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June 14, 2011
For the first time in school history, Conestoga will play for a state title in baseball after downing Seneca Valley, 11-1, on Monday afternoon in the PIAA Class AAAA semifinals. Senior lefty Austin Little went the distance, striking out six with just one walk as he scattered four hits. "The last two months, he's been the man for us," said Pioneers coach John Vogan. The game was called in the sixth inning because of the 10-run mercy rule. Junior Jake Carr went 2 for 3 with three RBIs and two doubles for the winners.
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June 9, 2010
La Salle spotted Seneca Valley a 2-0 lead before reeling off 13 consecutive goals and cruising to a 15-3 win on Tuesday in the PIAA state boys' lacrosse tournament semifinals at Memorial Field in State College. Patrick Resch started the comeback with the first of his three goals, and the balanced attack of the Explorers (21-2) got scores by eight players. Jack Bogorowski netted four goals, Christian Cardinal and Nick Cruice scored two each, and Kevin Forster added a pair of assists against the Raiders (20-3)
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November 19, 2015 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
At one point Tuesday, Penn Charter's starting goalie could barely see. The Quakers still did not let up a goal. Jay Jennings and Kyle Early combined on a shutout as fourth-seeded Penn Charter eliminated visiting No. 5 Hill School, 2-0, in a PAISAA boys' soccer quarterfinal. Jennings (three saves) came out briefly in the second half after his one of his contact lenses ripped. Early made two saves while Jennings was checked out on the sideline. Sean McKee and Conrad Williams scored for the Quakers.
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June 14, 2011
Baseball PIAA CLASS AAAA SEMIFINALS Spring-Ford 6, Manheim Township 5 Conestoga 11, Seneca Valley 1 PIAA CLASS AAA SEMIFINALS Tunkhannock 9, Blue Mountain 0 Northern York 6, Elizabeth-Forward 4 PIAA CLASS AA SEMIFINALS Salisbury Township 3, Danville 1 Riverside 5, Central 4 PIAA CLASS A SEMIFINALS Reading Central Catholic 8, Muncy 4 Serra Catholic 11, Mercyhurst Prep 4 ...
SPORTS
June 9, 2010
La Salle is one win away from its third straight state championship in boys' lacrosse after dismantling Seneca Valley, 15-3, in a PIAA state semifinal game yesterday at Memorial Field in State College. Jack Bogorowski led La Salle (21-2) with four goals as the the Explorers breezed into Saturday's state championship matchup with Conestoga at 2 p.m. at HersheyPark Stadium. Conestoga ousted Manheim Township, 13-4, in the other semifinal. In girls lacrosse, Radnor (25-1) and Springfield (Delco, 22-2)
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June 17, 2007 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The first eight innings were as riveting as the first 59 minutes of the final Sopranos episode. And then the screen cut to black on Souderton in a disastrous ninth. The Indians' wondrous run and that of their star pitcher came to a crushing end yesterday as Seneca Valley exploded for eight unanswered runs on its way to a 9-1 victory for the PIAA Class AAAA state baseball championship. Kyle Greenwalt, Souderton's ace righthander, did not finish his brilliant start because of a rule limiting pitchers to 14 innings a week.
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November 23, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
HERSHEY - The chant rang out enthusiastically from the Central Bucks East student section with four minutes remaining in the PIAA Class AAA boys' soccer championship. East . . . East! One . . . One! Champs . . . Champs! It may have been a little early to declare the game over, but the cheering wasn't at all premature. From the moment the Patriots walked onto the turf Saturday at Hersheypark Stadium they looked like the undefeated juggernaut that has rolled through opponents this season.
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November 23, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
HERSHEY - The chant rang out enthusiastically from the Central Bucks East student section with four minutes remaining in the PIAA Class AAA boys' soccer championship. East . . . East! One . . . One! Champs . . . Champs! It may have been a little early to declare the game over, but the cheering wasn't at all premature. From the moment the Patriots walked onto the turf Saturday at Hersheypark Stadium they looked like the undefeated juggernaut that has rolled through opponents this season.
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November 19, 2015 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
At one point Tuesday, Penn Charter's starting goalie could barely see. The Quakers still did not let up a goal. Jay Jennings and Kyle Early combined on a shutout as fourth-seeded Penn Charter eliminated visiting No. 5 Hill School, 2-0, in a PAISAA boys' soccer quarterfinal. Jennings (three saves) came out briefly in the second half after his one of his contact lenses ripped. Early made two saves while Jennings was checked out on the sideline. Sean McKee and Conrad Williams scored for the Quakers.
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February 24, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Garnet Valley's Wellington Zaza won three events Saturday at the PTFCA state indoor track and field championships at Penn State. The senior set a meet record in the 60-meter hurdles as he finished in 7.79 seconds. He rolled to the triple-jump title with a mark of 48 feet, 111/2 inches, and won the long jump with a mark of 23-9. Courtney Smith of Unionville finished second in the girls' 3,000 in 9 minutes, 48.24 seconds, surpassing the previous meet best. The Results BOYS 60 hurdles: 1 Wellington Zaza, Garnet Valley, 7.79; 2 Jay Stone, Central York, 8.04; 3 Todd Townsend, Neumann-Goretti, 8.09.
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May 30, 2012
Highlights of Tuesday's contests can be found at: www.philly.com/rally The Lacrosse Media Rankings are chosen by Phillylacrosse.com and writers from eight newspapers, including The Inquirer. BOYS, PIAA SCHOOLS 1. Conestoga. . . 19-3 2. La Salle. . . 17-4 3. Garnet Valley. . . 17-6 4. Downingtown West. . . 21-1 5. Great Valley. . . 14-9 6. Radnor. . . 16-7 7. Central Bucks East. . . 19-3 8. Abington. . . 15-7 9. Hatboro-Horsham.
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