAAA Silver football game at Northeast. Brunson scored the Rams' first two touchdowns, on runs of 46 and 8 yards, to give them a 14-8 lead in the first quarter. Johnson, the fullback, scored from 3 yards in the final quarter to widen the margin to 20-8. The Panthers got within 20-16 with 25 seconds remaining when Kamal Taylor caught a 23-yard pass from Joseph Walker and Walker threw a two-point conversion pass to Frank Quiones.
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January 10, 2013 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Lauren Anderson scored just three points on Wednesday, but her 15 rebounds were enough to pull Christopher Dock to a 44-37 win over MaST Charter in Bicentennial League girls' basketball. Shea Neal added six assists, and Lanae Hunsberger scored six of her 15 points in the second half. Mattasyn Shisler chipped in with 13 points. Tri-County. Michaiah Young scored eight of her 10 points in the second half as host Mercy Vocational clamped down to top Del-Val Friends, 27-15. The senior forward was a cog in the Monarchs' 2-3 defense, which allowed just one point in the fourth quarter.
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Baseball CATHOLIC LEAGUE Archbishop Carroll 6, Conwell-Egan 2 La Salle 14, Bishop McDevitt 0 Roman Catholic 12, Archbishop Ryan 2 Father Judge 10, Cardinal O'Hara 2 PUBLIC LEAGUE West Philadelphia 17, Overbrook 2 PUBLIC LEAGUE DIVISION A Washington 11, Prep Charter 8 Franklin Towne Charter 11, Swenson 4 Olney 12, Central 2 Northeast 3, Frankford 2 Esperanza 10, Lincoln 4 PUBLIC LEAGUE DIVISION B...
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November 28, 2015 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
Yeedee Thaenrat could only watch from the sidelines as his Father Judge football team played its Thanksgiving Day game at Lincoln. The Crusaders star running back was injured in the second quarter of a Catholic League AAA semifinal loss at La Salle two weeks ago. But Thursday morning, the senior saw a lot of offense on the ground anyway as Father Judge rolled past Lincoln, 35-14, in a nonleague matchup. Robert King ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw another to lead Father Judge.
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November 4, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sylvester and Bolita Gleplay had their prayers answered 16 years ago when their son was born. Now the aptly named Answered Gleplay is the city's leading rusher and a major problem for Public League defenses. The Bartram sophomore rushed for 305 yards and three touchdowns last week in the Braves' 32-27 AAAA Liberty Division win over Fels. Bartram (7-2, 5-2) will play top-seeded Northeast on Friday in the quarterfinals of the Public League's football playoffs. Long before that his parents fled Civil War in Liberia and headed for Ghana while Bolita was pregnant with their first child.
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November 4, 2015 | BY AARON CARTER, Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
SYLVESTER and Bolita Gleplay, natives of Liberia, had their prayers answered 16 years ago when their son was born. Now, he is the city's leading rusher and a major problem for Public League defenses. Bartram sophomore Answered Gleplay, our latest Player of the Week, rushed for 305 yards and three touchdowns last week in the Braves' 32-27 AAAA Liberty division victory against Fels. Bartram (7-2, 5-2) will play top-seeded Northeast on Friday in the quarterfinals of the Pub's football playoffs.
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October 25, 2015 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jenkintown's Frank Sobolewski sealed a 14-7 Bicentennial League win at Calvary Christian Friday afternoon with an interception at his team's 17-yard line with two minutes remaining in regulation. In the third, Andres Madden connected with Justin Nusbaum on a 40-yard pass for the go-ahead score. The senior quarterback completed 6 of 12 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns. Nusbaum also had two interceptions. BICENTENNIAL LEAGUE Lower Moreland 20, Valley Forge Military Academy 14: Trailing 14-0 in the second quarter, Mike Parisse threw a pair of touchdowns to tie it for visiting Lower Moreland.
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October 21, 2015 | BY AARON CARTER, Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
WEST CATHOLIC'S Craig Jones has a boulder on his shoulder that he takes with him wherever he goes. Nearly two weeks ago, the 6-foot, 185-pound senior wide receiver and defensive back took it to Plymouth Whitemarsh. "I was there when Archbishop Wood played La Salle and I was talking to a Temple coach," Jones said. "I asked him, 'What do I have to do to get an offer?' Then I told him I would score five touchdowns in one game, seriously!" Jones, our latest Player of the Week, made good last week at Widener, where the Burrs throttled Bishop McDevitt, 48-13.
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October 21, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
West Catholic's Craig Jones has a boulder on his shoulder that he takes with him wherever he goes. Nearly two weeks ago, the 6-foot, 185-pound senior wide receiver and defensive back took it to the field at Plymouth Whitemarsh High. "I was there when Archbishop Wood played La Salle and I was talking to a Temple coach," Jones said. "I asked him, 'What do I have to do to get an offer?' Then I told him I would score five touchdowns in one game - seriously. " Jones made good last week at Widener, where the Burrs throttled Bishop McDevitt, 48-13.
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October 11, 2015 | By Mark Whited, Inquirer Staff Writer
With 50 seconds remaining in its game against Coatesville - the 11th-ranked team in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer - West Chester East relied on its kicker. From 27 yards out, Nick Phillips did not disappoint. The senior connected on a game-winning field goal to give the host Vikings a 31-30 win Friday night in a Ches-Mont League National game. Jon Jon Roberts threw two touchdowns and ran for two. CHES-MONT LEAGUE NATIONAL Downingtown West 27, Bishop Shanahan 16: Thomas Mattioni threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead the sixth-ranked hosts to a 6-0 start this season.
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November 15, 2014 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mark Forrest was up to his old tricks Thursday in the PAISAA Tournament. A year after his penalty kick gave Hill School its first state soccer championship, Forrest delivered again to keep the Blues' chances for a repeat alive. Forrest weaved through two defenders in the box and scored the go-ahead goal in the final minute as fourth-seeded Hill School beat visiting, No. 9 Kiski School, 2-1, in a semifinal. Forrest, a senior, had both Blues goals. Hill will play Mercersburg Academy in the final Saturday at Cabrini College.
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November 4, 2014 | BY AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
PAUL SANCHEZ entered last week's playoff matchup against Frankford with just 383 total rushing yards. What's more, the Martin Luther King High junior running back only averaged about seven carries per game. Well, there must have been something in the air Friday night at the Ben Johnston Supersite. "Yeah, I felt it," Sanchez said. "After drives I would just go up to my line and tell them, 'We're runnin' for a deuce this game!' They were doing really well and I just kept complimenting them.
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