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By Cheryl Allison/mainlinemedianews.com
After Ebola, the second-most mentioned – and frightening – word in newscasts in recent weeks has been the acronym ISIS. Audio of the talk is available here. Video will be available soon. More>
Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jack Soslow lined up for a kickoff late in Haverford School's win on Saturday afternoon. More>
Enjoy an evening of poetry presented by students of the Haverford School Poetry Club on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. at Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr. Admission is free; refreshments will be served.
Penn Charter freshman Brian Isztwan, who was a wild-card coaches pick into the event, parred the first hole of a playoff with The Haverford School's Otis Baker to capture the Bert Linton Inter-Ac League Tournament Oct. 22 at Philadelphia Cricket Club's Militia Hill course. More>
By Chris Carlson/syracuse.com
Reddish is a 6-foot-5 point guard with the potential to grow into an extremely-skilled small forward or swing player. More>
Haverford School (10-2) is No. 1 … More>
By Stan Hochman/Daily News Sports Columnist
Mike Murphy is an old-school coach with an old-school crew cut. Murphy coaches football at Haverford School, an old-school old school on a picture postcard campus, banners everywhere proclaiming its mission, "Preparing Boys for Life." More>
By Matt Breen/Philly.com
The referees huddled to discuss the call. They then huddled again. They talked to the Springside Chestnut Hill coach and huddled once more. The call stood. More>
The Delaware Sports Commission announced that the Haverford School of Haverford, Pa., and Lake Clifton High School of Baltimore, Md., are the final two teams rounding out the 16-team tournament taking place Dec. 27-29 at Cape Henlopen High School. More>
By Matt Smith/GameTimePA.com
The Haverford School coach Mike Murphy had a good feeling about his team coming out of summer camp. As he stated, it is one of the most talented groups he's had the pleasure of coaching since taking the job in 2005. More>