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Gunfire follows Dobbins-Gratz football game

Saturday, October 5, 2013, 1:04 PM
Two teenagers, both believed to be Simon Gratz football players, were shot in the Hunting Park section at about 9 p.m. Friday. The incident followed a 6 p.m. Public League Class AAA contest between host Gratz and Dobbins Vo-Tech, won by Gratz, 32-0. It occurred several blocks away from Gratz's Super... Read more

Bartram boys to face Imhotep for Public title

Sunday, February 28, 2010, 7:55 PM
By Pat Leonard For the Inquirer One day after beating Frankford in a four-overtime marathon for the Class AAAA Public League title, Bartram showed no signs of fatigue in a 75-63 league semifinal win over Class AAA Dobbins at Southern on Sunday. In fact, the Braves, who will face Class AA champ Imhotep... Read more

Bartram boys move on to Pub title game vs. Imhotep

Sunday, February 28, 2010, 6:46 PM
Bartram beat Dobbins Sunday to advance to Tuesday's Public League title game against Imhotep. Read more

Dobbins boys edge Gratz in OT in Pub playoffs

Saturday, February 27, 2010, 4:01 PM
By Pat Leonard For the Inquirer Dobbins’ locker room door barged open after Saturday's Class AAA Public League final at Ben Franklin. And second-year head coach William Johnson emerged with his red suit jacket soaked with celebration, smiling ear-to-ear. Behind 21 points and 13 rebounds... Read more

Friday football roundup

Saturday, September 26, 2009, 12:06 AM
Here is the Friday football roundup: There’s no way to get around it. Upper Dublin simply has Upper Moreland’s number on the football field. No matter what kind of a season the Golden Bears have had over the last six seasons, the Cardinals found a way to win. In a Suburban One American... Read more

Football Roundup

Saturday, September 5, 2009, 12:18 AM
Welcome to the first Friday Night Lights of this season. Episcopal Academy 28, Furness 6 — Junior tailback Brian Ruditys gained 172 yards on 27 carries as the Churchmen rolled. The Churchmen limited the Falcons to just one score, on a 65-yard kickoff return from sophomore Sharif Smith in the... Read more

Football Roundup

Saturday, September 5, 2009, 12:18 AM
Welcome to the first Friday Night Lights of this season. Episcopal Academy 28, Furness 6 — Junior tailback Brian Ruditys gained 172 yards on 27 carries as the Churchmen rolled. The Churchmen limited the Falcons to just one score, on a 65-yard kickoff return from sophomore Sharif Smith in the... Read more
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