Tag Archives: Sports

MLB Quarterly Report

By Sam Bennett We’re about a quarter through this year’s MLB season, so let’s take a look back at some of this year’s biggest storylines so far. Sho-Time in LA Possibly the most exciting man in LA sports since Kobe and Shaq of the Showtime Lakers, Shohei Ohtani has taken the baseball world by storm

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Garnet Valley Varsity Club to Hold Sports Equipment Drive

Message from Garnet Valley Varsity Club: Varsity Club is holding a Sports Equipment Drive on May 13th from 3:00-6:00PM and May 15th from 9:00-11:00 AM at the Cafeteria entrance of GVHS! At this drive,Varsity Club is collecting a WIDE variety of used sports equipment and we are counting onYOU to come and donate! You might

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Grading Each Pick From the First Round of the NFL Draft

By Ryan Croke On Thursday night, the NFL held its annual draft, in which college players are brought up into the NFL. An incredibly hyped up event, millions of fans tuned in to see who their team would pick to be the future of their franchise. There was much speculation behind who would go where,

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The Diamond in the Rough

By Frank Long  The 2021 NFL Draft is only two and a half weeks away, making this the perfect time to take a look at the most exciting quarterback prospects of this year’s draft. As the NFL is developing into a pass-first league with high powered passing offenses such as the Buffalo Bills and the

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The Death of Baseball

By Sam Bennett It’s no secret to any sports fan in America, especially baseball fans, that America’s national pastime is slowly dying. Over the past decade, average attendance at games has decreased by over 4,000 people. Viewership of the world series has been on a steady, incremental decline over the same period. The average age

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Carl Schaller Prefers Four Digits

By Frank Long Standout Garnet Valley High School Basketball player Carl Schaller masks up and hits 1,000 points.  Carl Schaller has been a prolific Garnet Valley basketball player for four years now. As a freshman, he quickly took the program by storm, producing amazing performances at such an amateur point in his high school career. 

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Ben Simmons: Offensive Retrospective

By Sam Bennett In 2016, the Philadelphia 76ers selected Ben Simmons from LSU to be their point guard of the future. Based on how he looked in year one, this looked like a slam dunk for the franchise. He was a dominant slasher, amazing playmaker, and force on the defensive end who was able to

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NFL Week 13 Rundown

By Sam Bennett The thirteenth week in this insane NFL season is yet another with high stakes for every team vying for playoff contention, as well as those seeking a high pick in this year’s coming draft. With Thursday night’s game cancelled, here’s a (slightly extensive) rundown of what to expect this week in the

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Garnet Valley Seniors Reflect Upon Their Final Football Season

By Kevin Genthert and Humaam Said In a year of ups and downs, many people looked to sports as their saving grace. The coronavirus outbreak truly became real in a lot of peoples’ minds on the night mainstream sports were shut down. School sports were also cancelled shortly thereafter. As athletes, we Jaguars were devastated

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I Believe Everything Happens for a Reason

In her first podcast, Jamie Dwyer looks back on the first time she failed in middle school and how she now believes that everything happens for a reason: https://www.podbean.com/ei/pb-jryam-f302dd