College Corner: Andrews sets Gettysburg record in long jump |Feb 7, 2016

When Travis Andrews kicks off an indoor track season, he knows how to do it right.

Rogers family, owners of Grandview Speedway, injured in car crash in Daytona Beach |Feb 5, 2016

Bruce and Teresa Rogers, operators of Grandview Speedway, continue their recovery from injuries sustained in a vehicular accident last week in Daytona Beach, Fla.

McCaffery: For Openers, Phils’ gloves will be mightier than their bats |Jan 30, 2016

PHILADELPHIA >> From the manager to the general manager to the personnel development director to the players themselves, the Phillies expect a volatile couple of months in Clearwater.

Saxton: Reading Motorsports Show gets a makeover |Jan 27, 2016

When Brad Reinert took over the promotion of the Racing Legends Reunion & Car Show, he vowed to keep the popular off-season event going and make necessary changes so that the show could grow and prosper.

Healthy Gostisbehere rejoining Flyers for Saturday’s Rangers game |Jan 16, 2016

VOORHEES, N.J. >> Entering the second half of an increasingly interesting season, the Flyers will receive a welcome blue-line and power-play boost Saturday.

Phils’ prospect Williams eager to go deep for a dream at Citizens Bank Park |Jan 15, 2016

PHILADELPHIA >> Nick Williams was raised in Galveston, Texas, where everything was hot, from the weather to the way he could hit a baseball, long and far and often.

Despite critics, Union’s Stewart sees draftees’ potential |Jan 15, 2016

It’s the time of year for pundits from all corners of the American soccer universe to sharpen their pitchforks and take aim at the MLS SuperDraft as a dying institution.

Eagles’ zero in on Doug Pederson; Graham calls new coach a ‘great hire’ |Jan 15, 2016

The Eagles interviewed a running backs coach, an interim head coach, an offensive genius and a living legend.

Leodora: Phoenixville grad’s induction into Hall moment of pride for family, friends |Jan 7, 2016

WEST NORRITON >> Justice has been served.

Philadelphia Eagles CEO: Chip Kelly didn’t push to keep coaching job in final meeting |Dec 30, 2015

PHILADELPHIA >> Chip Kelly was offered no options - just the door - in a meeting Tuesday night with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie.

Holy Cross students get stronger one step at a time with rock wall |Dec 3, 2015

COLLEGEVILLE >> Whether it’s side to side or up and down; teachers are encouraging students to literally climb the walls during school.

FOLLOW LIVE: Eagles take on the undefeated Panthers and Cam Newton |Oct 25, 2015

The Eagles make a Sunday night visit to the Carolina Panthers tonight. You can follow the game along with Eagles beat writer Bob Grotz (@bobgrotz) by using #eagles on Twitter of check in above.

FOLLOW LIVE: Eagles play Giants on Monday Night Football |Oct 19, 2015

The Eagles host the Giants on Monday Night Football and you can become part of the action. Chat live with Eagles writer Bob Grotz, columnist Jack McCaffery and other Eagles fans during the game. Use #eagles on Twitter or check in above.

LEAVE YOUR COMMENTS: Eagles beat the Saints, 39-17 |Oct 11, 2015

The Eagles rolled over the Saints Sunday afternoon. Follow the postgame live along with Eagles beat writer Bob Grotz, columnist Jack McCaffery and other Eagles fans by using #eagles on Twitter or checking in above.

Redskins beat the Eagles, 23-20. Time to sound off |Oct 4, 2015

The Washington Redskins came back to beat the Eagles 23-20 Sunday afternoon. Give your opinion by using #eagles on Twitter or checking in above.

FOOTBALL: Huge fourth quarter powers Great Valley past Phoenixville |Sep 7, 2015

EAST WHITELAND >> Quarterbacking a Dan Ellis offense, Great Valley’s Robert Geiss had the feeling the reins would be let loose in his first varsity start.

Coming soon: PA Prep Live — our new high school sports website |Jul 16, 2015

We are pleased to announce that our new high school sports website PA Prep Live will be launching Tuesday, July 21, replacing our current sports website of GameTimePA.

