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  • ESYC Elite basketball program gets another title, this time at SportsFest

    The East Side Youth Center Elite AAU basketball program has made noise on the regional and national level in recent years. In fact, just last weekend, the ESYC Elite 12U team won the AAU Division III national title for sixth-graders. But on Sunday,...
  • Add female announcers to local football games

    In a few days, we will be kicking off another season of high school football. The Lehigh Valley is very fortunate to have excellent television coverage of the games and fine play-by-play announcers and color analysts. The two networks, Service Electric...
  • Groller-Zambelli Challenge to return next week in time for new football season

    Groller-Zambelli Challenge to return next week in time for new football season
    Another high school football season brings about another Groller-Zambelli Challenge in which me, Service Electric TV2 Sports Director Mike Zambelli and two other Morning Call sports writers (Stephen Miller and Jeff Schuler) will pick the winners of 10...
  • Ice Bucket Challenge puts Allen and Dieruff kids on the same team to battle ALS

    Ice Bucket Challenge puts Allen and Dieruff kids on the same team to battle ALS
    Too much of a good thing? Absolutely not when it comes to the ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge," which as of Thursday had raised $41.8 million since July 29 compared to $2.1 million over the same period last year. I completed my "challenge" on Sunday...
  • Paul Reinhard: Cleaning out the notebook after Lafayette's Media Day

    Paul Reinhard: Cleaning out the notebook after Lafayette's Media Day
    THE 150TH ON CBSSN It’s a good thing my wife Betty isn’t a sports fan because she wouldn’t be able to watch the 150th Lafayette-Lehigh game on our set on Nov. 22. You’d think that by bundling cable, internet and telephone, as...
  • Blues singer, musician are top Lehigh Valley Music Awards winners

     
    Blues singer Sarah Ayers, who stopped performing for nearly two years after a health condition damaged nerves in her throat, came back with a roar Sunday at the Lehigh Valley Music Awards. Sarah Ayers in file photo Ayers was chosen......
  • Get tickets for "The Chef's Table" at PBS-39

     
    It's your chance to be part of the studio audience for the taping of “The Chef's Kitchen.” Tickets are available for the live taping of six episodes Wednesday March 12 at PBS 39 studios, 801 E. First St., Bethlehem. Tapings......
  • Remembering Jeep Bednarik and Daye-Shawn Bailey

     
    The Lehigh Valley sports world has lost a couple of significant figures in the past couple of days. Former Dieruff and Allen football coach John "Jeep" Bednarik, the brother of Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik, died on Sunday at the age of 87. Jeep was one of...
  • Sports anchor slugs Musikfest patron who disrupts interview

    Sports anchor slugs Musikfest patron who disrupts interview
    Any veteran of live television knows that when the camera goes on most anything can happen. So, what do you do when a disruptive attendee of Bethlehem's beer-swilling Musikfest horns into the live shot? Well, if you're Service Electric TV2 Sports...
  • Eagles-Patriots joint practices should be interesting

    Eagles-Patriots joint practices should be interesting
    The Philadelphia Eagles will be in Foxboro, Mass., the next few days, joining the New England Patriots for three practices before Friday's preseason game. Surely, Chip Kelly and Bill Belichick will make nice, but what about Eagles cornerback Cary...
  • Zambelli deserves suspension for punch

    In my 35 years in the TV news business (20 as an agent and 15 as a reporter), I've never seen anything more unprofessional than a reporter striking someone during a remote broadcast. What a fine way for a TV station to represent itself in public! If...