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Northwestern girls play in semi

Thursday, July 23, 2015 by TODD KRESS in Sports

While a championship in the summer would be nice, the main goal of the Northwestern coaching staff is improving its girls' basketball team throughout the offseason.

So, when the Tigers are paired up with Class AAAA schools from the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference they don't mind it one bit. In fact, the Tigers prefer that challenge as they face schools of that stature regular season nonleague games.

During last week's SportsFest A-Town Throwdown Tournament at Allentown's Cedar Beach Park, the Tigers experienced plenty of that competition firsthand.

Chance of a lifetime

Thursday, July 16, 2015 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Northwestern soccer players enjoy World Cup trip

Millions of people watched the Women's FIFA World Cup from their own homes.

Thousands of others had the opportunity to watch the games from celebratory events in the Lehigh Valley, such as the Soccerfest and Viewing Party at Bethlehem's SteelStacks.

But only a select few had the chance to watch a game from that tournament live in the host country of Canada.

Tiger boys play three games at Stellar

Thursday, July 16, 2015 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Head coach Billy Hallman and his Tiger boys basketball team experienced much of everything in the recent Stellar "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase.

There was a close, competitive game against a out-of-the-area team in Twin Valley. There was a decisive victory against a fellow Colonial League foe in Pen Argyl. And there was a matchup against a far more talented and athletic squad from out of the area in Bonner Prendergast.

Haaf's OT goal lifts Tigers over Liberty

Thursday, July 2, 2015 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Even without nearly half of his team's starters in last week's summer game, one thing remained constant from last fall's squad-leading goal-scorer JD Haff.

Against an Eastern Pennsylvania Conference (EPC) team in Liberty last Wednesday, Haaf was one of just a handful of Northwestern starters from last season that were in uniform. But that didn't stop the Tigers from pulling out a gritty overtime victory after allowing a late equalizing goal in the final minutes.

Tigers find trouble scoring early

Thursday, June 18, 2015 by TODD KRESS in HS Sports

If finding scoring on the offensive end of the court isn't Northwestern's main focus at this point in the offseason, it's certainly a key aspect right now.

The Tigers, who graduated a number of their top scorers from the winter, have struggled to consistently score throughout their summer season in the Stellar Construction Summer League. That issue became evident once again on Tuesday night.