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December 4, 2011 | By Evan Burgos, For The Inquirer
It looked as if West Catholic was going to struggle. Pen Argyl drove more than half the field to the 1-yard line and appeared poised to snatch an early lead Saturday. The Knights handed off to 2,000-yard rusher Dylan Evans, who appeared ready to extend the ball over the plane of the goal line for a score. Marquise Gordon decided he just wanted to hit somebody. "I was actually trying to take his head off," said Gordon, the Burrs' senior linebacker. He did his team one better.
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December 4, 2011 | BY TED SILARY, silaryt@phillynews.com
WHILE THE high school football season is now into Month No. 4, quarterback Jaleel Reed, of West Catholic High, doesn't need to think back very far, at all, to come up with his two most exciting memories. Topping the list is the Class AA City Title on Nov. 12 vs. Edward Bok Tech. "I'd gone down near the end of the second quarter with a bad ankle sprain," he said. "But as the game moved toward the end of the fourth quarter, we were down and I could see that my team needed me. I had to come back, tough things out and march us down the field for the win. " Right behind is Saturday's state quarterfinal vs. Pen Argyl, also held at the South Philly Super Site.
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December 3, 2001 | By Joe Santoliquito INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The St. Pius X football season ended just two days ago, but the Winged Lions already have begun thinking about how to replace workhorse running back Zack Pierce. Pierce not only carried the bulk of the Winged Lions' offense this season, he also played a major role at defensive end. Pius coach Dave Bodolus, however, does have someone to look forward to next season. The Winged Lions discovered an emerging star on Saturday in its PIAA Class AA state semifinal loss to Pen Argyl, 13-12, at Parkland.
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March 16, 1994 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Teams are supposed to feel pressure in the state playoffs, particularly teams that have not participated in PIAA postseason play before. But Merion Mercy, a 44-17 winner over Pen Argyl in the second round of the Class AA girls' basketball playoffs last night, is treating the experience like a day at an amusement park. "Coach (Joe D'Antonio) tells us the Catholic Academies League championship was the main course," senior Missy Light said. "This is just the dessert. " The Golden Bears (24-2)
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November 26, 1999 | By Karen E. Quinones Miller, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Dr. Frank Alfred DeRenzis of Brigantine, N.J., a professor emeritus at Temple University Dental School, died of a heart attack Sunday at Temple University Hospital. He was 78. Born in Bangor, Pa., Dr. DeRenzis graduated from Bangor High School and Villanova University. He went on to attend Temple Dental School, specializing in periodontal medicine, and established a practice in Pen Argyl. Called to service during the Korean War, Dr. DeRenzis achieved the rank of captain in the Army Medical Corps.
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November 26, 2012
ONLY THREE of the city leagues' 49 teams remain active as we head into Week 14 of the football season, but you won't be able to see each game in its entirety. Friday night will present no problems as Archbishop Wood - 7 p.m., vs. Interboro, at Plymouth-Whitemarsh in a Class AAA quarterfinal - will be the only team in action. Come Saturday afternoon, well, you'll have to make a choice. Also in quarterfinals, it will be La Salle vs. Parkland in AAAA, 1 p.m. at Northeast, and Imhotep vs. Pen Argyl in AA, 1 p.m. at Northern Lehigh, in Slatington, about 20 miles north of Allentown.
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December 3, 2011 | By Evan Burgos, FOR THE INQUIRER
It looked as if West Catholic was going to struggle. Pen Argyl drove more than half the field to the 1-yard line and seemed poised to snatch an early lead on Saturday. The Knights handed off to 2,000-yard rusher Dylan Evans, who appeared ready to extend the ball over the plane of the goal line for a score. Marquise Gordon decided he just wanted to hit somebody. "I was actually trying to take his head off," Gordon, the Burrs' senior linebacker, said. He did his team one better.
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November 28, 2011
Travel time will be minimal this weekend for most fans wanting to watch quarterfinals in the PIAA state football playoffs. Reason: Two will be in the city and even the third game won't be that far. The only game Friday night, Archbishop Wood vs. Pottsgrove in AAA, has been scheduled for 7 o'clock at Northeast High's Charlie Martin Memorial Stadium. Saturday offers a choice. You can head to the South Philly Super Site for West Catholic vs. Pen Argyl, noon start, in AA or hoof it to Liberty High, in Bethlehem, for La Salle vs. Nazareth, 1 o'clock start, in AAAA.
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December 4, 2012 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
In order to demonstrate his relationship with his coach, Imhotep running back David Williams raised his right hand and crossed two fingers. "We're like this," said Williams, referring to coach Albie Crosby. Williams, the area's top running back, transferred in April to Imhotep from West Catholic, where Crosby had been the offensive coordinator before taking the Imhotep position. Along with his relationship with Crosby, Imhotep is also a few blocks from Williams' North Philadelphia home.
