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March 31, 2016
1 St. Augustine 15-5 last season St. Augustine is perennially the class of South Jersey boys' lacrosse, a magnet for talent from all over the area with depth and skill that most programs simply can't match. This year should be no different. The Hermits return a veteran team led by senior Billy McMenamin, a premier faceoff specialist and strong defender. Seniors Charlie Kitchen and Jared Chiachetti will lead the offense as St. Augustine makes another run at a state title. 2 Shawnee 16-4 Shawnee returns one of South Jersey's most dangerous offenses.
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March 26, 2016 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
Imagine for a moment that Babe Ruth hit his 714 home runs, compiled his 2.28 career ERA, and won his seven World Series titles and then went on to became the best manager in baseball history. That, essentially, is what Cael Sanderson is in the process of doing in the world of college wrestling. You can have an argument about who is the greatest college wrestler of all time, but you can't have it without including Sanderson. Your odds of winning by backing somewhere else are slim.
SPORTS
March 26, 2016 | By Rick O'Brien, STAFF WRITER
Listed alphabetically. Statistics are from last season. Mike Bechtold, Garnet Valley, senior. Solid outings from the righthander and James Madison recruit are key for the Jaguars. Edgardo Bernard, Frankford, senior. A power-hitting first baseman, he batted .489 with 28 RBIs, 22 runs, and 7 doubles. Nick Cerelli, Haverford High, senior. The third baseman hit .393 while being named second-team all-Central League. Noah Clement, Roman Catholic, senior. The shortstop, bound for Millersville, was first-team all-Catholic League.
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March 25, 2016 | By Erin McCarthy, STAFF WRITER
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Penn State football returned to the practice fields outside the Lasch Building this week with a number of new faces roaming the sidelines. The Nittany Lions will enter the 2016 season with new offensive and defensive coordinators, as well as a new offensive line coach and a new safeties coach. On Wednesday evening, offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead looked on as redshirt sophomore Trace McSorley and redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens both got repetitions in at quarterback.
NEWS
March 20, 2016 | By Erin Arvedlund, STAFF WRITER
Librarians, let's learn about dollars and sense. The all-day PA Forward Financial Literacy Summit will take place Tuesday, March 22, in partnership with the Southeastern Chapter of the Pennsylvania Library Association (SEPLA). Speakers include Dr. Cathy Bowen, PhD, Penn State professor and financial literacy expert, Dr. Daad Rizk, EdD, Penn State financial literacy manager, and yours truly. We'll cover topics such as "Planning for Retirement" and "Big Ticket Personal Purchases," "Budgeting and Moving Past Money as a Taboo Topic," and "Successful Financial Literacy Engagement on College Campuses".
SPORTS
March 19, 2016 | By Erin McCarthy, For The Inquirer
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Something was different about Christian Hackenberg. Perhaps it was that the former Penn State quarterback felt more comfortable being back in Happy Valley. Or maybe he felt a greater sense of urgency knowing it was his last chance to show his skills to a large gathering of NFL scouts. Whatever it was, at Penn State's pro day on Thursday, Hackenberg looked like a much different signal-caller than he had at last month's NFL combine, during which he struggled in the throwing session.
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March 17, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Mary Sheehan described it as a wave. Her first points in Tuesday night's PIAA Class 4A semifinal at Spring-Ford High - a field goal that came with just over five minutes remaining in the third quarter - didn't just bring about a sigh of relief for the Cardinal O'Hara junior. "It was actually a whole wave of relief: It went all the way up and ran back down," Sheehan said. Before the wave, Sheehan was in a predicament in the paint. Should she go right or should she go left? Sheehan sidestepped and laid the ball up. While the ball rolled around the rim, she thought maybe her bad shooting luck had continued.
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March 16, 2016 | By Joe Juliano, Staff Writer
The identity of the Penn State quarterback never has been in question since the opening game of 2013 when Bill O'Brien sent Christian Hackenberg onto the field at MetLife Stadium against Syracuse. But after 38 consecutive starts over three seasons for O'Brien and James Franklin, Hackenberg has left Happy Valley for the NFL, and Franklin now will oversee the competition for the starting quarterback job beginning Friday when the Nittany Lions open spring practice. The two primary candidates are redshirt sophomore Trace McSorley, who came in after Hackenberg injured his right shoulder in the second quarter of the TaxSlayer Bowl, and redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens, who was listed as third-team QB last year and never played a snap.
NEWS
March 11, 2016
ISSUE | PA. BUDGET Farming threatened We are all hidden victims of the state budget crisis and lawmakers who refuse to compromise, but now we're facing deep cuts to programs that help put food on our tables. Penn State's agricultural extension programs are national leaders in innovation, and the state's small investment pays off massively. Universities such as Penn State do the research and provide modern methods to our farmers - and the savings are passed on to us. These agricultural extensions are not funded through tuition, but through the state's annual budget.
NEWS
March 3, 2016
ISSUE | PA. BUDGET STALEMATE Don't play politics with university students We, the student-body presidents of Pennsylvania's four state-related universities, have joined to voice the growing frustration and worries of 110,000 students. Because of gridlock in Harrisburg, Penn State, Temple, Pitt, and Lincoln University face the prospect of receiving zero dollars in state allocations this year - a $600 million shortfall ("Threat of layoffs at Penn State," Saturday). If action is not taken, tuition increases, staff layoffs, and program cuts will be needed.
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