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  • Parkland girls basketball team facing crammed schedule

    Parkland girls basketball team facing crammed schedule
    With no holiday tournament on its schedule, Parkland planned to use the break to practice and prep for Phase 2 of its season. The Trojans will find out by the end of next week how much progress they have made. While the wicked early-winter weather has...
  • On a cold winter's night, unbeaten Central has people thinking about the start of spring

    On a cold winter's night, unbeaten Central has people thinking about the start of spring
    Considering how Mother Nature has condensed and crunched the area's high school boys basketball schedule, Central Catholic coach Dennis Csensits has calculated precisely how many games and practices are left in the regular season for his Vikings. He has...
  • More Mark Ross ... and lots of Brad Bormann

     
    Had a great chat with Mark Ross the other day for the feature article that appears in Wednesday’s Morning Call print edition. Because we’re limited in what we can use in print, I thought I’d share more of the interview......
  • Central Catholic's '93 state title football team still has strong bonds, great memories

    Bowl games were being shown on some of the TVs at Volpe's Sports Bar in Emmaus on Saturday night, but most of the attention was focused on a couple of screens showing games from 20 years ago. That's where highlights of Central Catholic's 1993 PIAA...
  • Colonial League football classes for 2014-15

     
    The Colonial League football standings in 2014 figure to have different contenders at the top, thanks to large and highly successful graduation classes at Catasauqua, Southern Lehigh and Pen Argyl, plus a new coach at Wilson. One thing that isn't......
  • High school hoops preseason tour: Stop No. 1 is at Parkland

     
    Monday marked the official start of practice for the winter sports season, including boys basketball. I am not the best at math, but I count 18 days starting with Monday and leading into the basketball season openers on Friday, Dec. 6. The goal for me...
  • Eight new members to be inducted into the Phillipsburg/Easton Hall of Fame

     
    I just wrote about Frank Lane, the former Easton running back who is now a Parkland assistant. Frank is most proud of the fact that he will be inducted into the Phillipsburg/Easton Hall of Fame on Thursday morning at 9 a.m. at Fisher Stadium, prior to the...
  • Parkland, Catty climb in state polls, plus latest LVC standings and stats

     
    Parkland's convincing win over Whitehall in the District 11 Class 4A football semifinals has it climbing in the latest Harrisburg Patriot-News 4A poll. The Trojans jumped from No. 10 to No. 7 after beating Whitehall 27-10 last week. Whitehall remains........
  • Two fixtures on the local high school football scene are changing directions

    Mark Berner and Rich Gierula were teammates on a very strong Whitehall team in 1981, a Zephyrs squad that shared the East Penn Conference title with Emmaus and Dieruff. It was part of a four-year period from 1980-83 when Whitehall won or shared the...
  • PIAA football: Catasauqua without star player

     
    Catasauqua’s casualty list in the second half of this season continues to grow. Senior running back/linebacker Ra’Von Burton (left) will not play tonight’s PIAA Class 2A playoff game against Lake-Lehman because of a torn ACL in his...
  • YANKEES LOSING CANO TO SEATTLE, GRANDERSON TO METS

    YANKEES LOSING CANO TO SEATTLE, GRANDERSON TO METS
    Free agent Robinson Cano will leave the Yankees for a 10-year, $240-million deal with the Seattle Mariners. … Also, the Mets have a 4-year, $60-million deal with former Yankee outfielder Curtis Granderson, pending a physical. … As for the...
  • Imhotep Charter too much for Catasauqua

     
    PHILADELPHIA — Deandre Scott is among the state’s best players, regardless of classification. He is not a running back, quarterback or wide receiver. But he became a little bit of all three in returning a punt 57 yards for a......