100 – 1. Emily Zoscin (Weatherly) 12.73, 2. Emma Dunbar (Jim Thorpe) 12.76, 3. Emily Demalis (Shenandoah Vy.) 12.82.
200 – 1. Lydia Bottelier (Palisades) 25.05, 2. Nilitza Malave (Pine Grove) 26.44, 3. Emily Demalis (Shenandoah Vy.) 26.5.
400 – 1. Lydia Wallace (Jim Thorpe) 1:00.31, 2. Sara Manbeck (No. Schuylkill) 1:01.02, 3. Alexis Disora (Notre Dame GP) 1:01.29.
800 – 1. Tina Capparell (Marian Catholic) 2:18.11, 2. Lydia Wallace (Jim Thorpe) 2:20.08, 3. Olivia Cory (Minersville) 2:23.08.
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms went into Toronto on a mission to do something that no other team has done this postseason; beat the Marlies on their home ice. Toronto has gone 7-0 at home this postseason after winning all five home games in last year’s playoffs. While the effort was there, the result wasn’t and Toronto has jumped out to a 2-0 lead in games over the Phantoms in their best-of-seven Eastern Conference Championship series. The series now returns to Lehigh Valley for the next three games.
Steelstacks in Bethlehem is again hosting their fourth Step Outdoors Lehigh Valley program that is two-days of presentations, hands-on activities, educational programs for the entire family. It’s an effort to promote what the great outdoors has to offer. The program is set for June 2-3 at Steelstacks.
Mark Seremula again happened to be at the right place at the right time.
Three years ago, Seremula left his girls’ basketball assistant’s job at Wilson and met then Catty head girls’ basketball coach Ed Seidick at the Roughies’ annual athletic department golf tournament. Ironically, Seremula is a Catasauqua resident.
It proved to be a productive connection in many ways as Seremula joined Seidick’s staff.
After an impressive showing at the recent Colonial League meet, Catasauqua sent a strong contingent to the PIAA District 11 Track and Field Championships this week at Whitehall High School.
“We were very, very pleased with everything,” said head coach Kyle Rusnock. “All of the coaches did an outstanding job at getting the runners prepared. Everybody hit their PR (personal record).
“They were all ready to compete at a high level. We had a great work ethic”
Starting off its busy May slate, Bethlehem Steel FC battled hard but fell on the road to the Charleston Battery, 2-1, at MUSC Health Stadium.
DARTS: Salem Lutheran wins lv title
In the 63rd Lehigh Valley Championship Series between the Suburban League and City League, it was Salem Lutheran of the Suburban League beating East Hills Moravian of the City League 3 games to 0, for their 16th Lehigh Valley Championship.
Two years ago, Catasauqua’s softball program figure it would take a different turn.
Perennial Colonial League and District 11 contenders for a number of years, the loss of key veterans and a handful of budding players pointed to a rebuilding year that eventually resulted in a 2-17 season.
This year, the Roughies found themselves in a similar situation with four seniors and a number of inexperienced players on the varsity level for the first time. The final results again were similar, but the path taken was a different one.
After the Charlotte Checkers literally manhandled the Phantoms at the PPL Center in game two of their division championship series, nobody would have predicted that the Phantoms would go on the road and sweep the next three games to win the series.
The 6-0 drubbing in game two seemed to have sent a message to the Phantoms who responded by winning three straight - including a historic game four – to head to the Conference Championship against the Toronto Marlies.
If you’re hankering to fish for some hard fighting and tasty striped bass, head over to New Jersey.