Segments include a look at Operation Hat Trick, a charity hockey game to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims; a profile of Rider basketball player Nurideen Lindsey; Ricky Bottalico looks at the Reading Phillies and their decision to change their team name.
Segments include a profile of female boxing promoter Brittany Rogers; a visit to Brian Westbrook's horse farm; a look at the new sport of Kronum; a trip to Hollinger Field House at West Chester University.
Segments include a visit with Brian Dawkins; a report on firefighters climbing a minor-league stadium to pay tribute to fallen brothers; a look at Norristown's Chandler Bat Company; a visit to Marcus Hook, the home of former MLB player Mickey Vernon.
Segments include a visit with Olympians Beezie Madden and McLain Ward at the Devon Horse Show; 2000 Olympic gold medalist Marty Nothstein discusses the Lehigh Valley Velodrome; a feature on Delaware County Olympians.
Segments include a profile of Paralympian Amanda McGrory; a report on the Headstrong Foundation, inspired by high school lacrosse player Nick Colleluori; a visit to the Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum.
A profile of Ironman triathlete Stephen Brown, who continued to compete after being diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Also: interviews with two men working the game when Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in 1962; the Polar Bear Plunge in Wildwood, N.J.
Black History Month segments include a visit to the Negro League Baseball Museum in St. Louis; and chats with former Villanova basketball player George Raveling, and former Penn State football player Adam Taliaferro.
A 9/11 anniversary episode recalls Richie Stewart, a former hockey star at Upland Country Day School, and Michael Horrocks, a former West Chester University football player; a look at a memorial in Bucks County.
Israeli pro-soccer players visit the area; Neil Hartman, Amy Fadool, Ricky Bottalico and Steve Coates hit the links at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pa. Also: Egg Harbor, N.J., teen with an unusual bowling style; Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall.
Profiled: coach Tony Chapman, who has won 700 high-school-basketball games; Jordan Oliver, an NCAA wrestling champ from Easton, Pa. Also: a look at Jack Russell Stadium in Clearwater, Fla., the former spring training home to the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Academy of Notre Dame names its gym for Aimee Willard, an alumna killed in 1996; Kobe Bryant returns to Lower Merion High School and donates to its gym. Also: a profile of a local man who was named to the national sled-hockey team; a look at the Overbrook High School gym.
A former West Chester University quarterback who was aboard one of the planes on Sept. 11; a triathlete running for his wife, who needs a bone-marrow transplant; a golfer on a quest to play the Top 100 golf courses in the world. Also: a look at the Vesper Boat Club on Boathouse Row.