DiLella Lasts, Mullarkey at Last; Raiders Earn Two Central League Wins on a Tight Schedule

Fernando Castro October 3, 2017
Fernando Castro “At quarterback, from Wayne PA, Sam...DiLella!”
Horvath Down, Raiders Skid into 2-2 Start to the Season, Lose Mullarkey on the Way

Horvath Down, Raiders Skid into 2-2 Start to the Season, Lose Mullarkey on the Way

Fernando Castro September 22, 2017
Fernando Castro All the Radnor players and fans looked forward to this season with hope, and optimism. However, these feelings were ripped out of their hearts this Friday when a junior quarterback sat on the sideline with headphones on.
Warriors vs. Cavaliers Preview

Warriors vs. Cavaliers Preview

Fernando Castro May 24, 2017
Fernando Castro It's that time of the year again. The NBA finals on ABC. It's a third year in a row where the Cleveland Cavalier and Golden State Warriors will play in the NBA finals.
NBA Playoff Storylines

NBA Playoff Storylines

Fernando Castro May 14, 2017
Fernando Castro Will the Cavs make the finals without losing a single game? Will Leonard lock up Harden? Will the Warriors Exact Revenge?

Radnor Baseball Update

Fernando Castro April 28, 2017

Radnor Baseball made a storied run to the State AAA Quarterfinals last year, where they fell to North Pocono, 5-1. This year they set their sights higher, with the talent to do so, returning seniors Charlie...

The Eagles and NFL Free Agency- A Review

April 17, 2017
The National Football League’s free agency period is always a source of excitement for football fans. The window, which opened on March 8th, has seen a wave of signings and one innovative deal.

Radnor Boys Tennis Falls Short vs Wissahickon, Receive First Loss of the Season

Fernando Castro March 27, 2017
Fernando Castro The sky’s the limit for the 2017 Radnor tennis team, despite losing a wealth of talent in last year’s senior class.

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,...



Nick Camposano March 2, 2017
Nick Camposano From early September to the end of June, Radnor sports create an exciting environment here at Radnor High School. The Radnor Ruckus, in victory and defeat, remains solid, as our school’s fundamental symbol of unity in athletics.

Way Too Early NFL 2017 Season Predictions

Alex Bay February 26, 2017
Alex Bay While the Super Bowl was just as exciting as we hoped, we now look ahead to a brutal, torturous 7 months without football.

A Super Bowl to Remember

Neal Chan February 13, 2017
Neal Chan 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 plays.

District 1 Basketball Playoff Landscape

Fernando Castro February 13, 2017
Fernando Castro The high school basketball has ended. That is, the regular season. Trophies. Memories. Legacies. These are forged in the district and state playoffs of Pennsylvania high school basketball.
Radnor Winter Sports Preview

Radnor Winter Sports Preview

Fernando Castro December 15, 2016
Fernando Castro Radnor’s winter athletes will need to hone in and focus for the 2016-2017 season.
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
Nick Camposano Radnor boys soccer team's season will go down in the school’s history books.
NFL Ratings Continue to Decline

NFL Ratings Continue to Decline

Nick Camposano October 30, 2016
Nick Camposano 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.
Load More Stories
Activate Search