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  • Updated boys basketball standings through Thursday, top 10 poll and scoring leaders

     
    BOYS TOP 10 Team,Record,Last time 1., Central Catholic, 14-0,1 2., Parkland, 12-2, 2 3., Emmaus, 11-4, 3 4., Beth. Catholic, 8-6, NR 5., Easton, 8-7, 10 6., Pennridge, 11-4, 5 7., Allen, 9-5, 6 8., Whitehall, 9-5, 4 9., Stroudsburg, 8-6, NR 10., PM West,...
  • Parkland-Beca tops Wednesday schedule, state rankings and updated standings

     
    Parkland and Bethlehem Catholic are the last two LVC teams without a league loss. That will change for one team tonight. The Trojans visit Bethlehem Catholic in the biggest game on Wednesday's schedule. The winner will have the inside track......
  • Clutter in the Colonial League

     
    While there is no change among the leaders of two state high school football polls, the Colonial League has but one leader — defending champion Catasauqua. Catasauqua stayed at Nos. 4 and 6, respectively, in the EasternPAfootball.com and...
  • Former local sports writer wins Groller-Zambelli Challenge

     
    Congratulations to Joe DeVivo, a former Express-Times sports writer, for winning this week's Groller-Zambelli Challenge. Joe was 10-for-10 with his picks in the first week, but lost out on the tiebreaker to Brenda Henning of Allentown, who was also 10-...
  • 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......
  • Brian Deppe wins latest Groller-Zambelli Challenge

     
    I've often said that Brian Deppe knows what's going on around here better than most people who live here. He kind of proved that this weekend when he won the fifth week of the Groller-Zambelli Challenge even though he lives in Charlotte, N.C. Brian is...
  • Colonial League 6th weekend report

     
    Week 6 in the Colonial League offered little drama except just the third shutout of the season and one team slipping from the logjam for fourth place. Catasauqua (6-0) stayed unbeaten, though it didn't score in the first quarter for......
  • Weekend weather factor, state rankings

     
    There is a wet forecast for this weekend’s football games, a first in what is to be the seventh regular-season game for all Colonial League teams. So, just how could that alter the outcome of the showdown at Alumni Field......
  • Colonial League individual stat leaders entering Week 7

     
    RUSHING LEADERS Player, School, Att, Yds, Avg, TD R. Burton, Catasauqua, 82, 953, 11.6, 13 N. Savant, Saucon Valley, 97, 787, 8.1, 9 C. Gretzinger, Palisades, 114, 717, 6.3, 11 H. Hall, Northwestern, 118, 686, 5.8, 6 N. Farber, Northern......