The Roxborough Aces Special Needs organization wrapped up their fall season of football clinics by holding a group practice session with the Roxborough Eagles.
The Roxborough High football team opened the 1st round of the Public League 4A playoffs with a hard fought 10-8 victory over a stubborn Boys Latin squad.
PHILADELPHIA — It took 80 minutes of regulation, two overtimes, three well-placed penalty kicks, and not one but two goalies, making Saturday night’s victory all the sweeter.
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (September 3, 2019) – Five coaches, with stellar records in five different sports, make up the latest class of inductees into the Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame. They will be the centerpiece of the 18th annual induction banquet on Tuesday, November 26 at Presidential Caterers in East Norriton.
NORRISTOWN — When the term “legendary” is applied to someone in the world of sports, it often implies years of service, a record of excellence and many headlines. Many times, that legendary status fades as the years pass.
SPRINGFIELD >> Down by three points entering the fourth quarter, La Salle looked to its defense to keep getting stops, asked its offense to keep on grinding, and wanted to simply get Sam Brown the ball a couple more times.
MARPLE — Scoring 66 points in the first two games of the season but still carrying a zero in the win column didn’t sit particularly well with Father Judge’s defense this week.
The Houston Playground Co-Ed Softball League wrapped up its season last week with the Gold team taking down Maroon in the finals with an extra innings come-from-behind victory.
John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School announces the appointment of Ms. Christine Jenkinson, Class of 1990, as the school’s athletic director.
The Nor-Gwyn Hawks 2 defeated Centennial 7-5 to win the Bux-Mont Connie Mack B championship July 24. Nathan Kassa picked up the win, throwing a five-hitter through 6 2/3 innings with Dominic Ciccone coming in to get the final out on a called third strike. Ryan Sullivan and Jon Carson each had two hits for the Hawks.
UPPER GWYNEDD — After fighting arm issues for most of the year, left-hander Randy Frankenfield went the entire way for Collegeville in its Game One victory Friday night.
WEST NORRITON — Kyle Feaster saw a pitch he liked, ripped a well-placed chopper through the left side of the infield, and just like that, Collegeville was headed to the Perky League Finals.
WEST NORRITON — Lenny Del Grippo launched a ball upwards out to center field and Collegeville sent its Perky League semifinal series with Nor-Gwyn onwards to a fourth game Friday night.
LOWER MILFORD — There’s a certain mystique to playing a baseball game at Limeport Stadium, one that gets magnified when the skies go dark and the lights come one.
UPPER MORELAND — From last summer to this summer, Lauren Fortescue’s growth in confidence was noticeable.
LOWER MILFORD — It was already a great day for Connor English. But in the bottom of the eighth inning, he found a way to make it even better.
The Impact 18 U hosted a round-robin tournament on Saturday with the Ambler Express and South Jersey Lady Venom at Montgomery Field to close out another successful season.
BOYERTOWN — Souderton’s season came to an end Wednesday evening with a 3-0 loss to South Parkland in the Region 3 championship game at Boyertown’s Bear Stadium.