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  • Catasauqua's girls basketball team is learning how to win

    Things haven't been easy for the Catasauqua girls basketball program the past few years. Since the last time a girls basketball team at Catasauqua recorded a winning season, the Philadelphia Phillies won a World Series, Barack Obama was elected...
  • Oregon's Marcus Mariota hasn't decided about future

    Oregon's Marcus Mariota hasn't decided about future
    Quarterback Marcus Mariota said after Oregon's loss to Ohio State in the title game Monday night that he has not decided about his future. Mariota, a fourth-year junior, is eligible to declare for the National Football League draft. Mariota said he...
  • Bianchi: Urban Meyer surpasses Nick Saban as greatest coach in college football

    Bianchi: Urban Meyer surpasses Nick Saban as greatest coach in college football
    Step aside, Nick Saban, and let Urban Meyer come on down. With Ohio State's 42-20 dismantling of Oregon Monday night in the national championship game, Meyer has just supplanted Saban as the greatest active coach in college football. I realize Alabama...
  • Kentucky still No. 1 in AP Top 25 -- but not unanimously

    Kentucky still No. 1 in AP Top 25 -- but not unanimously
    Kentucky survived a pair of overtime games to stay unbeaten, though those tougher-than-expected wins loosened the Wildcats' hold a bit on the top spot in the AP Top 25. The top-ranked Wildcats (15-0) were atop 63 of 65 votes cast Monday, ending a run of...
  • Boys basketball player of the week and the Colonial and EPC league rankings

    Boys basketball player of the week and the Colonial and EPC league rankings
    Northampton has been one of the biggest surprises of the season and one of the reasons why has been the emergence of freshman Aidan Ellwood. The Konkrete Kids have won four straight games and beat both Freedom and Dieruff last week. Ellwood scored...
  • Boys basketball weekend in review and updated standings

    Boys basketball weekend in review and updated standings
    It was a big two days of games. Just four weeks of games left in the regular season and the EPC and Colonial League tournament fields are starting to come into focus as are the District 11 qualifiers. Here's a look at what happened the last two days:...
  • Tynell Fortune fitting in well for Kutztown U. men's basketball team

    Scholarship dollars led Tynell Fortune to California (Pa.) when he finished playing basketball at Pocono Mountain West High School. His heart pulled him closer to home to finish his college career. After three years at California, Fortune decided he...
  • College Update: La Cañada High's Shurie turns in All-American season

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Kirstie Shurie (La Cañada High, 2012) Clarkson volleyball junior: Shurie played a major part in a successful season for Clarkson and a decorated season for herself. Shurie’s...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: No. 8 Va. Wesleyan hangs on, beats Lynchburg for 29th consecutive time

    MEN: Khory Moore scored 27 points and Warwick High graduate Breven Lyons had 12 Wednesday as Virginia Wesleyan, ranked eighth in Division III, edged Lynchburg 83-82 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference victory. It was the 29th consecutive time...
  • After a perfect December, Salisbury girls are off to a rough January start

    After a perfect December, Salisbury girls are off to a rough January start
    Last year the Salisbury girls basketball team was able to put together a rather successful season earning a spot in the Colonial League playoffs, reaching in the District 11 Class 2A finals and making it to the second round of the PIAA state playoffs....
  • Palmerton's Farquhar finds time to reach 1,000 point plateau

    Palmerton's Farquhar finds time to reach 1,000 point plateau
    Jade Farquhar isn't your average high school student. Not only is she home-schooled, playing basketball for Palmerton because she lives within the school's boundaries, but she spent much of the little free time she's had during her school years...