Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The team played in the Beachbound I Classic Championship on April 27 and 28.
The Jaguars AAU 6th grade boys basketball team won the Beachbound I Classic Championship in Ocean City, MD on April 27 and 28. In the championship game, the Jaguars defeated the 6th Man Warriors from Washington, DC by a score of 33-26 in a defensive battle. "With 84 teams in the tournament, some of the finest talent on the East Coast is showcased," commented Walt Stevenson, Executive Director of the Tournament. "Congratulations to our champions, the Jaguars from Pennsylvania, for demonstrating their skill and character on the court." During the classic, the Jaguars competed against top caliber AAU programs including the Smyrna Elite from MD, the Luzerne County Lightening from Wilkes-Barre, PA and the DNB Stars from the Bronx, NY. The …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Looking for a full or part time position? These business are hiring!
LIMERICK Dollar Tree - The new Dollar Tree in Limerick, opening on Feb. 3, is hiring for all positions. To apply, download an application here and drop the application off at the Trappe Dollar Tree at Trappe Shopping Center, 130 West Main Street, Trappe. Host/Hostess - Craft Ale House is hiring morning servers, hostess, and various front of house positions. Restaurant experience and a knowledge of craft beers a must. Interested applicants must apply in person, Mondays through Saturdays between 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 708 West Ridge Pike, Limerick. Grill Cook - Experienced Grill Cook/Prep Experience and all around knowledge of how to run a small Fast Casual Kitchen. No late nights. Collections Clerk - A full time collections clerk is …
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Volunteers will help with phone banking, door-to-door canvassing and data entry.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Editor's note: The following is a press release from Kevin Dunbar, chairman of the Area 4 Democratic Committee. With the Presidential election five months away, volunteers are now needed to join the Obama campaign at the Area 4 Democratic Campaign Headquarters, 486 E. Main St. in Collegeville. Volunteers will help with phone banking, door-to-door canvassing and data entry. Located one block from Ursinus College, the office is open for phone banking on Tuesday and Thursday, and for canvassing on Saturday. Those hours will be expanded. Volunteers are welcome from across central Montgomery County. Area 4 of the Montgomery County Democratic Committee covers Collegeville, Limerick, Lower Providence, Royersford, Skippack, Trappe, Upper …
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
College showcase 15U baseball squad Collegeville Pirates are ranked 24th in the nation in 2012.
Everyone's heard of the local American Legion's Spring City Red Sox, but there was also a huge following in 2011 for the Collegeville Pirates. The Pirates, after a stellar 2011 season, are ranked 24th in the country among youth baseball organizations designated as travel showcase teams. The Pirates are a 15U squad comprised of Limerick, Collegeville, Skippack, Schwenksville and Harlyesville kids. According to team dad Ted Miller, a core group of the boys has been playing together since the age of nine. "Dave Oczypok coached them through the travel program there," said Miller. "They were pretty successful. When they got to be 13, you can either go on to play legion ball locally or this group. The families of the parents said 'Why don't we …
Monday, January 9, 2012
A briefing of varsity scores last week at Spring-Ford High School.
The following varsity scores were reported between the dates of Jan. 2 and 7. Some scores may have yet to be reported. Please continue to check back for updates. No scores to report Boys Basketball (away) def. Perkiomen Valley, 71-67 Spring-Ford Statistics Zameer McDowell - 24 pts Josh Dishman - 21 pts Andrew Scanlan - 10 pts Darryl Branch - 6 pts Ryan Keefe - 6 pts Ryan O'Hara - 3 pts Drew Kakareka - 2 pts Girls Basketball (home) def. Perkiomen Valley, 77-37 Spring-Ford Statistics Courtney Hinnant - 13 pts Sammy Stipa - 13 pts Sarah Payonk - 13 pts Nikki Lynch - 12 pts Jaida Burgess - 7 pts Brittany Moore - 6 pts Mariah Traywick - 4 pts Sammi Haas - 4 pts Shelby Mueller - 3 pts Kirsten Landis - 2 pts Wrestling (home) def. Phoenixville H.S…
Friday, November 4, 2011
Final score and top five photos of Friday night's game.
The Spring-Ford High School Rams defeated Perkiomen Valley at Coach McNelly Stadium on Friday night, 42-28. With the win, the Rams clinched home field in the first round of the district playoffs. "We’re really excited about the home game," said head coach Chad Brubaker. "We don’t care who we play. It’s just going to be exciting here. I hope we get a huge crowd. Our student section was great tonight. They didn’t have shirts on in the cold weather. I hope they don’t get sick." It wasn't the best of first halves for the Rams, as Brubaker admitted, but the boys in recent weeks have known how to get the job done in the fourth quarter. "I felt like we had a good week of practice," Brubaker said. "I felt like we were focused in the beginning of …
Monday, October 3, 2011
Editor Kevin Haslam speaks with senior Nikki Lynch about soccer, college and being a three-sport athlete in this week's Q&A.
When speaking with assistant head coach Denise Johnston of the girls soccer team, one player came to mind as the star player of the Rams squad: senior captain Nikki Lynch. She has been a part of the team all four years in high school and also played for the popular West-Mont United travel team, growing up with some of the best girls soccer players in the area. Lynch took some time to sit down with Limerick-Royersford-Spring City Patch to discuss her soccer career and life in general in this week’s Q&A. LRSC Patch: How long have you been playing soccer for? Nikki Lynch: Probably about 12 or 13 years. I've been playing since I was really young. Patch: When did you realize you fell in love with it, when did you realize you were good at it and…
Sunday, September 4, 2011
Your weekly roundup for Spring-Ford sports teams.
Here is a list of scores, postponements and cancelations from Aug. 29 - Sept. 3. Some scores have not been reported yet. LRSC Patch will give updates when the information becomes available. Phoenixville H.S. def. Girls Tennis (home), 4-3* * - Stats were not provided Boys Golf (home) def. Pottstown H.S., 197-238 Spring-Ford Stats Pottstown Stats Girls Golf (home) def. Great Valley, 201-215 Spring-Ford Stats Great Valley Stats Girls Tennis @ Pottsgrove S.D. Boys Golf @ Perkiomen Valley Football (home) def. West Chester East H.S., 63-12 Boyertown def. Boys Soccer, 5-1 Henderson def. Girls Soccer, 2-1 Girls Tennis (away) def. Haverford, 7-0 Girls Tennis (away) def. Haverford, 7-0 Field Hockey (away) def. Downingtown East, 6-2 Stats Goals for …