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PICKRON COULD BE THIS YEAR’S TOP OVERALL PLAYER

Tyree Pickron, a 6’4” wing from Archbishop Wood may not be as high on the recruitment list as Dixon or others, but many pundits feel at the high school level he can have as much impact as any area player next year. Pickron’s gift is his versatility. He can play all positions but center, will be a senior captain with Andrew Funk, and can score, rebound, defend, and pass.

“I definitely pride myself on both ends of the court,” said Pickron, a key...

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Kay’s Rise Continues

Ben Kay is only 28 years old but is already head coach at an area college. Division 3 Penn State Brandywine tabbed him as a coach late in the spring. The former Harriton graduate, and former assistant coach at Immaculata and West Chester University, ascended rapidly to his first head-coaching gig. “I am very enthused about this opportunity at Penn State Brandywine,” he said. “Penn State is such an amazing academic institution and I am looking forward to running the...

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Darryl Reynolds Looking for a Shot at NBA

Possibilities abound for Villanova starter

(Photo Left) Darryl Reynolds meets with Sports Broadcasting campers at Villanova. Photo by Jeremy Treatman.

He celebrated with his college teammate and friend Josh Hart, as the 6-foot-5-inch swingman became a guaranteed...

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Ryan Howard Still Going Strong

The former Phillie braves on in baseball and business

Ryan Howard isn’t done playing yet; at least that’s what he says. The slugging former Phillies’ all-star baseman said he still hasn’t given up hope of playing in the Major Leagues, even though the Atlanta Braves cut him after a stint with their Triple-A affiliate in April and May.

“I still think I have something left in the tank,” Howard explained at a business...

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TEMPLE TEAM CAMP AND ALUMNI EVENT AT ST. JOSEPHS U

Lots of amazing basketball took place at the Villanova and Temple team camps this past weekend. Smyrna (Del.), Plymouth Whitemarsh, Abington, and West Catholic were among teams who won their fields and continue to have great summers.

“I think we have a chance to be special,” said PW coach Jim Donofrio of his group, who is a pre-season favorite to win a 2018 state championship. “We have kids who really care and work hard in the off-season. We came up short last...

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