Avon Grove overcomes Unionville, 24-22

By Al Tustin, Sports Editor, The Times Avon Grove’s Dino Arhontakis looks for running room against Unionville, Friday night. Before being knocked out with an injury, he tore up the Indians’ defense. WEST GROVE — It was a tale of two games. Literally. On Friday night, Unionville and Avon Grove met in a contest mostly controlled by the Indians. But lightning in the area stopped the...

Unionville can’t find the magic again, rally falls short, 19-14

Unionville’s Joe Fariello fins running room against Academy Park. By Al Tustin, Sports Editor, The Times EAST MARLBOROUGH — Apparently, lightning does not strike twice. Although Unionville mounted a furious, final two-minute rally, to almost come from behind against Academy Park, eerily like last season’s game, the Indians fell short, losing 19-14, when a final drive stalled in the last...

Garnet overwhelms Unionville, 42-3, in season opener

By Al Tustin, Sports Editor, The Times Unionville Blake Charlton loses the handle on a first quarter fumble against Garnet Valley, Friday night. CONCORD — To say Unionville had a tough time with Garnet Valley, in both schools’ high school football season opener, would be a bit of an understatement. The highly anticipated match up of the defending 5A District One champs — the Indians – and...

Unionville Crew plans learn to row events

The Unionville High School Crew beginning of school learn-to-rows are now set and you can sign up at by clicking here. We will be offering three different days – August 25th and 26th, and September 8th. You only need to attend one session, the goal being to get a small taste of what rowing is about. Rowing was brand new to every one of our current athletes when they started in high school...

KAU U12 advances to state Little League tournament

The KAU Under 12 Little League team celebrates its District 7 championship and will advance to the state tournament this weekend. The Kennett Square 12 U Little League captured the Section 7 championship Tuesday night, defeating Carlisle 7-0. Levi Brawley got the win on the mound for KAU.  A home run by David Lillis and multiple hits by Tague Davis and Trevor Dunne contributed to KAU’s strong...

Robb Named to All-America First Team

Olivia Robb CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Washington College coxswain Olivia Robb (Kennett Square, Pa./Unionville) has been named to the 2018 College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Pocock All-America first team. Robb, who completed her sophomore season in May, is the second coxswain and sixth different student-athlete in Washington College women’s rowing team history to earn All-America first-team...

Gold Medal finish for 14 UHS crew athletes

Novice Boys and Novice Girls both brought home Gold medals from the Cooper Cup Regatta held in New Jersey this Sunday, April 29. Novice Girls rowed a 4-person boat and finished first ahead of 16 boats with a time of 6.23 for the 1,500 meter race. Novice Boys rowed an 8-man boat and finished first with a time of 4.00:60, a slim 2 seconds ahead of 2nd place. JV Boys came in 3rd in their flight, 7th...

Downingtown’s Lauletta drafted by Giants

Kyle Lauletta It appears that Downingtown East graduate Kyle Lauletta will be following the footsteps of notable Chester County quarterbacks Matt Ryan and Matt Schaub to the National Football League, following his selection in the fourth round, Saturday by the New York Giants. Lauletta, a star for Richmond, had been seen as a sleeper pick — many scouts compare him to San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy...

Downingtown rugby girls play matches in Scotland

Downingtown Rugby Club (DRFC) and Doylestown girls team swept Scotland over spring break during the 2018 rugby tour. The combined team and four coaches pictured on the field following the final game and win, 56/27 vs. Scotland’s Cartha Queens. Downingtown’s triple win against Scotland’s Melrose, Livingston, and Cartha set a new DRFC record and first-ever triple win at an overseas tour. The...

Moonlight Madness 3-on-3 winners announced

EAST MARLBOROUGH – The Unionville Recreation Association’s annual Moonlight Madness 3-on-3 offered it’s usual combination of thrills and chills for local basketball fans, with class winners announced in all age brackets.    Send article as PDF