Sports

Coverage of sporting events from around the Philadelphia area including College Football and Basketball from Temple, Villanova, and other area Universities, Philadelphia Soul, Philadelphia Union, and much, much more.

2010 Mayor’s Cup Again Overflows With Great Villanova vs. Temple Football Action

The 2010 area college football season kicked off with a matchup between the Villlanova Wildcats and the Temple Owls. Both teams are coming off of very successful seasons in 2009. Villanova won the FCS division championship with a stirring win over Montana to cap a 14-1 season. Temple concluded its season against UCLA in the […]

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Philadephia Union beats Chivas Guadalajara 1-0 in Friendly Match

On Wednesday night Independent Philly made our first trip to PPL Park in Chester to watch the Philadelphia Union take on Chivas Guadalajara in a friendly. After the friendly match-up against Manchester United, we were excited for another great game. The Union did not disappoint winning the game 1-0 on a second half goal by Jack […]

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Astros and Replacement Umps Have Phillies Looking Like Chumps

After losing to former Phillies pitcher Brett Myers on Monday night, The Phillies lost again on Tuesday night in a (less than sweet) sixteen inning game against the Astros which saw Ryan Howard get tossed in the 14th inning by replacement umpire Scott Barry (the normal umpires are on vacation). Howard (who went 0-7 with five K’s) got angry at […]

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2010-2011 Eagles Complete Final Day of Training Camp at Lehigh

 Independent Philly sent our newest contributing writer, Bridgette Bonner, to Eagles training camp yesterday to get a look at the 2010-2011 team  The heat did not stop the crowds from coming to watch the Eagles wrap up their final two-a-day practices of training camp in anticipation for the 2010 – 2011 season. Seventy-nine players took […]

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Phillies: Pitching, Prospects, Pennants, and Post-Season Phireworks

A little more than a week ago the Phillies were returning from a road-trip in which the team won just two games while dropping six. A lot can change in a week. The Fightins returned home to the friendly confines of Citizens Bank Park and now are in the midst of a season long seven game […]

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