The Catty field hockey team beat up on Wilson 10-1.
Quinn Bachman had a big day scoring four goals and adding two assists in the win. Her goals were four of the first five scored by the Roughies.
Jordan Wasser had the team’s third goal.
Olivia Schlofer, Morgan Meckes, Kenzie Bradley, Jackie Garner and Alyssa Proctor were the other scorers for the Roughs.
The girls outshot Wilson 19-5 and Hannah Greenberg stopped four shots.
Catty volleyball lost 25-7, 25-5, 25-6 to Notre Dame Green Pond.
The team also lost to Northwestern 25-8, 25-4, 25-3.
Catty’s girls’ soccer won their third game of the season against Jim Thorpe.
Hanasia Jenkins continued her hot streak and scored goals in each half, breaking a 1-1 tie after intermission.
Katelin Gillespie had nine saves in net to earn the win, including one on a penalty kick. She deflected the initial shot away but wasn’t able to stop the rebound shot by Monae Bullock, which went in for the Olympian’s goal.
Catty had 13 shots on goal to Jim Thorpe’s 12.
The field hockey team knocked off Saucon Valley 4-0 as Quinn Bachman had a huge day for the Roughs.
There was going to be no denying the Catasauqua girls soccer team on this day.
The entire high school was dismissed at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 22, to attend the funeral services of beloved teacher Mr. Edward Whitehead, who passed away at the all-too-early age of 44.
The start of the girls soccer game against Northern Lehigh that day was pushed back from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. to give everyone on the Catty side time to mentally prepare after what was a very difficult morning.
The Catasauqua cross country teams took on the Tigers, Bulldogs and Bombers in a home meet from Tuesday afternoon at Bicentennial Park in East Allen Township.
The boys dropped all three but the girls managed to knock off Palmerton 15-50.
Cam Ritter paced the Catty boys with a 29th place finish in 20:27. Next up was Mitchell Phillips in 54th in 22:08 followed by Bradshaw Henning in 22:27.
Zach Svetik of Palmerton won the boys race in 16:59.
There may have been some surprised high schools in the area who thought they missed the boat when it was announced that Dave Troxell was back to coach the Catasauqua girls basketball team.
But they can rest assured that they didn't really miss out at all...
"I really only ever thought about coaching at Catty," said Troxell. "I am a die-hard Catasauqua Rough Rider, brown and white are my favorite colors. I have grown up, went to school, work, and live in Catasauqua all in the past 42 years, so it never crossed my mind to coach anywhere else."