On Your Table: With the Eagles in NFC Title game, make sure you eat to win!

By Cathy Branciaroli, Food Correspondent, The Times New Mexico Beef Chili packs a wallop and warms eaters right down to their toes. Well the Eagles remain competitors for the Super Bowl, with one playoff game left — Sunday night’s NFC Title game against the Vikings — and we might watch the Bowl regardless of whether the Eagles are playing or not, just to watch the commercials.  No matter...

Unionville overcomes slow start, defeats Marple Newtown to advance to Section 1 finals

Unionville’s JT Hower leaps high to grab his second interception of the game against Marple Newtown. Jim Gill photo. By Al Tustin, Staff Writer, The Times EAST MARLBOROUGH – With a bit less than three minutes left in the first quarter, it looked like Unionville’s football team had run out of answers against Marple Newtown — and was about to get run out of the District One, 5A playoffs. Down...

Unionville overpowers Sun Valley, 42-17

With Ches Mont American title in pocket, Indians ready for Section One playoffs  Unionville’s offensive line had its best performance of the 2016 season — here Robby Maxwell (60), Nick Pileggi (79) Pablo Aviles-Bernal (58) go into action to open holes. Jim Gill photo. By Al Tustin, Staff Writer, The Times ASTON — Speaking to his team, post game, Friday, Unionville High School Head Football...

Second half dooms Unionville, 41-7

Neshaminy’s running game too much for Indians in playoffs Unionville’s Kevin Welch (12) and Mike Sarver (25) attempt to bring down Neshaminy’s D’Andre Pollard Friday, as the Indian fell in the opening round of the PIAA District One AAAA playoffs, 41-7. Jim Gill photo. By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times LANGHORNE — Maybe the hints were there. With Unionville and Neshaminy...

Coatesville overpowers Unionville, 38-21

Worley’s 228 yards too much for Indians in playoff battle By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times Coatesville’s Daquan Worley breaks away from Unionville defenders, Friday night. Worley’s 229 yards rushing led the Red Raiders to a PIAA District One playoff win over the Indians, 38-21. Jim Gill photo. EAST MARLBOROUGH — Talent tells. It shows up on the stat sheet and most importantly,...

Joy in Unionville, tears in Kennett

Indians hold off Blue Demons, 34-17 win league title, playoff berth By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times Unionville quarterback Tom Pancoast looks to evade Kennett’s Matt Petrick, during the Indians’ 34-17 win over the Blue Demons, Saturday. KENNETT SQUARE — Two sidelines, two stories: the pain of loss on one side, and the joy and celebration on the other. While Unionville was able to...

Indians clinch piece of league title

55-30 win over Octorara sets up crucial contest at Kennett, Saturday By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times Unionville’s Brad Pechin had a career night, rushing for 177 yards on just 12 carries to lead the Indians past Octorara, 55-30, and clinch at least a piece of the ChesMont American Division title. Jim Gill photo. EAST MARLBOROUGH — It’s on. Guided by an explosive offense, Unionville...

URA Girls: Breeding game winner gives title to Irish

By Daniel Block, Special to UnionvilleTimes.com EAST MARLBOROUGH — Cierra Breeding’s last minute shot proved to be enough to allow her Notre Dame Fighting Irish to hold off the Tennessee Vols, 30-27 to win the Unionville Recreation Association Girls’ Senior League Championship, Monday night. The championship game got underway at 6:30 PM and then the second referee entered the building....

URA Girls: Irish, Heels prevail; down to final four

By Daniel Block, Special to UnionvilleTimes.com POCOPSON — And then there were four. Just four teams remain as the Unionville Recreation Association Girls’ Senior league continued its single-elimination playoffs Tuesday night at Pocopson Elementary School, with Friday night semi-final and Monday night’s championship game on the near horizon, this season is coming to an exciting finish. ...

URA Girls: playoffs hit high gear

By Daniel Block, Special to UnionvilleTimes.com EAST MARLBOROUGH — The playoffs have arrived for the Unionville Recreation Association girls Senior (grades 6-9) basketball teams and that means just one thing now: win or go home.    Send article as PDF