Panther Press

Senior John Crawford Leading Haven Wrestling to Success

Senior John Crawford Leading Haven Wrestling to Success

Ryan Krouse, Sports Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Front Page, Sports

As we move towards the end of the winter sports season, this edition’s athlete spotlight focuses on John Crawford. John was voted a captain for his senior season and has been living up to the expectations. With a personal record of 16-2, Crawford has helped the Panthers to a 11-8 team record with five...

Haven Coach Inducted into Villanova Athletic Hall of Fame

Haven Coach Inducted into Villanova Athletic Hall of Fame

Ryan Krouse, Sports Editor

March 3, 2019


Filed under Front Page, Sports

This past December, Strath Haven eighth grade math teacher Mr. Fili was announced as a member of the Villanova Athletic Hall of Fame class for 2018. It is surely a well deserved honor, as he finished his collegiate career as a .300 hitter, with career totals including 181 hits, 190 runs scored, 86 r...

Hard Work of Haven Cheerleading Brings them to Nationals

Hard Work of Haven Cheerleading Brings them to Nationals

Conor McCambridge, Staff Writer

March 3, 2019


Filed under Sports

Strath Haven’s Cheerleaders scored a great achievement on December 9th, qualifying for Nationals in Orlando, Florida for the second year in a row. Districts were held at Kutztown, and in an exciting performance they managed to beat out numerous other teams for the chance to win a national championship....

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