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Ben Tilton has overcome more challenges and endured more pain than he has ever faced on a football field. Tilton, a Bishop Hendricken junior, was born with a rare vascular disease, which left him with a facial deformity. One side of his face appears swollen as if he has been hit in the face while...
The 5 '10, 185 pound Moses Brown junior has emerged this season as one of the top football players in the state and has been an instrumental part of Moses Brown’s unbeaten season.
Thrul wasn’t feeling 100 percent and struggled to get up a flight of stairs. She began to notice bruises on her body. “I finally went to the doctor and he did blood work,” she said. ““Obviously it came back very bad.”
Rodrigues, a first generation who came to America from Cape Verde when she was 10, had never played volleyball - or any other organized sport before.
“Dean is a super kid and a great talent,” said La Salle Coach Geoff Marcone. ”The relationship Dean has with his mom is a very special one."
You can hear the exhaustion in his voice when Rushaune Vilane describes his daily schedule. His alarm goes off at 5 a.m.- long before he’d like to get up. His sister won’t allow him to oversleep. If he’s still in bed after the alarm sounds, she calls his phone or turns the lights on in...
“I pride myself on being a team player, competing at the highest level and contributing to my team’s success.”
"We’re here to honor the military and the veterans. That’s what this is all about.”
Spectators can pack a picnic dinner, enjoy an assortment of food vendors, listen to the music and watch the sun set on Bristol harbor - for 14 straight nights.
When Brendan McCaffrey was born prematurely and in the intensive care unit for an extended stay while his lungs developed, he received a soft, handmade blanket to keep him warm and feeling secure. Now, the Bishop Hendricken 5”11, 170 senior left handed pitcher/outfielder is making homemade blankets for others in need. A high honors and straight...