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June 4, 2014 | By Christian Hetrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
Isabel Schaefer has made life easy for the Radnor softball team this postseason. Schaefer delivered her fourth shutout of the playoffs in a five-inning no hitter to lead Radnor to a 10-0 win over Franklin Towne Charter in the first round of the PIAA Class AAA playoffs on Monday at West Chester East. Schaefer finished with nine strikeouts. She was also 3 for 3 with two runs. Katie Jordan was 2 for 3 with two runs for the Red Raiders, which scored six runs in the fifth to enact the 10-run rule.
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December 6, 2012
Inquirer Pa. Football Rankings Last week's rankings in parentheses. Area teams in bold . Class AAAA 1. North Allegheny (1)    14-0 2. La Salle (2)    12-1 3. Wilson-West Lawn (3)    13-1 4. Coatesville (6)    12-2 5. St. Joseph's Prep (5)    10-1 6. Woodland Hills (8)    10-3 7. Harrisburg (4)    11-3 8. Parkland (7)    11-3 9. Central Dauphin (10)    10-3 10. Spring-Ford (9) 12-3 Class AAA 1. Bishop McDevitt (1)
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December 4, 2012 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
In order to demonstrate his relationship with his coach, Imhotep running back David Williams raised his right hand and crossed two fingers. "We're like this," said Williams, referring to coach Albie Crosby. Williams, the area's top running back, transferred in April to Imhotep from West Catholic, where Crosby had been the offensive coordinator before taking the Imhotep position. Along with his relationship with Crosby, Imhotep is also a few blocks from Williams' North Philadelphia home.
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December 2, 2012 | By Matt Breen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
SLATINGTON, Pa. - Tamara Bunch raised her hands above her head as she watched her son, David Williams, rush into the far end zone. "Touchdown, that's right," Bunch said, loud enough that Williams said he could hear it on the field. "You know how we do. " Williams, the area's top running back, rushed for four touchdowns Saturday afternoon to lead Imhotep Charter to a 54-7 win over Pen Argyl in a PIAA Class AA state quarterfinal at Northern Lehigh. The win capped a busy week for Williams and his mother, as they were visited by four college coaches hoping to receive his commitment.
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November 30, 2012 | By Rick O'Brien, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's Interboro's turn at trying to derail the wrecking machine that Archbishop Wood has been in the PIAA Class AAA state quarterfinals. Wood beat West Chester Rustin, 37-7, in 2008; eliminated Pottsgrove by 30-28 and 70-14 in 2009 and 2011, respectively; and showed Strath Haven the door, 24-14, in 2010. The Bucs, fresh off winning their first District 1 AAA title, will clash with the Vikings in a quarterfinal set for 7 p.m. Friday at Plymouth Whitemarsh. Many had wrongly counted Steve Lennox's squad out after it was whipped by Del-Val League champ Academy Park, 49-26, in Week 10. The Bucs (11-2)
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November 30, 2012 | By Rick O, Inquirer Columnist
It's Interboro's turn at trying to derail the wrecking machine that Archbishop Wood has been in the PIAA Class AAA state quarterfinals. Wood beat West Chester Rustin, 37-7, in 2008; eliminated Pottsgrove by 30-28 and 70-14 in 2009 and 2011, respectively; and showed Strath Haven the door, 24-14, in 2010. The Bucs, fresh off winning their first District 1 AAA title, will clash with the District 12 champion Vikings in a quarterfinal set for 7 p.m. Friday at Plymouth Whitemarsh. Many had wrongly counted Steve Lennox's squad out after it was whipped by Del-Val League champ Academy Park, 49-26, in Week 10. The Bucs (11-2)
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November 26, 2012
ONLY THREE of the city leagues' 49 teams remain active as we head into Week 14 of the football season, but you won't be able to see each game in its entirety. Friday night will present no problems as Archbishop Wood - 7 p.m., vs. Interboro, at Plymouth-Whitemarsh in a Class AAA quarterfinal - will be the only team in action. Come Saturday afternoon, well, you'll have to make a choice. Also in quarterfinals, it will be La Salle vs. Parkland in AAAA, 1 p.m. at Northeast, and Imhotep vs. Pen Argyl in AA, 1 p.m. at Northern Lehigh, in Slatington, about 20 miles north of Allentown.
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December 15, 2011
Last week's rankings are in parentheses. Area teams are in boldface . Class AAAA 1. North Penn (3) 13-2 2. Central Dauphin (5) 14-1 3. La Salle (2) 12-2 4. North Allegheny (1) 14-1 5. Upper St. Clair (4) 11-2 6. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (6) 11-1 7. Gateway (7) 9-3 8. Nazareth (8) 12-2 9. Wilson (9) 12-2 10. C. Rock South (10) 12-2 Class AAA 1. Archbishop Wood (1) 13-1 2. Bishop McDevitt (2)
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