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November 5, 1990 | By Joe Fite, Special to The Inquirer
Cheltenham, on a six-game losing streak, traveled to Plymouth-Whitemarsh on Friday night in search of an upset. But a guy named Sean Cameron Smith stood in the Panthers' way. Smith, a 5-foot, 6-inch, 140-pound junior linebacker, helped the Colonials win, 39-7, over Cheltenham to remain undefeated in the Suburban One American Conference Liberty Division. Smith recovered a bad punt snap, sacked Cheltenham's Hurley Desper, helped block a punt, returned an interception for a touchdown and recovered another blocked punt.
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March 24, 1999 | ERIC MENCHER / Inquirer Staff Photographer
Getting a boat into ship shape, Sean Smith helps to prepare a Sea Ray 310 Sundancer for display at the Philadelphia Boat Show, which opens today at the Convention Center.
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January 31, 1998 | by Nicole Weisensee, Daily News Staff Writer The Associated Press contributed to this report
The mystery surrounding pregnant 13-year-old Celina Mays' disappearance more than a year ago has deepened. Yesterday, her 23-year-old cousin Sean Smith was charged with the aggravated sexual assault of two young congregants at his mother's church in Mount Holly, N.J., the Gospel of Christ Ministries. Superior Court Judge Patricia LeBon ordered Smith held on $50,000 bail, and barred him from any contact with the victims, their relatives or any children. The victims were 13 and 16 at the time of the alleged assaults, authorities said.
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January 31, 1998 | By Lillian Weis, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
A 23-year-old Willingboro man has been charged with sexually assaulting two teenage girls, investigators said yesterday. Sean Smith, of the first block of Crestview Drive, was at the Burlington County Court House in Mount Holly, where he was scheduled to appear for an unrelated child-custody hearing, when he was arrested Thursday on warrants charging him with the sexual assaults, said Detective Sgt. Jack Smith, a spokesman for acting Burlington County...
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January 9, 1997 | by Jim Nolan, Daily News Staff Writer
The fate of a pregnant, 12-year-old runaway remains a mystery as investigators continue exploring the South Jersey choir girl's unorthodox upbringing in the search for clues to her whereabouts. "We're still talking to people and still digging," said Willingboro Police Lt. Donna Dimitri. "We just want to find this 12-year-old and her baby and know that they're safe. " Celina Janette Mays was reported missing by her father on Dec. 16 - two weeks shy of her due date. She fled the Willingboro home of her extended family, leaving almost everything behind, including her purse and prenatal vitamins.
SPORTS
April 17, 1997 | By Gary Miles, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Sean Smith was disappointed. It was the first week of football practice at Bloomsburg University four seasons ago, and the freshman discovered two wide receivers ahead of him on the Huskies' depth chart. "I chose Bloomsburg over some other places because I wanted to play offense," said Smith, a star wide receiver and defensive back at West Chester Henderson High School. "When I saw those guys, I really didn't know what I was going to do. " To get Smith's speed onto the field, the coaches suggested that the 5-foot-7, 176-pounder return punts.
NEWS
September 14, 1992 | By Gene Morris, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
At halftime on Saturday and leading by 13-6, the Archbishop Carroll team talked about the second-half kickoff being the most important play of the game. So did the players for West Chester Henderson. After fumbling the kick and stumbling among several Carroll tacklers, Henderson senior Sean Smith suddenly burst free and raced 76 yards for a touchdown to tie the score. Visiting Henderson, in coach Joe Walsh's debut, eventually won the nonleague opener for both teams, 20-13.
NEWS
June 17, 1988 | By Donna St. George, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dressed in her traditional robe, with beadwork trim, Stacey J. Coverdale, 22, strode up on the stage Sunday to receive her diploma the same way she had spent her four years at Dartmouth College - proud of her American Indian heritage. Only 12 hours later, Miss Coverdale was dead, her life lost in a head-on collision in West Lebanon, N.H. She was in a car being driven by her father when the accident occurred, killing Miss Coverdale and leaving her father, two other relatives and a friend with serious injuries.
SPORTS
September 21, 2013 | By Jeff McLane and Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writers
Some observations and ruminations about Thursday night's Eagles-Chiefs game: A week after his blitzes were picked apart by Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers, Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Davis dialed back his pass rush. He still drew up a few packages that had corners and safeties blitzing off the edge, but linebackers DeMeco Ryans and Mychal Kendricks didn't blitz as much up the "A" gap, on either side of the center. It worked splendidly in the first half as Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith had nowhere to throw or at least was reluctant to pull the trigger.
NEWS
December 9, 1991 | By Steve Wartenberg, Special to The Inquirer
Last season was the culmination of West Chester Henderson's two-year drive toward a Ches-Mont League title, one that broke Coatesville's seemingly eternal 11-year reign as league champion. Four seniors, who had played together on the varsity since they were sophomores, combined to lead Don Ficca's squad to the title. As juniors, they had tied Coatesville for the regular-season title and lost in a playoff. As seniors, they tied Downingtown for the regular-season title and topped Downingtown in a playoff.
