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March 15, 1989 | By Frank Lawlor, Inquirer Staff Writer
Trinity, the second seed from District 3, led from the outset and tolerated just three tie scores, the last in the second quarter, before downing District 1 champion Devon Prep, 80-71, last night in the first round of the PIAA Class A boys' basketball tournament. Senior swingman Kevin Bekelja hit four three-point shots on his way to a game-high 33 points for Trinity. He also hit key shots whenever Devon Prep closed in during the game played at Downingtown. After Devon got to within 31-28 late in the second quarter, Bekelja dropped a three-pointer and drove for a basket to key an 8-0 Trinity run that closed the half.
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March 19, 2006 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When it comes to Prep Charter and the PIAA playoffs, the men in stripes always seem to play a pertinent part. And that was certainly again the case in yesterday's Class AA quarterfinal game - for worse and for better. The Huskies prevailed, despite a lopsided personal-foul ratio, benefiting from some questionable calls on their way to a relatively easy 77-60 win over Trinity at Reading High School's Geigle Complex. Prep Charter (26-5) now gets a rematch with District 3's York Catholic - the team that eliminated the Huskies from last year's tournament - in the semifinals on Wednesday at a time and site to be determined.
REAL_ESTATE
September 1, 2013 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about Bell's Court in Society Hill and how the owner-occupants of three 681-square-foot trinities cope with day-to-day living in spaces that are about one-quarter of the size of a typical modern-day new home. A couple days later, I was in Burlington Township with Matthew Reilly, president and CEO of the Moorestown nonprofit MEND, which is carving 75 units of affordable housing out of the old Springside Elementary School on Mount Holly Road. He said he had read my piece and had one question: What's a trinity?
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May 25, 2015 | By Jesse Dougherty, Inquirer Staff Writer
After her squad fell to SUNY Cortland's women's lacrosse team in the NCAA Division III semifinals on Saturday, Middlebury coach Missy Foote predicted a great championship game between the Red Dragons and Trinity. But the Bantams had yet to play Franklin and Marshall in the second game of the day. Five seconds passed in a silent interview room at PPL Park in Chester before Foote made a revision. " . . . or F&M," Foote said, her face turning red with laughter. It was an honest mistake that ended up not being a mistake at all. Trinity beat Franklin and Marshall, 11-6, after Cortland ran past Middlebury, 19-12.
NEWS
August 4, 2000 | by Kent Steinriede, For the Daily News
When Greg Durkin and Jeff Goldsmith first visited Philadelphia five years ago to attend a wedding, they knew almost exactly where they would like to live someday: in a tiny rowhouse on one of Philadelphia's tiniest streets. No matter that Durkin is 6-foot-4 and Goldsmith is 6-foot-1; in April, the two men moved into an 1820 trinity on Iseminger Street near 12th. "We're from suburban Detroit, and there's just nothing like this there," Durkin says, also admitting that he has banged his head several times in the house.
SPORTS
March 11, 2004 | By Shannon Ryan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The St. Pius X boys' basketball team was sacked last night by a future Boston College quarterback and his linemen on the court. The Winged Lions fell, 79-60, to Trinity in the second round of the PIAA Class AA state playoffs last night at a chilly Sovereign Center. Three Shamrocks scored more than 20 points in the victory. Senior Mike Crane, who has committed to the Division I Eagles for football next school year, led the way with 26 points, including 16 in a big first half that buried Pius.
REAL_ESTATE
May 24, 2015 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
I used to think that the tiny-house movement had something to do with building smaller homes that more people could afford. Then I came across an article in Forbes by Erin Carlyle that talked about the upscale nature of tiny houses, with so many amenities per square foot - even a tiny hot tub - that you wonder how people can fit inside. One example was an $82,000, 348.5-square-footer "equipped with one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen/living room with a butcher-block countertop that doubles as a desk," Carlyle wrote.
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August 30, 1990 | Special to The Inquirer / J. SCOTT LYONS
IN A BATTLE of the bands held Saturday to benefit the Chester County AIDS Support Services group, Dave Lords of Trinity takes the stage. The event drew 34 bands to the Great Valley Shopping Center to compete for prize money and studio time.
SPORTS
March 19, 2009 | By JOSEPH SANTOLIQUITO For the Daily News
Kerri Shields saw only the girl she was covering. The Archbishop Carroll senior guard didn't notice the human wall she was about to run into late in the third quarter of last night's PIAA Class AAA state semifinal against Trinity. Shields fell hard to the floor, and, like a spongeball, popped right back up and scrambled to find her girl again. Carroll was shoved, bumped, slammed and picked - very hard. Yet the Patriots kept responding. When Trinity couldn't miss, and Carroll kept missing, they never flinched.
NEWS
March 23, 1987 | By Scott Huff, Special to The Inquirer
Springfield coach Jack Spinella says he knows what led to the ousting of his Spartans from the PIAA Class AA basketball tournament by Trinity High School, 63-56, Wednesday night at Conrad Weiser High School in Robesonia. And it wasn't his players. "Trinity didn't do anything that our scouts said they would do," said Spinella. "The players they told us to leave open shot the lights out, the players they said couldn't shoot fouls made them, and the kids they said could shoot didn't really impress me that much.
