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January 16, 1986 | By Gary Miles, Inquirer Staff Writer
What a difference a nonleague game makes for Bishop McDevitt. "It was unbelievable," Lancers assistant coach Brian Duross said. "The guys were smiling at the foul line and joking around on the bench. We were so loose nothing bothered us. I hope we play that way Friday against North Catholic. " Losers of five previous Catholic League Northern Divison games, McDevitt (4-12) found a way to win Monday's nonleaguer, although it took four overtimes. Led by three double-digit scorers, the Lancers defeated Germantown Academy (7-6)
SPORTS
April 25, 2008
Ryan Potulny scored 2:58 into the fifth overtime as the Phantoms defeated the Albany River Rats last night, 3-2, to take a 3-2 lead in the AHL's best-of-seven Eastern Division semifinals. At 142 minutes and 58 seconds, it was the longest game in Phantoms history, eclipsing 113:02 in Game 4 of the 2004 East Division semifinals against Norfolk. It was also the longest in league history, beating out Hamilton's win over Houston in the 2003 Calder Cup finals that lasted 134.56. The game, which lasted 4 hours and 38 minutes, was reminiscent of the Flyers' 2-1 win over Pittsburgh in Game 4 of the 2000 Eastern Conference semifinals, which went five overtimes.
SPORTS
February 23, 2007 | By Mel Greenberg INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Drexel and Northeastern made NCAA Division I women's basketball history last night, going into five overtimes before Drexel prevailed, 98-90, in a Colonial Athletic Association game at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Drexel freshman Gabriela Marginean, who fouled out in the fourth overtime, set a school record for the Dragons (8-19, 3-13) by lighting up the Huskies (4-23, 3-13) for 47 points. Ohio State 78, Penn State 61 - Jessica Davenport scored 26 points and Ashlee Trebilcock had 17 to help No. 5 Ohio State (25-2, 14-1 Big Ten)
SPORTS
May 16, 1994 | By Gary Miles, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The puck was hanging in the air like a beach ball, and Stephane Richer had just enough left. Adam Graves was nearby, but the rest of the New York Rangers were off somewhere else, apparently pinching too tightly at the other end. So Richer took matters into his own hands. The right winger for the New Jersey Devils gathered up the puck, charged down the left side of the rink and swatted a shot past Rangers goalie Mike Richter. That heads-up play, which came at 15 minutes, 23 seconds of the second overtime last night, gave the Devils a 4-3 victory in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals and a head full of steam for tomorrow night's Game 2 here at Madison Square Garden.
SPORTS
November 24, 2002 | By Eileen O'Donnell FOR THE INQUIRER
Pennsville and Glen Rock each scored a goal yesterday. Each picked a yellow card. And each wound up with a piece of a state girls' soccer championship after they finished in a 1-1 tie. The deadlock was declared after two 10-minute, sudden-death overtimes in the state Group 1 final. NJSIAA rules state that if there is a tie after regulation and two overtimes in a state final, the teams will share the crown. Pennsville finished 18-1-1, its only loss having come against Bishop Eustace, the state Parochial B champion.
NEWS
October 8, 2010 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Not much has separated the Haddon Township and Audubon girls' soccer teams this season after two meetings, and a third could be down the road. In a game in which Audubon had control early and Haddon Township picked up the pace late, the teams played to a 1-1 draw in Friday's Colonial Conference Patriot Division matchup. Visiting Haddon Township is 9-2-1 overall and 7-2-1 in the Colonial. Audubon is 8-2-2, 7-1-2. Both teams are expected to make a serious run in the South Jersey Group 1 tournament.
SPORTS
November 1, 2000 | By Beth Huffman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Second-seeded Souderton and No. 6 Wissahickon battled through regulation and four overtime periods - 90 minutes of field play - then two five-player shoot-outs before their PIAA Class AAA field hockey semifinal at Methacton High went to a sudden-death shoot-out yesterday. Wissahickon earned a hard-fought victory when Lizzie Black, the Trojans' first shooter, scored and sophomore goalie Steph Palmeri followed with a save on Indians junior Nicole Dudek. The Trojans (19-2-1) advanced to the championship game tomorrow against No. 4 Central Bucks East (19-1-1)
SPORTS
November 6, 2006 | By Keith Pompey INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
It was a joyful moment for everyone associated with the Little Flower girls' soccer team. Sentinels coach Markos Pittaoulis hugged assistant coach and athletic director Adam Buchter near midfield at Archbishop Ryan High's field. The Little Flower players sprinted toward goalkeeper Beth Deegan. And several minutes later, members of the student body formed a circle around the soccer team and sang the school's alma mater. The Sentinels and their fans celebrated because Little Flower is once again the best team in the Catholic League after 80 minutes of regulation, two 10-minute overtimes, and two five-minute overtimes.
SPORTS
March 16, 2008 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Ursinus is going to the Final Four. Remy Cousart made two free throws with 17 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game to overtime, and the Bears defeated the Coast Guard Academy, 82-76, last night at Helfferich Hall in Collegeville in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III tournament. In the extra period, Ursinus outscored Coast Guard by 9-3 to take a six-point lead at 78-72 with 40 seconds left. The Bears (29-2), who return to the Final Four for the first time since 1981, will play defending national champion Amherst at 5 p.m. Friday in Salem, Va. Amherst defeated Brandeis, 65-55, to advance.
