–> NEWS ARCHIVE <–
May 11 – the CB East Stories
From the Courier-Times
Holy Ghost and CRN game
The pre-game from Ken Mandel
The complete story from Ken Mandel at the Courier-Times
Suburban One Sports recap
May 4 – Nice recap by Steve Sherman v/v CR North and the SOL title.
The immediate recap from PhillyLacrosse – 22 saves, man!
*NEW* Missed this one from Suburban One Sports
Also Steve Sherman’s article from the Yardley News (Advance).
Philly Rankings – Full Stop!
7. Pennsbury (12-1) – The Falcons are playing some excellent lacrosse if you’re not noticing. They have yielded just 18 goals in their last six wins. They host Abington today and can clinch the Suburban One National Conference title with a victory. Prev: NR
Truman game – Box score from the Courier Times
Ken Mandel in the Courier-Times had this to say about the Neshaminy game. His comment about Avon Grove should have referenced the regular season loss – since Pennsbury beat Avon Grove in the District One Quarterfinals last year. Great game it was on the field at West Chester Henderson, too. (NOTE: correction appears on page C3 of the 26-Apr-2012 Courier-Times. Thanks Ken!)
SOS has a brief summary
In retrospect, there is another late-breaking story on the CR South game. Is it me, or does Andrew Probst appear to be the new team spokesman?
Avon Grove Story(ies)
First to roll in? From PhillyLacrosse, of course. Recap of the Avon Grove game is right below the Conestoga-Hill Academy lead.
21-April Council Rock South Recap
Steve Sherman of the Yardley News had this to say
Praise for Pennsbury in the Courier-Times
17-April recap vs CR North
Pennsbury Beats Abington
Brief recap from PhillyLacrosse “Pennsbury Beats Abington After 10 Tries”.
Drew gives his take on the situation in the Courier-Times article
Yardley News has some good articles about the Ultimate Disc competition at Pennsbury today?
10-4 Local Wrap-up
Summary details on Pennsbury’s blanking of Truman 17-0, as well as a similar Abington-CRN outcome. From Suburban One Sports
From Ken Mandel and the Courier-Times, this article about the season start
PhillyLacrosse with the box score – Calvin’s 4 goals, Drew’s 20 saves – and some nice words from the Penncrest coach. March 25 – 2012 Season Preview
Area team capsules, players to watch, and a focus on the Falcons – all in today’s Courier-Times
Plymouth Whitemarsh, season opener. Congratulations on a good win against a classy opponent - Click Here
Philly Lacrosse Style - click here
Luke Matthews: Hockey stud to Lacrosse Bro
March 1, 2012
Individually, sophomore faceoff specialist Shawn Caven (Pennsbury) had a game-high 11 ground balls and went 16-for-21 from the X on faceoffs.
Caterson Roars Like a Lyon
Evan Caterson commits to Wheaton College – story on PhillyLacrosse.com
Keene on Zach McD –> Zach McDannell is the latest addition to the Keene State Owls class of 2016. Bang it here.
Pennsbury 2011 Captain Dan Marr was officially added to the Penn State Roster. Congratulations Dan!
Pennsbury Senior Ryan McDonald to play midfield for the Widener Pride. Click here for the story
Ursinus College mens lacrosse is working to promote “We Are One 365″ – featuring Falcons Alum, Shawn Caven (’10), mugging for the camera.
Tune into “Lax High” every other Thursday for a Philadelphia based installment. Chris Goldberg joins Ty Xanders for some back-and-forth on Philly Lacrosse.
Quaker Lax Fest Recap with RyMac quotes
06-October at Radnor High School
The Quaker Lax Fest (<– click here for more info)
Pennsbury defenseman Lewis Sears commits to Division III Washington & Lee – but at what position … ? Check out PhillyLacrosse.com for the story.
ESPN has more here
Falcon “Bad Boy” Lewis Sears makes the Dirty 66
2011 Sweet (Golden) Teams
See the Bucks County Courier Times view of talent here. Congratulations to Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year – Drew Sweetland.
