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    College basketball: Lincoln holds off Cheyney

    THORNBURY >> There’s never a dull moment when the nations two oldest Historically Black Colleges and Universities get together on the basketball court. There’s always a packed, rowdy crowd and the play on the court tends to live up to the hype.

    By Bill Rudick sports@dailylocal.com |

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    Wrestling: Rustin has three wrestlers go undefeated at Avon Grove

    WEST GROVE >> With a lot of familiar faces on West Chester Rustin, outsiders are expecting a successful season from the Golden Knights.

    By Nate Heckenberger natehckenberger@gmail.com @nheckenberger on Twitter |

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    College Basketball: Lincoln dumps Cheyney to remain hot

    THORNBURY >> Coming into the annual “Battle of the Firsts,” the Lincoln University women’s basketball team was off to its hottest start since joining Division II, reeling off four easy wins without a defeat as it entered the Wolves Den against Cheyney.

    By Bill Rudick brudick55@gmail.com |

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    Led by newcomer Murphy, Lions win league opener

    LOWER OXFORD >> Starting a freshman, a transfer and five other big-time first-year contributors, the new-look Lincoln men’s basketball team has morphed away from its perimeter-oriented recent past. But head coach John Hill and the Lions are already making it work.

    By Neil Geoghegan ngeoghegan@dailylocal.com @DLNSports on Twitter |

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    That’s the spirit: Special events of remembrance, charity

    WEST GOSHEN >> Nothing can bridge the gap between opponents in sports like a sense of community and charity, and that’s exactly what happened Wednesday night in the midst of regular season games in the EPIHA Ches-Mont conference in boys high school ice hockey.

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    Ice Hockey: Unionville ties W.C. Rustin, ends pointless slump

    WEST GOSHEN >> One team was trying to change its fortunes while the other was trying to stay on the right path.

    Candice Monhollan
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    Ice Hockey: Snowden, Oxford knock off Appoquinimink

    NEWARK, Del. >> After coming off a tough opponent in DMA two nights before, Oxford faced Appoquinimink Sunday night and came out with a 3-1 win in a varsity game at the Pond.

    By Andre Radu sports.kennettpaper@ gmail.com |

  • Sports

    College Basketball: Lincoln men fall at home in opener

    LOWER OXFORD >> Lincoln men’s basketball coach John Hill knew well ahead of time their home opener was going to be a tough one. The Lions, with a much different cast than a year ago, would have to start finding their own identity in a hurry, as coming right out of the gate, they’d be squaring off against one of the very best teams in Division II in East Stroudsburg.

    By Bill Rudick brudick55@gmail.com |

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    Basketball: Lincoln looks to continue progress

    LOWER OXFORD >> To get an idea just how much progress the Lincoln men’s basketball program has made under John Hill, consider this: the 2014-15 squad must replace its top three scorers and yet the Lions were picked to finish second in the CIAA Northern Division in the preseason coach’s poll.

    By Neil Geoghegan ngeoghegan@dailylocal.com @DLNSports on Twitter |

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    Ice Hockey: Little luck, lot of work gives Downingtown East first win

    WEST GOSHEN >> Highly ranked Downingtown East took the ice on Friday in search of its first win while Unionville, on the other hand, was trying to prevent a losing skid for the first time this season.

    By Andrei Radu sports.kennettpaper@ gmail.com |

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