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Callowhill: Mission Accomplished for Roman Catholic Point Guard Lynn Greer III

Callowhill: Mission Accomplished for Roman Catholic Point Guard Lynn Greer III

As Lynn Greer III warmed up in the layup line before Roman Catholic High School’s game against Neumann-Goretti just over a year ago, the freshman felt pain he never suffered before. When he landed, Greer’s tendon peeled back from his knee cap, but it didn’t totally separate from the knee. So, instead of playing at […]

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Amateur Sports: Five People Most Local Citizens Haven’t Heard Of

Amateur Sports: Five People Most Local Citizens Haven’t Heard Of

Philadelphia has a rich sports tradition that many throughout the city share a deep passion for. A closer look reveals individuals in local communities who make sports accessible and enjoyable for others. Here are five people you may not know who help others get involved.   Brian Calhoun: Calhoun (above) has won the most matches in Tennis Philly history. […]

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Amateur Sports: Getting To Know Roman Catholic Boys’ Basketball Coach Matt Griffin

Amateur Sports: Getting To Know Roman Catholic Boys’ Basketball Coach Matt Griffin

The Roman Catholic boys’ basketball program is one of the most prestigious in the Philadelphia Catholic League. Last season, the Cahillites won the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association 4A boys’ basketball championship. However, following the season, several of Roman’s key players from the PIAA 4A championship team graduated and head coach Chris McNesby resigned to spend […]