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PA Sports Official Assaulted During Midget Football Game By Federal Felon: Authorities
A federally convicted felon has been charged following an argument with a sports official at a children's football game.
Keinan Anthony Clayter, 42, of Reading, walked on the field at Cocalico High School, 810 South 4th Street, Lancaster, "during an injury timeout and began yelling and swearing at the opposing team's coaches," East Cocalico police stated in a release on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The incident happened at 7:43 p.m. on Oct. 14, according to the police release.
The sports official attempted to de-escalate the situation, but Clayter "pushed and hit the official," the …
Frances Tiafoe, Son Of Maryland Custodian, Ends US Open Run In Historic Upset
Frances Tiafoe's 2023 US Open run ended in an upset on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
For Ben Shelton, though, it's only just begun.
Tiafoe, who is ranked No. 10 in the world, fell to 20-year-old Shelton in the quarterfinals 6-2 3-6 7-6(7) 6-2, in Queens, NY.
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The match was historic in that it was the first time two Black men faced off, and that Shelton's win makes him the youngest American to reach the Open semis since Andy Roddick in 2003. He'll face Novak Djokovic on Friday, Sept. 8.
Pro Soccer Player With ChesCo Roots Supported By Teammates, Fans After Losing Mom To Cancer
Kalil ElMedkhar might be grieving the loss of his mom to cancer, but he's got a whole team of support.
The 23-year-old Loudoun United FC midfielder, who was raised in the Philadelphia suburbs, lost his mom, 65-year-old Helena Schroyer, after a cancer battle on June 27, as reported by Delaware Online.
In addition to a GoFundMe campaign for the American Cancer Society, launched in Helena's memory by supporters of Loudoun United, proceeds from bids on the team's match against Sacramento Republic on Aug. 19 will go toward fighting cancer.
A Delaware resident with roots in Philadelphia, Helena…
Kelce Chugs 5-Second Beer, Pours Shots For Good Cause At Jersey Shore Bar
Like everyone else at the Jersey Shore, Jason Kelce was chugging beers — but at least he was doing it for a good cause.
Kelce, a center for the Philadelphia Eagles, hosted his third annual Jersey Shore fundraiser for the Eagles Autism Foundation on Wednesday, June 28 at Ocean Drive in Sea Isle City, raising more than $380,000 for the charity.
Kelce, who was joined by his brother Travis, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, won a beer-chugging contest, defeating a Philadelphia radio host by chugging a 30 oz. beer in 5.7 seconds.
Jason Kelce defeats James Seltzer, finishing his 30oz …