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November 11, 1989 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer
Collingswood sent a message to the NJSIAA football committee last night: "We're out, but we're not down. " The Panthers completely dominated Audubon, 42-6, raising their record to 7-1 and keeping alive their Colonial Conference championship hopes. "We've been getting better every week," said coach Bob Barikian. "I think we can play with anyone. " But Collingswood won't get that chance. Due to its low power rating, a product of playing in the small-school Colonial, Collingswood can't qualify for the Group 2 playoffs that begin next Saturday.
SPORTS
November 25, 2012 | By Jeff McLane, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Panthers wide receiver  Steve Smith  labeled Monday night's lowdown between 2-8 Carolina and the 3-7 Eagles the "Battle of the Bads. " What once looked like a meeting between new-school and old-school multifaceted quarterbacks has fizzled into a game of survival for the coaches of both teams. Andy Reid  and  Ron Rivera  both appear to be on their way out, but a victory might at least hold off the charge for one week (or not). Rivera was once a defensive assistant under Reid, as was Panthers defensive coordinator  Sean McDermott , whom Reid fired two seasons ago. Michael Vick  is out for a second straight week for the Eagles with a concussion, so there won't be a Vick- Cam Newton  matchup.
NEWS
January 7, 1991 | By Joe Fite, Special to The Inquirer
A healthy Keith Mackrey makes for a healthy Cheltenham basketball team. Mackrey, a senior guard, played his best game of the season Dec. 18 as the Panthers shocked Plymouth-Whitemarsh, 62-39. But after that game, Mackrey injured his back and the Panthers weren't the same team. But Saturday night in a nonleague game with visiting William Tennent, Mackrey looked to be returning to form. As a result, Cheltenham did the same and won, 71-55. Mackrey and Brendan Nolan each hit for a game-high 14 points to lead Cheltenham (5-4, 2-2 Suburban One American Freedom Division)
SPORTS
September 8, 2007 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
No one can accuse the Ridley High football team, the defending Central League champion, of looking forward to its big meeting with Conestoga after last night's 40-20 thrashing of Strath Haven. Although the visiting Green Raiders stumbled out of the gate, they quickly recovered to thoroughly dominate. Senior quarterback Steve Egee, who returned to the football team after concentrating on basketball last school year, threw for three touchdowns. Running back Andrew Hodges rushed for two touchdowns and caught one from Egge.
NEWS
February 17, 1986 | By Gary Miles, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cheltenham High used its height advantage and balanced scoring to defeat Upper Merion, 60-44, in Suburban One American Conference basketball Thursday at Cheltenham. Led by senior forward Mike Sutrynowicz (16 points), junior guard Eric Hawthorne (11), senior center Ed Ryan (7) and senior forward Ralph Richardson (7), the Panthers improved their league record to 10-3 and their overall mark to 16-6. Upper Merion fell to 1-13 and 2-19. The Panthers, coming off a tough loss to Plymouth-Whitemarsh on Wednesday, took a 13-7 lead after one quarter and boosted their margin to 32-18 at halftime.
SPORTS
November 19, 2005 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Workhorse Jared Bradley ran for 176 yards and two touchdowns to lift Strath Haven to a 21-3 win over host Unionville for the District 1/12 Class AAA sub-regional football championship last night. The Panthers (10-2), who missed the playoffs last season under the PIAA points system after winning nine District 1 titles since 1993, needed everything the 6-foot, 202-pound senior could give them to shake the Indians. The victory puts the Panthers in a PIAA quarterfinal-round matchup next weekend with Pottsville at a time and place to be determined.
NEWS
November 4, 1991 | By Jeff Hurvitz, Special to The Inquirer
On the surface, Methacton and Cheltenham have similar attacks. Both rely on running games. But on Saturday, Methacton was holding the trump card - blocking. The difference in performance by the lines was reflected in the final score, 49-7 in favor of the visiting Warriors. "We're getting . . . kicked, and a lot of it's my fault," Cheltenham coach Joe Gro said after the Suburban One American Conference setback had dropped the Panthers' record to 1-8 (1-4 league). "We were hoping it would happen this year.
NEWS
February 27, 1992 | By Joe Santoliquito, SPECIAL TO THE INQUIRER
Kevin Towns was eager, very eager. The Strath Haven senior knew his team was facing a small, inexperienced Upper Perkiomen team. And if he needed incentive to do well, his team was coming off a controversial last-second loss to Ridley that determined the Central League championship. Poor Upper Perkiomen. Towns was going to make sure this wouldn't be his last high school game. It wasn't. The 6-foot, 5-inch forward scored 14 first-quarter points, became Strath Haven's all-time leading boys' scorer, and helped brush off Upper Perkiomen, 81-59, in a Class AAA District 1 game Tuesday night at Strath Haven.
NEWS
November 6, 1989 | By Dave Caldwell, Inquirer Staff Writer
After Cheltenham's 28-8 loss Saturday to Plymouth-Whitemarsh, Joe Gro, wearing shorts on a 50-degree November afternoon, stood outside the funereal Panthers' locker room and smiled at the improbability of it all. Who would have guessed at the start of the season that Cheltenham would be playing an important football game when most of the leaves are off the trees and the shadows on a field are long? Who would have thought that the Panthers would have entered the ninth game of the season without a loss?
NEWS
September 19, 1990 | By Gus Ostrum, Special to The Inquirer
New Camden High football coach Nelson Hayspell is hoping to launch the Panthers back into the playoff spotlight this season. Despite a wealth of talent, last season's Panthers, under coach Bill Simpson, dropped out of the playoff picture with a 4-3-2 overall record, their worst record in five years. Camden teams had qualified for the Group 4 sectional playoffs twice in the previous four seasons. This fall, with strong players on the roster, including monstrous tackle George Hegamin (6 feet, 8 inches, 315 pounds)
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