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Scott McClary says it's not easy finding the right date to host the Muhlenberg Fall Shootout. "We always have to work around three factors in finding the right Saturday," McClary, the Mules' men's basketball coach said. "Our football team has to be away,...
Tags: Basketball, USA Today, College Basketball, Schools, Pate
PHILADELPHIA — We've seen this kind of domination before from a high school football program south of the Lehigh Valley and north of Philadelphia. In both 1991 and 1993 and again in three consecutive years from 1998 to 2000, Central Bucks West...
Tags: Football, Drew Gordon, High School Sports, Sports
It has become common knowledge that when the last unbeaten team in the NFL loses a game each season, members of the 1972 Miami Dolphins get together and pop the champagne corks to celebrate another year of being the only perfect team in NFL history....
With his best player on the bench after fouling out and several minutes still on the clock Friday, Tom Gallagher was trying to coax his team to close out an opponent for the first time in over a year. He wound up experiencing a celebration he never...
Bangor's Bryan Pearson threw the discus at least 181 feet twice and hurled the shot put a school-record distance all on the same day last month. Then the junior went to work. Natural talent got Pearson that far. He wants more. "Hitting those marks, I...
Like most people in the media, Jim Wills realizes that he's lucky to get paid to talk about football. He also realizes that a lot of people would love to trade places with him. So, no, Wills will never complain about any assignment. But anybody who...
John Eyer's introduction to the world of being a high school head coach couldn't have gone any better. He was named Emmaus' softball coach in 2000 and that year the Green Hornets went on to win the East Penn Conference, District 11 and PIAA 3A titles....
Tags: Softball, Robert Morris, High School Sports, Sports
In the days following his death last week at age 64, Dennis Schantzenbach has been called a nice guy by almost everyone that I've talked to who knew Dennis. And he was, truly, a nice guy. But somehow, those words don't do him justice because there are a...
One of the first things one notices upon entering Dick Tracy's family room — full of sports memorabilia — is a framed page from the old Sunday Call-Chronicle newspaper. "Whitehall 42-38," its headline blares. That refers to the score of the...
Saucon Valley High School has announced its inaugural class for induction into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place June 6 at the school's end-of-the-year awards program. Six individuals and one team from...
Christine Streisel spent 12 years throwing a baseball and softball. But it took just one time seeing former Tamaqua High School standouts Casey Wagner and Allison Updike toss the javelin to convert the eighth-grader in the summer of 2008. Streisel didn'...
— High school athletics has its share of problems. You know the list. •Kids transfer from one school to the next, often unabated. •Parents who see life and the team only through their child's eyes apply pressure on coaches and athletic...
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