You can’t teach experience. Fortunately for Newark volleyball coach Theresa Young, five of her six starters earned varsity letters last year, and four of them are seniors.
Fresh off its own homecoming victory, Newark traveled to St. Mark’s on Friday night hoping to stretch its homecoming game winning streak to two. But the Spartans had other plans, as they celebrated their own homecoming with a 27-14 victory.
When Allie LaPorte trains for cross-country running, she sometimes does so to the beat of rock music from the 1980s and 90s. It helps pass the time during what can be very long and lonely treks on trails across fields and through forests.
Newark High picked up its first victory on the field – the one other win is due to a forfeit by Glasgow High School – with a dominating 41-6 win over Dickinson High. Newark thrilled the homecoming crowd with 20 first-quarter points and it would prove to be all the Yellowjackets needed to sen…
In a sport where the mental part of the “game” is sometimes more important than the physical requirements, Zeke Dawkins knows what it takes to win.
Less than an hour before Pittsburgh kicked off against Delaware at Heinz Field on Saturday, coach Pat Narduzzi still wasn't sure who his starting quarterback would be.
Newark players woke up Saturday eager to take part in a morning home game for the first time in their careers, realizing that this would become the norm rather than the exception on Butch Simpson Field at Bob Hoffman Memorial Stadium.
The last time the Glasgow High boys soccer team started a season with three straight wins, the majority of the players on this year’s team weren’t even born.
There’s only one worst-case scenario that can happen to the team kicking off to start a football game. Unfortunately, it happened to Newark on Saturday morning.
After a long preseason that included two full weeks of two-a-day practices followed by a week of afternoon single sessions, the Yellowjackets are looking forward to their first official game week of preparation before Friday’s opener against Glasgow High School.
Last season, in her first year as the head coach of the Glasgow High volleyball team, Stacey Anderson did something no volleyball coach had done in more than a decade at the school – led the team to a winning record. In fact, the Dragons did one better than that, finishing at 7-6.
Double-session practices have ended at Newark High as teachers return all across the Christina School District this week in anticipation of welcoming students back the day after Labor Day.