Tag: sports

  • Why The Philadelphia Phillies Should Trade Ken Giles

      Aaron Watson-Sharer   The Phillies are in their rebuilding stage, where we currently are representing the motto “Out with the old and in with the new.”   That has been the case. The first trade the Phillies made was the Jimmy Rollins trade, where the Phillies sent Rollins to the Los Angeles Dodgers and […]

  • Boys Basketball Lose against PACH

    By Heather Campbell Staff Writer Thursday December 20th, SLA Boys Basketball lost 59-74 against Philadelphia Charter Academy. Sophomore True Black scored the most points (14) for SLA with Junior Sterling Perry close behind him scoring 13. The game proved tough when Perry and Senior Jakobi Martin-Howard were ejected from the game during 4th quarter after […]

  • Boys Basketball Stuck In A Losing Streak

    BoysBasketball-Parkway from SLA Media on Vimeo. By Heather Campbell Staff Writer  SLA vs Parkway SLA Boys basketball lost against Parkway west, 54-60, Tuesday January 2nd. This is seventh game in a row they have lost. “We didn’t play as a team or run the system,” commented Senior Captain Andrew Chalfan, “that’s why we lost.” After […]

  • Boys Basketball Suffer A Loss Against Swenson

    By Heather Campbell Staff Writer Last Friday, December 14th, the Boys Basketball team lost 38-61 to Swenson Arts and Technology High School. Senior Jakobi Martin-Howard finished with 16 points in the game, with multiple 3 pointer shots and a step-back jump shot from the baseline. Despite losing by 23 points, the team played well. Swenson […]

  • Girls Basketball Win First Game of the Season

    By Heather Campbell Staff Writer Last Wednesday, SLA Girls Basketball won, 53-52, against Julia R. Masterman High School. The team played well for their first game. Senior and Captain Dayona McNeil with 26 points, six of them being in the last six minutes of the game, and Joy Morrow with 15 points. Although they won, […]