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Audio Archive of the 41st Annual Delco Hero Bowl

Audio Archive of the 41st Annual Delco Hero Bowl

Tigers Radio Network

The 41st Annual Delaware County Hero Bowl East Del-Val & Catholic Leagues vs. West Central League & Inter-AC All Stars. This all-senior all star bowl game is the last high school football game for these athletes that features 90 student athletes from 21 Delaware County schools. All proceeds benefit the Hero Scholarship Fund. For more information on the...

Marple Newtown Mourns the Loss of Former Student-Athlete John Gallagher

Marple Newtown Mourns the Loss of Former Student-Athlete John Gallagher

News

The Marple Newtown football famlily mourns the loss of former football student-athlete John Gallagher, who passed away on Sunday. Gallagher was a four-year member of the Tigers football team from 2004-2007.  “John Gallagher was an amazing running back, one of the fastest kids I have ever seen,” said Marple...

6 Tigers Selected for 41st Delco Hero Bowl

6 Tigers Selected for 41st Delco Hero Bowl

Varsity

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA – The Hero Bowl, the annual Delaware County High School All-Star Football Game, will be played on Thursday, June 1st, 2017 at Cardinal O’Hara High School in Springfield, PA. The game benefits the Hero Scholarship Fund of Delaware County to provide scholarships for children of police, firefighters and emergency personnel who...

Marple Newtown Football, Tigers Radio Network announces 2017 schedule

Marple Newtown Football, Tigers Radio Network announces 2017 schedule

Varsity

As snow currently lays atop the turf surface of Crozer Keystone Stadium, we are 196 days away from the Marple Newtown Tiger’s 90th football campaign. The 2017 edition of the Marple Newtown Tigers will be unleashed on Friday, August 26th during their season opener against Florida High School (Tallahassee,...

Mini-Maxwell Winner Cameron Mathes Beat Childhood Cancer

Mini-Maxwell Winner Cameron Mathes Beat Childhood Cancer

Varsity

By Joseph Santoliquito, CBS Philly PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Cameron Mathes looks back at the pictures, the ones of the chubby, bald baby sitting up, and can’t believe that it was once him. It is kind of hard to believe that it was once him, considering the Marple Newtown senior wide receiver is 6-foot-2, 180 pounds, is a three-sport star who is heading to...