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Girls Soccer: All Main Line Teams

Ice hockey: Radnor's Brandon Curtis is Main Line Boys Athlete of the Week

Girls Basketball: Ireland sisters behind Garnet Valley's strong start

Indoor Track: Springfield's Stone soars to gold at first indoor meet

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  • Girls Soccer: All Main Line Teams on 19 December 2014 by ldevlin
    The following Central League players were named to the All Main Line Teams. FIRST TEAM Paige Kozlowski, Conestoga — Senior defender/midfielder and second-year captain, the Central League's Most Valuable Player and all-state selection was the Pioneers' MVP for the second year in a row. Noted for her great touch, fine vision and high soccer IQ, the University of Massachusetts-bound senior di [...]
  • Ice hockey: Radnor's Brandon Curtis is Main Line Boys Athlete of the Week on 16 December 2014 by ldevlin
    A junior right wing, Curtis has become a prolific scorer for the Radnor boys' ice hockey team. He scored a hat trick against both Lower Merion and Conestoga, and tallied two goals and two assists against Marple Newtown. According to his coaches, Curtis is "really coming into his own as a team leader this year.'   Q: Your coach has lauded your leadership ability. Can you give an example [...]
  • Girls Basketball: Ireland sisters behind Garnet Valley's strong start on 15 December 2014 by ldevlin
    Kate Harman, For The Inquirer At their Garnet Valley home, Jordan Ireland is the typical big sister to Maddie. She's the responsible one, the one in charge, the more controlling of the two. Separated by just 17 months and one grade, Maddie, 16, jokingly calls Jordan, 18, "mom." When the two guards for the Garnet Valley girls' basketball team are on the court, however, things are a li [...]
  • Indoor Track: Springfield's Stone soars to gold at first indoor meet on 15 December 2014 by ldevlin
    The battle for the pole vault title at the Track and Field Coaches Association of Greater Philadelphia's first meet came down to a pair of Delco competitors Saturday. Ultimately, Springfield's Chris Stone rose above the Division II competition. Stone cleared 14 feet, earning a spot in the state meet and a gold medal ahead of the efforts of Marple Newtown's Gurjeet Rai (13-6) at Lehigh Universit [...]

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