Archive: May, 2012
By Jenn Wright, Science Leadership Academy
The convention goes that you get new running shoes every 350 to 400 miles. I'm about to get some new shoes, probably Nike again, though.
I began running, not just after the bus, in March of 2011. That is when I began an excursion into something that has transformed into what I'm all about, now.
Senior Andrew Fisher was on his game in Saturday’s 8-0 Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic quarterfinal win over Sterling.
The righthander limited the hard-hitting Silver Knights to four hits. He struck out eight and walked none to improve his record to 7-2.
Matt Giampetro went 2 for 3 with two doubles, two runs scored and two RBIs. Alex Injaian was 2 for 3 with a run scored and RBI and William Allen hit a pinch-hit two-run double for the Lions, who improved to 15-8. Sterling Third baseman Eric Teesdale went 2 for 3 for the 16-4 Silver Knights.
Righthander Andrew Biggs was dominant in leading Millville to an opening round 4-0 win over Gloucester Catholic in the 39th annual Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic at Maple Shade.
Biggs struck out 13 and opened the scoring with an RBI single in the third inning.
A Delaware State recruit, Biggs allowed just three hits.
By Jennifer Wright, Science Leadership Academy
Not many people have the opportunity to meet a Prince in their lifetime, but I can now say that I have. Thursday April 26th, I met Earl of Wessex HRH Prince Edward during his visit to Philadelphia.
Prince Edward took over responsibility for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Program from his father HRH Prince Phillip.
Greg "Bubba" Bernhardt was tabbed as Monsignor Bonner's new head football coach on Friday.
Bernhardt replaces Tom Orepeza, who went 21-35 in five seasons.