Archbishop Ryan's Bobby Romano, a senior infielder, has committed to play his college baseball at Fairleigh Dickinson.
Romano, who last season earned first-team all-Catholic League honors, is projected to play shortstop for the Knights.
In football, the 5-foot-11, 170-pounder is a receiver and defensive back.
Mentioned: Archbishop Ryan High School
David Hand, Prep Charter's first-year football coach, just kept telling his team to have hope.
Look at the facts and the evidence, he told them. And have hope that the postseason ban would be overturned.
On Wednesday, Hand's hope produced some positive results as the PIAA overturned a District 12-imposed postseason-ban on all sports, except girls' basketball.
Prep Charter won its appeal to the PIAA on Wednesday to overturn a postseason ban on all sports, except girls' basketball.
In July, District 12 banned all Prep Charter sports teams from postseason play for this season after a third girls' basketball player was found to be living outside the city. Wednesday's ruling means all teams except girls' basketball is eligible for this season's post season.
The girls' basketball team remains banned for the next two seasons.
After 14 years of losing to its rival, Phoenixville beat Owen J. Roberts for the first time in program history Monday, 4-2, in a Pioneer Athletic Conference game at Owen J. Roberts.
"This is the girls' rivalry game," Phoenixville coach Tim Raub said. "They want to knock off Owen J. every year.
"This is the biggest win we've ever had, ever."
Nazeer Bostick is only a sophomore, but the college offers are piling up. Monday, Drexel became the latest school to make an offer to the 6-foot-5 wing from Math, Civics, & Sciences.
Bostick wrote on Twitter that he has received five offers so far. James Madison and Florida International made offers in July. He has also received interest from Creighton.
Bostick played sparingly as a freshman but his recruiting has heated up this summer playing AAU for Philly Triple Threat.
Father Judge has been difficult enough to score against, much less beat.
The Crusaders blanked visiting Cardinal O'Hara, 3-0, in a Catholic League game Monday to improve to 8-0 (4-0).
In those eight games, Judge has only allowed two goals.
Brittany Afferbach stepped into Rush's record books and received a shoe for it.
Afferbach scored twice Monday in a 6-1 win against visiting Washington, giving her 35 career goals and the school record.
The previous record holder, Chelsea Gault, attended the game and presented her with the right cleat with which she scored her 33d goal as a senior in 2011.
The Konowal sisters left their opponents seeing double Monday. Pardon the pun; sometimes we just can’t help ourselves.
The senior twins took care of all the scoring as Plymouth Whitemarsh beat Wissahickon, 3-2, in a Suburban One American field hockey game.
Courtney Konowal scored both goals in regulation, including a deflection of a pass with 10 seconds left to tie it. Rachel Konowal scored with 5 minutes, 30 seconds left in overtime. She weaved through a pair of defenders on the end line and tucked the ball in the corner of the cage.