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Lebron to Philly: The Potential Problems with Signing The King

Philly Philly! That was the primary slogan throughout the sports world as the Philadelphia Eagles took home the city’s’ first championship in a decade. A championship vibe has been dancing through the streets of Philadelphia as we are in a rare time, in which all four of our major sports ...

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Ridley Girls Softball

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By: The Ridley High School has three softball teams, Varsity, JV-A, and JV-B. The team has been holding open gyms since the beginning of the school year, however they did not split up into teams and start individual team practices until the middle of March. A few girls play on ...

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Ben Simmons for Rookie of the Year

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By: Dever Law ‘18 “He’s been compared to Lebron and his basketball intelligence has been compared to Magic Johnson both all time greats in the sport of basketball,” said Nick McDermott, a senior of Ridley High School. Ben Simmons is easily in the top two of NBA rookies. His archenemy ...

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Birds preying on new talent

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By: Zachary D. Mason’19 The biggest questions entering draft season for the Eagles revolve around team needs, mostly at the linebacker, safety, and tackle positions. The Eagles have done an amazing job of keeping their best players despite having minor salary cap problems. “We had the best offensive line in ...

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Tog Talk – Sixers streaking, playoff preview

By: Jarrett Tognucci ’18 The Philadelphia 76ers, have won 52 games for the first this decade, 8 years of mediocrity . Yes 52, after just winning 10 a couple years ago. Last year, marginally better at 28. But the Sixers skyrocketed to the top of the Eastern Conference after the ...

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Tog Talk: Eagles rolling along

By: Jarrett Tognucci ’18 The Philadelphia Eagles are playing differently than we’ve seen them play the last couple of years, and that is good. Right now at 9-1 the team is atop the NFC with other contenders like Seattle (not looking good, except star QB Russell Wilson), Green Bay (no ...

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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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