Friday, November 20, 2009
Father Judge High School midfielder Nick Morris. The Crusaders have won the Catholic League championship this season, and went on to defeat Washington High School in the city championship and are now competing in the state championship this weekend in Hershey, Pa.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Alexandria Sacidor, now a junior at Nazareth Academy High School, played varsity basketball and soccer during her freshman year but has been sidelined for the past two years due to what is amounting to a medical mystery. In Sept. 2007, her left leg began to shake uncontrollably. She’s seen more than 20 doctors throughout the nation over the past two years and has been tested for multiple sclerosis, lupus, Parkinson’s Disease, muscle spasms etc. None of them have been able to successfully diagnose her. After missing two full seasons of basketball and soccer — Alex stayed on both teams as a team manager during that time but could not play — one doctor suggested Botox shots. Two weeks later, last week, her leg stopped shaking. She is now starting to jog and will soon be running again. Alex plans to return to the soccer field next season.
Monday, November 2, 2009
Patricia O’Neill, a Northeast High School graduate who is being inducted into the University of Delaware Hall of Fame for softball. Patricia was a talented pitcher, who nowadays, still plays in a local bar league and also coaches the Philly Flash tournament softball team.