Winifred Wafwoyo wanted her son to excel in academics, but is pleased he has been drafted to play in the NFL
Now the team looks ahead to the PIAA state meet.
Here are highlights from Day 1 of the annual track carnival at Franklin Field.
She will race for the USA against The World.
The Villanova women won the 4x1,500 as Piccirillo sets career victories mark.
Volunteers, coaches and former athletes love to recall when they enjoyed the spotlight.
The senior runner ran a leg of the victorious 4x1,500 relay
Rested Cardinal could have been a threat, but anchor Siofra Cleirigh Buttner closed the win with a strong anchor leg.
The former walk-on played defensive end for the Owls but is expected to be a linebacker with Arizona.
The former Cherokee High standout now competes for Oklahoma, but this felt like a home meet for her.
The 26-year-old finished second for the Owls in 2012.
Siofra Cleirigh Buttner turned a close race into a romp with an explosive third leg for the Wildcats.
Longtime starter Karen Guy travels with her gun. Announcer Burt Ritchie has seen technology change his job in many ways.
From the end of the season until now, few players in the country have made bigger strides than Temple’s defensive end/linebacker Haason Reddick...
Nate Hairston has come a long way from his stormy beginning at Temple.