O'Hara Girls on a Run with a Guardian Angel
The Catholic League Champions are on a quest for PIAA glory, with a dynamic leader and a guardian angel.
SPRINGFIELD TWP.—When the girls of Cardinal O'Hara take the floor Tuesday night in the semi-finals of the PIAA girls basketball tournament, they'll have the wildly enthusiastic support of an entire school broader community, including parents.
See the note at the bottom of this story for game details.
They'll also be motivated by the legacy of one father whose love and support has inspired the team all year. His story has also bonded them into what their coach calls a group of girls who are now more like sisters.
Fox 29 Reporter Colleen Wolf has posted the story behind the story on the MyFoxPhilly website.
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If you plan to go to Tuesday night's game here are the details as posted on the Cardinal O'Hara High School website:
Congratulations to our Girls Basketball Team who will be playing Spring-Ford High School in the PIAA Semi Finals on Tuesday night March 19th at William Tennant High in Warminster. Game time; 7:30. Tickets will be available at O'Hara on Monday and Tuesday in the Athletic Office. Student tickets $4.00, adult tickets $8.00. All tickets on game night are $8.00.
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