From Alex Frazier’s lacrosse notebook
Dan Marr’s impact on Pennsbury lacrosse in Phillyburbs
The Inquirer has this story about key players missing from the SJP game – Evan, Greg, Sean, and Zach (not RyMac, as it says in the story)
PhillyLacrosse.com –> Always the first word
Interviews with Coach Huber and GK Sweetland in the Courier Times
Local lacrosse correspondent Steve Sherman posted this on BucksLocal (Yardley News)
Even the Philadelphia paper has a story (finally!)
And LaxPower had some love for the Falcons as well.
A little recap on St Joes victory over LaSalle
Around the horn – playoff previews
Sweetland breaks it down
May 26 – DTW (3rd place game)
Always on the mark at PhillyLacrosse
Steve Sherman has this look at the game
May 24 – Conestoga Wagon
The initial word from PhillyLacrosse
Doesn’t take long for SuburbanOneSports to get the story out
The Courier Times has this, with pictures
The view from Berwyn
May 23 Meet Dan Marr
From the Suburban One Desk
An article from Suburban One
Brief video from the Tom Kelly folks ? in West Grove,
… and the view from mushroom-ville
Phillyburbs sez Bertha come around here, anytime
Some blah blah
From Karen Sangillo and the Courier Times
The SOL quick wrap
Readers Digest version at PhillyLacrosse.com
The local beat review of the game from the Courier Times
The SOL lacrosse wrap on Round 1
And Philly Lacrosse was first with the story, as usual
*NEW* And from Phillyburbs
Courier Times article
5/8 Holy Ghost Stories
Karen Sangillo’s recap
Apparently defense is all about ground balls, and shutting down the opponent’s top threat (0g, 0a), is secondary.
Full story (including video) from Steve Sherman HERE
Check out the video here
From Suburban One Sports
Lacrosse Notes from Suburban One Sports
Check out the news from Ursinus as freshman Shawn Caven (60% FO) prepares for the Centennial Conference Tournament
April 26 Avon Grove recap
The view from slower Chester County - click here
CHop CHop – Hopkins helps Pennsbury past CR South
CR North Game Summary – From PhillyBurbs.com
Did you hear the one about RyMac’s older brother? Click here for the story
April 15 Abington recap
Courier Times Article – “Doomed by Slow Start”
The view from Jenkintown – “By now, it’s pretty much expected that we win every game and we come out as hard as we can,” said [Ryan] Ambler, who scored more than 100 points last year. “Especially against Pennsbury, who has gotten better each year. It gives us a sense of urgency and fire to know that everyone wants to knock you off. And it’s even sweeter when you win.”
4/13 The Truman Show Yardley News coverage of the 4/13 Truman game
4/7 Neshaminy Re-cap. Click Here
3/30 The CB East coach had some nice things to say about our team. Click here
March 30, 2011
Bucks County Courier Times coverage of the CB East @ Pennsbury game
And from Phillylacrosse.com
Special Pricing on Shock Doctor Gel Max and Brain Pad LoPro mouthguards Click here
Looks like Philly lacrosse was on-site for the opening day of practice Click here
The updated Events Calendar contains relevant dates and times for important team events (yes, including games). Start planning your non-vacations now!
Way to go Josh Caven – Centenary College ’15 Click here
Article and photo (!) from the NXT tournament – 12-Feb Click here
The 2011 Falcons Super Cool Threads are here! Order here
LaxPower view of the Falcons’ spring schedule Click here
Get the most out of your shot – Wings Tip from Max Siebald Click here
Wing-tips can be a drag Click here
Swim Move – Lead with the butt end of your stick Click here for your video tip from the Wings
2011 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic Underclassmen Tournament – tryouts in June. Click here for more info
A bolt of lacrosse fame hits local Pennsbury supporter – congratulations TigerBlog! Click here for the story
Do you have the skills to play lacrosse in college? Great. Now how about the grades to get IN to college? Click Here for advice from the experts
Dateline: Gillette Stadium – What do you do after a big win in the NFL? Click Here for the story
The Master comments on the state of NCAA lacrosse Click Here for the story
4/7 Neshaminy Re-cap. strong
/a/pa href=”http://pennsburylacrosse.com/?page_id=845″ Click Here for advice from the experts
Summary details on Pennsbury’s blanking of Truman 17-0, as well as a similar Abington-CRN outcome. From div/p