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NEWS
October 20, 2013 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kadir Chisholm connected with Zaire Shoemake for two late scores and Olney came from behind to defeat Del-Val Charter, 20-14, in a nonleague overtime football game Friday afternoon. Chisholm found Shoemake with a 20-yard pass early in the fourth quarter to tie it at 14. In overtime, he again hit Shoemake, this time for a 3-yard TD to complete the scoring. Visiting Del-Val Charter had a chance to win it on the next possession, but fumbled on the 2-yard line. CATHOLIC LEAGUE La Salle 35, Roman Catholic 14: The visiting Explorers blew the game open in the fourth when Kyle Shurmur hit Nick Rinella for a 25-yard TD pass and then ran in a 1-yard keeper.
SPORTS
October 14, 2013 | BY AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
RESPECT HAS BEEN hard to come by for Penn Charter this season. After last year's 2-3 Inter-Ac campaign, from which the Quakers lost some Division I talent, seniors James Biggs-Frazier and Corey Kelley felt slighted by what they thought were low expectations from outsiders. Yesterday, at Springside Chestnut Hill's Landreth Field, the Quakers didn't wait for respect to be given - they seized it early on the way to a 28-21 victory. The game was scheduled at Penn Charter's natural-grass field, but weather moved the game to Chestnut Hill's artificial turf.
SPORTS
October 3, 2013 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Watching Jlon Flippens play for the Penn Charter girls' soccer team, there are many things you notice about her game. There's her speed, prevalent both on and off the ball. Then there are her technical skill and impeccable touch. There's a reason the sophomore plays for the under-15 national team. But during Tuesday's dominating 7-1 win over Episcopal Academy in an Inter-Ac League game, Flippens demonstrated that her most impressive skill might be decision-making, not scoring goals - although her knack for that is a sight to behold.
SPORTS
October 3, 2013 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
AARON CARTER has joined the Daily News sports department as a high school reporter. He replaces Ted Silary, who worked at the Daily News for 36 years. "The opportunity to return home and write for a paper I read as a kid is a dream come true," Carter said. "Sports are my life, and writing is my passion, but my favorite part of this business is meeting new people. If people see me out at games, I hope they will say hello. " Carter comes to the Daily News from the Centre Daily Times in State College, where he covered Penn State basketball, minor league baseball and high school sports.
SPORTS
September 30, 2013 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Paul Dooley ignited Springside Chestnut Hill for 28 second-half points, and the Blue Devils earned a 35-25 comeback win at Hill School in a nonleague game. Dooley completed 17 of 24 passes for 220 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He also ran for 64 yards and a touchdown. Dooley intercepted a pass in the fourth quarter, setting up his own 25-yard touchdown pass to Dylan Parsons. IT made for the final score and put the game out of reach. Owen McAdoo finished with 11 catches for 158 yards and a score for Springside Chestnut Hill.
SPORTS
September 23, 2013 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Samir Bullock finished just three rushing yards shy of 300 on Saturday night, and the junior running back sliced nonleague foe Chichester for four touchdowns as host Archbishop Ryan rolled to a 54-10 win. The rout gives Ryan its first 4-0 start since 1988, the Raiders' first of four straight Catholic League championship seasons. Bullock, who transferred from Father Judge, gained 297 yards on 17 carries (17.5 yards per carry). His touchdowns included runs of 80 and 64 yards. The Raiders have outscored opponents by an average of 37.25 points, and they'll put their undefeated mark on the line next week against La Salle, a team they last beat in 2006.
SPORTS
September 23, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Council Rock North's Ross Wilson kept his distance from the pack Saturday, as the senior captured first place in the boys' championship race by five seconds at the Briarwood Invitational at Fairmount Park's Belmont Plateau. Wilson finished in 15 minutes, 51.47 seconds. Kevin James, a junior from Cardinal O'Hara, pulled into second at 15:56.47. O'Hara ended up with four of the top 12 finishers to earn the team title. Steve Maine of Highland won the boys' Division 1 race in 16:01.23.
SPORTS
September 9, 2013 | By Doug Gausepohl, Inquirer Staff Writer
Devon Prep started overtime with a wave of momentum. Archbishop Carroll took all of it away with a single kick. Tommy Spedding's second goal of the game, with about a minute left in the extra period, gave Carroll a 4-3 win in a nonleague boys' soccer game Saturday. Devon Prep trailed by 3-1 with 90 seconds remaining, but Drew Brekus scored twice for the Tide, with the tying goal coming in the final second of regulation. In overtime, Spedding broke free from his defender and beat goaltender Sam Young with a shot from the top of the box. Young finished with five saves.
SPORTS
September 9, 2013 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Paul Dooley took over on both sides of the ball in overtime to give Springside Chestnut Hill a 27-26 nonleague win Saturday at Central. Dooley had a 5-yard touchdown run on the opening possession of overtime and then, after Walter Pegues scored his third touchdown for Central, broke up a pass on a two-point conversion to preserve the win. Dooley finished with a passing touchdown and two TDs on the ground. In other nonleague play: Abington 34, Plymouth Whitemarsh 12: Craig Reynolds returned a punt 64 yards for a touchdown and later ran in a 12-yard score for Abington.
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