Redeemer girls take home district title


A handful of other Royals qualified for states with first- and second-place finishes, and it all added up to a team championship for Holy Redeemer’s girls.

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SCRANTON ‘ Karissa Spade blew away the competition in the 100 and 200 finals, earning a pair of gold medals without any doubt.

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Spade looked like she was running for the first time all night as she flew down the final stretch of the 4×400 relay at the District 2 Class 2A track and field championships Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Her final leg was so fast, it helped the Royals shatter the event’s meet record.

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The relay of Abby Lapinski, Anna Capaci, Madison Dewees and Spade set a district record for Spade’s third title and Capaci’s second gold of the night. A handful of other Royals qualified for states with first- and second-place finishes, and it all added up to a team championship for Holy Redeemer’s girls.

Date: 2019-05-16T04:00:00Z
Author: By Eric Shultz Staff Writer
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BEA Girl’s Volleyball set for state championship against Holy Redeemer on Saturday | News, Sports, Jobs

The Bald Eagle Area High School Girl’s Volleyball team celebrates after scoring during a high school girl’s volleyball game. The Lady Bald Eagles face off against Holy Redeemer in the PIAA 2A State Championship on Saturday. (The Express/Tim Weight)

WINGATE ‘ Bald Eagle Area coach Larry Campbell instilled a winning formula for the volleyball program. Instead of centering expectations on wins-and-losses or performing at a high level, Campbell reinforced to the girls the importance having fun, and the laid-back demeanor resulted in a 22-0 record and a berth in the PIAA State Championship Game.

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Central Montgomery County community calendar: Week of May 5

Montgomery County Police Officers Memorial Fund Service: The Montgomery County Police Officers Memorial Fund will conduct its annual service in remembrance of those officers who have given their lives in the course of their duties throughout the history of Montgomery County May 3 from noon to approximately 12:45 p.m. at the monument on the southwest corner of the Montgomery County Courthouse plaza, Airy and Swede streets, Norristown.

Forget Me Knot 5K Run/Walk: Foulkeways at Gwynedd will hold its Forget Me Knot 5K Run/Walk or 1-Mile Walk May 4 from 9 to 10:15 a.m. at the Foulkeways campus, 1120 Meetinghouse Road, Gwynedd. Proceeds will sport Foulkeways’ Music and Memory outreach and Opening Minds Through Art and SAIDO Learning programs.

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