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UPPER GWYNEDD — Back on the baseball field after right ankle surgery, Matt Blazynski provided Nor-Gwyn a key hit as the Packers’ big fifth inning blew open Tuesday night’s matchup with visiting Stony Creek.

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High school officials have been dwindling in numbers for years. It’s always been more difficult to get referees for afternoon sports like baseball, softball, lacrosse and field hockey, but now the issues are affecting the primetime sports like basketball and football.

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What would have been a parade of brightly colored uniformed players walking with their families, a slate of guest speakers including Mayor Kenney, and the sight of excited youngsters taking the field on opening day was replaced with empty ballfields and stay-at-home-directives over the past …

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The Hillside Basketball League recently ended regular season play and were gearing up for the opening rounds of their playoffs last week when government shutdowns halted operations due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Vincent Passalacqua was a member of the Class of 1996. As a freshman Vince started his baseball career on the junior varsity squad as a pitcher and first baseman. In his freshman year of 1993 while playing JV he was called up to the varsity for the playoffs to pitch and helped team win a cru…

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The IHM CYO JV Blue team knocked off the White squad 37-27 in the IHM sub-Varsity post season tournament the school has been hosting for the last two weeks.

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Cheltenham freshman Charli Jones has the opportunity of a lifetime. She will be representing The First Tee of Greater Philadelphia at the 2020 Chubb Classic Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge in Naples, Florida from Feb. 13-16.

Roxborough United Coach and Board Member Jeff Mitchell was given the prestigious Dan Shissler Soccer Award for “Leadership, Dedication, and the Promotion of Soccer in Philadelphia” at the Phila Parks & Recreation annual soccer banquet recently.

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Major League Baseball has apparently decided that there are 42 too many minor league baseball cities and, according to Commissioner Rob Manfred, after the 2020 season, that will change. There will be a new agreement between the majors and the minors signed and a lot of cities will lose their…