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There is No "I" in T-E-A-M!
The 10th annual charity
"At The Grille", excellence is par for the course
TRAPPE—Ask around town and ever body has a pretty good idea of the where to eat ........
Longhorns rally to test Conestoga in 120-pound clash
DÉJÀ VU all over again
Vikings keep rolling into championship game
Stacking the deck!
Rams turnover trifecta propels
7th grade to win over Perk Valley
THE WRIGHT STUFF!
Longhorns get OH-fensive racking up more than 400 yards in play off win
There's no place like home! Really
Longhorns celebrate homecoming with more than just football
Longhorns go GREEN!
Lower Perk 105 black squad falls short of playoffs with 34-8 loss to Green Jackets
Vikings roll to win
Perkiomen Valley East 8th grade squad remains unbeaten.......
The Bucks stop here!
Rams continue historic run with
3-1 over Central Bucks West
UPPER PROVIDENCE—It was difficult to tell who was more excited about the Spring-Ford’s historic 3-1 win over Central Bucks West in the second round of the PIAA class AAA District One playoffs, the players or the coaches.
TRAPPE—Defense wins championships, at least that’s what they always say.
Even though Saturday’s Bux-Mont League flag battle featured some petty nifty stops and attention grabbing plays....
TRAPPE—The first quarter is usually a pretty good indication of how a Bux-Mont League Pop Warner battle will go, then again sometimes not so much.
Following the Longhorns opening possession in which they drove the length of the field on an impressive 8-play, 58-yard scoring drive, it looked as though the shoot out had begun.
Making the most of a PAT!
TRAPPE—There is just something special about a rivalry.
It really makes no difference if it is the Cowboys or Giants versus the Eagles, or Penn State taking on the Buckeyes..
SENSATIONAL WESTERN VIEW!
Perkiomen Valley East / West game in showcase for the Vikings faithful
GRATERFORD—As the bus pulled up to Thomas J Keenan Stadium and unloaded the Perkiomen Valley Middle School West 7th football team....
HERDING in a
Longhorns 80 black finishes
season on high note
TRAPPE—Football is a game of details.
Let’s re phrase that, winning football is a result of attention to details.
On Saturday, the Longhorns 80-pound black squad closed out another fantastic Bux-Mont League Pop Warner season with a gut wrenching 13-12 Credit Suisse Global Financial Services Bowl win.........
Longhorns Joe King secures 80 silver win with big recovery
By Dave Conard Tri County Sentinel
TRAPPE—It’s always great to win your final game of the season.
Recording a shut out is said finale is a bonus, but to dominate a contest like the Longhorns did in their 6-0 win over Marsh Creek, which closed out their 51st season was nothing short of incredible.
That's why girls DO play the game
GRATERFORD—It may not be an age-old riddle, but let’s try it anyway.
What happens when you take 159 high school girls, 25 seriously misdressed boys and four men wearing stripes and let them run around the frigid Superior Credit Union field at Thomas J Keenan Stadium?
The answer is the “battle royale” between the best female athletes of the junior and senior classes, otherwise known as the Perkiomen Valley Powder Puff football game, from which the class of 2015 became the first junior class to claim victory, by a count of 34-18.