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Terry Toohey


Pennsylvania, United States

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Past articles by Terry:

Villanova women get to play at home in NCAA Tournament

RADNOR — Maddy Siegrist admitted to being a little nervous Sunday, even though she knew Villanova was a stone-cold lock to be one of the 68 teams in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. Her hope… → Read More

PIAA Class 6A Boys Basketball: Jake Sniras’ last-second rim shot scores winning tune for Garnet Valley

Jaguars escape Cumberland Valley opener in state tourney → Read More

Wrestling: Friends Farabaugh and Milligan look to go out on top together

Sam Milligan, a 189-pounder, and heavyweight Ben Farabaugh will represent Strath Haven at the PIAA Class 3A Wrestling Championships this weekend in Hershey. → Read More

Villanova locked in on Georgetown, not bigger Big East picture

Wildcats hope late-season success pays off in upcoming conference tournament → Read More

PIAA Southeast Regional Wrestling: Chi’s Bryant a happy qualifier for states

Chi wrestler one of eight Delco wrestlers to make the state tourney → Read More

Men’s Basketball: Vinny DeAngelo keeping culture, success alive for Swarthmore

Swarthmore (24-3) is back in the Division III tournament for the sixth straight season and is hosting a first-round pod this weekend, led by Centennial Conference Player of the Year Vinny DeAngelo,… → Read More

Joanie Quinn, Molly Rullo combine for 36 points to lead Lions

Joanie Quinn, Molly Rullo combine for 36 points to lead Lions → Read More

Resilient Widener set for Tufts test in NCAA tourney opener

Pride take on Tufts University in NCAA Division III game Friday → Read More

Competitive wrestler Brandon Carr feels right at home at Sun Valley

Transfer from Archmere wants to make noise in postseason tournaments → Read More

In the Community: Marsha Florio, Dave Tarr, Larry Simmons join Penncrest’s Ring of Honor

Marsha Florio picked up quite a few honors during her storied athletic career, first at Penncrest and then at Penn State. She added another to that list on Feb. 3 when she was inducted into the Penncrest Ring of Honor along with Dave Tarr and the late Larry Simmons. It was the first time in three years that the Rose Tree Media School District held the ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.… → Read More

Maddy Siegrist, Villanova can’t avoid mistakes in loss to UConn

No. 6 Huskies overcome absences, Wildcats at packed Pavilion → Read More

Nasir Washington finds his feet, carries Penn Wood past Norristown

Hard-working senior scores 37 in Patriots first-round district win → Read More

George Visconti comes up big in Vinny DeAngelo’s absence as Swarthmore beats Haverford

HAVERFORD — Swarthmore couldn’t wait to get on the court at Goodman Arena Wednesday night. The Garnet came out of the locker room with several minutes to go in the women’s game and sprinted onto the floor while the women’s teams were still in the post-game handshake line. Haverford was hyped, too. The Fords ran onto the court seconds after the Garnet with a look of determination on their… → Read More

Defense does the job as Villanova gets better of Butler

When Villanova hold its opponent under 70 points, as it did in Tuesday’s 62-50 senior night victory over Butler at the Finneran Pavilion, it is 12-3 this season . When a team scores 70 or more, Vil… → Read More

Despite ties to both Super Bowl LVII teams, Gerry Feehery knows where loyalties lie

Former Cardinal O’Hara star, coach recalls playing days with Eagles and Chiefs → Read More

For Delco’s former Chiefs, Super Bowl brings mixed emotions

Bill Maas, Joe Valerio and Matt Blundin have a bit of a dilemma when it comes to which team to root for Sunday in the Super Bowl. All three grew up as Eagles fans. All three also spent the majority… → Read More

A little post-return pain symbolizes a gain for Villanova’s Justin Moore

Wildcats’ star guard finally back after Achilles injury → Read More

Men’s Basketball: Justin Moore returns, but Villanova falls short against Providence

Guard Justin Moore made his season debut in Sunday’s 70-65 loss to No. 23 Providence at the Wells Fargo Center, 309 days after he ruptured his Achilles tendon in the NCAA tournament last spring. → Read More

Men’s Basketball: Week between games gave Villanova chance to regroup

Villanova has used a quiet week on the schedule to regroup after recent struggles, ahead of Sunday’s game against No. 23 ranked Providence. → Read More

Former Villanova coach Jay Wright feeling his successor’s pain

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Jay Wright may have traded in his designer suits for a network blazer as a television analyst, but the former Villanova coach still bleeds blue and white. Wright feels for the Wildcats, especially head coach Kyle Neptune, as they struggle through a season in which they are 10-10 overall and 4-5 in the Big East heading into the second half of the league season. “I’m feeling a… → Read More