Friday, March 1, 2013
Both the Varsity and JV squads swept their respective divisions.
The William Tennent High School Varsity Cheerleaders ended their season by taking first place in the District 1 Cheerleading Competition. The Competition was held at William Tennent High School Sunday. The team beat out 19 other squads to earn the title of Grand Champions with a leading score of 162.5, which was 14 points above the next highest score. Watch: the WTHS Varsity Cheerleading squad perform at the District 1 Cheer Competition. “All of the student athletes that competed displayed great attitudes, sportsmanship and talent,” said WTHS Varsity Cheerleading Coach Teneisha Reach The WTHS JV squad also earned first place in their division. And in their first time competing, the WTHS Freshman Cheerleaders earned second place at the …
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Bob Rosenberger, an alumnus of William Tennent High School and a member of the WTHS Athletic Hall of Fame, starred as quarterback and defensive back for WTHS from 1988-91.
The Centennial School Board of Directors approved Bob Rosenberger as the new Head Football Coach at William Tennent High School Tuesday evening. Rosenberger returns to his alma mater after spending the last eight years as the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at Pennridge High School. Upon accepting the position at Tuesday night's school board meeting, Rosenberger said this is the job he has been working toward his whole career. "I cannot put into words how excited I am to finally be home," he said. Rosenberger has 11 years of experience as an Assistant Head Coach and 17 years coaching football in different positions. Prior to his tenure at Pennridge High School, Rosenberger was the offensive line coach for WTHS in 1996 and …
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Interviews for the position will be conducted early next week.
Centennial School District is actively searching for a new head football coach for the William Tennent Panthers. The district will be conducting interviews for the position early next week. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Cressman said the district has received a number of applicants and has begun to review resumes and credentials of the candidates. She said a committee of administrators, staff members, parents, and students has been assembled to conduct the interview process. "As a school district, we are aware of the enthusiasm and excitement that surrounds this position," Cressman said in a statement to the press. "We take this search for the new leader of the Panthers seriously and will be conducting a thorough interview and…
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The last day to register to play is Feb. 24.
Ready to join the league this season? Sign up for the Summer 2013 season now, as the registration deadline is fast approaching. Registration can be completed online at the Southampton Girls Club website.
Monday, February 18, 2013
It's not too late to register for the upcoming season.
Monday, February 18
Southampton Baseball is still accepting late registrations for all divisions. Registration can be done by mail, or in-person at the evaluations this Saturday, Feb. 23rd at the Youth Center. Forms and mailing information can be found at www.southamptonbaseball.com If signing up in person please arrive at the following times. (Make sure to check the age chart on the website to determine your child's baseball age.) Late Registration and Evaluation Times are as follows: Southampton Baseball is run by volunteers. Interested in managing or coaching a team? Fill out the information on the registration form or speak with a representatives at the evaluations.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Ian Forlini captured his third consecutive Suburban One League National Conference boys diving title on Wednesday.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Here's some facts about Sunday's big game we bet you didn't know, and some more useful information including kickoff time and where to watch the game in Bucks and Montgomery.
Watching the Super Bowl with friends can leave a lot of us feeling like information haves and have-nots. Those of us who have been following the teams, their players and statistics since the day we were born, spend a lot of time shushing the others who keep asking questions during the game such as if there's more guacamole dip in the refrigerator (see Fun Fact #2). Whether you're looking to impress the sports nerds in the room with a few of your own facts, or you're simply a true connoisseur of arguably useless knowledge, here's some fun trivia for you about Super Bowl 2013. Five Fun Facts About the Super Bowl So who will come out with the title? Finally, here's some actual useful knowledge to have heading into Sunday. Who: The Ravens …
Saturday, February 2, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers are Super Bowl-bound, who do you want to win Sunday?
If you're a Eagles fan, well, you may still be hiding your shame. If you're a Giants fan – last year's Super Bowl winners – you're probably still shaking your head in disappointment. Either way, the Baltimore Ravens, the American Football Conference champs, will meet the San Francisco 49ers, the National Football Conference champs, in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3. And that presents a dilemma when you are in mourning over your own team's defeat. Who to root for? Which team will you cheer for in the Super Bowl, and why? Tell us in the comments. If you want a little more info before you decide, player information for both teams are attached to this post.
The Archbishop Wood Cheerleading team is riding high on its way to compete in the PIAA's first state championship competition for the sport.
After years of watching from the sidelines as the football team plowed its way through the competition for championship glory, the Archbishop Wood cheerleading team will finally have chance to add a state trophy to the high school's shelves. The Vikings' cheer squad will compete with more than 90 other teams, including Philadelphia Caholic League rivals Lansdale Catholic and Archbishop Ryan, in the inaugural PIAA Competitive Spirit Championship at Hershey Park Stadium on Saturday. "We're so glad that the league has finally recognized cheerleading as a sport," said Jackie Britton, head coach of the team. Britton has spent the past couple years building up the team from just a sideline show to a regular finalist in national competitions. …
Friday, February 1, 2013
The big game is just days away. Are you ready for some football? You still have time to reserve a seat at one of these parties.
That time of year has come again, and even though one team that is not the Eagles (the San Francisco 49ers) is playing another team that is not the Eagles (the Baltimore Ravens), the Super Bowl still manages to bring out the excitement in both sport and non-sports fans. Between the opening performances, halftime show and the eagerly awaited commercials, the actual game is almost incidental. Of course, no Super Bowl is complete without enjoying the game surrounded by friends, fried foods and free-flowing beer. If you are not interested in handling the organization, preparation and clean-up involved with hosting your own party, there are plenty of options from local restaurants and bars. Just remember to drink responsibly and get home safely…