Gold Medal finish for 14 UHS crew athletes

Novice Boys and Novice Girls both brought home Gold medals from the Cooper Cup Regatta held in New Jersey this Sunday, April 29. Novice Girls rowed a 4-person boat and finished first ahead of 16 boats with a time of 6.23 for the 1,500 meter race. Novice Boys rowed an 8-man boat and finished first with a time of 4.00:60, a slim 2 seconds ahead of 2nd place. JV Boys came in 3rd in their flight, 7th...

Moonlight Madness 3-on-3 winners announced

EAST MARLBOROUGH – The Unionville Recreation Association’s annual Moonlight Madness 3-on-3 offered it’s usual combination of thrills and chills for local basketball fans, with class winners announced in all age brackets.    Send article as PDF   

KMC gymnasts fare well at Sweetheart International

The KMC Gymnastic Team Over 330 USAIGC gymnasts representing 13 teams from across the region participated in the 5th Annual KMC Sweetheart Invitational over the weekend of Feb 17-18 hosted by KMC Gymnastics in Kennett Square.  This two-day event included athletes who competed at Copper 1, Copper 2, Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels on four events: balance beam, floor, uneven bars, and vault.  Team,...

Center City Clam brings out the best in Unionville crew

Members of the Unionville High School Crew team complete in the Center city Slam this past weekend. With 19 personal records, 13 other athletes hitting their goals, and 10 finishing in the top 20, it was a good Saturday for Unionville High School Crew at the Center City Slam. Athlete camaraderie was at an all time high as they coached each other for that little extra push at this annual rowing...

Unionville Rugby sign ups to close, Jan. 31

Signups for the Spring 2018 Rugby season are now down to their final days — with high school age teams for both boys and girls fielded for a season that begins in March. While the boys team — which has won a State Championship in recent years and reached the State Playoffs in 2017 — is always looking for new players, the girls’ team is especially seeking to fill out the roster. For Unionville...

Upland wins 44th Invitational ice hockey tournament

The Upland ice hockey team celebrates its championship. EAST MARLBOROUGH — Led by legendary Upland coach, Court Dunn, the boys’ varsity brought home the Finnish Cup of Friendship this weekend at the 44th Annual Invitational Boys’ Hockey Tournament at the John M. Cleveland Ice Rink. The home team competed against three New England junior prep schools including New Canaan Country School, Rectory...

Unionville Rugby signups now underway

Become part of one of America’s fastest growing sports: rugby! Signups for the Spring 2018 season are now underway — with high school age teams for both boys and girls fielded for a season that begins in March. While the boys team — which has won a State Championship in recent years and reached the State Playoffs in 2017 — is always looking for new players, the girls’ team is...

Dinniman, Tomlinson congratulate WCU baseball champs

From left, West Chester University President Chris Fiorentino, state Sen. Andy Dinniman, Head Coach Jad Prachniak and state Sen. Robert Tomlinson. State Senators Andy Dinniman and Robert “Tommy” Tomlinson this week recognized the West Chester University Golden Rams baseball team winning the 2017 NCAA Division II National Championship –its second national championship in six years. “You...

Unionville Rugby signups now underway

Become part of one of America’s fastest growing sports: rugby! Signups for the Spring 2018 season are now underway — with high school age teams for both boys and girls fielded for a season that begins in March. While the boys team — which has won a State Championship in recent years and reached the State Playoffs in 2017 — is always looking for new players, the girls’ team is...

Unionville overwhelmed by Wood, 49-28 in state semifinal

Archbishop Wood running back Nasir Peoples races to the endzone for a score against Unionville. The Indians struggled to contain the star running back. Jim Gill photo. By Al Tustin, Staff Writer, The Times PHILADELPHIA — The dream came to an end, a bit like losing those last precious moments of sleep, with a jarring realization that its all slipping away and can’t be recovered. Unionville’s...