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Written by Bradley Schlegel, Staff Writer
December 06, 2018

            Perkiomen School ran a play for Chris Arcidiacono early in the third quarter Saturday. He caught a pass from Tautyvdas Kupstas from the right wing and drilled

Perkiomen's Keeshawn Kellman fights for the ball dur-

Saturday's game with Springside Chestnut Hull at Perk-

iomen School.  Kellman scored 17 points in the game.

a 3-point shot.

            Arcidiacono, a 6-foot-4 combination guard, said he could feel an offensive run coming. He then reeled off 14 straight points to help the Panthers turn a competitive non-league game into a blowout win.

            "I don't have to do a whole lot of coaching when that happens," head coach Thomas Baudinet said.

            In a 68-48 victory over Springside Chestnut Hill, the post-grad from Neshaminy High School scored a game-high 24 points, pulled down seven rebounds and dished out five assists.

            Keeshawn Kellman, who has committed to continue his playing career at Princeton University, contributed 14 points and seven rebounds for Perkiomen School (5-1), which opened the season with five straight victories and extended its home winning streak to 27 games.

            Arcidiacono's third quarter outburst allowed the team to extend a 33-19 halftime lead in its season opener to a 47-26 advantage. He drilled two ...



Written by Bradley Schlegel, Staff Writer
December 06, 2018

            During his first season racing in the NASCAR Modified Division at the

Owner of the #49 358 Modified car, Dennis Becker, with 

driver Ryan Lilick (standing).  Lilick, a regular at Grandview

Speedway in Bechtelsville, has been named Pennsylvania 

Rookie of the Year.

Grandview Speedway, Ryan Lilick did his best to stay out of large crashes.  "I try to keep the car in one piece," he said. "If not, it's a real struggle to improve."

            Though he found himself in multi-vehicle wrecks and managed just one top 10 finish in 2018, Lilick performed well enough to be named NASCAR's Pennsylvania Rookie of the Year. He will be honored at the NASCAR's Home Track Award ceremony on Dec. 7 in Charlotte, N.C.

            "I was completely surprised that I got the award," said Lilick, 22, a Collegeville resident. "It's not something I was expecting. It's a cool accolade."

            Lilick, who achieved the most points of any first-year driver in the state during the recently completed season, finished 14th overall in his classification at Grandview. He called it one of the most competitive circuits on the east coast.

            Lilick, who moved up from the sportsman's division the season before, took a ...



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