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  • 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...
  • Parkland grad Mellen heading back to junior cycling worlds after highlighting locals at U.S. championships

    James Mellen of Schnecksville will be heading for Seoul and the Junior World Cycling Championships next month after teaming with two others to win the team sprint at the U.S. Junior Track National Championships last month in Carson, Calif. Mellen, a 2014...
  • Sunday afternoon scoreboard at Stellar basketball tournament

     
    ELIMINATION BRACKET CCHS 42, Freedom 25 ... Ben Pratt 16. Easton def. Reading by forfeit. Ridley 68, North Penn 44 ... Lucas Foster 21. Nazareth 48, Saucon Valley 30 ... Johan Dotson 10. Bangor 53, Notre Dame 20 ... Reese Jones 14. Liberty 68, Methacton...
  • Stellar girls tournament: Dieruff knocks off the defending champs

     
    Cathy Piston was enjoying herself at the Stellar Construction "Catch A Rising Star" girls basketball tournament at Cedar Beach on Friday night. She has a daughter on the Parkland team, which routed Catasauqua 45-9. And she's also the coach of the...
  • Schreiner cites family reasons for stepping down as Emmaus baseball coach

    Schreiner cites family reasons for stepping down as Emmaus baseball coach
    Eventually, nearly every coach is confronted with the dilemma John Schreiner has faced the last few years. For nearly half of his life, the 46-year-old Whitehall High School graduate has been a head high school baseball coach, first for four years 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...