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.
Fernando Castro In a thrilling game one, the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals began, featuring a match up nobody […]
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.
But as the years have passed, the games have become more complex, the TV deals more exuberant, and the recruiting more of a circus, the old system of college athletics may have run its course, and the FBI’s probe into corruption in College Basketball could totally deconstruct, and maybe even rebuild, college sports.
On Sunday, February 25th, 2018, the Olympic flame was extinguished in Pyeongchang, South Korea, marking the end of an exhilarating Winter Olympics.
This year, Radnor girls basketball finished with a total 13-8 record, and 8-6 league record, earning them a 6th place finish in the Central League.
Fernando Castro & Bobby Amarant
Here are the hottest takes about the NBA as of the 2018 All-Star break.
This Super Bowl Sunday is different…Unlike prior to any other Super Bowl I can remember, the sense of collective community support for one of the final two teams isn’t just astounding; it is thrilling.
Pure joy upon the Eagles’ victory was universally felt throughout the city of Philadelphia. This was evident at the parade on Thursday where a myriad of Eagles fans gathered to celebrate something truly special. I attended the parade with my father, and I can safely say it was one of the greatest experiences of my life and something I will always treasure.
We want a team that is always fighting like Philly itself is; unrelentlessly, with resilience, fearlessness, and for each other. This year’s Eagles certainly fit the bill.