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  • Friday night Stellar basketball tournament schedule and scoreboard

     
    FRIDAY NIGHT'S BOYS VARSITY SCHEDULE 5 p.m. games Hershey 50, Wayne Hills 47 ... Dylan Painter 26. Emmaus 53, Warwick 35 ... David Kachelries 15. Central Catholic 57, Downingtown East 36 ... Ben Pratt 12. Notre Dame-GP 71, Penn Manor 24 ... Austin Gregg...
  • A way to ramp up access from I-78

    A way to ramp up access from I-78
    Q: I have a question regarding the Emmaus Avenue interchange, Exit 58, of Interstate 78. The way the ramp is constructed, you can only access Emmaus Avenue southbound. While driving past the ramp on Emmaus Avenue, I came to the realization that the ramp...
  • Muhlenberg's Schmitt enjoys hosting SportsFest tennis tournament

    Although Muhlenberg's tennis season has long been over, Mules men's coach Jeff Schmitt is very busy. The college is now in its fourth year hosting tennis matches at SportsFest and Schmitt is the tournament director. Tennis has been a part of SportsFest...
  • Central Catholic's 2002-03 girls basketball squad ranks No. 4 on list of LVC's all-time great teams

    The Central Catholic girls basketball team traveled to Pottsville in March 2003 with a chance to secure another trip to Hershey. A pregame meal nearly derailed the Vikettes. "I don't want to say where we ate, but a lot of us had salads," Central...
  • 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,...
  • Parkland boys get a summer sweep, rout Allen for championship

    Allen boys basketball coach Doug Snyder remembered his drive home from Cedar Beach the previous Sunday after his team lost 65-48 to Parkland in the semifinals of the Stellar Construction tournament. "I was thinking we hit a 3-pointer and then they...
  • Nazareth claims pair of hoops titles at SportsFest

    Nazareth claims pair of hoops titles at SportsFest
    The new alignment in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference places Nazareth in a challenging "suburban" division for both girls and boys basketball. The Blue Eagles will be competing twice-per-season against Central Catholic, Emmaus, Parkland, Whitehall...
  • Noble effort among mountain biking heroics at Bear Creek

    Ellen Noble frequents the Mekhong Thai restaurant in Kennebunkport, Maine for two reasons. First, the 18 year old loves the food. Second, she runs into former President George H. W. Bush. "You never know whom you might see," she said. Sunday at...
  • Enjoy a cup of java at the Emmaus Library

    You arrive at the Emmaus Public Library with your morning cup of coffee and are just about to toss it in the trash outside when you see the sign: Drinks are welcome. Say what? It's true. In an effort to make the library more of a comfortable gathering...
  • Current Falcons honor 'Mr. Salisbury' by winning pair of games at SportsFest

    The kids on the current Salisbury High boys basketball team weren't even born when Bill Paulik retired as the Falcons coach in 1993. But his legacy lives on through them. Salisbury became the only Colonial League school to clinch a spot in Sunday's...
  • It may only be summer, but Parkland has its fans already excited about next hoops season

    It may only be summer, but Parkland has its fans already excited about next hoops season
    Mark Smith stood at the fence rimming what is known as Court 2 at Allentown's Cedar Beach on Sunday afternoon and smiled at what he saw all around him. Smith, a former Allen High athlete and coach, actually was the one who had the idea of holding...