Hampton Times

Bensalem’s Leo Vincent looks to the future

By Mike GibsonFor the WireTo say Leo Vincent is soft-spoken might be an understatement, but his game is very loud on the basketball court.“He’s the type of kid who doesn’t say a lot, but he opens...

The voice of GW baseball

By Ed MorroneWire Sports EditorAt George Washington baseball games, odds are Scott Siley will be both seen and heard by the spectators in attendance, especially if one of his teammates reaching first base results in a...

Holy Ghost lacrosse is on the road to victory

By Mike GibsonFor the WireTailgating is a tradition usually associated with college football.Holy Ghost Prep, which is minus a football team, missed out on the fun until this season when its new head coach made it...

Opinion: Finding the good in times of tragedy

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorIt’s one of those moments you’ll never forget.September 11. The Newtown massacre. The Boston Marathon bombings. These events stay with us for an entire lifetime.When our country was rocked once again by violence...

Bensalem’s Eric Masington goes into the record books

By Mike GibsonFor the WireThe way track and field records go, the one Bensalem’s Eric Masington posted at the University of Connecticut recently could last 30 years or 30 days.He’s enjoying it while he can, though.Masington set the...

Timeless talent: Klebe inducted into Sports Hall of Fame

By Mike GibsonFor the WireIf the name Jack Klebe rings a bell to fans of two sports, it’s for good reason.Jack Klebe, the athlete, made his mark as a football player at Bensalem High School and North...

The ecologist: Local Eagle Scout helps Montco park

By John LoftusWire Staff WriterBecoming an Eagle Scout is no walk in the park.Well, not entirely.To receive Scouting’s highest honor, a scout has to show planning and organizational skills, smarts, teamwork, leadership, and, as John Newman found...

A touch of the future

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorFor the Velocci family, technology is a way of life.Karen and Peter have a son, Stefan, who was diagnosed with autism at a young age. Stefan, 16, has an expressive disorder, meaning that...

Bensalem’s Fluehr gets a taste of March Madness

By Mike GibsonFor the WireAt most colleges, the first signs of March Madness usually come in front of a TV set on a Sunday afternoon when the NCAA basketball tournament brackets are announced.TV cameras are there...

All in the family

By Mike GibsonFor the WireAndrew Amaro remembers being a little guy and watching his most famous uncle, Ruben Amaro Jr., play baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies.“I was real little, but I definitely remember him,” Andrew told...
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