It's been a back and forth tussle between the Husky and Zephyr wrestling programs the last few years, and this season found Whitehall emerging on top.
The Zephs upended Dieruff High School 42-27 to claim their first Lehigh Valley Conference Victory.
Head coach Tim Cunningham knew they would be in for a hotly contested match since their history indicated the outcome could hinge on a few close bouts.
"Dieruff is a very tough team and that match could have gone either way...
When the Zephyrs boys basketball team went into halftime down four points to visiting Liberty High School, it was a tempo that could possibly unlock a victory.
Considering that the Hurricanes (6-2) were averaging a little over 61 points per game and wanted to push the ball up the floor and take advantage of their size and experience, the 20-16 score at the break was a reason for optimism.
"The first half we did exactly what we wanted to do," said head coach Jeff Jones. "We...
The Whitehall swim team split against Allen. The girls rolled to a 117-53 victory while the boys fell 89-78.
The girls won all but one event in their meet and didn't have a multiple winner as eight different girls took home victories as well as all three relay teams.
Rachel Cuti won the 200 free in 2:21.35, Vicky Ceasar took the 200 IM in 2:42.89 and Melissa Holihan won the 50 free in 27.60. Maireed Doyle won the 100 fly in 1:09.15, Allison Emick touched first in the 100 free...
The Lehigh Valley Soccer Scholar Athlete Banquet will be held Sunday, Jan. 13, at 5:30 p.m. This year is the inaugural boys and girls joint banquet and it will take place at the Northampton Community Center.
Kareem K. Green is a midfielder with two career goals and three career assists. He ranks 89th with a 3.68 GPA out of 4.
He was a captain of the soccer team as well as a kicker in football.
Other activities include: volleyball, wrestling, Math Honor...
The Athletic Hall of Fame Committee in the Whitehall-Coplay School District is proud to announce its hall of fame class of 2013.
Four individuals will be honored at the induction ceremony, which will take place on Friday, Jan. 11, at Whitehall High School. The ceremony will be prior to the varsity boys basketball game between Emmaus and Whitehall, at approximately 6:45 p.m. The varsity game versus Emmaus will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m.
The Hall of Fame Class of 2013...
The latest installment of the Zephyr Duals found a new king of the hill, a team that has been knocking on the door at the annual wrestling tournament at Whitehall High School.
After coming in second and third the last two years, respectively, Stroudsburg High School ascended to the top of the heap, beating Paramus (N.J.) High School 38-30 in the finals.
In all, 15 teams participated at Zephyr Gymnasium on Dec. 5, ringing in the new year with some intense competition.
After losing a tough game to Liberty High School in overtime last week, the Whitehall girls basketball team was looking to bounce back against the Red Rovers.
Entertaining Easton Area High School inside their gym on Tuesday, the Zephs found themselves in a relatively tight contest in the first half, trailing only by three points.
But a familiar problem struck again in the second half as the Zephs struggled to put the ball in the basket, eventually losing 45-31.
On the eve of the National Hockey League finally ending the lockout, the Lehigh Valley Scholastic Hockey League returned to action after the holiday break.
Jeremy Hoffer staked the Emmaus ice hockey team to an early lead with two first period goals, and Michael Smoker nearly held a shutout, as the Green Hornets beat Bethlehem/Central Catholic 5-1 last Monday night in their first game after the long holiday break.
Emmaus entered the break 8-2-1, and in second place behind...
With visions of three pointers dancing in their head, the Zephyrs boys basketball team settled in for a savory victory over Pleasant Valley High School last week.
The Zephs unleashed a wellspring of offense on the Bears, ringing in a 65-33 win. They kept their foot on the accelerator for most of the game, applying both offensive and defensive pressure to record their third win. The win also helped ease the memory of a disappointing loss to Parkland High School the previous evening, as...
Three time Olympian and professional volleyball player Tayyiba Haneef-Park appeared in Catasauqua at a volleyball clinic hosted by Barry Lovelace, owner of the Barry Lovelace Athlete Training Academy at Lehigh Valley Christian High School in the former Lincoln Gym in Catasauqua.
Haneef-Park, a 6-7 outside hitter/ opposite who recently played in her third Olympics this past summer in London, used Lovelace's training as part of her workout program.
"This clinic provided local...