The Playwickian

Bowling co-captain impresses league, will continue in college

Natalie Pietrowski

January 26, 2015

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Senior Kaeli McMaster, is one of the Co-Captains for the 2014-2015 Girls Bowling team and has one of the highest averages on the team. Bowling has always been a familiar sport for McMaster. Her uncle and grandfather are both...

Juniors pursue unique athletic passions

January 14, 2015

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By Eishna Ranganathan News Editor Olympians at heart, four female juniors participate in hobbies in the athletic arena beyond the threshold of Neshaminy High School. They invest time in interests vastly different from the...

Boys’ varsity basketball moves forward in season

January 14, 2015

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By Reed Hennessy Editor-in-Chief “Our biggest challenge this year is trying to find the right mix of players to give us our best chance to win,” head coach of the boys’ varsity basketball team Jerry Devine said. Currently...

Girls’, Boys’ track push towards championship season

Natalie Pietrowski

January 14, 2015

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While the winter break may have paused school for a few weeks, the winter track teams certainly did not slow down. Both the boys’ and the girls’ teams have been working hard in preparation for their weekly meets at Lehigh...

Swimming team ready for another successful season

November 19, 2014

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By Kyle DiFrank Staff Writer The boys and girls from Neshaminy’s swim team have been training rigorously and preparing for the upcoming season. The girls, led by captains Helen Shekhterman, Lizzy Miller, Angela Le and...

Military club returns to Neshaminy

November 7, 2014

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By Reed Hennessy Editor-in-Chief Up until the early ‘70s Neshaminy High School had an Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, but it was eventually done away with due to a lack in student interest and changing...

Track teams reaps long-awaited dreams

November 6, 2014

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By Jackson Haines Managing Editor Boys To qualify for the PIAA Cross Country State Championship meet out of District 1 takes talent, and a fast time. The top 25 individuals, other than those who are on the top five teams (...

Neshaminy trails North Penn, loses game

November 6, 2014

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By Reed Hennessy Editor-in-Chief “It was just two evenly matched teams playing each other to the best of their ability, it really came down to special teams, and we lost that battle,” Neshaminy varsity football head coach...

Girls’ soccer team under new leadership

Natalie Pietrowski

October 21, 2014

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The magic numbers 25 and 0 took the Neshaminy girls’ soccer team to state championships last year and gave hope for another winning season, but when a coach resigned and senior players moved on to college, the state championship...

Threat of mental illnesses in NFL

October 21, 2014

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By Liam Krimmel Sports Editor Can NFL players playing on the field become diagnosed with mental illnesses like Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or Extrasensory perception (ESP), which is perception occurring independently...

Young quarterback makes standing impression

October 21, 2014

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By Reed Hennessy Editor-in-Chief Sophomore Mason Jones may be a young first-string quarterback, but he certainly plays with the determination and skill of a senior. So far this season Jones’s total passing yards are over...

Neshaminy sports teams charge into successful beginnings

Grace Marion, Staff Writer

October 21, 2014

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TENNIS (GIRLS’) Neshaminy girls' tennis team looks forward to a doubles tournament in mid-October after team captain Cheyenne Oswald won her bracket in the SOL singles. In their Cape May tournament they placed fourth; Oswald...

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