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  • Who is the Colonial League's leading tackler?

     
    Time to reward those doing the dirty work. Based on statistics provided to me, the Colonial League’s leading tackler is…. Catasauqua’s Jared Nosal with 81. Notre Dame-Green Pond’s Chris DeGaetano is next with 73, followed by...
  • The latest Groller-Zambelli Challenge winner is ...

     
    Devin Newhard of Allentown. He was a perfect 10-for-10 last week, the sixth week of the contest. He won a $25 gift certificate and joins previous winners Brenda Henning (twice), Joe DeVivo, Jeremy Williams and Brian Deppe. This coming weekend's games...
  • Who is the Colonial League's most penalized team?

     
    So many statistics, so little time. One factor often mentioned by coaches as an important one with regard to a game’s outcome is penalties. Here is what the numbers show through six weeks this season. Draw your own conclusions. So,......
  • Familiar names in two football polls

     
    Catasauqua and Easton remain among the top 10 in their respective classifications in the Pennsylvania Football News polls. The Rough Riders (7-0) are fifth in Class 2A after a 29-14 win over Pen Argyl. The Red Rovers (6-1) are ninth......
  • Catasauqua moves up in state poll

     
    Catasauqua climbed one spot to No. 5 in the Pennsylvania Football News’ Class 2A poll after a 58-14 win over Salisbury. The Rough Riders moved ahead of West Catholic, which lost 54-6 to Class 3A No. 2 Archbishop Wood. Easton......
  • Brenda Henning repeats as Groller-Zambelli Challenge winner; plus Week 5 games

     
    Brenda Henning of Allentown, who won the first week of this season's Groller-Zambelli Challenge, was also the winner for Week 4. Because of a problem with the system, it took several days to get the final results. Next week's games should be available for...
  • Hawk needed half a season, Tout four quarters

     
    Donnie Hawk had to wait a lot longer than Joe Tout. Hawk (at left) needed five games as a head coach before celebrating a victory. He did so Saturday after leading his alma mater, Bangor, to a victory over winless......
  • PA Political caucuses win sovereign immunity

     
    The Senate Republican Caucus has sovereign immunity from lawsuits and does not have to pay $1.2 million for breaking a contract with a marketing firm, according to Commonwealth Court opinion. Judge Bernard L. McGinley, writing for the majority, said...
  • The first Groller-Zambelli Challenge winner was a perfect '10'

     
    I struggled with many of the games on the first weekend of the new high school football season. I think many of the people who follow this stuff also struggled. But one person who didn''t was our first Groller-Zambelli Challenge winner. It was Brenda...
  • Lehigh Valley 9/11 victims

    People with ties to the Lehigh Valley and Poconos region who died in the attacks: CARBON COUNTY Timothy O'Sullivan, Albrightsville, consultant for Cultural Institutions Retirement System. Robert Allan Schlegel, Alexandria, Va., commander in the Navy,...
  • What statistic was most telling in Week 1?

     
    What do Saucon Valley, Wilson, Northern Lehigh, Bangor and Northwestern all have in common? All had a negative turnover ratio in last week’s Colonial League regular-season openers. They also all lost their games. Only Palmerton, which was even,...