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Joe Hand Boxing Gym offering classes for adults

Joe Hand Boxing Gym offering classes for adults

Family Service Golf Outing raises $60,000

The funds will support human and social service programs that assist more than 40,000 Bucks County children and families in need each year.

Annual Foot-Bowl raises funds for scholarships

Over $4,000 was collected to help local student athletes achieve their goals

Council Rock North nips Council Rock South

The final score was 21-20

Local tennis players participate in ‘Kids On Court’

Twenty-four athletes from the Bucks County Tennis Association were part of an on-court demonstration at Arthur Ashe Stadium

Golf outing proceeds benefit two charitable organizations

The Bucks County Heroes Scholarship Fund and Temple/St. Luke’s School of Medicine Scholarship Fund will split the $100,000 raised at Worth & Company’s annual event

Team Tennis Challenge gathers local players for friendly competition

Over 60 competitors were at Council Rock High School North

Philadelphia Hammerheads heading to California

The team is seeking donations by Nov. 17 to help defray the cost of travel

Central Bucks South defeats Neshaminy

One of Central Bucks’ touchdowns was made by Jack Carver

Barnett leads Neshaminy to football win

Neshaminy won 26-0 against visiting Abington

Billiards championship at James E. Kinney Senior Center

The Yankees beat the Pirates 2-1

Pennridge shuts out Bensalem

Both teams are 1-2
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