The Whitehall volleyball team has dropped two recent matches to league powerhouses.
Last Thursday, April 4, the boys lost to Parkland at home in four sets, 3-1.
One Tuesday night, Whitehall fell to red-hot Liberty team 3-1. After falling 25-20 in the first set, the Zephs won set two 25-16. Unfortunately, they would fall in two very close sets in three a four, 25-23 and 27-25.
The Zephyr track team burst out of the gates in their first dual meet, leaving Freedom High School in their wake.
Both the boys and girls won, with the boys earning a 113-38.5 victory, while the girls handed the Patriots a 107-43 loss.
Sebesta said he was a bit surprised at the margin of victory, believing that Freedom would present a bigger challenge, but they were able to sweep many of the events en route to both wins.
"I think things kind of fell our way," said...
Number seven proved to be lucky when local track teams descended on the Zephyr Sports Complex to compete in the annual Zephyr Relays.
After enduring a number of years of inclement weather more indicative of December football than spring track, the relays actually had dry and fair conditions last Saturday as nine teams participated in 14 events that encompass running, jumping and throwing.
Whitehall head track coach Jim Sebesta said the conditions were favorable and that it was...
During their recent annual spring training trip to Myrtle Beach, the Whitehall Zephyr Varsity Baseball and Softball teams presented Robert Lammi, VP of The Miracle League of Northampton County, with a $1000 check to help those in need to have the opportunity to play ball this spring and summer. The money was raised during a recent bowl a thon sponsored by the baseball and softball booster clubs. GREAT JOB ZEPHYRS !!
It's been a blazing start for the Zephyr baseball team as they were undefeated heading into action this week.
Whitehall was 6-0 , getting a mix of solid pitching and timely hitting until they ran into Liberty Tuesday afternoon and suffered their first defeat of the season, 6-5.
It's a team that can do a lot of things well: pitch, play defense and hit. Head coach Shaun O'Boyle said that they also excel in another area that's sometimes overlooked, and that's been a prime reason...
With the baseball season just under way, the Zephyrs have all ready demonstrated the ability to come through in the clutch.
That was the case in their league opener against Northampton Area High School as they found themselves trailing by two runs heading into the top of the sixth. That's when the Zephs put their crunch time heroics to use, coming up with a bases-loaded double by Tyler Sweeney to give them a 5-4 lead. A balk closed out the scoring in the frame, allowing the Zephs to...
It's been a bit of a bumpy start for the Whitehall girls softball team as they begin the 2013 campaign.
After dropping their league opener to Northampton Area High School 2-1, they won their next non-conference game against Pocono Mountain West 17-0, but that was quickly erased by a staggering 15-3 loss to Nazareth Area High School on Tuesday.
They currently sit at 1-3, the other loss coming at the hands of Chartiers-Houston High School as part of the Cal Ripken Experience held...
When the Whitehall girls hit the track this season, they'll have a couple of record breakers who will anchor a strong team that has talent across the field.
Angela Stella, who broke the school record in the 800 meters last year, and Emily Brand who accomplished that feat in the 1,600, are back and poised to make another run at those marks. Head coach Jim Sebesta said that both runners are capable of shattering their records and looks forward to this season of possibilities.
The Whitehall volleyball team swept Nazareth Tuesday night.
The Zephs won 25-14, 25-17 and 25-19.
Tony Hanna had 25 assists, Nicholas Kuti had 10 kills and Elias Azar added six more kills.
Whitehall is now 2-1.
Back on March 28, Whitehall defeated Northampton in five sets 15-25, 25-19, 25-21, 21-25, 15-9.
Kuti had 20 kills, 13 digs and four blocks. Bobby Deobil had 19 kills and three blocks and Brandon Yazji had 22 digs. Hanna had 52 assists.
Whitehall head boys' tennis coach Austin Berg can compare his program to the empire of ancient Rome.
He knows it won't be built in a day or likely even this year, but he is confident it is on its way.
The second-year head coach didn't win a match last season, but it certainly wasn't a discouragement. Instead, Berg continued to plug away with any method he could find to enhance the program.
This season, the Zephyrs have a victory over Allen through their first six matches...