The 45th Annual Via All-Star Basketball Classic is set for Saturday, March 28 at Northampton Community College.
Super Saturday will include four all-star basketball games featuring the top senior players from the Lehigh Valley area. It begins at 10:30 a.m. with the North vs. South girls game, followed by their boys counterparts at noon.
After the 1:30 Special Olympics Shoot Out, the West vs. East girls (2 p.m.) and boys (3:30 p.m.) games will finish off the day.
The Whitehall boys basketball team backing into the District XI playoffs?
Not a chance!
The Zephyrs went into Parkland’s gymnasium last Friday night and grabbed that spot on their own, defeating the Trojans for the second time this season with a 41-39 victory that punched their ticket to the postseason dance.
Jubilation erupted once Tommy Buskirk deflected the inbounds pass with 2.1 second left on the clock, ultimately grabbing it to seal the win.
With their win over Moravian Academy last Tuesday, the Whitehall girls swim team proved that their success this season is no stroke of luck.
It’s been a testament to their depth, the true embodiment of what it means to be a team. Their 89-81 victory over the visiting Lions demonstrated their continued ability to rise to every challenge, whether it’s someone setting a personal record to secure points during a meet, or another swimmer shaving valuable seconds in their leg of a relay,...
The Whitehall wresting team’s climb through the District XI AAA Team Championships was halted by Freedom last Thursday, and after a final dual meet to close out the regular season, they’ll be looking to make their mark in the individual tournament.
Twelve teams gathered at Liberty’s Memorial Gymnasium for the 3A title, with the eleventh-seeded Zephyrs drawing Freedom in the opening round. The Patriots won 11 matches to defeat the Zephyrs 57-15, sending them into the quarterfinal round...
The Phantoms went through the first three months of the season without shutting out an opponent. In that stretch, their opponents shut them out three times, including once in back-to-back games.
Lehigh Valley got its first shutout of the season on Jan. 11 with Alex Lyon in goal and the next night, Jean-Francois Berube shutout Charlotte to give them back-to-back shutout wins. A week later, Berube added another shutout against Rochester and he collected his third shutout of the season...
The East Penn Conference boys and girls basketball semifinals and championship games will take place at the PPL Center in Allentown this year.
The boys semifinals are slated for Monday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. with the championship game on Thursday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m.
The girls semifinals are set to for Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. with the final taking place at 6 p.m. on the 13th as well.
All quarterfinal rounds will take place at the site of the...
Bethlehem Inter-Church Dart Baseball league
Standings Week 2-4
*Holy Trinity 8 4 .667
Fritz Wesleyan 8 4 .667
East Hills 7 5 .583
Christ UCC 5 4 .556
Holy Cross 5 4 .556
First UCC 5 4 .556
Schoenersville 5 4 .556
College Hill 6 6 .500
St. Peters 6 6 .500
Trinity UCC 4 5 .444
Christ Lutheran 4 5 .444
WS/Edgeboro 3 9 .250
Bethany UCC 3 9 .250
Holy Trinity at...
During their recent business meeting, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission approved the removal of their long-standing and traditional regulation that requires anglers display their fishing license on an outer garment while fishing.
The new ruling replaces that regulation and now follows a general possession requirement, which would require anglers to only have the license on them while fishing and present the license to a PFBC law enforcement officer upon request.
The District 11 wrestling tournaments kick off this week with Thursday’s 3A action taking place at Liberty and Northampton.
Top-seeded Nazareth will wrestle at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night at Northampton against the winner of the eight-nine matchup between Easton and Emmaus. At the bottom of the bracket, second-seeded Northampton will kick off at the same time as Nazareth, where they’ll meet the winner of seventh-seeded Stroudsburg and tenth-seeded Blue Mountain.
The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference announced the pairings for the wrestling championships.
The event will take place at Easton Area Middle School on Saturday, Jan. 25.
Cost for admission is as follows: adults $6, students $3, senior citizens $3.
Introductions will take place before the championship match.
Championship awards will take place after the championship match.
Round 1 (2 p.m.)
Weigh-ins: 1 p.m.
13th Place – PM East...