The Whitehall girls soccer team knocked off Emmaus 3-0 in a recent game.
Ivanna Jones scored twice in the win and Jillian Kreglow added a goal as well as the Zephs improved to 8-0-1 on the season.
Kylee Cunningham picked up two assists and Taylor George assisted on a goal.
Shianne Reimer picked up the shutout in net.
Before that, the girls blanked Pleasant Valley 3-0.
Taylor George scored unassisted to get the Zephs on the board and Kyle Saliby and Erica Juliano also added unassisted tallies in the first half.
Shianne Reimer got the win in net.
The Whitehall boys and girls cross country teams competed in a meet at Easton with Nazareth and Northampton.
The girls suffered two, heartbreaking losses by just one point - falling to the Kids 27-28 and the Eagles 28-29. The Rovers topped Whitehall 15-50
Katie Bacher of Emmaus won the girls race in 19:10. Emmaus and Central Catholic also competed but are Whitehall’s buddy schools.
Autumn Dragovits was the Zephs highest girl finisher coming in 15th at 22:01. Hannah Gill was 23rd in 23:01 and Juanita Flores was 30th in 23:18.
New to the Lehigh Valley Connie Mack league this year, the Balliet Vikings made quite an impression.
The team finished 13-4-1 and swept Bangor in the Lehigh Valley playoffs to earn a trip to the state tournament. Comprised of players from Central Catholic, however not a school-sanctioned team, the guys played their home games at Sammy Balliet Stadium in Coplay as a way to extend their season and get some additional playing time together as a team.
The experience left Ed Roman, one of the head coaches, impressed with what he saw in the Lehigh Valley.
Once friendly rivals, Coplay and Fullerton have combined their squads this year to take on the always-competitive teams of the Lehigh Valley Connie Mack Baseball League.
Now known as Whitehall, the team is off to a 4-4 start as of early this week with 10 games to play.
Unfortunately, there wasn't a whole lot of time for everyone to get acclimated.
"We only had time for one practice before the season started, but things are starting to come together now," said first-year coach Zachary Winter.