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Neumann in state quarters for first time since 2000

March 12, 2014

HARRISBURG — Blooded seeped through the large band-aid that covered his right eye and part of his nose. St. John Neumann center Alize Johnson needed stitches soon, too. But the pain hurt so good....

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FortySixand2

Mar-12-14 2:35 PM

As an example....your average Diocese geographically may cover the entire area of a dozen or more public school districts. So if they want to, they can recruit as many good players as they can from an area covering numerous public school districts. It happens no matter what part of the state. Just look at the various catholic schools throughout the state who dominate our high school sports. It is a tilted playing field that needs to be addressed by the PIAA. I don't have a dog in the hunt, just a fan of scholastic sports.

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FortySixand2

Mar-12-14 2:26 PM

Just wondering if these player's parents actually paid for their tuition vs some boosters anteing up for them? Catholic and charters need booted out of the PIAA. Too much recruitment and "scholarships" handed out to gifted athletes.

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TheMoe

Mar-12-14 10:38 AM

With just 4.4 seconds left, Neuman almost lost this game on a bad pass, they stole it back to save the win. Lucky this night. Phil-Mont maybe the toughest they will see for awhile. Church Camp should have lost the 2nd game to Mahanoy. They absolutely have NO bench.

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