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PRESS PHOTO BY DON HERB Emmaus and Parkland battled to a 1-1 tie Monday. For more about the game see this week's issues of the Parkland Press and East Penn Press. Copyright - DON HERB PRESS PHOTO BY DON HERB Emmaus and Parkland battled to a 1-1 tie Monday. For more about the game see this week's issues of the Parkland Press and East Penn Press. Copyright - DON HERB

Article By: The Press

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 by The Press in Sports

BOYS SOCCER

Parkland-Emmaus

The Hornets and Trojans tied for the second time in two meetings this season.

Josh Kiser scored Parkland’s goal with an assist from Mark Stenske.

Jonathan Heberlein scored for Emmaus.

Hornet goal keeper Dylan Sosnow made nine saves, while Jacob Varrato stopped three shots for Parkland.

For more about the game and both teams, see this week’s editions of the East Penn Press and Parkland Press.

The Hornets won the JV game 2-1.

Whitehall-Northampton

The Konkrete Kids beat the Zephyrs 2-1 in overtime.

Paul Connolly scored the game-winning goal with an assist from Tyler Andrews. Ryan Keenan (assisted by Jason Santos) scored Northampton’s first goal.

Tony Rodriguez scored Whitehall’s goal to put his team ahead 1-0 in the first half.

Goal keeper Bailey Luckenbill made eight saves for the Zephs. Brady Rimple stopped a pair of shots for the Kids.

Liberty-Easton

The Hurricanes beat the Red Rovers 3-1.

Liberty goals were scored by Sammy Abiles, Alexander Kang and Trevor Koski. Assists went to Ricardo Carcamo, Valentine Perevalov and Evan Larimer.

Bethlehem Catholic-Allen

The Canaries beat the Golden Hawks 2-0.

Allen goals were scored by Jonny Hernandez and Javahnne Alexanders.

Bethlehem Catholic goal keeper Tim Corley made seven saves.

Jim Thorpe-Catasauqua

The Olympians beat the Rough Riders 4-2.

Catasauqua goals were scored by Jon Dweck and Grant Gebhardt. Roughie goal keepers Samir Safadi and Luke Creyer stopped 12 shots in the game.

Jim Thopre had four different players score in the contest.

GIRLS SOCCER

Emmaus-Parkland

The Trojans beat the Hornets 4-0.

Parkland goals were scored by Brooke Schutter (2), Rachel Laird and Rachel Medlar. Assists went to Helen Flynn and Schutter.

The Hornets’ Jess Harnett made six saves in goal.

For more about the game see this week’s issues of the Parkland Press and East Penn Press.

FIELD HOCKEY

Bethlehem Catholic-Freedom

The Golden Hawks beat the Patriots 1-0.

Grace Downey scored the game’s only goal. It was unassisted and came with just 4:46 left in the game.

Wilson-Northwestern

The Tigers beat the Warriors 1-0.

Northwestern’s Camryn Beers scored on a penalty corner with 2:35 left in the first half with an assist from Courtney Page.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Nazareth-Freedom

The Blue Eagles beat the Patriots 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-20).

Lauren Achey had nine kills for Freedom. Teammate Julia Roman had seven kills and five digs, while Courtney Turocy dished out 18 assists to go along with five digs. Freedom won the JV game 2-1.

Northampton-Notre Dame (GP)

The Crusaders beat the Konkrete Kids 3-0 (26-24, 25-20, 25-19).

Kayla Vaught had nine kills and four blocks for Notre Dame.

Jim Thorpe-Catasauqua

The Olympians beat the Rough Riders 3-0 (25-6, 25-14, 25-6).

Jim Thorpe was led by Jillian Peterson’s four aces, three blocks and four kills.