Waiting For Nothing: Sixers Make No Waves in Trade Deadline

February 26, 2013

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By: Romie Lipscom Thursday’s NBA trade deadline came and went, and the Philadelphia 76ers did not make a much needed major move as fans thought they would. When the 3 p.m. deadline came to an end,  the Sixers came out with...

Heart Break: Colonials lose to Delaware County Phantoms in Final Home Game

February 22, 2013

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By: Justin De Lange It was Valentine’s Day at CCP’s Colonial Gym; however no love was felt for the Colonials as they were out played by the Delaware County Community College Phantoms. In the final home game for the Colonials...

Meet CCP’s Director of Athletics

February 12, 2013

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By: Keishla Lagoa About two years ago CCP’s former Director of Athletics, Ollie Johnson retired and Assistant Director of Athletics, Roger Glispy became the new face of the athletics department. Glispy has been affiliated with...

The Blackout Bowl: Even a power outage couldn’t stop the Ravens from winning Super Bowl XLVII

February 9, 2013

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By: Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange. Click, click. Off went the lights on the 49ers side of the Super Dome. Ironically, the power going out would represent something else turned off for San Francisco, their drive to win. J...

Flyers Burned by Devils: a Scoring Onslaught and Sloppy Play Earns Flyers Third Straight Loss

February 6, 2013

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By Justin De Lange The only way to describe the game that ensued at the New Jersey Devils home ice on Tuesday night is sloppy. The Flyers were shut-out by the Devils which earned them their third-straight loss of the season in...

Thad Young Injured, Sixers Season now in Peril

February 5, 2013

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By Justin De Lange It was only natural to see Sixers Forward Thaddeus Young go after the ball the way he did on Monday night because he is such a hustler on the court. However, as he went to the floor, a quick grimace appeared o...

Remembering Earl Weaver and Stan ‘The Man’ Musial

January 29, 2013

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By: Justin De Lange The Baseball Hall of Fame will never be the same. In the wake of a vote for no players being inducted into the Hall in 2013, the Hall lost a big part of it over the weekend. Two Hall of Famers, Stan Musial an out...

Philadelphia, the Capital of Passionate Sports’ Fans

December 12, 2012

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By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange If you walk down 9th street in Philadelphia, you’ll find yourself in the Italian Market. There are different faces everywhere you look. Those faces are the faces of hard working, blue-colla...

Does Phillies’ Legandary Pitcher Curt Schilling Have Hall Of Fame Potenial?

December 10, 2012

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By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange The Baseball Writers Association of America or BBWAA, made up their ballot of new candidates for the National Baseball Hall-of-Fame for 2013 on Wednesday. Among the names were Sammy Sosa,...

Phillies’ All-Star Catcher, Carlos Ruiz, Suspended

December 10, 2012

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By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange We never thought it would happen to a better guy, But it did. Phillies All-Star catcher, Carlos Ruiz, was officially suspended by the MLB after testing positive for the Amphetamine substance...

Is it Time for the Foles Era Yet?

November 25, 2012

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With Michael Vick out due to a concussion, Fans will finally get to see Nick Foles’ career unfold. However, it may have come too soon and at a price By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange Michael Vick walked off the field an...

Foles First Start

November 25, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle Nick Foles had his first NFL start on Sunday, November 18 against the Redskins, and it was not a pretty game for him, or the Eagles in general. Over the course of the game the announcers mentioned...

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