Catasauqua Press

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Hicks continues to shine in goal for Roughies

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by JEFF MOELLER in Sports

Last season, Catasauqua’s Maddie Hicks was named as the Colonial League first team goalkeeper, as he has a banner year with 178 saves.

However, she admittedly wasn’t expecting it.

“My coach pulled me aside to tell me,” said Hicks. “I didn’t have any clue that I would be mentioned. I was so surprised, and I didn’t expect it at all.

“It felt really great being recognized by other players and coaches for what I was able to do for the team. I definitely hope I can continue...

Harriers enjoy nice start to season

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by JEFF MOELLER in Sports

Catasauqua’s early cross country returns can be a successful run for the Roughie harriers throughout the season.

The Roughies’ girls squad took second place in the class A bracket of the Moravian Academy Invitational Aug. 30 to begin the season.

Junior Lexi Rushatz topped the field for Catty with a 12th-place finish from the 109-girl field. Overall, the Roughies finished seventh as a team.

“The girls are off to a great start,” said head coach Kyle Rusnock. “They ran...

Troxell helping to lead the Catty boys soccer team

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by JEFF MOELLER in Sports

Derek Troxell may only be a junior, but he certainly is one of the elder statesman on the Catasauqua soccer team.

He has taken the cue from his older brother, Devon, who graduated last year and was a mainstay on the team as well in the community.

In his team’s recent 7-0 win over Dieruff, Troxell not only scored a pair of goals, but he also provided the team with insight and leadership.

“That was a much-need win for us,” said Troxell, whose team raised its mark to 3-5...

Hozza shoots 73 for Moravian

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by The Press in Sports

The Moravian College football team held a lead through most of the first half and the majority of the fourth quarter until visiting McDaniel College scored its only touchdown of the game with 12 seconds remaining to earn a 13-10 victory over the host Greyhounds at Rocco Calvo Field Saturday in the Centennial Conference opener for each school.

The Hounds dropped their first home game of the season as the squad turned the ball over seven times and had a punt blocked while still having...

Pete’s Top-10: Eagles soar to top

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by PETER CAR in Sports

We have a new team at the top of the poll following Nazareth’s 35-33, thrilling win over Freedom last Friday night.

It was one of the best high school games the area has seen in a while and now the Blue Eagles have the task of upholding their status at the top by hosting Bethlehem Catholic Friday night. It could mark back-to-back weeks where Nazareth is involved in the top contest in the area and those things tend to happen when you have the best quarterback in the region with Anthony...

District 11 Notes Through Week 3

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by DUKE HELM in Sports

DISTRICT 11

NOTES

Week 3

Running Backs

Nahjee Adams of Easton is the early district leader with 686 yards rushing through the first 3 weeks of the season. Brady Miller of Williams Valley is 2nd with 643 yards and Brandon Camire of Emmaus is the 3rd with 636 yards. Camire has rushed for over 200 yards in all 3 games. Camire also leads the District with 11 total TDs scored.

Asher Smith of Southern Lehigh has scored 10 TDs and Tavion Banks of Bethlehem...

Article By: The Press

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by The Press in Sports

CATTY 120S IMPROVE TO 3-1

Catasauqua’s flag football team beat Palisades 28-19 for their first win of the year and they now stand at 1-3 on the season. Catty got runs from Austin Younes, Austin Delgado, Eli Palowski and Brody Armbruster.

The 100s lost a close game Palisades, 13-12. Two TD runs came from Cody Rothy and Cole Swartz in the loss and the 100s are now 1-3 on the season.

The 120s beat Palisades 19-13. Hammad Jenkins had a punt return for TD and TD run in the...

Article By: The Press

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by The Press in Sports

DARTS

Suburban Dart League

Standings

Bath Luth 5 1 .833

Salem UCC 4 2 .667

St. Stephen’s 2 1 .667

Star of Beth 2 1 .667

Farmersville 3 3 .500

Dryland 3 3 .500

Ebenezer 3 3 .500

Emmanuel 3 3 .500

Light of Christ 2 4 .333

St. Paul’s 2 4 .333

Christ UCC 1 5 .167

St. Paul’s (5-4) at St. Stephen’s (2-0, 1-0)

SS - Dave Blaukovitch 6-12, Jon Hoysan 4-12 HR, Gary Buczynski 4-12, Nathan Naprava HR...

Catty travels to Wilson looking for first win

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by JEFF MOELLER in Sports

Catasauqua had its first win of the season in its sights when it trailed winless Palisades 13-0 at halftime at Alumni Field last Friday night. They had intercepted a pass late in the half that gave them some momentum.

Unfortunately, the Roughies (0-4) quickly lost their focus.

Palisades (1-3) erupted with 29 unanswered points after halftime and cruised to a 42-0 victory at Alumni Field.

“We played pretty well on defense the first half,” said Roughies’ head coach Mike...

Outdoors: PGC taking input on CWD

Thursday, September 19, 2019 by NICK HROMIAK in Sports

With an increasing number of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) cases occurring within certain areas of Pennsylvania’s deer herd, the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) is soliciting input from sportsmen on a response plan before more areas are affected.

To date the CWD has designated three CWD areas: Disease Management Area 3 (DMA3), encompasses WMU 2E and includes parts Jefferson and Indiana counties; DMA2, the largest of the affected areas, covers WMUs 4B, 4A, 5A and parts of 2G and 4D...