A 16-year-old football player from West Catholic Preparatory High School has died after officials say he collapsed during team activities in Chester County Tuesday afternoon.
In October 2019, a Delaware County teen lost her life to suicide. And, while her parents still search for answers, they share their story in the hope of preventing another loss.
Angel Otero gifted a PlayStation 5 to a neighbor who has been battling cancer and then managed to turn that act of kindness into gifts for more children in need.
SKYFOX flew overhead as the Moorestown High School girls field hockey team and parents joined in protest Friday afternoon.
The Collingswood community is grappling with the unexpected and devastating loss of football and basketball coach, Derrick Scott.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed an executive order Monday allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports defined as “medium risk” and “high risk."
Parents were disappointed to learn the decision to allow family at Pennsbury's only home football game had been reversed.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia says all 17 high schools can start playing sports and competing again.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday vetoed a bill that would give school districts the sole ability to make decisions on sports, including whether and how many spectators to allow.
Chester County Health Department officials report an outbreak of COVID-19 within a Downingtown-based high school cheerleading team attending a private camp through the school.
Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is relaxing restrictions on spectators at some fall sporting events, though attendance at high school football and volleyball games might still prove to be impossible because of statewide limits on mass gatherings.
Students athletes and parents at Archbishop Wood rallied Monday calling on the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to reverse course after canceling fall sports last week at all 17 high schools.
The Philadelphia Catholic League announced the decision to suspend fall sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
High school across Pennsylvania can hold their first fall sports practices Monday after the state's governing body for interscholastic sports decided Friday to move forward with the fall season.
Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday that the final determination on high school sports seasons will be made by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, and if districts opt not to have teams take the field the state will not overrule them.
The PIAA board plans to make a final decision on fall sports when it meets Friday.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on Thursday that the state is recommending school sports do not return until Jan. 1.
Norristown School District announced they have suspended fall sports to ensure the safety of students, while others are moving forward with sports.
The district is currently considering canceling the season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
High school football and other fall sports will start as scheduled, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association said Wednesday.