It was a beautiful Thanksgiving Day, 2012
for playing and watching football. Unfortunately, Abington edged Cheltenham in the annual rivalry
7-0. After 40 minutes of a scoreless game and with remaining in the game,
Abington scored for the winning score.
Larry Greene, class of 1971
longtime head foorball coach at Central Bucks East
High School in Bucks County, PA.Has decided to resign after 28 years in
coaching. Greene missed the 2005 season after being diagnosed with malignant
myeloma. He said his health did not influence his decision to resign.
class of 2005 is a freshman playing basketball at Rider.
Shayla Johnson – class of 2000 is currently
grade basketball at CHS. Johnson was part of the Lady Panthers
team that won the PIAA Class AAAA title in 2000
Reggie Jackson, class of 1964; was inducted
Hall of Fame on April 6, 2006.
The Cheltenham High School Girls'
basketball team defeated Council
Rock North 68 to 54 at State College on Friday, March
23rd.Cheltenham now has won two state titles, the other was in 2000
when they defeated Oakland Catholic 54-52.
The Panthers were lead by Brittany Gunn (18 points), Ashley Gale
(27 points) and Misha Horsey who had 11.
The team was in control from the beginning and never trailed.
Stacey Smalls, class of 1999 was inducted into
the Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of
Fame on January 21, 2011 at the
Palestra.Smallswho played for Temple from 1999-2003
finished her four year career with the TempleWomen's Basketball
She was the sixth all-time leading scorer with
Stacey is currently an assistant coach for
LaSalle’s women's basketball team. 2/10/11
The Cheltenham Panther's Football team lost to the Abington Galloping Ghost on
Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2009. The score was 28 to
14. See our link "sports"
of this annual football rivalry dating back
game was played on November
26, 2008, under the lights at AbingtonHigh School.
our Panthers lost 38-3. Next year, 2009, the
game will be played at Cheltenham.
Hopefully, the stadium lights will be installed.
On April 9, 2008, Laura Harper, '04; was chosen in the 1st
round, 10th pick overall, during the Women's National
Association on April 9, 2008. Laura will be
playing for the Sacramento Monarchs. She is
a 2008 graduate
of the University of Maryland.
Stacey Smalls, ’93; Has been an
assistant women’s basketball coach at LaSalleUniversity for two years.
She is a 2003 graduate of Temple. While at Temple she scored 1,258 points with 360 assists. Temple won their first Atlantic
10 Championship title in 2003. Stacey was named the Tournament MVP.
Craig Littlepage, Class of 1969, Currently Virginia athletic
director, Littlepage has been named
Chair of the NCAA
Tournament Selection Committee, the
kingpin in what is arguably the most powerful group
college basketball. Littlepage played collegebasketball at
the University of Pennsylvania and also coached at Penn.