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March 11, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
Bryn Mawr-based Alliance Partners HSP L.L.C. is looking to sell the former Trinity Corporate Center in Malvern after redeveloping the three-building, 129,000-square-foot office park. Douglas Rodio, a managing director at real estate services firm JLL, said he is marketing the property - since renamed ArborRidge - for Alliance, which is also working on the SoNo warehouse conversion project in Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood. Alliance acquired the Malvern property in August 2012, according to its website.
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March 11, 2016 | By Aaron Carter, Staff Writer
SHILLINGTON, Pa. - It was a play that seemed to portend doom for Conwell-Egan's bid to repeat as Class 2A champions. With just seconds left in the third quarter of Wednesday's PIAA second-round matchup, Minersville junior Steele Fekette desperately flipped the ball behind his back while stumbling on the baseline near the Miners' bench. The ball drifted toward Shane Hoffman, who grabbed and shot in one motion to beat the quarter's buzzer. The basket gave Minersville a two-point edge after the Eagles, who trailed throughout, had finally tied the game.
SPORTS
January 5, 2016 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The collapse of a regime seldom leaves any areas of clarity. Chip Kelly's exit from Philadelphia is an exception. The emergence of a "Holy Trinity" - Sam Bradford, Jordan Matthews and Zach Ertz - rose above the losing and the rumors and the 7-9 debacle. The Eagles went 2-2 down the stretch and fired their coach, but they have something special here. They went 0-2 when Bradford missed two games. Bradford is a free agent they cannot afford to lose. "You saw how it really affected us," Matthews said of Bradford's absence.
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November 5, 2015 | By Harold Brubaker, Inquirer Staff Writer
The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing has agreed to sell its operation serving low-income people 55 and older sick enough for a nursing home but want to keep living at home, to Trinity Health. Terms of the deal, which was disclosed Tuesday, were not released. Penn said it plans to continue to use the program's West Philadelphia facility for training and research. Trinity, which operates so-called Living Independence for the Elderly programs, or LIFE programs, through Mercy Health System of Southeastern Pennsylvania and other Philadelphia-area properties, is already the area's largest operator of the program that combines Medicare and Medicaid benefits.
NEWS
October 23, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
Consisting of three far-flung islands, Haddon Township is an archipelago floating in a sea of communities that once lay within its borders. It shares five zip codes with portions of other municipalities, and partakes of Quaker pioneer Elizabeth Haddon's family name along with two adjacent boroughs - with which the township is sometimes confused. Even people who live there, as I did for 27 years (I was in the Bettlewood section, with an Oaklyn mailing address) can be unsure where their hometown begins and ends.
NEWS
July 21, 2015 | By Angelo Fichera, Inquirer Staff Writer
In his studio in his serene backyard in Deptford, Frank Seder Jr. meticulously shaved a fine layer along a curve of a wooden crook. A chisel in the wrong direction, the artist noted, could cause an unsightly crack in the majestic, exotic purple wood from South America. "I have to make sure everything is going to fit perfect," Seder, 65, said while wearing a magnifying-lens headpiece. Perfect, for the pope. When Pope Francis travels to Philadelphia to cap the church's eighth World Meeting of Families in September, Seder, a lifelong Catholic and respected South Jersey sculptor, plans to offer the church's top leader the pastoral staff that he has been crafting for three months.
NEWS
May 26, 2015 | By Jesse Dougherty, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Cortland goalie Jaclyn Beshlian wasn't making saves, she paced back and forth in the crease as if she were trapped inside the chalk semicircle. But when the final buzzer made Cortland a national champion in women's lacrosse Sunday at PPL Park, Beshlian raised her stick in the air and sprinted toward her teammates, who mobbed her from all angles. Behind eight Beshlian saves and an unrelenting attack, Cortland beat Trinity, 17-6, to capture the first NCAA Division III title in program history.
SPORTS
May 25, 2015 | By Jesse Dougherty, Inquirer Staff Writer
After her squad fell to SUNY Cortland's women's lacrosse team in the NCAA Division III semifinals on Saturday, Middlebury coach Missy Foote predicted a great championship game between the Red Dragons and Trinity. But the Bantams had yet to play Franklin and Marshall in the second game of the day. Five seconds passed in a silent interview room at PPL Park in Chester before Foote made a revision. " . . . or F&M," Foote said, her face turning red with laughter. It was an honest mistake that ended up not being a mistake at all. Trinity beat Franklin and Marshall, 11-6, after Cortland ran past Middlebury, 19-12.
REAL_ESTATE
May 24, 2015 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
I used to think that the tiny-house movement had something to do with building smaller homes that more people could afford. Then I came across an article in Forbes by Erin Carlyle that talked about the upscale nature of tiny houses, with so many amenities per square foot - even a tiny hot tub - that you wonder how people can fit inside. One example was an $82,000, 348.5-square-footer "equipped with one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen/living room with a butcher-block countertop that doubles as a desk," Carlyle wrote.
SPORTS
March 13, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Fred Farris has been making up for lost time this season for Mastery North. Academic struggles kept the 5-foot-10 senior forward off the court periodically in his first three seasons. Perhaps the time away is why he plays with such passion. Farris grabbed 10 rebounds off the bench Wednesday at Garden Spot in a 67-61 Class AA victory over Trinity that kept the Pumas' historic season afloat. Mastery North is in the state tournament for the first time, and the Pumas will meet Loyalsock in the quarterfinals Saturday at a site to be determined.
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