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Track looks to earn Ws

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

In recent years, Catasauqua head track and field coach Glenn Reightler has had his share of great individual performers. But his season, the veteran coach expects to continue the trend and also gain some team victories along the way.

"We do have some people back who had strong seasons for us," said Reightler. "But we also more depth than we have had in the past in both the boys' and girls' teams. We should be able to gains some more wins than usual this season.

"We're off to a...

Dardis ready for next step

Wednesday, April 3, 2013 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

Jordan Dardis knows this season will be special.

If anyone should know, it is Dardis. For the past three seasons, she has been a pivotal person in the Roughies' softball program as she saw considerable time as a freshman.

Now a senior, Dardis has seen enough of the broken promises of the past and is ready to take the next step in the program's future this spring. One of the initial steps to success this season was a 10-0 shutout over Palmerton in the team's opener.


LVC teams win

Wednesday, April 3, 2013 by CHUCK HIXSON Special to the Press in Sports

The 38th Annual Via All-Star Classic tipped off at Northampton Community College Saturday, pitting teams from the Lehigh Valley Conference, Colonial League and Mountain Valley Conference against each other.

On the girls side, the Lehigh Valley West all-stars, comprised of players from Allen, Central Catholic, Dieruff, Emmaus, Parkland and Whitehall high schools took on a team of stars from the Colonial League, with players from Bangor, Palisades, Palmerton, Northwestern, Notre Dame...

Colonial Youth Football League adds three teams

Wednesday, April 3, 2013 by The Press in Sports

The Colonial Youth Football League (CYFL) will open the 2013 season with three new teams.

The league accepted and approved the addition of the Pen Argyl Green Knights, Saucon Valley Panthers and the Upper Saucon Storm. This is the second increase in as many years. The Rough Riders and Bangor Slaters began league play in 2012.

The CYFL formed in 2011 with seven associations. The founding members included: Northwestern, Northern Lehigh, Southern Lehigh, Wilson, Williams Township...

Boys, girls track teams drop two

Wednesday, April 3, 2013 by The Press in Sports

The Catasauqua track and field teams both dropped a pair of meets on Tuesday afternoon at Palisades.

The boys fell to the Pirates 98-51 and to Wilson 97.66-47.33. The girls lost to Palisades 118-28 and to the Warriors 103-44.

Several of the boys had big days for Catty. Tony Brinkley picked up two wins, taking the 800 in 2:14.0 and the 1600 in 4:47.0.

The boys also did well in the field events. Devin Flores won the pole vault clearing 10-0 and teammate Ty Kern was second...

Trexler, CHS look to avoid slow start

Wednesday, April 3, 2013 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

Jeff Trexler is among the seniors on the Catasauqua baseball roster who all realize that time might not be on their side.

Trexler and his teammates are well aware of their team's 0-8 start last season that eventually salvaged aspirations of a Colonial League and district playoff bid. The Roughies did rally late in the season.

Beginning this week, Catty had a 0-2 record and a Wednesday afternoon meeting with Pen Argyl signaled the start of a busy remainder of the 2013 campaign...

Baseball falls big to NHS

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

Catasauqua senior Zac Bradley wasn't overly concerned with his team's 17-2 loss to neighboring Northampton in their season opener.

For Bradley and his teammates, it was simply a matter of interpreting the meaning o f the opening game for both teams.

"We looked at it like a scrimmage," stated Bradley, who figures to be a major contributor in the Roughies' pitching plans this spring. "We certainly don't take a loss lightly, but that was the first time we were outside all spring....

Article By: The Press

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 by The Press in Sports

The Catasauqua Cosmos U-9 Girls Travel Team had an undefeated season in their winter indoor league at the Turff Club in Allentown. The team finished 11-0-1. The season ran from November until March. The girls scored a total of 91 goals in the season and only had 27 goals scored against them. All of the girls are either in second or third grade at Sheckler Elementary School in Catasauqua. Members of the team include: coaches on left - Dave Harth, Tone Toto; coaches on right - Tim Gebhardt,...

Girls ready to get going

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

Catasauqua's Paige Kogelman and her teammates have been anxious for too many weeks.

In fact, it was nearly four weeks before the Roughies opened their season with a game against Palmerton Wednesday afternoon, after Press deadlines.

During that time, Catty had one scrimmage and their usual season-opener against Moravian Academy was rescheduled due to their opponent's school holiday schedule. It has been a long time coming for the season to get underway.

"We're glad to...

Boys want fast start

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 by JEFF MOELLER Special to the Press in Sports

On paper, Catasauqua head baseball coach Steve Bradley believes his club could be a contender in the Colonial League this spring.

Problem is, his club needs to address those intangibles that plagued the Roughies most of last season when they began the year with a 0-8 start and then battled their way back to respectability.

"We had too many errors, too many men left on base to name a few," admitted Bradley. "At the start of the season, we also had problems with our pitchers...