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Laub gets chance to lead Richmond

Wednesday, August 15, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in Sports

John Laub was bred into the game of football. At the ripe age of six, Laub was out competing on the gridiron. He had the raw talent from a young age and that was due in large part to the legacy before him.

Laub's father, John, played football at the University of Delaware, and his grandfather, Doug, played at the University of Penn. He even has a second cousin known for his success in the game, former pro Matt Millen.

"It's a game I just grew up to love," said Laub. "It wasn't...

COLUMN: Eagles rally behind Reid in tough time

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by PETER CAR in Sports

The tragedy that engulfed the Philadelphia Eagles organization Sunday morning was one of shock and sadness with the sudden death of Garrett Reid.

The 29-year-old son of head coach Andy Reid was found unresponsive in a Lehigh University dorm room at 7:20 am Sunday when he was found by an Eagles official.

The aftermath and questions that remain are now part of the puzzle that the Reid family, Eagles organization and fans seek in the wake of a family tragedy.

Questions...

Boys hoops makes early exit

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

A very successful summer for the Parkland boys basketball team came to a sudden end in the first round of the Stellar Summer League playoffs last Thursday night at Cedar Beach.

A blown 10-point lead late in the second half brought the summer to a close for the Trojans, losing to rival Emmaus 53-48 in overtime.

"There were some bad shots, and we didn't move the ball well offensively," said assistant coach Justin Christein. "That's our offensive game right there, ball movement....

SPYA Gray wins midget title

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

The South Parkland Gray Midget team recently won the Parkland Youth League Baseball Championship. The Trojans defeated Grandlawn #1 in the title game 13-12, in a game played over two nights.

The dramatic winning run scored when Nick Mohr hit an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Pictured above are team members, front row, left to right: Nick Mohr, Will Kroboth and Michael Kellar; kneeling: George Jenkins, Jake Nimeh and Hani Kitabwalla; standing:...

Dvoracek was a true two-sport star

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in HS Sports

Balancing two sports with academics is always a tough act, especially being successful at both sports.

Rob Dvoracek mastered that craft, while still being a level-headed student his senior year Parkland High School. For these accomplishments, he is named the 2011-12 Parkland Press Male Athlete of the Year.

On a team known for its run-first style of play, Dvoracek was the go-to-guy on the Trojan attack this past season. His numbers were incredible, rushing for 1,246 yards and 27...

youth racing

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by The Press in HS Sports

The following are results from the Keystone State Quarter Midget Race Club series held at the club's track in Schnecksville.

July 31

Jr. Novice - 1. Dalton Mapes, 2. Lawson Szerencits;

Jr. Novice Unrest. - 1. Tyler Henry, 2. Ziven Hendricks, 3. Brandon Krapf;

Sr. Novice - 1. Mackenzie Hixson;

Jr. Animal - 1. Morgan LaBuda, 2. Ryan Graver, 3. Jacob Balliet;

Sr. Animal - 1. Logen Snyder, 2. JJ Horstman, 3. Tyler Lindsay;

Jr. Honda - 1. Ryan...

Robertson led volleyball to new heights

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by LOU RUSNOCK in HS Sports

Perhaps the scariest thing about Kelly Robertson's junior year as a Parkland athlete is that it could have been even better.

All the talented volleyball middle hitter, basketball center and track jumper did was lead one team to its first ever state title and earn state MVP honors in the process.

A knee injury during basketball season put a damper on what could have been a highly decorated campaign, but it wasn't enough to stop her from being named the 2011-12 Parkland Press...