Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

Ridley softball looks for success in 2017 season

Ridley Varsity Working hard at practice.

By Julianna Munoz and Jace Roberts ’20 Ridley softball is determined to come out swinging, and hit the ground srunning for the 2017 season. The new season comes with many young players that will make contributions to the team. Six out of the twelve players on varsity are freshmen, and ...

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Ridley Girls’ Lacrosse returns

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By Miguel Gamble and James Cooper ’17 Ridley Girls’ Lacrosse is trying to get back on the winning track this season. “My expectation for this season is to make playoffs,” said Emily Johnston, a senior captain for the Lady Raiders. The vital part of winning lacrosse games is scoring goals. ...

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Boy’s Lacrosse ready to play

By Ociele Miller and Ryan Gricco ’17 Eight starters return and two extra players that played a lot last season. The captains for this year’s team are Brock Anderson and Cade Stratton, two returning offensive starters. Behn Worley and Sam Ferkler both return on defense. The starting goalie is George ...

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Ridley Swim and Dive starting the season strong

Molly Smith ‘20 Ridley girls and boys Swimming and Diving has had a strong start to the season. The team currently holds a record of 3-1, with one loss against Strath Haven. Coach Kevin Pierce has been pleased with these wins, but he is even more thrilled to know practice ...

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The Feminist Club forms at RHS

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By: Amanda Qendro ’20 Victoria Claflin Woodhull was the first female in the United States to run for president in 1872.       Their still has not been a female president yet? It’s 2017 and women are still getting paid 20% less than men for the same job. The ...

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Raider hockey seeks a repeat

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By Ryan Gricco ’17 This year’s Ridley hockey team will not be one that will be forgotten. Heading into playoffs the number one seed Raiders will be looking to dominate as they have all season long only losing two Central League games to Haverford and Conestoga high school. Leading this ...

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Does school start too early?

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By Nico Ardiles ’18 Let’s be honest fellow students, and agree to some extent, that the hardest part of the school day is actually is getting off the bed. Many teenagers in our school always complain that they are tired all day in school, and that it starts too early. However, numerous ...

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School Lunch: Delicious and Nutritious

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By Sinnia Scully ’20 Opinions about school lunches have existed for years now. Some days you may love the school lunch, other days you may dread it. But do you really know what it is that you’re eating? Eating healthy isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but most schools ...

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Mr. Friel named Ridley Boys’ Head Lacrosse Coach

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By George Santilla ’17 For the upcoming 2017 boys lacrosse season, Ridley high school hired Rory Friel as the new Head Coach. “It’s a honor being named coach, it has been a dream of mine to come back and coach,” said Mr. Friel. He knows it will be a tough ...

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Hoops for Autism Returns

By Sinnia Scully ’20 If you enjoy playing basketball, being involved in school events or just like to do things out of the kindness of your heart, Hoops for Autism might be for you! Hoops for Autism is a basketball tournament organized by student government. The tournament consists of 20 ...

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