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Recent Highlights

LVHN High School Football Combine
Over the winter time and offseason, a lot of high football players like to use that time to get in shape and hit the weights. Well, they were looking to see if all of that offseason training paid off at the LVHN high school football combine challenge.
Northampton Boys Head Coach Coy Stampone Reflects on 2017/18 Season
Coach Coy Stampone in his 6th season at the helm and doing a great job, talked with our Meghan Caffrey reflecting on their success they've had this season, what it was like to work with those kids and to build a winning program at Northampton.
The Sounds of the Game
Have you ever wondered what actually goes on between the referees, coaches and players during a game? Well here is your chance to find out! We had the opportunity to mic up long time referee, Steve Serensits, during one of his playoff games. This is the inside scoop on the sounds of a game.
Central Catholic and Nazareth Girls Basketball in EPC Quarterfinal
Central and Nazareth met on Monday for one of the quarterfinals game of the EPC Girls Tournament. The Vikettes making a return to the tournament after missing out the last couple of seasons. The Blue Eagles made it to the semifinals where they would lose to Easton. Both teams coming into the matchup with 11-5 records.
Emmaus vs. Bethlehem Catholic in Girl's Soccer
In the EPC, the Emmaus girl's soccer team hosted Bethlehem Catholic on Thursday night. Going into the matchup both teams knew it was going to be a competitive one. Emmaus coming into the contest at 5-2-1 record as Becahi would be at 4-4.
Freedom vs. Bethlehem Catholic in Girls Tennis
The Bethlehem Catholic tennis team did not lose a match last season until the second round of the PIAA tournament (excluding EPC Tournament), but going into Monday's match against Freedom the Golden Hawks would have twice as many losses. The Freedom Patriots on the other hand are taking their 10-0 overall record into this week.
Southern Lehigh vs. Palisades Football
A game of two unbeaten teams in the Colonial League, in Southern Lehigh and Palisades. The rivalry has gone on for 47 years and the Spartans have won 35 of those meetings. Both teams competing to keep that losing column at 0.
Northwestern Lehigh vs. Bangor Boys Soccer
The Northwestern Lehigh boys soccer team has won the Colonial League three of the last four years and off to another great start. Although, Bangor would prove to be a good test in their game last week.
Freedom vs. Easton Football Game
The Easton Red Rovers are one of the final teams left in the EPC to be undefeated. The Rovers would host the Freedom Patriots who are also 2-0. Easton's defense would make some big plays in this game, helping to propel the Rovers to the win.
Emmaus vs. Bethlehem Catholic Football Game
Bethlehem Catholic 2-0 after the first two weeks and Emmaus, looking to get back on track after their first two weeks. Emmaus would go up first but the two would continue to go back and forth for the entire game.
Parkland vs. Nazareth Girls Soccer
The Parkland girls soccer team is certainly proving that they are the team to beat in the EPC. The Trojans, Brooke Schutter makes it very hard for the Blue Eagles, with a hat trick of her own in this contest.
Southern Lehigh Girls Tennis Helps Out Harvey Victims
The Southern Lehigh Girls Tennis team is trying to do their part in helping out Houston from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. With the help of Discover cards match program, head coach Andrea Drabenstott had the idea to put her girls to work and help raise money for Harvey victims by holding a car wash. The total amount they raised was $635, with the match program it then raises to $1,270!
Wilson Warriors Get Their First Win in 15 Games
The Wilson Warriors were looking to get their first win in 15 games, a losing streak that lasted for almost two seasons. With the help of RB Job Goodman and his 5 touchdowns on the day, the Warriors were able to end the losing streak as well as give Coach Labatch his first win as head coach.
Phillipsburg Football Prepares for 2017 Season
The New Jersey football schedule is a little different than Pennsylvania's, their football season begins two weeks later than our regular EPC and Colonial teams do. The Phillipsburg football program went 5-5 last year but Coach Frank Duffy is not happy with that. The Stateliners did not win the division, fell in first round of states and lost to Easton on Thanksgiving Day; a game they consider to be one of the biggest of their entire season. This year they aim to be more consistent and balanced on offensive.
Southern Lehigh Looks for Continued Succes Under New Head Coach
The Southern Lehigh Girls Soccer team is hoping to pick up right where they left off with a record of 14-6 last season. With a League Title under their belt, they expect nothing less but hope to improve in District play. Coach Filler says that on the back line and defensively in general, the team is sound but now he looks to improve on the offensive side of the ball.
