High School Sports


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Recent Highlights

High School Girls Basketball- Notre Dame vs. Central Catholic
The Jeff Dailey Memorial Tournament took place over the weekend which featured a matchup between Notre Dame and Central Catholic. This would mark the first time in regular season play that Mike Kopp Head Coach of Central Catholic would coach against his son Josh Kopp Head Coach of Notre Dame.
William Allen Boys Basketball Preview
With the Tip-Off of the High School Basketball Season upon us teams have been preparing for the upcoming year. We check in with the William Allen Boys Basketball team to see how they are gearing up for their 2018-2019 campaign.
William Allen Girls Basketball Preview
Finishing last year with a 19-9 record the William Allen Girls Basketball team is looking forward to another successful season. We preview how the Allen Girls Basketball team is preparing for the 2018-2019 campaign.
Emmaus Boys Basketball Preview
After a great Summer in which the Emmaus Green Hornets made it to three different Championship Games, Emmaus is looking forward to a successful season. We preview how the Green Hornets have prepared for the 2018-2019 season.
Easton High School Baseball Camp
Easton Area High School has been keeping very busy this summer, hosting many different types of camps. This one was hosted by the baseball team in hopes of teaching the youngsters all there is to know about the sport. The coaches and players also use this as a way to connect with the kids in their community and create relationships with the future of Easton baseball.
Darrun Day Basketball Clinic
The Five Star Heart project just recently renovated the Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem and in just the perfect time to hold their first ever basketball clinic. Darrun Hilliard, a product of Liberty, Villanova and current San Antonio Spur, was back in Bethlehem helping out at the Darrun Day Basketball Clinic.
2018 Will Wotring LAX Fest
This year Quarry Lane Park was the home to the 17th annual Will Wotring LAX Fest. Each year since Will's passing in 2002, there has been a lacrosse tournament in efforts to preserve the fallen athletes name. Since the start of the tournament they have raised around $20,000, all going to Project Help, an organization Will himself used to work with.
A-Town Throwdown Dunk & 3-Point Contest
The A-Town Throwdown was a huge success this past weekend and there was more action than just the tournament style games. They also had a little showcase; the 3-point and slam dunk contests.
PAAC Firecracker Meet
The Fourth of July holiday went all the way through the weekend for Parkland Aquatic Club's 4th Annual Firecracker Meet at the Mack Pool in Allentown. The weather could not have been better for the 600 swimmers and 30 teams competing at the swim meet. Competition would come from all across the Lehigh Valley and all the way from Philadelphia and New Jersey, for the chance to swim in the 50 meter pool.
Easton High School Summer Camps
During the summer kids take every opportunity to hit different summer camps throughout the Lehigh Valley. Easton Area High School was a very busy summer camp location, playing host to both a baseball camp as well as a tennis camp.
Nazareth Youth Football Camp
If you want to be like former Nazareth football player Jahan Dotson and play football at Penn State University, you might want to try out a football camp at his former high school. Each year high schools all across the Lehigh Valley hold summer football camps and at Nazareth, they use it as a chance for the young kids to learn important football skills but also for the high schoolers to get a chance to work with the young kids who look up to them in their community.
Local Brothers Representing in FIL World Lacrosse Championships
Emmaus boys lacrosse head coach Desi Gonzalez and his brother Lou, are gearing up for the FIL World Lacrosse Championships. The two will be representing Puerto Rico as their first national team. They will be playing their first match against Whales, on July 13th.
Danny Berlitz Commits to Auburn University
When you talk about someone who has had a great high school swimming career, Danny Berlitz certainly comes to mind and he's only a junior. Berlitz, a swimmer at Marian Catholic, has already racked up District Championships as well as State Championships and now has officially committed to Auburn University.
Jeff Dailey Memorial Golf Tournament
It was a beautiful day for friends and family to get out on the golf course, for the 11th annual Jeff Dailey Foundation, as they hosted the Jeff Dailey Memorial Golf Tournament held at Green Pond Country Club. The golf tournament and foundation is in memory of Jeff Dailey, the former standout basketball player from Notre Dame who tragically passed away in a house fire at ESU in 2007. This tournament is one of the biggest fundraising events for the foundation, which brought out a total of 288 golfers.
