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Football - High School
Somerville's Ryan Carty didn't get a chance to air it out in his father's wide-open offense one more time, after all. But the younger Carty's days of runnin' and gunnin' appear to be long from over. Carty, who was to play quarterback for the South squad in the 24th North-South high school all-star football game that was canceled because of last night's thunder and lightning storm, spurned NCAA Division I scholarship offers from Rutgers and Army in favor of Division IAA Delaware in the winter.
North-South rained out
Mother Nature was the victor in Thursday's North-South high school football all-star game, as pouring rain and fierce thunderstorms forced the first cancellation of the 24th annual event. "After working hard all week and not playing, this is dreadful," said Governor Livingston's Dan Legiec, an offensive lineman on the North team. "It was pretty tough because one minute we expected to be on the field, and the next minute we figured the game would be called off."
Storm washes out North-South football game
Around the Big East
Bill Bradshaw said that leaving Philadelphia the first time was difficult, which is why he is happy to be returning to where he began his collegiate sports career.
A member of La Salle University's Hall of Fame for his baseball exploits and the former athletic director at the school, Bradshaw was introduced yesterday as the new director of athletics at Temple.
Bradshaw takes Temple's AD job
Donald "Big Dog" Forbes: BigDog@Rutgersfootball.com