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SPORTS
February 27, 2013 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
NEWARK, N.J. - Of the homestretch of regular-season games for Villanova, Monday night's contest against Seton Hall was supposed to be the easiest because the Pirates came in with a nine-game losing streak, and the Wildcats were building momentum for a possible NCAA bid. The Pirates, however, came out firing from three-point range, and their 13th three-point basket of the game shoved a dagger in the Wildcats' NCAA hopes. James Bell lost the ball trying to beat a double team, setting up a three-pointer by Fuquan Edwin with 8.9 seconds to play that gave the Pirates an unlikely 66-65 victory before a stunned crowd at the Prudential Center.
SPORTS
February 24, 2013
The Pirates reached an agreement with 41-year-old former Phillies pitcher Jose Contreras on a minor-league contract. Contreras is expected to report to camp on Sunday. The righthander is recovering from surgery on his right elbow and will be doing rehabilitation work during spring training.   Learning from the best Sandy Koufax is back in a major-league uniform for the first time in more than two decades, and the 77-year-old Hall of Famer is in his element - teaching, joking around, and relishing baseball's camaraderie during another spring in the sunshine.
SPORTS
December 15, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Rashone Damon's last-second free throw capped Cinnaminson's comeback and sealed a 63-62 win against visiting Northern Burlington on Friday in a Burlington County Liberty Division boys' basketball matchup. With the game tied at 62, Damon drew a foul on a putback with one second left. He then knocked down the first of two free throws to give the Pirates the lead. Cinnaminson trailed by as many as nine points in the fourth quarter before ripping off a late run. Xavier Wilson scored a game-high 23 points for the Pirates, and Jackson Merget added 17. Joey Montalvo paced Northern Burlington with 22 points.
SPORTS
November 23, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
In the last-gasp effort of his high school career, Clinton Hart thought about what it would be like 30 years from now. He was cramped and winded from playing every snap in the game. But so what? He would tell his grandkids about this win someday, he thought. As theatrical as Delran's final drive felt, Hart made it look even more so, recording back-to-back sacks on third and fourth downs to seal Cinnaminson's 17-14 home upset on Thanksgiving Day. "Every year, even back in Pop Warner, it's us vs. Delran in the last game," said Hart, Cinnaminson's senior two-way lineman.
SPORTS
November 23, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, FOR THE INQUIRER
In the last-gasp effort of his high school career, Clinton Hart thought about what it would be like 30 years from now. He was cramped and winded from playing every snap in the game. But so what? He would tell his grandkids about this win someday, he thought. As theatric as Delran's final drive felt, Hart made it look even more so, recording back-to-back sacks on third and fourth downs to seal Cinnaminson's 17-14 home upset on Thanksgiving Day. "Every year, even back in Pop Warner, it's us vs. Delran in the last game," said Hart, Cinnaminson's senior two-way lineman.
SPORTS
October 12, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Cinnaminson racked up 226 rushing yards, highlighted by senior Xavier Wilson's three touchdowns, and stormed to a 48-14 victory over visiting Palmyra on Thursday night in a nonleague football game. Tom Donnelly, who had been sidelined with an injury since Week 1, returned for the Pirates (4-2) and gained 50 yards on nine carries, with one touchdown. Junior back Brad Hawthorne and sophomore quarterback Nick Thevanayagam each added a touchdown on the ground. Thevanayagam's 44-yard pass to junior Matt Morris rounded out the Pirates' seven-touchdown performance.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 25, 2012 | By Dan Gross
OVERBROOK native superstar Will Smith turned up Friday night at Industry XIX (1904 Chestnut) to help family friend and Jackiem "Jacky" Wright of sports and entertainment management consulting firm The 400 PTM celebrate his 30th birthday. While Smith was in Philly, he wasn't repping Philly, instead wearing a Pirates baseball cap. * Smith wasn't the only Hollywood heavyweight in town over the weekend. Kevin Spacey had drinks Friday night at Smith & Wollensky at the Rittenhouse, Dandelion (18th & Sansom)
SPORTS
September 23, 2012 | By Michael Harrington, Inquirer Staff Writer
Someday, it will happen. Maybe even in the 21st century. Somebody in one of the majors is going to come out as gay while they are actively involved in their sport. (Can't wait for those shots of the boyfriend in the stands and it's no big deal.) In the meantime, even owners feel they have to depart from the scene before revealing who they truly are. Kevin McClatchy, 49, the former owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates, said he is gay in an interview with the New York Times that appeared online Saturday and in print on Sunday.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 1, 2012 | By Rick Bentley, FRESNO BEE
Love and war are the driving themes for this week's new DVD releases. Think Like a Man , Grade A-minus: A relationship expert has trouble with his own love life. Anyone thinking about making a romantic comedy should take a look at director Tim Story's Think Like a Man before shooting the first frame of film. It's not often you see a movie that touches your heart and funny bone so perfectly. It proves romantic comedies can work if you start with the right mixture of love and laughs, toss in a cast that's so endearing you want the best for them, and tie it all together with a smart comical thread.
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