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June 8, 2010 | By Bob Cabnet, FOR THE INQUIRER
Using speed and a precision passing attack, Radnor raced past Unionville, 23-14, in a PIAA state girls' lacrosse semifinal Tuesday at West Chester East. The Red Raiders will defend their state championship Saturday at HersheyPark Stadium against Springfield (Delco). Two weeks ago, Radnor (25-1) posted a 12-9 win over Unionville (22-4), and the rematch was expected to be defense-oriented. "I really didn't expect such a high-scoring game," said senior Kelyn Freedman, who scored three goals and had four assists for Radnor.
NEWS
June 2, 1986 | By Brian Miller, Special to The Inquirer
Radnor did not lose a girls' lacrosse match this year. But the Raiders still found room to improve along the way to a state title. That improvement was clearly evident Friday as the Raiders broke open a tense 4-4 game at halftime to power past Phoenixville, 10-5, to capture the school's first PIAA District 1 Championship on a sweltering pitch at Upper Merion. Because this district is the only one in the state to run a playoff in lacrosse, the District 1 titlist is generally considered to be the state champion.
SPORTS
May 16, 2014 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
Radnor's Michelle Gorson was standing on third base in the 11th inning, with her team locked in a 2-2 tie with visiting Nazareth Academy on Wednesday. Gorson decided she would try to score if the ball was hit on the ground. She heard the crack of Holly Pachella's bat, but there was a problem. It was a fly ball, not a hard-hit shot up the middle. Gorson scurried back to the bag, tagged up, and raced home to score the decisive run in a 3-2 victory over the Pandas. Afterward, Gorson, a third baseman, called the moment nerve-racking.
NEWS
May 28, 2010 | By JOSEPH SANTOLIQUITO, For the Daily News
Annie Woehling knows the signs. They come in distorted purplish welts and bruises on her arms and legs - her personal badges of honor. They tell the Radnor junior goalkeeper she's doing a good job of keeping the enemy away, sacrificing herself for the good of her team and enabling Radnor to keep winning. Woehling buried her bruised legs in ice Thursday night after making 10 saves in the rain-suspended first half of the girls' PIAA District 1 lacrosse championship against Springfield.
BUSINESS
February 27, 2015 | By Andrew Maykuth, Inquirer Staff Writer
    Penn Virginia Corp., the Radnor oil and gas exploration company, reported an adjusted fourth quarter loss of $25.4 million, or 35 cents per share. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had anticipated a loss of 10.5 cents per share. The company, which reported earnings Wednesday after markets closed, reported product revenues of $101.4 million, or $51.73 per barrel of oil equivalent, compared to $141.9 million, or $67.91 per barrel a year ago. A Bloomberg consensus of 16 analysts had anticipated sales of $137.6 million.
SPORTS
November 9, 1998 | By A.J. Moore, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The atmosphere prior to the contest between Radnor and Lower Merion Saturday afternoon was similar to that of a playoff game. It did not seem to matter to either the players or fans that the two teams had a combined three wins or that both gave up more than 40 points last week in shutout losses. With Lower Merion's 16-7 victory, the Aces not only defeated a bitter rival but also had reason to celebrate a long season. "This makes our season," said Lower Merion coach Paul Petrillo, while proudly displaying the annual trophy presented to the winning team.
SPORTS
January 29, 2013 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Lindsay Price came out sizzling and kept it going en route to a career-high 20 points as host Radnor beat Marple Newtown, 58-46, in a Central League girls' basketball game Monday. Price, a senior forward, scored 14 points in the first half as Radnor built a 27-21 lead. She also had eight rebounds. Myonie Williamson added 15 points. Public League. Simon Gratz kept up its strong play of late with a 54-40 win at Martin Luther King. The Bulldogs have won four straight games by double digits.
SPORTS
February 12, 2013 | By Tim McManus, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As far as the Radnor girls' basketball team has come this season, a little thing like a nine-point deficit in the third quarter wasn't going to be too much to overcome. Radnor came storming back in the fourth quarter to beat Conestoga, 47-39, on Monday at Marple Newtown and clinch its first-ever Central League title. After starting the season 1-4, the Red Raiders have won 17 of their last 19 games. Not a traditional basketball powerhouse, Radnor has four senior starters - Taylor Quinn, Shannon Quinn, Lindsay Price, and Kyla Crombie - who will be done with their basketball careers when the season ends.
NEWS
March 8, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
When Hannah Nihill gets the basketball, she immediately looks up. Her first thought as she makes her way down the floor is almost always, "Where's Mary?" Cardinal O'Hara's point guard, Nihill, is as quick as they come. And her teammate, Mary Sheehan, can motor down the floor as well. And that's how it went Friday night: No. 20 (Nihill) to No. 13 (Sheehan). Repeat. The sophomore duo was a dangerous one for O'Hara, which beat Radnor, 54-36, in the first-round of the PIAA Class AAAA state tournament at Lansdale Catholic.
SPORTS
January 18, 2013 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Twins Taylor and Shannon Quinn relied on their lacrosse instincts on Thursday night as they provided stifling defense to help Radnor edge visiting Garnet Valley, 42-39, in overtime in Central League girls' basketball. Radnor trailed by four points with 6 minutes, 45 seconds left in regulation before the Quinns helped keep the Jaguars scoreless for the final 10:45. The Quinns, senior guards, have committed to play lacrosse in college. Shannon will head to William & Mary, and Taylor is bound for Columbia.
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