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Phillies spring preview

March 3, 2014

By Matt Cruz Staff Writer The first impression can be a lasting one but the Phillies spring debut, even though ending in a 4-3 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday, had some promising signs for this aging roster. Pitcher...

Performance-enhancing drugs—fair or unnatural?

February 19, 2014

By Jack Haines Op-Ed Editor First, it was the curveball. Then, it was the dunk. Heck, people even tried to ban the famed “Fosbury Flop” that was winning high jumper Dick Fosbury Olympic gold in revolutionary fashion....

NFL season highlights

February 19, 2014

By Evan Cheney Staff Writer "I thought it was a historic and disappointing season, with the result of the Super Bowl,” Senior Tyler Gillen said. This was an amazing NFL season by any standard. Records were broken, the...

Former Neshaminy graduate heads to Penn State as new head coach

February 19, 2014

By Eric Rotteveel Staff Writer On Jan. 11, 2014 Penn State announced the hiring of former Neshaminy graduate James Franklin as their new head football coach. After years of coaching all around the country, Franklin will come...

Girls’ Basketball makes their way up ranks

February 19, 2014

By Kirstin Delaney Staff Writer Dominating games and moving on up, Neshaminy girls’ basketball team is experiencing another great season. Obtaining an outstanding record of 14-1, the girls are ranked 51 in states. On...

Neshaminy junior on the ball

February 19, 2014

By Reed Hennessey Sports Editor Junior David Moffitt currently holds the seconds highest overall and league average on the Neshaminy Bowling team, directly behind senior, Captain AJ Wolstenholme. On Jan. 23 Moffitt against...

Franklin to coach at Penn State

January 23, 2014

By Jack Haines Op-Ed Editor Neshaminy High School graduate James Franklin has officially accepted the football head coaching position at Penn State University. After unconfirmed reports that he had done so on Friday, the...

Neshaminy swim team puts up a hard fight against Abington

January 23, 2014

By Emily Scott Business and Op-Ed Editor The Neshaminy swim team had an exciting meet against Abington High school on Jan. 9. Both the boys’ and girls’ team had outstanding efforts. The boys had a tremendous victory over...

2014 Neshaminy High School Hall of Fame Inductees Presentation

January 16, 2014

This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office Web Apps....

Girls’ winter track warms up for new season

Natalie Pietrowski

January 7, 2014

As the weather cools and all the fall sports begin to come to a close, that’s when the girls track team begins to heat up. After last year, everyone is expecting a season full of new records and state qualifications. Last...

Football:Varsity squad faces off against St. Joe’s Prep, season comes to an end at State Semifinals

December 19, 2013

By Reed Hennessy Sports Editor “I am just so happy for everybody the parents, players, coaching staff and entire school,” Gabriel Infante head coach of St. Joe’s Prep said. St. Joseph’s Prep will be going to Hershey,...

Sports announcer pays visit to Neshaminy

December 19, 2013

By Emily Scott Business and Op-Ed Editor Sports radio announcer Merrill Reese paid a visit to Neshaminy High School on Dec. 7, to congratulate the Girls’ Varsity Soccer team on winning State Championships and to wish the...

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