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Sanford and Brinson finish spring with strong efforts

AMBLER — Juniors Wilbert Brinson and Brian Sanford used Saturday’s Cherry and White intra-squad game to conclude a progressive spring for them on the defensive side of the ball. Sanford, a 6-foot-2 defensive end, scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery while Brinson, a 6-foot defensive back from Cheltenham, Md.…

Blowout marks three-loss week

Although the baseball team is currently tied for third place in the Atlantic Ten Conference standings, they were on the losing end of an embarrassing defeat this weekend. The Owls (16-16, 8-4 A-10) suffered a tumultuous 23-0 loss to visiting Richmond Friday at Skip Wilson Field in Ambler.…

Heavy competition in the trenches

Only eleven days away from its annual Cherry and White game, several football players are aiming to secure an open spot on the team’s depth chart before the intrasquad contest kicks off.…

The difficult road of recruiting

It’s the dream of every high school athlete. As they stand before friends, family, teammates and coaches, they prepare themselves to make one of the biggest decisions of their lives. They are faced with a choice, as hats from all of the colleges and universities that have offered them the chance to be a part of something stand before them.…

Building Brooks

Sophomore guard Ryan Brooks benefited most from senior guard Mark Tyndale’s lack of minutes against Charlotte Wednesday night. In the Owls’ 75-61 win over Charlotte, Tyndale played only 29 minutes and failed to reach double digits in scoring, registering just nine points.…

Football nets another top-rated class

Three Big 33 All-Star Game participants were among the 26 new players who will don a Temple uniform for the football team’s upcoming season. Three-star wide receiver Vaughn Carraway, linebacker Adrian Robinson and offensive lineman Wayne Tribue, each of whom will compete in the annual all-star game between Pennsylvania and Ohio high school seniors, officially joined the Owls Wednesday, the first day recruits could sign National Letters of Intent.…

Runners dismayed by weather; times

The rain fell hard, the wind blew heavily and the trail became more mud than grass. The cross country teams trudged through, but were not pleased with the weather or their results.…