TheDaily Numbers for Monday, April 28

The Daily Numbers: 21 students named to the All-Delco HiQ team.

17 teachers named winners of the Excellence in Teaching awards.

2 popes elevated to sainthood in ceremony celebrated by 2 living popes.

800,000 people who attended the ceremony in St. Peter’s Square

10 pounds of marijuana seized in traffic stop in Upper Darby.

2.47 percent tax hike looming in Marple Newtown School District.

8.4 percent of Delco residents without health insurance.

7.6 percent in Chester County.

6.2 percent in Bucks, which is tops in Pa.

50th anniversary of the Holocaust Memorial in Philadelphia.

3-2 deficit for the Flyers in their 1st round Stanley Cup series vs. the Rangers. They must win Tuesday night or start making tee times.

4-2 loss yesterday at Madison Square Garden.

6-4 mark for the Phillies on the West Coast trip.

0.83 ERA for A.J. Burnett since being diagnosed with a hernia.

13-12 overall mark for the Phillies.

8 saves in as many tries for Jonathan Papelbon.

4 strikeouts for Cody Asche.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

The Philly basketball world this morning mourns a local legend, Dr. Jack Ramsay. He was the longtime coach at Saint Joe’s as well as coaching in the NBA, including the Portland Trail Blazers team that beat the Sixers. He served as the Sixers GM in their world title year of 1967.

I Don’t Get It: Is Chester safe? Or not. It depends on who you ask.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to this year’s winners of the All-Delco Hi-Q designation as well as the Excellence in Teaching Awards. Quote Box: “He was a great man, adored not by millions of people, but by billions of people.”

- St. Hedwig’s parishioner Stan Zoltak, on the canonization of fellow pole Pope John Paul II.