GIRLS TRACK: Serratore seals marvelous Methacton career with PIAA medal, earns Mercury All-Area Athlete of the Year honors |Jun 30, 2015

FAIRVIEW VILLAGE >> As her final high school track and field season was winding down, Nicolette Serratore couldn’t keep her mind off the one thing still missing from her résumé.

Union sizing up Honduran Palacios |Jun 15, 2015

CHESTER >> One of the first transfer rumblings of the summer hit the Philadelphia Union Monday with the revelation that Honduran midfielder Wilson Palacios is training with the club.

Sixers’ Embiid suffers apparent setback in recovery |Jun 13, 2015

Nearly one year after the Sixers took him with the third overall pick in the draft, Joel Embiid seems no closer to playing.

Giles goes into orbit, Phils fall again |Jun 13, 2015

PITTSBURGH >> The Phillies got a quality start from the new guy, a yeoman’s effort from a beleaguered bullpen, and a lot of stranded base runners from a punchless lineup in their 1-0, 13-inning loss to the Pirates at PNC Park Friday night.

Phillies Notebook: Sandberg wants to see more of Rupp |Jun 12, 2015

PITTSBURGH >> The Phillies played an afternoon game Wednesday in Cincinnati before making a puddle-hop to Pittsburgh before sunset, then had a full day off Thursday before getting back to business Friday night at PNC Park for the start of a weekend series against the Pirates.

After 3,500 games, Phillies security guard calls it a career |May 16, 2015

PHILADELPHIA >> After 45 years of working security detail for the Philadelphia Phillies, Tony Valerio, 87, of Ridley Township, decided to finally retire.

Eagles legend Chuck Bednarik has died at 89 |Mar 21, 2015

Chuck Bednarik, considered the greatest Eagles player ever, died this morning.

Hoops tourney at Phoenixville YMCA helps kids ‘Kick Butts’ |Mar 19, 2015

SCHUYLKILL >> The theme of the day was to stop smoking. Either do not start or quit, and encourage others, both young and old, to do the same thing.

Phillies fans scoop up tickets on first day of individual game sales |Feb 20, 2015

Despite dire prospects for the upcoming Phillies season and sub-zero wind chills, Tom O’Neill never considered passing on his winter pilgrimage to Citizens Bank Park for the first day of individual game ticket sales.

Norristown Area School District officially accepted into the Pioneer Athletic League |Feb 19, 2015

NORRISTOWN >> Following a unanimous vote from the principals in the Pioneer Athletic Conference (PAC), the Norristown Area School District has been accepted and will begin transitioning its middle school and high school freshmen teams for the 2015-2016 school year.

SOCCER: Rare blood condition can’t knock down PJP sophomore Snyder, especially after meeting hero Messi |Feb 16, 2015

Andrew Snyder got the kick of a lifetime.

VIDEO: Runners trek up a snow mountain to qualify for national championships |Feb 4, 2015

SCHWENKSVILLE >> The mountain was high enough and the temperature cold enough, but icy conditions didn’t stop 30 runners from snowshoeing on the frozen ground Saturday morning.

Norristown Area school board approves move to Pioneer Athletic Conference |Jan 30, 2015

WEST NORRITON >> The Norristown Area School District athletic programs will be making the switch to the Pioneer Athletic Conference after all.

Norristown school board to vote on switch to PAC10 |Jan 21, 2015

NORRISTOWN >> In an effort to keep the public abreast of the Norristown Area School District’s potential move to the Pioneer Athletic Conference (PAC) from the Suburban One League (SOL), representatives from the PAC attended Tuesday night’s work session for a question and answer with the school board.

Berman scores first-round KO in pro boxing debut |Nov 24, 2014

KING OF PRUSSIA >> Opening-night jitters were definitely apparent for Collegeville boxer Sammy Berman Saturday night at the Valley Forge Casino Resort.

Berman set for pro boxing debut |Nov 18, 2014

PHOENIXVILLE >> Sammy Berman has yet to graduate from high school. But he is also on the threshhold of a very important step in his young life as an athlete.

