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May 23, 2014 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
WHEN WAYNE Tribue was studding it up for Temple from 2008-11, he didn't really pay much attention to the Soul. That's because he was either focusing on a possible chance at an NFL career or on his studies as a biochemistry major. If football didn't work out, Tribue was thinking about becoming a doctor or "doing something in [medical] research," he said. After bouncing around several NFL camps, including Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco, Tribue is now an Arena League rookie and, somewhat fortuitously, property of the Soul.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 2014 | By Toby Zinman, For The Inquirer
A little company with big voices, 11th Hour Theatre has won admiration and affection from Philly theatergoers. With a history of interesting, funny, and moving shows like The Bomb-itty of Errors , Tick, Tick . . . Boom! , Austentatious , and Ordinary Days , why would this sophisticated outfit choose to do Altar Boyz ? The lively, brash, high-decibel musical begins with the premise that "American consumers" want more Christianity in their entertainment, which this show proceeds to provide.
SPORTS
May 20, 2014
THE SOUL picked up a huge win on Saturday and now face their most significant conference test of the year. Wide receiver Ryan McDaniel caught four of Dan Raudabaugh's six touchdown passes, as the Soul used a monster second half to pull away from Tampa Bay, 62-34. Philadelphia's defense forced four interceptions after intermission when the Soul outscored the Storm in the second half, 34-7. Rayshaun Kizer had two of the interceptions for the Soul (5-4), which moved over the .500 mark for the first time this season.
SPORTS
May 19, 2014 | WIRE REPORTS
The host Soul outscored the Tampa Bay Storm, 21-0, in the third quarter and cruised to a 62-34 Arena Football League victory in front of 8,058 fans at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night. The Soul (5-4) were led by Ryan McDaniel's four receiving touchdowns and a defense that forced four turnovers on four interceptions. "We realized we need to have all three pieces to win - offense, defense, and special teams," Soul coach Clint Dolezel said after the victory. "In the second half, we really came together and dominated using all three pieces.
SPORTS
May 18, 2014
What: Arena Football League Tampa Bay Storm (3-5) at Soul (4-4) Where: Wells Fargo Center When: Saturday at 6 p.m. TV: ESPN3, CBS Sports Network Outlook: Good chance for the Soul to move above .500 for the first time this season against a struggling Tampa team currently on a four-game losing streak. . . . The Soul began the season 0-3. . . . The Soul offense is clicking after scoring a season-high 79 points last week against New Orleans. . . .The Soul's Derrick Ross leads the league in rushing with 215 yards.
SPORTS
May 13, 2014
THE SECONDARY had its best game of the season as the Soul heads into a crucial stretch of the schedule with a 79-60 win over New Orleans on Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center. Rayshaun Kizer and James Romain had two interceptions, each returning one for a touchdown, to lead the season-best scoring outburst. The Soul's defense came into the game with just three interceptions in the first seven games. V'Keon Lacey chipped in a special-teams TD on a fumble recovery. Running back Derrick Ross scored three touchdowns and Dan Raudabaugh threw five scores and no picks as the Soul evened its record to 4-4. New Orleans fell to 1-6. The Soul hosts Tampa Bay (3-5)
SPORTS
May 12, 2014
What: Arena Football League, New Orleans VooDoo (1-5) at Soul (3-4) Where: Wells Fargo Center When: Saturday at 6 p.m. TV: CBS Sports Network Outlook: Good chance for the Soul to get back to .500 against a New Orleans team that has lost three straight and is last in the AFL in points scored (240) and yards (1,499). The Soul are seventh in points scored (377) and eighth in yards (2,086). . . . Soul running back Derrick Ross continues to lead the league in rushing TD's (14)
SPORTS
May 12, 2014 | By Kyle Phillippi, For The Inquirer
Thanks to an unusual touchdown, the Soul rolled to a 79-60 home win over the New Orleans VooDoo on Saturday night. Soul kicker Carlos Martinez sent the second-half kickoff into the end-zone net. The ball bounced to the ground then over the head of the returner before rolling on the ground, where the Soul's V'Keon Lacey scooped it up for the score. That touchdown gave the Soul a 38-20 lead - an advantage they never let go of. "Special teams is a big part of the game," said defensive back James Romain.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 8, 2014
FIT AND FINE at 44, Ron Wood has seemingly accomplished the impossible. The Philadelphia native is a master of capoeira contra, a third-degree black belt, a choreographer, entrepreneur and hip-hop artist. But all that accomplishment hasn't gone to his head. "I'm never the best, there's always something to work on, and I still feel like I'm just learning my body," he told me. Born and raised in West Philadelphia, the humble Wood overcame poverty and escaped the street's many traps.
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