Draft Day Decisions

May 1, 2012

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By not over-reaching for players, GM Howie Roseman has placed the heat on the QB driven NFC. By: Daryn Moore - Staff Writer Lets just say the Eagles’ offseason didn’t get off to the best of starts. There was the obvious dis...

City “Sick”

April 22, 2012

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In spite of names such as Chamberlain and Bryant have current basketball studs in the city lost their luster. By Daryn Moore - Staff Writer Looking at an NBA game today, it’s relatively easy to see the impact the city of Ph...

The Magic Touch

April 8, 2012

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Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s impact on the NBA is undeniable, but has he, and not Michael Jordan, been the face of the NBA? By Daryn Moore - Staff Writer On Sunday, March 11, 2012, The Announcement aired on ESPN. Consisti...

NBA’s Atlantic Division

April 8, 2012

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Sixers, Boston and Knicks all Fight for First, Who will Win? By Paul Eberle - Editor-in-Chief A March 30th loss to the Washington Wizards put the Sixers out of first place in the Atlantic Division for the first time in nearly ...

Clipped Wings

March 25, 2012

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Despite the attendance of their franchise’s best player, the Wings couldn’t muster the effort to pull out a win. By: Daryn Moore - Staff Writer Rarely is the crowd most involved during pre-game activities, but on March 3rd against Rochester the crowd couldn’t help but ...

A New Banner Hangs in the Rafters Dallas Eliuk’s Philadelphia Wing’s Jersey Retired

March 25, 2012

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By Justin Clarke - Managing Editor Dallas Eliuk, born November 4, 1964 in Vancouver, British Columbia, was honored on Saturday, March 3, by The Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The team retired the in-door Lacrosse Legend’s number 35 je...

Flyers Season Summary

March 25, 2012

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By Mackenzie Mooney - Contributor   Our beloved Philadelphia Flyers began their 2011-2012 season well with a 2-0 record and having more shut outs than the entire 2010 season. Philadelphia was really excited about this year’s...

Replacing a Recovering Ryan Howard

March 25, 2012

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By Paul Eberle - Editor-in-Chief With Ryan Howard recovering from his ruptured Achilles tendon, an injury he received on the Phillies final out last season, there were a lot of questions on who would handle first base in his absence. That question still re...

2008 Phils vs. 2012 Phils Power versus Pitching

March 25, 2012

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By Paul Eberle - Editor-in-Chief The 2008 Major League Baseball season ended with the Philadelphia Phillies as the last team standing. Since that season the Phillies have lost to the eventual champions every year; the Yankees in 2009, the Giants in 2010, and the Cardinals l...

Fast-Break: What a difference a season makes as the Sixers look to outpace the league

March 4, 2012

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By Daryn Moore Staff Writer At 20-14 at the All-Star break the Philadelphia 76ers are not only leading the Atlantic Division but are establishing a name for themselves with unselfish offense and tough defense. Topping the reasons...

CCP Colonials Play Their Way to the EPCC Finals

March 4, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief On the weekend of February 17, the Community College of Philadelphia Colonials entered the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference semi-final as the #2 seed. To advance to the finals they would...

CCP Colonials Unable to Muster a Win at EPCC Finals

March 4, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief Before the game started, instead of the crowd listening to a muffled recording of the Star-Spangled Banner over the loud speaker, CCP cheerleader Latisha Elliot serenaded the crowd with a version...

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