Emmaus Field Hockey Hopes to Get Back to State Championship
The Emmaus field hockey team has easily been one of the most successful programs, in all of the sports, to come out of the Lehigh Valley. They are consistent in one thing; winning. The Hornets went 28-0 last season as well as attaining a State Title! Coach Sue Butz-Stavin has the expectation to do just as well as last year, with the help of some new girls and an experienced back line.
Freedom vs. Parkland Girls Tennis Match
The tennis season is underway and early on we are already seeing a few touch matches. Freedom hosted the Parkland Trojans earlier this week and the Patriots looked to defeat the Trojans for a second year in a row.
Allentown Central Catholic Looks To Build On Last Year
It is definitely easier for a team to move from off season, to preseason, to the regular season, when you don't lose too many players from the previous year. That is certainly the case for Allentown Central Catholic, as they have almost the entire team returning with at least 8 of them being starters. The team looks to build on the success they had from last year, especially looking to attain that District Title, after being runner-up to Northwestern last season.
Earlier this summer, Kristi Fulkerson had the opportunity to sit down and catch up with the Cunningham gals. All four have the same work ethic, but did you ever wonder what makes them different from each other? Here is a look back at some bonus footage from the original story, as the sisters describe one another.
The Start of EPC Golf Play at Allentown Municipal Golf Course
With the 2017-18 Scholastic High School Sports getting underway, Allentown Central Catholic would host one of four, EPC Quad Matchups on the day competing against Emmaus, Freedom and East Stroudsburg South. at the Vikings home course; Allentown Municipal.
Bethlehem Catholic Football Preps for 2017 Season
The Bethlehem Catholic Hawks are preparing for yet another football season. With the success they've had in recent years, the return of Joe Henrich certainly elevates that excitement. A number of returners are back for the 2017 season, with the hopes to get back to the State Playoffs as well as to improve upon their 11-4 record from last year.
Liberty Girls Volleyball Looking to Attain District XI Title
The Liberty Girls Volleyball team had the perfect regular season last year, going 16-0 up until the District Championship game where they lost to the Trojans. The Hurricanes did beat the Trojans for the EPC League Title, so this year you can say their goal would be to get both titles this season.
2017 PIN Cancer Summer Match
For the sixth straight year, the Phillipsburg High School and the Washington High School Wrestling team would square off in a summer match to benefit the PIN Cancer Organization. All the money raised in this event goes directly to the cancer research as well as raising awareness for the cause and organization.
South Parkland vs Wesleyville in State Legion Tournament
The state legion tournament getting underway with South Parkland taking part in the double elimination format with their first matchup facing Wesleyville.
Summer League Field Hockey
So many summer league sports happening in the Lehigh Valley but one that has seen a lot of growth in the sport and this summer league has been field hockey.
South Parkland in Legion Baseball Tournament
South Parkland has fought their way back through the loser's bracket and are now competing for a spot in the championship game.
The All-Star Legion Game
The Annual All-Star game took place hosting five players from the Lehigh Valley Legion league who face off against the Schuykill/Berks County Legion team.
Northampton County League Championship
Hellertown would force a game three in this Northampton League Championship series and it would be a decisive one. If Hellertown wins this they would take the title for the second time in three seasons.
A New Emmaus Women's Basketball Coach
There will be a new face in Emmaus, PA as East Stroudsburg South and Bloomsburg University graduate will take the reins as the new women's head basketball coach for the Hornets.
The Trojans Host A Women's Youth Basketball Camp
One thing the Lehigh Valley area might be lacking is the amount of women only basketball camps. The Parkland Trojans put an end to that with their successful women basketball camp.
South Parkland vs Emmaus in Legion Baseball
During these summer months student athletes are always looking for reasons to continue to play. Legion baseball is a great and still very competitive way to stay fresh. In this matchup, rivals South Parkland and Emmaus go head to head in a very close game.
The Change in Classifications
One year ago, when the change was first made to add classifications into a number of different high school sports a lot of doubt and questioning came with how things would go. With a year under everyone's belt, we take a look at a few Athletic Directors perspectives and get a handle on how they think this change has been to District XI.
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