Local Talent at Big 33 Football Classic
The Big 33 Football Classic; one of a high school football player's dream to get an invitation to play. A game that invites the best players from the state, where four total players would represent the Lehigh Valley. Just as big an accomplishment as it is for the players, same goes for coaches, where one Lehigh Valley coach would get to represent.
Basketball Training with Jermaine Wilson
To be the best you have to train with or under the best. That is the case for a lot of players right here in the Lehigh Valley. Those that are still in high school, getting ready for college or already a collegiate athlete all being trained by professional basketball trainer Jermaine Wilson. But no matter where they're at in their careers, they all agree on how much better players they've become since working with Jermaine.
The Lehigh Valley Tempest Players
The Lehigh Valley Tempest, half way through their season, is off to a good start but what about the team makes them so successful? That would be the variety of players all at different levels in their soccer careers.
PIAA 6A Softball 1st Round - Central York vs. Parkland
The Parkland softball team had the tall task of taking down Central York the another night in the PIAA 6A 1st round game. Central York was coming into the matchup with a 21-1 record but the dominance on the mound from Parkland's Kelly Dulaney, would be enough to help the Trojans move on.
PIAA 3A Volleyball Quarterfinal - Emmaus vs. Council Rock North
The Emmaus Green Hornets were a perfect 22-0 coming into the PIAA 3A quarterfinal matchup against Council Rock North at Exeter Township high school. Both teams sweeping their first round opponents to move on, Council Rock also coming in undefeated at 20-0.
Lehigh Valley Tempest Youth Clinic
The Lehigh Valley Tempest is in it's second season as a team in the Women's Premier Soccer League and recently held a youth clinic for kids from 4th-9th grade. The players and coaches work together to give the young athletes a positive and fun learning experience.
District XI 6A Baseball Championship - Freedom vs. Parkland
Freedom continuing its improbable run and meeting up with a team that has certainly won a few titles before. It was the District XI 6A Title on the line, where Parkland was looking for their second postseason title, already winning in EPC.
PIAA Track & Field Championships Day 1
Friday brought both beautiful weather and medals for some athletes from District XI. Among those athletes were Lydia Bottelier from Palisades, Jack Reichenbach from Salisbury as well as Ayanna Burrell from Stroudsburg.
PIAA Track & Field Championships Day 2
The PIAA Track & Field Championships were a two day event, where the weather would stay beautiful and more District XI athletes would get to climb atop the podium.
Colonial League Baseball Championship: Southern Lehigh vs. Palisades
Heading West to Hamburg high school to be able to get some baseball action in because of the weather. Palisades would take on Southern Lehigh, the #3 seed, who just beat the #2 seed Northwestern in the semifinals. Palisades would top Saucon Valley 8-3 to advance. The two meeting now, with only one walking away as your Colonial League Champion.
EPC Baseball Championship: Parkland vs. Easton
With the weather taking a toll on this years baseball season teams have had to make up a lot of games and play them in a short amount of time. One team that stayed resilient through it all though, was the Parkland Trojans and that would show as they looked to defend their EPC Title again, against Easton.
Profile Story on Emmaus' Bailey O'Connor
With EPC lacrosse playoffs getting underway, Emmaus is among the teams competing for that EPC Title and with the help of junior Bailey O'Connor. Although he has his future plans set for him, right now O'Connor looks to make an impact for his high school team right now.
Saucon Valley vs. Freedom Girls Lacrosse
The Saucon Valley girls lacrosse team was looking to bounce back after a tough overtime loss to Easton, while Freedom was looking to avenge their loss to Saucon Valley from earlier this season.
Easton & Phillipsburg Meet on the Diamond
There will always be great rivalries between schools, but very few are like the Phillipsburg Easton rivalry. The baseball teams met up Monday night fighting for both a win and the chance to hoist that rivalry trophy in the air.
Liberty & Central Catholic College Signing Day
One of the greatest moments in a student-athlete's life is making the decision and putting pen to paper to commit to further your academic and athletic career at the next level. Liberty and Allentown Central Catholic hosted their Signing Days last week, where they celebrated and honored those student-athletes for making their commitments.
Academic All-Star Breakfast
Over at Green Pond Country Club, they would host the Academic All-Star Breakfast. They would honor 26 scholar-athletes from 13 different Colonial League schools.
Saquon Barkley On His Time As A Zephyr
Before Saquon Barkley headed to Texas for the 2018 NFL Draft, Cassie Schmidt had the opportunity to sit and talk with Saquon. This is part 1 of a 2 part series, where Barkley talks about his time as a Whitehall Zephyr and everything he went through to get to where he is at today.
