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  • Upcoming TV attractions: Matt Millen "A Football Life" & Darrun Hilliard/Villanova special

     
    The NFL Network will air its latest in the "A Football Life" series next week and this one will have special interest around here since it will feature the career and life of Whitehall and Penn State product Matt Millen. It includes an interview with...
  • The six biggest local winners from the Stellar Construction boys tournament

     
    We now, thankfully, have a three-day break between high school basketball tournaments. For a preview of the SportsFest basketball tournament, watch Service Electric TV2 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. But before we turn the page and look ahead, let's look back at...
  • Musikfest opening ceremonies honor its 30 years, Bethlehem renames street for Fowler

     
    The 30th anniversary edition of Bethlehem’s massive 10-day Musikfest opened Friday with a tribute by the city to one of its – and Musikfest’s – biggest arts supporters, and the return of the festival’s first-ever performer....
  • Jim Thorpe's defense, Catasauqua's Marshall stand out in Friday's rain, slop

    Jim Thorpe's defense, Catasauqua's Marshall stand out in Friday's rain, slop
    Paryss Marshall was supposed to be a decoy on the opposite side of the field. Zack Bradley was expected to roll to his left and throw left to another receiver. Instead, the duo connected for a 59-yard touchdown pass that sealed Catasauqua's win over...
  • Wait Until Next Year

     
    I wish I could report that The Morning Call's team emerged victorious from Saturday's first Oktoberfest Celebrity Skills Challenge. Unfortunately, despite the mad skills exhibited by some of my teammates, we finished third. Congratulations to the...
  • Five things to take away from my night at Whitehall-Central Catholic game

     
    Headed to New York City in a few minutes for the Lehigh-Columbia game. Fourth trip through New Jersey in the last month for me and the Mountain Hawks with previous trips to Monmouth, Princeton and Fordham over the past four weeks. Feel like I know every...
  • Clock has not run out yet for Northern Lehigh's longtime operator

    Clock has not run out yet for Northern Lehigh's longtime operator
    Dick Jones began one of his many capacities within the Slatington/Northern Lehigh School District in the fall of 1963. When Slatington's Alumni Field — located where Northern Lehigh High School now stands — got an electric scoreboard,...
  • Three things to look for in today's Lehigh-Georgetown game

     
    Lehigh is finally back at home for the first time in three weeks and just the second time in six weeks. The nationally-ranked Mountain Hawks, No. 16 and 18 in the FCS polls, finally open league play (at least league games that count) against Georgetown....
  • Saucon Valley's Evancho, Catasauqua's Bradley have Flashback Friday

    Saucon Valley's Evancho, Catasauqua's Bradley have Flashback Friday
    Saucon Valley coach Matt Evancho had a flashback Friday night when he got a sideline view of Catasauqua's ongoing assault on the Colonial League. It was during the 2001 Eastern Conference playoffs when Wilson, where Evancho was an assistant coach, was...
  • We signed the waiver and rode with Mario Andretti at Pocono

    We signed the waiver and rode with Mario Andretti at Pocono
    From the singing and wisecracking Flo on the Progressive spots to those annoying strummers who pop up at the end of the Geico "Happier Than …" commercials, I try to ignore advertising when watching TV. But when you have a local icon like Mario...
  • NBC analyst thinks Eagles are worth watching

    Throughout the Andy Reid era, the Philadelphia Eagles were the darlings of "Sunday Night Football." They were typically on the No. 1-rated show in all of prime-time television at least twice per year, even making a pair of appearances in the disastrous...
  • Sideline reporters and coaches often engage in a halftime tap dance

    Sideline reporters and coaches often engage in a halftime tap dance
    It happens every Saturday across the country. Football coaches begin running off the field and head toward their locker rooms, only to be interrupted by a sideline reporter — or two — who have been assigned to gain some kind of insight...