The Daily Numbers: 2 grads of the prestigious Haverford School charged with running a huge drug ring with the aim of taking over the illegal drug trade in high schools on the Main Line as well as several local colleges. 25 and 18, age of the suspected kingpins, both of whom were lacrosse players at Haverford and then dropped out of college. 9 others, including 2 juveniles, busted as their sub-dealers, who would push drugs in the high schools. 35,000 a year, how much it costs to attend Haverford School. 8 pounds of marijuana found during a search of the suspects’ homes. 3 grams of hash oil. 23 grams of cocaine. 11 grams of MDMA. 11,000 dollars in cash. 3 guns, including an AR-15 rifle. 0 rate hike being sought by SEPTA in their general operating budget for next year. 20 percent increase in ridership on Media/Elwyn regional rail line, one of the reasons it’s being targeted for upgrades by SEPTA. 11,000 passengers who use the line every day. 75 counts of harassment filed against a part-time Colwyn police officer charged in connection with stalking his ex-fiancee. 3.85 million dollar sale price for the landmark Upper Darby Professional Center on Market Street. 25,000 dollars in damages done by vandals on the Penn State York campus. 40.71 point hike for the stock market yesterday. 1 or 2 dollars a month fee hike being considered by Netflix. 3 straight starts for Ray Emery, who will be back between pipes tonight for Flyers, subbing for injured starter Steve Mason. 7-0 win for the Phillies behind Cliff Lee last night vs. Dodgers. 10 strikeouts recorded by Lee, who retired 21 of last 22 batters he faced through 8 innings of work. 38 strikeouts so far this year for Lee, with just 2 walks. 5 home runs for Ryan Howard, who went yard again last night. Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. Anyone know exactly what an “upper body injury” is. Whatever it is, it is keeping Steve Mason on the sidelines for the Flyers. It’s up to Ray Emery now. I Don’t Get It: Not exactly sure what these Main Line hotshots were thinking in terms of running this drug enterprise. What? They didn’t think anyone would notice? Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Montco D.A. and law enforcement for taking down this preppie drug magnates. Quote Box: “We will crush it. Once you go tax free it’s hard to go back.” - Suspected Main Line drug ring leader Tim Brooks, in text to his partner.