All-Delco: Full list of teams

All-Delco: Yosef Yacob, Derrick Jones gave Archbishop Carroll a title shot

Player of the Year: Despite setback, Chester’s Rondae Jefferson should be proud

Chester’s three-peat dreams clipped by Lower Merion

Archbishop Carroll’s run does not have a happy ending

A look at the Chester-Lower Merion matchup

A look at the Archbishop Carroll-Imhotep Charter matchup

Yosef Yacob, Archbishop Carroll go for sought-after title

History awaits Rondae Jefferson, Chester

Archbishop Carroll’s youngsters answer challenge down stretch in win over Montour

Chester’s Rondae Jefferson dishes it as well as he takes it

Chester makes big statement on way to final

Tim Kelly won’t be back at Cardinal O’Hara next year

Ernest Aflakpui boosting Archbishop Carroll on both ends of the ball

James Kirksey thriving as Chester’s shutdown man

Chester wins again, gets date with St. Joseph’s Prep in semifinal

Transfers James KirkseyIsaiah Warren and Conrad Chambers know what’s on the line in Chester’s playoff run.

Ernest Aflakpui a cool customer as Archbishop Carroll advances past Chartiers Valley.

Archbishop Carroll’s Zafir Copeland likes his taste of postseason.

Upper Darby fights to the finish in loss to Harrisburg.

Reigning Daily Times Player of the Year Rondae Jefferson collects 1,000th career point as Chester moves on past Williamsport.

Derrick Jones flies high as Archbishop Carroll rolls over Pope John Paul II.

Upper Darby’s Isheem Adams making the most of his second chance.

Basketball runs in the family for Archbishop Carroll’s Nick Jones.

Ridley can’t quite catch up in suffering loss to Parkland.

Quadir Rice‘s putback gives Upper Darby dramatic victory.

Chester cleared for takeoff in rout of Cumberland Valley.

Ernest Aflakpui comes to play as Archbishop Carroll ousts Berks Catholic.

Delco Christian knocked out by Vaux.

State tournament a new experience for Ridley.

Strong schedule’s made Archbishop Carroll confident.

Chester beats Lower Merion, wears district crown for third straight year.

Coatesville puts the squeeze on Upper Darby in district playback.

It’s a painful night for Jah-bree Alleyne as Glen Mills comes up short.

Chester leaves Abington behind.

Glen Mills shakes off rust to beat Phoenixville.

Early deficit quickly turns to Chester rout of Upper Darby.

Abington makes sure Ridley’s plan goes awry.

Tough loss to Neumann-Goretti must serve as Archbishop Carroll’s motivation.

Neumann-Goretti is again too much for Archbishop Carroll.

Chester hustles its way to rout of Strath Haven.

Strath Haven’s surprise play earns it overtime victory.

Penncrest starters create big problem.

Chester awarded top seed for District One Class AAAA tournament.

Ken Bartow makes sure Ridley puts up a fight in Central League title game loss to Lower Merion.

Chester silences doubters with win over Neumann-Goretti.

Shots fall in Ridley’s favor as it advances to league final by trouncing Upper Darby.

Chichester’s Marcus Turner not broken by hardship.

Chris McNeal comes to life to boost Episcopal Academy in rematch with The Haverford School.

All-Delco Yosef Yacob‘s experience boosts Archbishop Carroll to overtime win over Archbishop Ryan.

Lower Merion in a league of its own over Ridley.

Travis Smith buries his second chance in victory over Interboro for Academy Park.

Nelson Blickman is raising expectations at Radnor.

Dan Rutecki steps up as Springfield edges Radnor.

Glen Mills’ Jah-bree Alleyne shows what he knows in overtime win over Upper Darby.

Garnet Valley putting “win” back in winter.

After slow start, Chester comes on strong in fourth to beat Penn Wood.

Shawn Alston is the point man in The Haverford School’s win over Episcopal Academy.

James Fisher is really making the grade at Upper Darby.

Henry Miller‘s shot is the final say in Delco Christian’s victory over Calvary Christian.

Jay’re Jackson‘s effort not enough as Glen Mills falls to Council Rock North.

John Fender‘s burst helps Strath Haven fend off Haverford.

Andrew Louden and Mike Louden providing a lot of offense for Cardinal O’Hara. 

Chester heats up in third thanks to Conrad Chambers‘ spark, rolls to win over Penn Wood.

Victory over Upper Darby earns Ridley style points.

All-Delco Yosef Yacob‘s strong outing can’t save Archbishop Carroll vs. Neumann-Goretti.

(Jerry) Price is right for Penn Wood in a win over Phoenixville.

Bensalem takes advantage of Haverford’s shortcomings in the Juenger Classic final.

Reigning Daily Times Player of the Year Rondae Jefferson delivers as Chester edges Imhotep.

Samir TaylorMike Jolaoso are a dynamic duo for Episcopal Academy against Chichester.

Jon McGill is on target to lead Ridley past Interboro.

Archbishop Carroll sophomores Derrick Jones and Nick Jones have the Patriots’ future looking bright in a win over Plymouth Whitemarsh.

Tyree Bynum and Secean Johnson are Penn Wood’s dynamic duo.

Penncrest can’t slow down Lower Merion.

Promising start has The Christian Academy Jones-ing for a title.

Earl Hargrove makes it happen for Academy Park in a win over Bonner-Prendergast.

Springfield’s Kevin McCormick gives it his best shot in a win over Garnet Valley.

Strath Haven’s John Fender and Eric Trowery helped the Panthers start the season right with a win over Chichester.

Five players to watch

Catholic League, Inter-Ac League, Ches-Mont League, Bicentennial League and Tri-State Christian Conference Preview: Ghana native Ernest Aflakpui ready to make sizeable impact for Archbishop Carroll.

Central League Preview: Penncrest’s Mike Doyle‘s respect for Lower Merion nothing to laugh about.

Del Val League Preview: History’s halls, fans anticipate Chester repeat.

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