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September 21, 2013 | By Jeff McLane and Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writers
Some observations and ruminations about Thursday night's Eagles-Chiefs game: A week after his blitzes were picked apart by Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers, Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Davis dialed back his pass rush. He still drew up a few packages that had corners and safeties blitzing off the edge, but linebackers DeMeco Ryans and Mychal Kendricks didn't blitz as much up the "A" gap, on either side of the center. It worked splendidly in the first half as Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith had nowhere to throw or at least was reluctant to pull the trigger.
NEWS
March 24, 1999 | ERIC MENCHER / Inquirer Staff Photographer
Getting a boat into ship shape, Sean Smith helps to prepare a Sea Ray 310 Sundancer for display at the Philadelphia Boat Show, which opens today at the Convention Center.
NEWS
January 31, 1998 | By Lillian Weis, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
A 23-year-old Willingboro man has been charged with sexually assaulting two teenage girls, investigators said yesterday. Sean Smith, of the first block of Crestview Drive, was at the Burlington County Court House in Mount Holly, where he was scheduled to appear for an unrelated child-custody hearing, when he was arrested Thursday on warrants charging him with the sexual assaults, said Detective Sgt. Jack Smith, a spokesman for acting Burlington County...
NEWS
January 31, 1998 | by Nicole Weisensee, Daily News Staff Writer The Associated Press contributed to this report
The mystery surrounding pregnant 13-year-old Celina Mays' disappearance more than a year ago has deepened. Yesterday, her 23-year-old cousin Sean Smith was charged with the aggravated sexual assault of two young congregants at his mother's church in Mount Holly, N.J., the Gospel of Christ Ministries. Superior Court Judge Patricia LeBon ordered Smith held on $50,000 bail, and barred him from any contact with the victims, their relatives or any children. The victims were 13 and 16 at the time of the alleged assaults, authorities said.
SPORTS
April 17, 1997 | By Gary Miles, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Sean Smith was disappointed. It was the first week of football practice at Bloomsburg University four seasons ago, and the freshman discovered two wide receivers ahead of him on the Huskies' depth chart. "I chose Bloomsburg over some other places because I wanted to play offense," said Smith, a star wide receiver and defensive back at West Chester Henderson High School. "When I saw those guys, I really didn't know what I was going to do. " To get Smith's speed onto the field, the coaches suggested that the 5-foot-7, 176-pounder return punts.
SPORTS
February 24, 1997 | By Brian Miller, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
If the Green Bay Packers' Desmond Howard can do it, Sean Smith figures he can do it, too. Howard, who's listed at 5-foot-10, 180 pounds - a veritable Lilliputian in the NFL's land of giants - came up big for the little guys in this past Super Bowl. He became the first special-teams player to win the MVP award in America's ultimate football game, with four kickoff returns for 154 yards and six punt returns for 90 yards. His 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown late in the third quarter was regarded as the play that broke the New England Patriots, leading the Pack to a 35-21 victory.
NEWS
January 9, 1997 | by Jim Nolan, Daily News Staff Writer
The fate of a pregnant, 12-year-old runaway remains a mystery as investigators continue exploring the South Jersey choir girl's unorthodox upbringing in the search for clues to her whereabouts. "We're still talking to people and still digging," said Willingboro Police Lt. Donna Dimitri. "We just want to find this 12-year-old and her baby and know that they're safe. " Celina Janette Mays was reported missing by her father on Dec. 16 - two weeks shy of her due date. She fled the Willingboro home of her extended family, leaving almost everything behind, including her purse and prenatal vitamins.
NEWS
September 14, 1992 | By Gene Morris, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
At halftime on Saturday and leading by 13-6, the Archbishop Carroll team talked about the second-half kickoff being the most important play of the game. So did the players for West Chester Henderson. After fumbling the kick and stumbling among several Carroll tacklers, Henderson senior Sean Smith suddenly burst free and raced 76 yards for a touchdown to tie the score. Visiting Henderson, in coach Joe Walsh's debut, eventually won the nonleague opener for both teams, 20-13.
NEWS
December 9, 1991 | By Steve Wartenberg, Special to The Inquirer
Last season was the culmination of West Chester Henderson's two-year drive toward a Ches-Mont League title, one that broke Coatesville's seemingly eternal 11-year reign as league champion. Four seniors, who had played together on the varsity since they were sophomores, combined to lead Don Ficca's squad to the title. As juniors, they had tied Coatesville for the regular-season title and lost in a playoff. As seniors, they tied Downingtown for the regular-season title and topped Downingtown in a playoff.
NEWS
November 5, 1990 | By Joe Fite, Special to The Inquirer
Cheltenham, on a six-game losing streak, traveled to Plymouth-Whitemarsh on Friday night in search of an upset. But a guy named Sean Cameron Smith stood in the Panthers' way. Smith, a 5-foot, 6-inch, 140-pound junior linebacker, helped the Colonials win, 39-7, over Cheltenham to remain undefeated in the Suburban One American Conference Liberty Division. Smith recovered a bad punt snap, sacked Cheltenham's Hurley Desper, helped block a punt, returned an interception for a touchdown and recovered another blocked punt.
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