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Past articles by Joseph:

Kali Reis, next star of HBO's 'True Detective,' talks about about trauma, boxing success and her new passion for acting

Kali Reis, a world champion boxer who lives and trains in Philadelphia, will star in Season 4 of the HBO series 'True Detective' with Jody Foster. She is relatively new to acting but has earned acclaim, particularly for starring in the independent film 'Catch the Fair One,' for which she was nominated for a 2022 Independent Spirit Award. → Read More

Pennsylvania high school athletes may soon be allowed to explore NILs

The NIL trend looks like it may extend to Pennsylvania high school sports and the PIAA. → Read More

Marvin Harrison Jr. embraces greatness at Ohio State

Marvin Harrison Jr. looks to build off incredible Rose Bowl performance on track to stardom. → Read More

The International Boxing Hall of Fame welcomes two of Philly’s finest Bernards

Bernard Hopkins stood perched up on the corner ropes playing maestro to the electricity in the air that historic night in Madison Square Garden. On September 29, 2001, the all-time middleweight great from Philadelphia made everyone forget for a few minutes the tragedy that had befallen the nation two weeks prior when two commercial airliners rammed into the Twin Towers. → Read More

Former Prep coach Gabe Infante gives Penn State staff a Philly boost

Gabe Infante’s face is certainly recognizable in the Philadelphia area for high school football. The former St. Joseph’s Prep head coach took the Hawks to national prominence in his nine years there, winning four PIAA state championships, going 91-23 overall and was 40-1 in his last three years and winning the 2018 national Don Shula High School Coach of the Year award. → Read More

Delaware coach Martin Ingelsby is ready for the blood feud against Villanova on Friday

On Friday for 40 minutes starting at 2:45 p.m. at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Villanova, the basketball team Martin Ingelsby revered, will be the enemy. That’s the way Martin, in his sixth season as Delaware’s head coach, will see it when the No. 15-seed Blue Hens (22-12) face No. 2-seed Villanova (26-7) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. → Read More

Ex-Eagle Jon Dorenbos recounts saving the life of restaurant owner who caught on fire

Jon and Annalise Dorenbos thought they were getting a break Wednesday afternoon, January 19. They got a babysitter, a brief respite from their two-and-a-half-year-old toddler. Annalise's back ached, and Jon wasn’t particularly feeling in an errand-running mode, either. The babysitter gave them a chance to do their grocery shopping. → Read More

Imhotep Charter’s Enai White, the nation’s No. 1 edge rusher recruit, chooses Texas A&M

In the end, the final decision came down to family. What school had what Enai White thought was most like the family atmosphere he was about to leave at Imhotep Charter? → Read More

PhillyVoice High School Football Top 10: Quakertown stands on the brink of history

As far as anyone knows, and what Quakertown coach George Banas was recently told, it’s been since 1956 that Quakertown has gone 10-0 in football. → Read More

Is Imhotep's Enai White the nation's top pass rusher? Top colleges are believing the hype

A long, lean arm rose from the vocal clatter in the end zone on a sweaty, early-September Saturday afternoon. The extended index finger at the end bent in an unusual direction—back at the owner, Enai White. → Read More

PhillyVoice High School Football Top 10: Here comes Chester

There are some schools earmarked as “football schools,” like St. Joe’s Prep, and some labeled “basketball schools,” like traditional Southeastern Pennsylvania perennial state contender Chester. → Read More

PhillyVoice high school football Top 10: La Salle replaces St. Joe’s Prep as area’s new No. 1

It’s been a while. About four years. For the first time since 2017, the area has a new No. 1 team and it’s La Salle. → Read More

Former Northeast star Deion Barnes begins a new path in coaching at Penn State

A few years ago, Phil Gormley received a call from Penn State coach James Franklin. Gormley, then Northeast High’s head coach now the athletic director at the school, had the impression Franklin was making the trek down I-76 to talk about some of his star players. → Read More

From the archives: Bernard Hopkins recounts his escape from New York City on 9/11

This story was originally published on September 9, 2016. → Read More

PhillyVoice high school football Top 10: Imhotep Charter is quiet force with huge test Saturday vs. La Salle

Those that follow area high school football are well aware of Imhotep Charter. Regrettably, not many others are besides that ardent, small group. → Read More

PhillyVoice high school football Top 10: St. Joe’s Prep is the area’s No. 1 team

The gap is still there. It’s just not Grand Canyon-wide as it has been the last four years. As high school football begins in the area these last few weeks, the standard remains the same. St. Joseph’s Prep, nationally ranked again and the defending three-time PIAA 6A state champions, are the standard once more in the Delaware Valley area. → Read More

Pair of Philly-area natives looking to help lead U.S. rugby team to Olympic gold in Tokyo

Kristen Thomas was introduced to rugby sevens in a rather rude way: She was knocked on her tail at the University of South Florida. Ariana Ramsey began playing when she was at Upper Merion High School and would curl up into a human speed bump each time someone imposing ran at her with the ball. → Read More

Malvern Prep’s Lonnie White Jr. will sign with the Pittsburgh Pirates, bypassing Penn State football

Lonnie White Jr. had the impression the stress would go away once he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates on June 12 in the bonus round portion of the second round, going 64th overall in the 2021 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. → Read More

Philly area will be well represented at 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Over the next three weeks, Philadelphia will have a voice on the world stage at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. → Read More

Philly native — and NFL Coach of the Year — Kevin Stefanski has a tough act to follow in Year 2

He made Will and Gabe converts. If Kevin Stefanski deserved an award for anything in the 2020 COVID-19 challenged NFL season, it may have been for that alone: Turning his 11- and 9-year-old sons into avid Cleveland Browns’ fans. → Read More