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The Hawks of St. Joseph’s Prep turned three consecutive fumbles by Pennsbury into touchdowns on the way to a 37-7 romp last Saturday. Now they prep for the AAAA state championship. Meanwhile Archbishop Wood advanced to the AAA title game.
Quinn Dolan, a senior at Monsignor Bonner and Archbishop Prendergast High School, ranks at the top of his class, was the golf team’s MVP and All-Catholic, and volunteers with the Mid-Atlantic Blind Golfers Association.
Sister Lisa Maurer is a Benedictine nun who lives at the St. Scholastica Monastery on the campus of the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota. She works at the Benedictine Health Center next to the monastery, serving senior members of the community. She prays, studies and ministers at local parishes.
His legacy is established as one of the greatest NFL coaches who in the early 1970s twice led his team, the Miami Dolphins, to Super Bowl victories and in one case — 1972 — an unprecedented perfect winning season.
The Hawks did everything right in the 46-13 victory for the AAAA championship last weekend. Now it’s on to defending the Prep’s state championship in District 12 football action.
The Vikings jumped out to a 27-0 halftime lead before winning the Catholic League Championship for their division, 35-14. Since 2007, they have captured seven straight AAA titles, 39 consecutive division wins and 14 straight playoff victories.
Archbishop Ryan savored its hard-fought semifinal victory over Bonner-Prendergast last weekend. Now they’re ready for Saturday’s Catholic League AAA championship game against heavily favored Archbishop Wood.
The football season is winding down, and CatholicPhilly.com sports columnist John Knebels reviews the matchups and offers his predictions on a slate of five playoff games Friday and Saturday.
The Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation received the Institute for Sport, Spirituality and Character Development Award from Neumann University Nov. 6. The award was presented in honor of the late Bishop Joseph McFadden.
The Catholic League boys’ soccer championship Oct. 28 came down to a penalty kick in the second overtime. Matt McWilliams nailed it for Archbishop Wood, besting Roman Catholic 1-0.