W. Chester ATA to hold Phila. regional taekwondo tournament

Get ready for a board-smashing, high-kicking, medal-winning event! At Neumann University (1 Neumann Drive Aston, PA) on July 29, 2017, the West Chester, PA American Taekwondo Association (ATA) will be hosting the Philadelphia Regional Tournament. Award winning animator (Disney, Nickelodeon & Cartoon Network) and co-creator of the ATA Tiger program, Jeffrey Nodelman, will be in attendance as a special...

ATA West Chester’s Jouan earns title Master

Master Maria Jouan of ATA West Chester. WEST CHESTER — While literature is full of cautions about serving two masters, a local taekwondo dojo is now actually able to boast about being one of the few in the region with two teaching Masters in house. On Wednesday, June 21, Maria Jouan achieved a goal she had been working towards for her entire martial arts career at the American Taekwondo Association...

Brandywine Valley MSBL opens 2017 baseball season

The Blarney Stone takes on Karen’s K9 Care Athletics in the opening game of the Brandywine Valley MSBL 2017 season, Saturday. EAST GOSHEN – The Brandywine Valley MSBL kicked off its inaugural season with a doubleheader that featured Karen’s K9 Care Athletics versus The Blarney Stone on Saturday.

Brandywine Valley Sr. Baseball opens season June 17

EAST GOSHEN — The season kicks off Saturday, June 17th as the Karen’s K9 Care Athletics take on The Blarney Stone Irish Pub in a morning double header starting at 8:00 AM at East Goshen Park. The afternoon double header slate features Rothman Institute versus Citadel Federal Credit Union-West Chester at 2:00 PM.

WCU wins Div. II College World Series

West Chester University’s baseball team celebrates winning the 2017 Division II College World Series, Sunday, in Texas. Image courtesy: West Chester University Athletics. GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas – Unionville’s Nick Ward clubbed a third-inning homer, combined with a first inning shot by Robert Knox and Josh McClain’s clutch four innings of relief (en route to earning Most Outstanding...

Brandywine Valley Baseball League to hold open practice, May 26

Brandywine Valley MSBL was established in 2017 to provide a weekend only league that is geared towards players who are 28 years of age and older. BVMSBL will feature four (4) teams playing a 12 game regular season (6 Double Headers) starting on Saturday, June 17th and a single day playoffs for the inaugural Bailey & Ehrenberg PLLC Championship Trophy at Frawley Stadium the home of the Wilmington...

Wilks, Tomasetti to win inaugural Yoder scholar-athlete award

Sophie Wilks (tennis, Unionville High School) and Kerry Tomasetti (football and basketball, Kennett High School) are the inaugural recipients of the Richard B. Yoder High School Scholar-Athlete Award. Each will receive a $1000.00 scholarship for post-secondary education, each will be listed on the Chester County Sports Hall of Fame (CCSHOF) website, and each will receive honorary CCSHOF membership. The...

Ebanour heads Pennsylvania Hunt Cup field

EAST MARLBOROUGH — Champion owner Irv Naylor’s Ebanour has been supplemented to the $35,000 Pennsylvania Hunt Cup, and the Virginia Gold Cup winner will be the horse to beat in the four-mile journey over timber fences at Unionville on Sunday. The 82nd annual Pennsylvania Hunt Cup kicks off with a 1:30 p.m. post time for the first of its five races, four over timber and one on the flat. Ebanour...

Coatesville’s Hudson named ODAC Player of the Week

Coatesville Area Hgh School graduate Jalen Hudson in action for Shenandoah University. FOREST, Va. – Sophomore Jalen Hudson has been named the ODAC Player of the Week for offense in selections announced Sunday afternoon by the league office. Hudson helped Shenandoah to a 36-33 ODAC victory over Emory and Henry Saturday afternoon with a pair of long touchdowns to start the second half that completely...

Honorees named for CAHS Sports Hall of Fame

The 1975 Coatesville Area High School softball team is among the honorees in this year’s class of the Coatesville Area High School Sports Hall of Fame. The Coatesville Hall of Fame will induct nine new members during its annual dinner on Saturday, October 15, at the Coatesville Country Club. Beside the individual inductees, members of the 1975 girls softball team, state runner-up, will be acknowledged...