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  • Wednesday night boys scoreboard recap: Bangor won without even playing

     
    With a night off on Wednesday, Bron Holland took his Bangor team to the place where he played college basketball, La Salle, and in Philadelphia the Slaters experienced a night they'll never forget. The Explorers beat No. 9 ranked Butler 54-53 at the...
  • March Madness Wrapup

     
    Since I've written so much about the annual March Madness party I attend every year, I figured I would show you what one of the typical attendees looks like. As you can see, we're a pretty sophisticated group. This year......
  • Vegas: Florida Gulf Coast and La Salle remain huge longshots in NCAA tourney

     
    They have been a lot of fun to watch, Florida Gulf Coast and La Salle. The Explorers, in particular, have increased interest around the Philly area. But it's highly unlikely that their stunning runs will continue much longer. Vegas still has very long...
  • Philly teams are all longshots to win NCAA tournament

     
    Everybody talks about NC State in 1983 and Villanova in 1985 as examples that anything can happen in the NCAA tournament. And yes, George Mason and VCU made it to the Final Four in recent years, and Butler, somehow, made it to back-to-back national...
  • Lehigh fills coaching staff with familiar name

     
    Lehigh head coach Brett Reed announced the addition of Kyle Griffin to the staff on Tuesday. Griffin comes to Lehigh from the Hoop Group where he has served as Director of Team Events since August of 2011. Griffin is a......
  • Roundup: Cormier leads Loyola men past GW, 65-55

    Loyola guard Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons) scored a career-high 26 points, and Erik Etherly had 12 while matching his career high with 15 rebounds, as the Greyhounds defeated George Washington, 65-55, on Wednesday night at the Colonials' Smith Center....
  • Friday's college roundup (volleyball, tennis, soccer): CNU, Randolph-Macon women advance to regional semifinal volleyball clash

    Christopher Newport, Randolph-Macon, Juniata (Pa.) and Emory of Atlanta rolled to first-round victories in the NCAA Division III women's volleyball Newport News Regional at the Freeman Center. Cory Harris had 15 kills as CNU, ranked fifth in the country,...
  • Mariners pick Parkland grad Weiss in MLB Draft; Padres select Gigliotti

     
    The Seattle Mariners selected La Salle University pitcher and Parkland graduate Cody Weiss in the 14th round of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft on Tuesday afternoon. Five rounds later, East Stroudsburg University left-handed...
  • Xavier a significant challenge for Lehigh

     
    So, Lehigh fans, you thought Duke a was big challenge and all that stands in the way of a trip to the Sweet 16 in Atlanta is a mere 40 minutes against Xavier. Well, Mountain Hawks faithful, those 40 minutes......
  • Week 2's PA HS football notebook

     
    For a second straight year, a group of high school football writers from across the state is collaborating on a Pennsylvania high school football notebook each week. Andrew Shay of the Patriot-News compiles the collection of nuggets from across PA......
  • A QB change, state rankings and an injury update

     
    Bethlehem Catholic had limited success last week moving the ball against Emmaus. The Golden Hawks will start a new quarterback this week as they face the Lehigh Valley Conference football favorite. Junior quarterback Nick Cortopossi will make his first...