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Boys fall to Bangor

Thursday, December 20, 2012 by JOE ZEMBA Special to the Press in Sports

Bangor won its 34th out of 35th Colonial League games, 61-38, at Catasauqua High School on Tuesday night.

The Slaters and Roughies distributed the ball well, the difference was Catty only shot 20-percent in the first half and 30-percent overall.

Bangor had four players in double figures. Justin Ringland banged three treys on his way to 15 points. Freshman Michael Martino pumped in 12 points and made four assists. Colton Freeman, and the only returning starter from the Colonial...

Roughs fall to Nazareth

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 by JOE ZEMBA Special to the Press in Sports

Catty fell to Nazareth 57-36 to open the season at the Catty High School Gym in a non-league contest.

"We did not have much on Nazareth because they had not played any games yet," said head coach Eric Snyder. "One of our scouts did see them scrimmage against Pius X and Pen Argyl."

Catty knew of Grant Searfoss, 16 points, and Austin Cordero, 11 points, and that they were good players.

"When they went to zone they outscored us 19-2. We went from four up to 13 down," Snyder...

Catty girls drop opener to Mahanoy

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 by JOE ZEMBA Special to the Press in Sports

Chad Werkheiser's Lady Rough Riders had the unenviable task of opening the 2012-2013 basketball season at Mahanoy Area, a perennial playoff, team last Friday night. The girls fell 54-39.

Coach Werkheiser said, "It was a good overall game for us to start."

Katie Bucynski from Catasauqua High led all scorers with 19 points. Alexa Leshko of Mahanoy Area answered back with 17 in the non-league contest.

"I just kept taking jump shots and took a three," said Buczynski. "I...

Wrestlers go 3-2 at Catasauqua Duals

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 by The Press in Sports

The 2012 Catasauqua Duals Wrestling Tournament took place on Saturday, Dec. 8.

Scranton took first, Pius X was second and Palmerton was third.

Catty went 3-2 in the duals. They defeated Lake Lehman 34-33 in their first match and followed that with a loss to Pius X 38-27. Catty won over Allen, 55-24 in their third match. The Roughs would then fall to eventual winner Scranton 52-18 before defeating Central in their final match, 48-22.

The Leroy Bolmer Outstanding Wrestler...

Edwards hopes boys can get back to districts

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

With nearly four years in the Catasauqua athletic programs, Zac Edwards is confident he can spot success in the making and he isn't afraid to take charge.

Edwards himself has been successful on the baseball field where he was a team captain and his play has earned him a scholarship to Lebanon Valley College next fall. He also was a captain on the school's cross country team this fall.

With two games under his belt on the basketball court, Edwards is also confident his hardwood...

CL honors retirees

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 by The Press in Sports

The Colonial League recognized it recent retirees at its full member meeting at Green Pond Country Club last Wednesday morning, Dec. 5.

Recognized were: Don Harakal - Athletic Director, Southern Lehigh High School; Anthony Koury - Athletic Director, Notre Dame-Green Pond High School; Dwight Repsher - Athletic Director, Pen Argyl Area High School; Ken Fisher - Colonial League Website Coordinator, League Scheduler and League Historian, Northwestern Lehigh High School.

On behalf...

Boys have lots of depth

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

In his ideal basketball world, Catasauqua head boys' basketball coach Eric Snyder would like to have a rotation anywhere from eight to 10 players. In the past, the veteran coach noted having that type of rotation lead to successful seasons in the Roughies' past.

If everything falls into place this winter, Snyder should have his wish.

Taking a cue from their highly successful football program, the Roughies' hoopsters will have a roster full of depth this winter, notably with...

A look back... Catty's football team crushed the competition

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

When reflecting on the recent season, Catasauqua head football coach Tom Falzone had some mixed feelings.

He was disappointed his team's season ended rather abruptly, but he also realized there is the opportunity for plenty of improvement ahead.

"We had the ending of one chapter and the beginning of another one," said Falzone after his team ended its 2012 season with a win over Northampton on Thanksgiving after a loss to Pen Argyl in the District 11 Class 2A final. "We thought...

Girls just missed making playoffs

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 by JOE ZEMBA Special to the Press in Sports

Catasauqua High School head girls volleyball coach Lindsay Arndt summarized the volleyball season, saying the seniors really stepped up.

"I am so proud of each of them and I will miss coaching them," Arndt said.

Arndt said the last win was icing on the cake, especially after just missing the district playoffs due to losing the game before against Northampton.

"We knew that we hadn't made our goal of districts, but they wanted to still finish out the season and they did...

Catty goes out with a victory

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

After a possible team-shattering loss in the Class 2A district final a week earlier, Catasauqua's football team went back to business again.

Having a 10-point lead at halftime over archrival Northampton in their traditional Thanksgiving morning tilt, the Roughies exploded for 29 unanswered points in a 52-21 romp over the Konkrete Kids before a standing-room-only crowd at Alumni Field.

With the win, the Roughies finished with a 12-1 mark, tying the school record for victories...