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October 9, 1990 | By John McBride, Special to The Inquirer
Boys' cross-country practice at Archbishop Ryan can be a little confusing. If one of the Raiders runners shouts for Coach Ulmer, he's likely to get two responses. That's because this season, Ed Ulmer, Ryan's only cross-country coach for the last 25 years, is assisted by his son, Ed 3d. "It was a problem at first," said Ed Jr., the head coach. "The kids call me Mr. Ulmer and call him Eddie. It's kind of funny when you think about it. " The elder Ulmer was in a good mood Wednesday, when the Raiders placed second behind St. James (33 points)
SPORTS
January 18, 2001 | By Joe Fite, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Bishop McDevitt junior Tariq Boston has been a regular in coach Paul Poiesz's lineup during the indoor track and field season for the last two years. When the snow melts, though, Boston heads to the baseball field. Poiesz is hoping to change his mind this spring. Boston has been turning some heads this winter. In a quality 400-meter field at the Track and Field Coaches Association of Greater Philadelphia Division II meet Saturday at Haverford College, Boston finished second in 52.4 seconds.
NEWS
May 11, 1995 | By Steve Wartenberg, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Everybody deserves a day off, and on Monday afternoon, Marple Newtown's Matt DiPretore kicked back and relaxed while his teammates practiced. Over the weekend, the junior was a very busy runner. On Saturday, at the Delaware County championship meet, he won the 1,600 meters in 4 minutes, 27.4 seconds. A day later, in the 16th Annual Broad Street Run (a 10-mile road race), DiPretore was 45th in 55:31. He was the only runner younger than 20 in the top 100. Joseph Kamau of Kenya won in 47:26.
NEWS
June 22, 2008 | By Cynthia Henry INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Author Bree Donovan dons a baseball cap and grabs a tennis racket - she's an athlete. Next she's wearing glasses and carrying a stack of books 10 high ? she's the brain. Finally she's draped in a feather boa behind designer shades talking about whom she wants to date - the popular girl. Donovan explores caricatures to help kids ask: How do they see themselves? How might it be different from the way others see them? "There are gems inside us that shine - maybe even after we've left this world," Donovan tells students in what she calls her "Pre talk," a motivational message based on her new book, Rocketman, the story of Olympic distance runner Steve Prefontaine (Lulu, $14.95)
SPORTS
April 8, 2008 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
La Salle University senior distance runner Sean Quigley qualified for the Olympic Trials and the 2008 NCAA outdoor track and field championships with a time of 28 minutes, 3.72 seconds in the 10K at the Stanford Invitational during the weekend. Quigley, a six-time All-America, shattered his own record by 26 seconds en route to finishing first in the competition. His time was the fastest 10K run by an East Coast runner in 25 years at the Stanford meet. Quigley was named Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week in track and field for his performance.
NEWS
October 14, 1991 | By Don Beideman, Special to The Inquirer
Kelsey Purnell ran her first high school cross-country meet for West Chester Henderson at Rose Tree Park in Delaware County. In a month, she will run her last collegiate cross-country meet as a senior for Widener University at the same spot. A member of Henderson's state championship track team in 1987 and 1988, Purnell has been running cross-country and track (indoor and outdoor) at Widener since she was a freshman. It was her cross-country running that eventually got her into one of her many other endeavors on campus - she became editor of the Dome, the college's weekly newspaper.
SPORTS
September 20, 1992 | By Doug Hadden, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
John Salisbury would prefer not to run alone, but the Haddon Heights standout accepted that role with an impressive performance yesterday. Salisbury toured the winding 3.1-mile course at Williamstown High in 15 minutes, 40 seconds and led from start to finish in winning the 14th annual Kiwanis Club Invitational. Although his winning margin was just 5 seconds over fast-closing Eric Wills of Notre Dame, Salisbury was in control throughout, using his first big-meet race of the season to work on his mental toughness and his physical conditioning.
SPORTS
September 29, 1999 | By Frank Bertucci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
For Becky Bullard, this is a year for keeping streaks intact. The Perkiomen Valley senior has won three straight Pioneer Athletic Conference cross-country titles and has finished among the top 10 in the state Class AAA championship race for three straight years. On Saturday, Bullard won the Chris Fretz Invitational, run on her home course at Perkiomen Valley, for the fourth consecutive time. "I felt really well," Bullard said. "My legs have been bothering me; they felt tight.
NEWS
January 23, 1989 | By Steve Wartenberg, Special to The Inquirer
The favorite indoor event of Adrian Johnson of Penn Wood and Willie Gill of Glen Mills is the 300-yard dash. But each runner moved into another event Saturday at an indoor meet at East Stroudsburg University and the result was two wins. In the Division II (smaller schools) 60-yard hurdles, Johnson won easily in 8.0 seconds. Rich Lord of Conrad Weiser was second in 8.3. This was the third time Johnson has run the hurdles this indoor season and the result was three wins.
SPORTS
April 30, 1992 | By Gus Ostrum, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Cinnaminson's John Keevey perhaps has accomplished as much for South Jersey track and field as any athlete in the region. Yet, until this season, he simply hadn't received much recognition. But he recently was named most valuable male runner at the prestigious Woodbury Relays. For three seasons, he and teammates Mark Nelms, Jason Collins and Kevin Walker have helped make Cinnaminson a state Group 2 power. The Pirates won the state Group 2 championship in 1990, Keevey's sophomore season, and were a close second last season.
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