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  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    Maryland's most highly rated football commitment isn't at all dismayed by the Terps' 2-10 season. Good Counsel offensive lineman Mike Madaras spoke to ESPN.com this week, and fiercely defended the program and first-year coach Randy Edsall. “I...
  • Season recap: Brock Dean

    Season recap: Brock Dean
    Brock Dean’s high school football experience was anything but typical. The 6-foot-1, 217-pound linebacker practiced against several Division I-caliber players during his four years at Bishop McDevitt – a Catholic high school in Harrisburg Pa....
  • Weekend Wrap: Notes on the Harrison twins, Perry Hills and more

    Weekend Wrap: Notes on the Harrison twins, Perry Hills and more
    The weekend saw the high school season of Maryland's top 2013 targets come to an unsatisfying end. Aaron and Andrew Harrison's Travis High squad lost to Flower Mound Marcus, 56-52, in the Texas Class 5A championship game. Travis, which was playing in...
  • Perry Hills shows poise in first scrimmage as Maryland's starting QB

    Perry Hills shows poise in first scrimmage as Maryland's starting QB
    COLLEGE PARK — Maryland quarterback Perry Hills saw — and heard — starter C.J. Brown injure his knee on the practice field Tuesday night, and in that moment he knew the course of his freshman season might be about to dramatically change....
  • Becahi's Dunn chooses to wrestle at Virginia Tech

    Becahi's Dunn chooses to wrestle at Virginia Tech
    Bethlehem Catholic heavyweight Andrew Dunn plans to be a lot lighter this coming wrestling season. Figuratively. This is because he made the decision Wednesday to commit to Virginia Tech, ending a long and sometimes stressful recruiting process that...
  • PRESEASON FOOTBALL POSTCARD: CENTRAL CATHOLIC

    PRESEASON FOOTBALL POSTCARD: CENTRAL CATHOLIC
    3 TIDBITS ON THE VIKINGS 1. Their offense features more experience. After having at least one of the area's top offensive threats for five years, Central Catholic lacked a star playmaker last season. The Vikings still don't have a big-name skill...
  • Donmoyer did much more than win games; he shaped lives during 40 classy years as a coach

    I've probably used the line before when it came to John Donmoyer, but I'll use it again. John proved Leo Durocher wrong. It was Durocher, a famous baseball manager, who was once quoted as saying "Nice guys finish last." Well, Donmoyer was perhaps...
  • Parkland rallies to raise money for funeral for 2002 state championship football team member

    Parkland rallies to raise money for funeral for 2002 state championship football team member
    Chuck McIntosh, a key member of Parkland's 2002 state championship football team as a receiver, died earlier this week in West Virginia. He was just 29. He went out for a walk with his dog and was found lying face down in the street. But the story is...
  • John Donmoyer, a giant in Lehigh Valley basketball, dies at age 75

    John Donmoyer, a giant in Lehigh Valley basketball, dies at age 75
    John Donmoyer, District 11's all-time winningest boys basketball coach, died Saturday morning. He was 75. His son, John Donmoyer Jr., said he died at St. Luke's Hospital-Allentown after a brief illness. The 1957 Allentown High graduate had an...
  • MMA fighter Mike "The Bethlehem Brawler" Liberto has fought back from the bottom

    MMA fighter Mike "The Bethlehem Brawler" Liberto has fought back from the bottom
    He was once one of the most gifted athletes in the city of Bethlehem; a football and wrestling standout who was strong, fast and determined. He played football for Bob Stem and wrestled for Tony Iasiello at Bethlehem Catholic and then transferred to...
  • New season begins a new era in high school sports

    New season begins a new era in high school sports
    Late Monday morning I hopped on Route 33 heading toward East Stroudsburg. On the southbound lanes, about six yellow school buses passed me, one right after the other. How symbolic, I thought. On the first day of the 2014-15 scholastic sports year,...
  • St. Luke's named official provider, sponsor of District 11

    St. Luke's named official provider, sponsor of District 11
    More than 2 million high school sports injuries and around 30,000 hospitalizations occur each year, in high school athletics. according to John Hauth, manager of Sports Medicine Relationships at St. Luke’s University Health Network. This is just one...