Feature on Southern Lehigh Lacrosse Face-off Star
If you know anything about lacrosse you know that the game can either be won or lost on the face-off 'X'. For Southern Lehigh, that certainly is not an area that they have struggled in. Thanks to Mike Sisselberger, they have won a lot of face-offs and a lot of games because of it. Gwen Begley got to sit down and talk with Sisselberger on his journey and how he got to where he is today.
Emmaus vs. Central Catholic Boys Lacrosse
Emmaus with a tough week taking on two District Champions in their respective classes, Allentown Central Catholic being one of those. A big test for both teams as Emmaus was looking to take down the Vikings who were coming off two straight wins, while the Hornets were looking to bounce back after their first loss of the season against Wilson West Lawn.
Headstrong Lacrosse Clinic at Southern Lehigh
The Southern Lehigh lacrosse programs recently held a clinic for a very special cause: the Headstrong Foundation. Founded in memory of Nick Colleluori, a Hofstra lacrosse player who passed away from non Hodgkins lymphoma in 2006. The foundation's mission is to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families.
Liberty vs. Northampton Boys Volleyball
The Liberty boys were looking to bounce back after their loss to Emmaus, while Northampton was aiming for win number 3-in-a-row as well as their first win in league play.
Logan Kreglow Trains For American Ninja Warrior
Whitehall high school and Cornell University alumni, Logan Kreglow is ready for the next step in a very long journey of his. A journey that started almost 6 years ago, when Logan would see his high school athletic career end pretty abruptly. But who doesn't love a good comeback story?
Saquon Barkley Day Parade
In a town that stretches less than a square mile, would be home to a parade that would celebrate a star both on and off the field. Saquon Barkley: you might remember him from his time at Whitehall where he would hurdle his opponents, or from Penn State University where the hurdling only continued. But for all that he has done on the field, a day dedicated to him wasn't just about those accomplishments, but also for the guy he is off the field. Thousands would show up in the town of Coplay, PA to celebrate Saquon. To wish him the best of luck in his new journey in the NFL in less than a month, but also to celebrate his parents for raising the man into who he is today in the "little town that could".
Emmaus Boys Lacrosse Under 1st Year Head Coach: Desi Gonzalez
Desi Gonzalez started his lacrosse coaching journey as an assistant coach at Emmaus high school where he helped to lead them to back to back District titles. From there, he went to Southern Lehigh to help lead that program to its' first District title, but now back at his roots at Emmaus as 1st year head coach, where he hopes to get the program back to its glory of another DXI Championship.
Central Catholic Boys Lacrosse Gear Up For 2018 Season
The Allentown Central Catholic boys lacrosse team has started their training indoors at the Iron Lake Sports Club. The Vikings are coming of their best season ever, winning both the EPC and District XI 2A Championships. They would win their first round game in PIAA States but would eventually lose in the quarterfinal round. The team is looking to take it a step further this year with high hopes of another run in the state playoffs.
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.
PIAA Team Wrestling Championship
It was one year ago that the Bethlehem Catholic wrestling team would lose in a nail-biter to the Nazareth Blue Eagles. This year would be a little bit different. The Hawks of Becahi would have a wonderful ending for both the team and head coach, Jeff Karam.
Wilson Defeats #4 Seed Catasauqua
The boys Colonial League quarterfinal took place on Saturday afternoon at the home court of Catasauqua. Earlier in the season Wilson defeated Catty, but by only a 5 point margin. A completely different story this time around as Wilson takes down Catsauqua in demanding fashion. The Warriors now look to avenge their regular season losses to Bangor in the Colonial League Championship.
Saucon Valley vs. Wilson in 2A District XI Wrestling Championship
District XI Championship wrestling was on tap at Freedom High School this past weekend. While the 3A finals were held on one side of the mat, the other side of the gym hosted the 2A Championship between Wilson and Saucon Valley. The Warriors were looking to take down the reigning District Champs, while the Panthers were hoping for their third straight title.
Liberty's Alex Serrano Marks 1,000
In EPC play, it was Liberty and Freedom meeting with more than just the city rivalry on the line. The two both needed a win in order to keep their postseason hopes alive. As well as one Liberty senior who was looking to join the schools' rather exclusive 1,000 point club.
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