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Neshaminy grad Sarah Mitchell to be honored by Denny Hamlin during a Memorial Day Weekend NASCAR race

Mitchell died in July 2018 during a training incident in the Red Sea aboard the USS Jason Dunham.

Jimmie Johnson prepares for marathon NASCAR season by running

Johnson completed last month’s Boston Marathon in three hours, nine minutes, and seven seconds, averaging seven minutes and 12 seconds per mile -- two days after he finished 12th in the Toyota Owners 400.

Archbishop Wood’s Jack Colyar loves both baseball and football but chose the diamond at Duke for his next stop

The 6-foot-2 senior had a storied football career at Wood and interest from multiple Division I teams. But he loves baseball best.

It’s a quick transition from winter sports to baseball for a pair of Holy Ghost Prep players

While they are in season, athletes aren’t allowed to participate in other sports’ practices and have to find time to work out on their own.

NCAA Women’s Final Four coaches reflect on Philadelphia roots ahead of major matchup

This year’s NCAA Women’s Final Four features a matchup of not only two of the elite programs in the country, but a pair of Hall of Fame coaches. Connecticut’s Geno Auriemma and Notre Dame’s Muffet McGraw have a combined 13 national championships and 29 Final Four appearances in their storied careers

Justin Gaethje delivers highlight-reel knockout in front of Philadelphia fans at UFC on ESPN 2

Justin “The Highlight” Gaethje lived up to his nickname in the main event of UFC on ESPN 2 with a first-round knockout of No. 6 ranked lightweight Edson Barboza. With Barboza backpedaling, Gaethje delivered a right-handed blow that dropped Barboza and erupted the Wells Fargo Center crowd on Saturday

Horace Spencer and Samir Doughty, former Philly-area high school stars, are contributing to Auburn’s NCAA Tournament run

While at Willam Tennent, Spencer, also a top high school high jumper, earned the nickname “LeBron Who?” for his high-flying dunks.

Chris Clover shines as St. Joseph’s earns Senior Night win over La Salle

Clover had 12 of his game-high 19 points after halftime and gave the Hawks a much-needed scorer as star guard Charlie Brown Jr. managed just nine points.

Roman Catholic, fresh off Catholic League title, takes aim at another PIAA crown

After a second-consecutive Catholic League championship and fourth in the last five years, the Roman Catholic boys’ basketball team’s focus turns to another repeat attempt, the PIAA title.