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The Magic of March

Fernando Castro and Bobby Amarant March 20, 2017

Brackets. Upsets. The Final Four. Legacies. The time of March is truly magical for basketball fans, casual and intense. The NCAA tournament might not be the highest level of basketball played in the world,...

RUCKUS

RUCKUS

Nick Camposano March 2, 2017

From early September to the end of June, Radnor sports create an exciting environment here at Radnor High School.  The electricity is almost tangible.  The intensity is unparalleled. The togetherness...

Way Too Early NFL 2017 Season Predictions

Alex Bay February 26, 2017

The 2016 NFL season ended in dramatic fashion a few weeks ago, when the New England Patriots rallied from an incredible 25 point 3rd quarter deficit to come back and defeat the Atlanta Falcons in the first...

A Super Bowl to Remember

Neal Chan February 13, 2017

Patriots 34 - 28 Falcons Let’s face it, what the world witnessed on February 5th was the greatest Super Bowl in NFL history. This game had it all— unearthly catches, crazy comebacks, and flashy defensive...

District 1 Basketball Playoff Landscape

Fernando Castro February 13, 2017

(UNOFFICIAL RANKINGS: PER cityofbasketballlove.com) (OFFICIAL RANKINGS RELEASED MONDAY AFTERNOON) The high school basketball has ended. That is, the regular season. Trophies. Memories. Legacies. These...

Radnor Winter Sports Preview

Radnor Winter Sports Preview

Fernando Castro December 15, 2016

As students return from the lull of Thanksgiving break, Radnor’s winter athletes will need to hone in and focus for the 2016-2017 season. Radnor Boys Basketball will be entering this season with a...

Heart and Hustle: Radnor Soccer’s Historic State Tournament Run

Heart and Hustle: Radnor Soccer’s Historic State Tournament Run

Nick Camposano December 11, 2016

The Radnor boys soccer team capped off its season with a District 1 AAA Championship win, and a defeat of Fleetwood High School in the first round of the Pennsylvania state tournament.  Although the season...

NFL Ratings Continue to Decline

NFL Ratings Continue to Decline

Nick Camposano October 30, 2016

The National Football League has seen significant declines in its television ratings this season, a trend that may inhibit the growth of the sport and future of the brand. According to the Washington Post,...

Trust the Process: A New Era for the Sixers

Trust the Process: A New Era for the Sixers

Nick Camposano October 28, 2016

With basketball season beginning once again, Philadelphia 76ers fans will soon be able to witness another year of the rebuilding process.   Former General Manager Sam Hinkie controversially sent the...

Will the Supersonics Surge Back into Reality?

Will the Supersonics Surge Back into Reality?

Bobby Amarant October 28, 2016

Ah, the NBA’s version of never knowing love until it is lost. It seems as if any NBA fan not seen rooting for the Oklahoma City Thunder misses the days of the Seattle Supersonics and despises their former...

Raiders Fall Short to Rivals

Raiders Fall Short to Rivals

Fernando Castro October 28, 2016

The Radnor football team was handed their 4th loss in the central league on October 7th, versus the Upper Darby Royals, on a final score of 10-7. The Royals pulled out an early lead from a rushing touchdown...

Raiders Topple Pioneers; Move to 3-5 Record

Fernando Castro October 28, 2016

The Radnor football squad clashed with the limping Pioneers of Conestoga on Friday, October 14th, and move to a 3-5 record and 2-4 in the Central League. The Raiders gained their second win in the past...

Derrick Rose Cleared in Rape Trial

Derrick Rose Cleared in Rape Trial

Nick Camposano October 28, 2016

Derrick Rose, an NBA player for the New York Knicks, was cleared by the jury in a civil trial after being accused by an ex-girlfriend of rape in 2015. The incident in question occurred in August 2013....

The Capacity for Cruelty – When Hazing Goes too Far

Sarah Rosenblum and Noah Offenkrantz April 6, 2016

Conestoga High School, known widely for its academic excellence and strong athletic program, has recently come into the spotlight for a less redeemable reason - hazing. A select group of players on the...

March Madness Should Be a National Holiday

Bobby McGrane April 6, 2016

A while ago, I wrote an article explaining why the holidays arewere the best time of year for sports fans.  I may have been wrong; it’s hard to beat March Madness.  Granted, not a whole lot else is...

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