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May 30, 2016 | By Mike Jensen, Staff Writer
Neighbors in Hershey still remember walking into the Pulisic house and seeing a 5-year-old boy engrossed in a soccer game on television. This was a regular thing. An hour later, they'd look over - still watching. Even Christian Pulisic's parents knew this was unusual. "You don't see a kid watching a full soccer game," Kelley Pulisic said, remembering how her little guy, not yet on a team himself, would point out an offsides play, as if he'd been studying the game for decades. It's almost as if Christian Pulisic was living a double life.
NEWS
April 17, 2016 | By Jack Tomczuk, Staff Writer
It was one of Mayor Kenney's first ideas in office: Bring people together with a large-scale soccer competition - a Philadelphia World Cup. "Probably Day Two of my job, I was told to organize a soccer tournament with 32 teams," said Miriam Enriquez, director of the city's Office for Immigrant Affairs. "He [Kenney] wanted it to be just like the World Cup. " More details emerged Friday about Kenney's soccer tournament, dubbed the Philadelphia International Unity Cup. The competition will include 32 teams, each representing a country, and will start in September.
NEWS
March 3, 2016 | By Maureen Fitzgerald, Staff Writer
Thomas Dickson III, 65, of Haddonfield, who loved and coached Haddonfield soccer, died Sunday, Feb. 28, from Lou Gehrig's disease. After coaching his children in a variety of youth sports, Mr. Dickson, known as "Chip," became freshman soccer coach at Haddonfield Memorial High School in 2002. Even after he was diagnosed with ALS, he continued as a varsity assistant, eventually showing up in a wheelchair for practices and games. By that point, the lessons he taught were off the field as well as on. "I can't imagine going through what he had to go through with more grace," said Haddonfield varsity soccer coach Ryan Nixon.
SPORTS
February 5, 2016
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SPORTS
December 19, 2015 | STAFF
The Washington Township boys' soccer team will be presented with the Army National Guard national ranking trophy from MaxPreps at 6 p.m. Friday in a ceremony at the school. The Minutemen, who went 25-1-1 and beat West Orange for their second consecutive Group 4 state title, finished the season ranked No. 9 in the nation by the MaxPreps Computer Rankings. Washington Township is one of 10 boys' soccer teams being honored on the MaxPreps Soccer Tour of Champions.
SPORTS
December 11, 2015
FORWARD Justin Curtin, Williamstown, sr. Curtin capped a stellar career with a 20-goal output in his senior season and leading the Braves to a Tri-County Royal Division title. He finished his career with 48 goals. Curtin is one of the few true four-year starters Williamstown has had, and throughout his career, he's been able to contribute in each third of the field. FORWARD Nick Krake, Cherry Hill West, sr. Krake was one of South Jersey's most dynamic scorers, pairing 16 goals with six assists as a senior.
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