QUIZ: How well do you know the history of the Philadelphia Eagles? |Nov 17, 2014

Smith captures first oval, outlaws auto racing win |Oct 27, 2014

It was a performance that the Pennsylvania Posse sprint car fans thundered in approval of and even the World of Outlaws faithful had to respect as Posse circuit driver Ryan Smith of Kunkletown beat the traveling STP World of Outlaws sprint cars at Port Royal Speedway on Oct.

FIELD HOCKEY: Spring-Ford’s Vagnoni victim of PIAA gender ruling |Sep 4, 2014

After earning Mercury All-Area honorable mention honors in 2013, Spring-Ford field hockey goalkeeper Dante Vagnoni was poised to replicate the same success in 2014.

Labor Day golf in Limerick to benefit Royersford charity |Aug 22, 2014

Designing 4 Hope, a charitable organization based in Royersford, will benefit from golf played all day at Limerick Golf Club on Labor Day. All golfers will enjoy 18 holes of golf for just $20.14, including discounts on food and beer.

Tennis coaching legend Leo Scoda steps down after 51 years at Phoenixville |Aug 19, 2014

PHOENIXVILLE - Leo Scoda has decided the time is right to step aside now.

Kelly Chevrolet to sponsor Phoenixville Area Soccer Club season |Aug 18, 2014

In the spirit of community collaboration and teamwork taught through youth sports, Kelly Chevrolet, Inc. is supporting Phoenixville Area Soccer Club through the Chevrolet Youth Soccer Program. This sponsorship will include both monetary and equipment donations during the 2014 youth soccer season.

Brandywine Roller Girls earn first playoff bid, aim to impress |Aug 8, 2014

The Brandywine Roller Girls may be the new kids on the block in the national roller derby circuit, but they’ve already proven that they’re a serious contender.

PHOTOS: Temple basketball coach visits Spring-Ford camp |Jul 9, 2014

Temple men’s basketball coach Fran Dunphy spoke to campers at Ed Sharr’s Definitely Sports basketball camp at Spring-Ford School District’s Seventh Grade Center. More than 80 children participated in this year’s camp.

Devon Prep baseball rallies around ailing facilities director |Jul 8, 2014

It may have been Friday the 13th, but bad luck was not a problem for Devon Prep’s Varsity Baseball team as they defeated Elk County Catholic at Penn State University for the PIAA Class A State Championship.

Local field hockey players aim for spots on national team |Jun 17, 2014

A number of local field hockey players are among those vying for spots on the USA national team.

Brandywine Roller Girls ranked #40 in WFTDA |Apr 29, 2014

On April 9, the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) released their updated rankings based on game play from the beginning of the 2014 season ending on March 31. The Brandywine Roller Girls (BRG) schedule was created with these rankings in mind and as a result of the Belligerents undefeated record in sanctioned play they jumped 13 spots to #40, allowing them to claim the final D1 playoff qualification spot.

Roller Derby gains popularity among local women |Apr 13, 2014

Ten women wearing skates, kneepads, elbow pads, mouth guards and helmets are lined up, and when the whistle blows the game will start with a lot of pushing, shoving and hitting while the women simultaneously skate around the track.

Brandywine Roller Girls announce 2014 schedule |Mar 4, 2014

DOWNINGTOWN — The Brandywine Roller Girls (BRG) released their 2014 schedule last week. The home season kicks off on Saturday, March 15 with an exciting double header against the Ithaca League of Women Rollers.

Girls Basketball: North Penn/Spring-Ford Boxscore |Mar 1, 2014

District 1-AAAA Championship North Penn 63

Spring-Ford boys still alive in district consis |Feb 28, 2014

ROYERSFORD - Like many coaches, Spring-Ford’s Chris Talley feels the third quarter is where many basketball games are won or lost.

Six wrestlers advance to Southeast Regionals |Feb 24, 2014

ROYERSFORD - Host Spring-Ford’s wrestlers finished in second place in team scoring during the District 1-AAA West Tournament Feb. 22.

Girls Basketball: Merion Mercy ousts Phoenixville |Feb 19, 2014