SPORTS
November 14, 2015 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Goalie Pietro Berghella's punch gave Germantown Friends a chance on Thursday. A.J. Mowafi's kick provided the knockout blow. After two scoreless overtimes, Berghella dove to his left and used both fists to turn away host Episcopal Academy's third penalty kick. Two shooters later, Mowafi left-footed it past the goalie to complete a perfect round of PKs, and the 10th-seeded Tigers advanced, 5-3, in the first round of the PAISAA state boys' soccer tournament. It was the first state playoff win in program history.
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SPORTS
May 30, 2016 | By Erin McCarthy, STAFF WRITER
With the cheers of the Maryland locker room in the background, Brown's Dylan Molloy hobbled to the interview room podium. Bears coach Lars Tiffany said the nation's most productive attack played with a broken foot Saturday in the second semifinal game, a 15-14 overtime win for Maryland. Molloy said the decision to play was not made at game time, not for him, at least. "I was going regardless," Molloy said. "Being on the sidelines is the hardest thing ever. " Despite his efforts, top-seeded Maryland continued its winning streak at Lincoln Financial Field, clinching its 16th straight victory and a ticket to the Division I men's lacrosse championship game.
BUSINESS
May 20, 2016 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, Staff Writer
Cynthia Figueroa is trying to figure out how to handle the new U.S. Department of Labor overtime regulations announced Wednesday that will take effect Dec. 1. Figueroa runs Congreso de Latinos Unidos, a North Philadelphia social-service agency. Under the new rules, enterprises will have to pay overtime to full-time workers who earn less than $47,476 - regardless of their responsibilities, regardless of whether they served as managers or as professionals, regardless of whether they were paid salaries, not hourly wages.
NEWS
May 20, 2016 | By Claudia Vargas, Staff Writer
The City of Philadelphia has already spent $25 million more in overtime than it had budgeted this fiscal year. And that year doesn't end until June 30. Through the end of April, city workers were paid $159.7 million in overtime, blowing through the $135 million budgeted, according to a new report from the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority (PICA), the state board that oversees the city's finances. This will be the fifth year in a row that overtime has increased substantially.
NEWS
May 5, 2016 | By Julia Terruso, Staff Writer
The city's Department of Human Services is paying high overtime costs to keep up with hotline calls and investigations as it deals with staff vacancies and a growing number of children in its system, its acting commissioner said Tuesday. Jessica Shapiro, in charge since January while Mayor Kenney continues a nationwide search for the next commissioner, testified at a City Council hearing that the department will pay $12 million in overtime in 2016. Most of the money goes to keeping the child-abuse hotline staffed, she said.
SPORTS
March 20, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
NEW YORK - Temple had one of its most resilient efforts of the season, but it wasn't enough to keep the Owls' NCAA dream alive. Center Adam Woodbury's tip-in at the buzzer gave No. 7 seeded Iowa a 72-70 overtime win over the No. 10 Owls in a South Regional thriller Friday at the Barclays Center. The Owls were dejected beyond belief, but they showed the national audience what their followers have seen all year: a team that refused to quit, kept fighting and left its heart on the court.
SPORTS
February 22, 2016 | By Sam Carchidi, STAFF WRITER
TORONTO - Maybe they should rename Flyers' overtime games Ghosttime . Twenty-nine seconds into overtime, Shayne Gostisbehere's goal lifted the Flyers to an important 5-4 win over Toronto at the Air Canada Center on Saturday night. It was the speedy defenseman's fourth overtime goal this season, the most in NHL history by a rookie. "Ghost," right winger Wayne Simmonds said, "is an overtime killer. " "He's unbelievable. He's extremely confident and he always wants the puck out there," Brayden Schenn said after the Flyers moved to within three points of a playoff spot.
SPORTS
February 21, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
Temple's Tonya Cardoza gave her basketball team off from practice on Friday and nobody was complaining, including the coach. The Owls put in plenty of extra time Thursday night before losing an epic five-overtime, 100-97 classic in an American Athletic Conference game at Memphis. It tied Drexel's 98-90 win over Northeastern in 2007 as the longest in NCAA Division I women's basketball history. The 197 points were the most in Temple program history "I am exhausted," Cardoza said Friday.
NEWS
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AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference Overall W- L Pct. W- L Pct. Temple. . . 10-3 .769 16-9 .640 x-SMU . . . 9-4 .692 21-4 .840 Connecticut. . . 9-4 .692 19-7 .731 Cincinnati. . . 9-5 .643 19-8 .704 Houston. . . 9-5 .643 19-7 .731 Tulsa. . . 9-5 .643 17-9 .654 Memphis. . . 6-7 .462 15-11 .577 Central Florida. . . 5-8 .385 11-13 .458 Tulane. . . 3-11 .214 10-17 .370 South Florida. . . 3-11 .214 6-21 .222 East Carolina. . . 2-11 .154 10-16 .385 Conference Tournament: x-SMU is ineligible for postseason play.
SPORTS
February 18, 2016 | By Aaron Carter, Staff Writer
The free-throw line can be a lonely place when you're there with the game on the line and a hush falls over the crowd. Constitution's Anthony Satchell found himself in such a predicament against Martin Luther King on Tuesday night during Game 2 of the Public League's semifinals at Southern. With two seconds left in regulation and his team trailing by two, the senior guard stepped to the line as the near-capacity crowd gawked. "I want that moment," Satchell said later. Both free throws hit nothing but net, sending the game into overtime, as Constitution held off King, 75-66.
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