Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Bensalem had a big fourth quarter.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The Bensalem High School basketball team defeated Harry S. Truman 71-50 Tuesday night. According to PhillyBurbs, the Owls had a fourth quarter surge at home that turned the close game into a blow out of the Tigers. It was tied going into the final quarter when Bensalem scored 27 points to Truman’s 6. Click here for the full story courtesy of PhillyBurbs.
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Hundreds in the community were on hand to check out Pennsbury's "Bucket List" prom decorations.
Photo Gallery of Pennsbury High Schools Prom's public walk through on Saturday, May 14 before the prom itself.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
The baseball team hosted Holy Ghost and the Softball team played William Tennent and the Boy's Lax team also played in a Sports Block Party on Friday.
Photo Gallery of Neshaminy's baseball game against Holy Ghost and the Softball game against William Tennent as part of a Sports Block Party on Friday at Middletown Community Park. Later in the day live music was played and games were available for children. Money was raised for the Veterans Memorial Park.
Saturday, March 19, 2011
Pennsbury HS, divided in two teams: Orange and Black, competed in HS Sports Night at Charles Boehm Middle School on Friday.
Photos of Pennsbury's HS Sports Night on Friday at Charles Boehm Middle School.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Basketball: RUN SMA
With 1:37 to go in the game, Molly Phillips and Stephanie Gray checked out for the final time as Falcons. Phillips and Gray talked about their experiences with the orange and black. "Beating Neshaminy was definitely a highlight of the season. They have a bright future. I'm excited for them," Gray said. "I saw Stephanie crying and I started crying," Phillips said. "I already did this once with soccer. We were all really close, it was fun." Senior Ally Schafer played the final 1:09 to close out her playing career. Schafer talked about getting the start. "It meant a lot," Schafer said. "It was really special. This was my first year ever playing basketball. I made a lot of good friends and I won't regret doing this. It was really great." "Ally…
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
The Falcons Lose To Indians
The Falcons lose to the Indians 56-37 Tuesday night in Newtown.
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Senior Sean Edmondson Breaks School Record
The Truman fan base came to the Tiger's den not just hoping to see their Tiger's beat Tennent in a Suburban 1 match, but to also see senior Sean Edmondson break the school record for most wins in school history. That school record stood at 123 and was held by former stand out Chad Bailey. Fans were not disappointed on both counts during the matchup Wedesday night. Edmondson, wrestling in the 135-pound weight class only needed 27 seconds to pin his opponent from Tennent. As soon as the referee gave the pinned sign, the den erupted louder than a waking bear at the end of his hibernation period. Everyone, including his opponents and their fans, were on their feet cheering. Sean immediately ran to his coaches, which includes his father and …
Monday, January 17, 2011
PHS choral group extends a special invitation to the Pennsbury community.
The Pennsbury High School choral group extends a special invitation to the Pennsbury community. James Moyer, the coordinator of choral music for Pennsbury kindergarten through 12 grades, said the PHS Concert Choir and Women's Ensemble will perform a free concert. The performance will take place in Keller Hall at PHS West at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The program is set to include excerpts from Requiem K. 626 by W. A. Mozart, Decision by Debra Scroggins, Travelling Song by Mikhail Glinka, Be Still by Meuryn Hughes, Tafellied op. 93b by Johannes Brahms, Walk Him Up the Stairs (from the Broadway show Purlie), Magnificat (excerpts) by Nicolai Porpora and more.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Despite having a lead in the second half, The Lady Falcons fell to the Lady Golden Hawks 42-40 on Friday night.
Pennsbury loses to Council Rock South in Fairless Hills on Friday night. Despite having a lead in the second half, The Lady Falcons fell to the Lady Golden Hawks 42-40.
Students Model Elegant Dresses
Vendors spoke about what services they offer just before a prom fashion show kicked off at Pennsbury High School East campus on Thursday evening.