Montgomery/Bucks | RESET YOUR REGION

Tom Quintois is savoring the warm, care-free days of July.On vacation with his family down in Hilton Head, South Carolina Thursday provided a round of golf and an afternoon by the pool.   Full Story
Steve Sherman
FEASTERVILLE — While Penn State freshman Joe Krol provided the pitching performance, two runs cut down at the plate by the defending league champion Bombers was the difference in Northampton's win over Newtown in the second round of the Lower Bucks American Legion League tournament July 12 at Kopper Kettle Field.   Full Story
It wasn't big or bold, but the sign that hung above the St. Basil Academy softball bench was the last thing players saw before they took the field.   Full Story
Boys' Volleyball
Mark C Psoras/The Reporter
All season long, Pennridge's boys volleyball team had the look of a team capable of putting together a run into June.   Full Story
Boys' Track and Field
2015 SPRING SPORTSALL-AREAFIRST TEAMJoe Adighibe, Perkiomen ValleySenior ... Sprints/Jumps ... Captured most gold medals at PAC-10 Championships with four total .   Full Story
Girls' Track and Field
FAIRVIEW VILLAGE -- As her final high school track and field season was winding down, Nicolette Serratore couldn't keep her mind off the one thing still missing from her resume.   Full Story
Boys' Lacrosse
The 2015 Main Line high school boys' lacrosse season featured several championship teams, particularly Haverford School and Radnor.   Full Story
Girls' Lacrosse
Gene Walsh
UPPER DUBLIN — Julie Cross' lacrosse career began with a figurative target plastered on her tiny, prepubescent body.   Full Story
Boys' Tennis
The 2015 Main Line high school boys' tennis season, as usual, featured a healthy number of individual aces, and many successful teams, particularly Haverford School and Lower Merion.   Full Story
Bonner-Prendergast claimed a pair of firsts at Sunday's City Championships on the Schuylkill River and had a group of four boats qualify for the Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) championships beginning Friday.   Full Story
Local Roundup
Conestoga, Radnor and Harriton, the top three seeds in the PIAA District One girls' lacrosse tournament, all advanced to the quarterfinals with wins in the second round of Districts Thursday.   Full Story
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