On what turned out to be a beautiful afternoon in Media, Pa., the Delaware County Community College Phantoms (2-9) dropped a hard-fought battle to the Salem Community College Mighty Oaks (12-14) in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon by a final score of 15-2.
Despite only four starts as quarterback for the Eagles, fans around the city of Philadelphia and the NFL are already writing off Jalen Hurts. To say that’s a bit unfair is an understatement.
It’s been over a year since the DCCC Phantoms baseball team stepped onto the field. March 9, 2020 marked their last regular season game before the shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Back in July of last year, Jordan Hall, the Flyers multi-media producer for NBC Sports Philadelphia, was trying to figure out how to cover playoff hockey from his home, while also keeping his readers engaged due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Take a moment and think if you were an athlete and could not play the sport you enjoy, and could not be around your teammates and coaches.
How would that make you feel?
Aparna Padsalgikar, a citizen of India and former badminton champion living in Chester County, recently shared her journey towards a career as a social worker in the United States, where she has been residing for the past nine years due to her husband, Ajay’s, occupation.
Mike Mayock’s return to the NFL has been unique to say the least. The former New York Giants safety left the game of football at the age of 25 due to a knee injury, and began a career in commercial real estate.
Feb. 26–Here’s a potential Final Four no one would have predicted: Dayton, Baylor, San Diego State and Gonzaga. What they have in common goes far beyond winning percentage.
It was a terrific end to the DCCC Phantoms men’s basketball sophomore night as the team pulled a 96-90 win against Delaware Technical Community College on Feb. 13 during a home game at Cheyney University.
The DCCC Phantoms women’s basketball team took a tough loss against the Northampton Spartans on Jan. 25 at Williamson College of the Trades. The final score was 64-57. Everyone on the team scored.