A few highlights:
Some game story action from the Delaware County Daily Times. A little analysis from the high school gridiron, in victory and in defeat. And then there’s this look at the happenings on the collegiate football field.
It’s not all fun, games and column in Delco, as I go courtside for a game story on a big Sixers win
Soccer may be boring to some, but even the Philadelphia Union provides more action than a single game story can hold, hence this sidebar
High school football season is in full swing, meaning there’s plenty of writing to do. It starts with the previews — like those of Sun Valley, Archbishop Carroll and Upper Darby. But what are previews without games? Some are one-sided. Actually, a lot of them are one-sided. A lot. Some involve surprising competitiveness, especially when neighborhood rivalries like the Media Bowl are contested. Others turn into classics that go right down to the wire. And others involve cagey play, if not a lot of offense, like this pair of Episcopal Academy contests.
And once in a while, there’s a long enough lull in the action to look ahead to the next slate of games and focus on some individual accomplishments, like the impressive season George Walker is putting together
One of the (moderately) world famous live game blogs
All you ever wanted to know about Jesuit basketball and much, much more
Yes, yes, I do more than just cover basketball, as these lacrosse players will attest
A lot of research, a little writing, and some practice of my Cyrillic…you’ll figure it out when you read it
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