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Bryan Colangelo Burner Accounts (Burnergate) Spark an NBA Twitter Night for the Ages

Bryan Colangelo Burner Accounts (Burnergate) Spark an NBA Twitter Night for the Ages

Alex Bay and Bobby Amarant

May 31, 2018

Tuesday night, Ben Detrick from The Ringer dropped an absolute bombshell on the NBA community, revealing with investigative analysis that Bryan Colangelo, the Philadelphia 76ers’ president of basketball operations, had been secretly operating five Twitter accounts which he has used to criticize currents...

Cavs v. Warriors Part IV: 2018 NBA Finals Preview

Cavs v. Warriors Part IV: 2018 NBA Finals Preview

Alex Bay

May 31, 2018

After a tumultuous season with plenty of doubts about whether the top dogs of the NBA would be able to defend their conference titles, we find ourselves back in the same place we were last year... and the two years before that. For the fourth year in a row, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will...

Vegas Takes Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals

Vegas Takes Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals

Fernando Castro

May 30, 2018

In a thrilling game one, the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals began, featuring a match up nobody would have dreamed of eight months ago. Out of the eastern conference came the Washington Capitals, ending a drought of 20 years for the DC area since the last time a major sports team made the championship round of ...

Radnor Squash Finishes Second in National Championship

Abigail Lenhard

April 6, 2018

As the season just ended, it’s about time to give a recap of everyone’s favorite winter sport, the one which Ruckus would never miss, the sport whose verdict everyone anxiously awaits, the team whose players are the coolest kids on campus: squash. I know exactly what you’re thinking, “Why would...

The FBI Probe and Its Impact On College Sports

Nick Economides

March 15, 2018

College athletics, whether it be football, basketball, or any other minor sport, have been a seismic pillar of the American sports culture and legacy. Unlike Europe, athletic talent isn’t fostered by club sponsored academies like the ones that dominate German and English soccer circuits, but by long...

A Recap of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Jesse Conen

March 2, 2018

On Sunday, February 25th, 2018, the Olympic flame was extinguished in Pyeongchang, South Korea, marking the end of an exhilarating Winter Olympics. With the games’ culmination, sports fans worldwide are left to ponder the exciting action of the past 16 days, taking in the brilliant spectacles, awesome...

RGB Bounce Pope John Paul II in First Round of District Playoffs

RGB Bounce Pope John Paul II in First Round of District Playoffs

Fernando Castro

February 22, 2018

On Tuesday February 20th, 2018 the Radnor girls basketball team played Pope John Paul II in the first round of the PIAA 5A District 1 Playoffs. They are the 9th seed in the District, and they played in PJP’s gym.  This year, RGB finished with a total 13-8 record, and 8-6 league record, earning them...

NBA Hot Takes

NBA Hot Takes

Fernando Castro and Bobby Amarant

February 22, 2018

With the All-Star weekend in the rear view mirror, the final third of the NBA season will be underway. There have been a few popular predictions made at the beginning of the season that have come to fruition. CP3 and the Rockets have lit up the league. Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo have not had...

A Reminiscence of an Eagles Victory

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2018

February 4, 2018 10:30 P.M. -- I have been listening to the familiar pop of fireworks in the distance for at least ten minutes, and now the sirens have started blaring in the streets, complementing the cheers that reverberate miles outward from Center City and shake the foundation of nearly every home...

Reaction to Eagles Victory

Reaction to Eagles Victory

Will Dawson

February 15, 2018

Historic. That’s what it was going to be, or at least that’s what I kept telling myself the morning of Super Bowl LII. It was an emotional day at my house, full of pacing and rhetorical questions from my dad. “Can Nickey Foles really pull this off?” We found out later that night that he could...

The Eagles and the Philadelphia Identity

Neal Chan

February 4, 2018

In preparation for celebration or disappointment, city officials coated poles in Crisco to prevent would-be climbers before the NFC Championship Game. Yet in the delirious, beer-soaked aftermath of the rollicking 38-7 victory, some revelers climbed the greased poles they were told not climb. And the...

2017 MLB Recap

2017 MLB Recap

Will Dawson

December 18, 2017

The 2017 Major League Baseball season was one for the books. We saw a large cast of breakout stars as well as a record breaking home run total largely due to stellar offense from all teams. We saw extremely high caliber baseball played with an emphasis placed on statistics and modern coaching techniques,...

Ladies and Gentlemen, Penn State Football is Back

Nick Economides

November 13, 2017

Six years ago, all of this seemed improbable. Former assistant Jerry Sandusky had just been sentenced to prison for 60 years for sexual abuse, legendary head coach Joe Paterno passed away just one month after being fired by the school, and there were rumblings that the NCAA could hand down the infamous...

Raiders Snap Three Game Losing Streak; Lock in for the Playoffs

Fernando Castro

November 13, 2017

The central league has been tough to Radnor this season. Going into their Friday night bout against the Penncrest Lions, the Red Raiders were at a measly 2-5 record in the central league. Grinding a win against Conestoga and rolling over Harriton, Radnor showed that they weren’t a bottom of the pack...

Upper Dublin Outlasts Radnor in High Scoring Affair; Raiders play Rivalry Game 11/6

Upper Dublin Outlasts Radnor in High Scoring Affair; Raiders play Rivalry Game 11/6

Fernando Castro

November 8, 2017

Senior captain Jack Horvath was unable to play in the Raiders opening playoff game on Friday, November 3rd against the Upper Dublin Cardinals. However, this was old news. The running back endured a leg injury in the preseason and has not been able to put a minute on the field his senior year. The show...

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