SLATINGTON – Sarah Segan said Northwestern hasn't been looking ahead this season.
After blitzing Bangor, 6-0, in Tuesday's Colonial League girls soccer semifinals, Segan said the Tigers can now finally focus on avenging a loss in last year's CL title game.
"We want to win the league championship so bad," said Segan. "We've been trying to focus on taking things one game at a time the entire season. But now that we've made it [to the final] we can finally focus on it.
FLEETWOOD - Northwestern Lehigh golf coach Tim Miller was a happy man following the PIAA Eastern Regionals on Tuesday at Golden Oaks Golf Course.
Both Cole Miller and Nick Vecellio, the two Tigers that made the East Regional qualifier, shot rounds of 77 to earn spots in the PIAA 2A tournament next week at Heritage Hills Golf Course in York.
"They've been battlers all year," the coach said. "The best thing I like to say about these two young fellows is that golf is icing on the...
KINTNERSVILLE – Northwestern had its best Colonial League boys soccer regular season in four years. Despite Monday's loss in the league semifinal, the Tigers plan to continue their successful season next week.
"Our goal coming into this year was to finish with a medal, be it leagues or districts," said Northwestern head coach Nate Hunsicker. "We qualified for both. I think we're going to do everything in our power to not come up short of that goal."
The Tigers went 11-2 in...
With games remaining against the top three teams in the Colonial League and playoff hopes fading, the Northwestern football team is embracing the role of spoiler.
After a 57-19 loss to rival Northern Lehigh last Friday, the schedule only gets harder for the Tigers.
That starts this week against Pen Argyl on Saturday afternoon.
"You want to peak at the end of the year, so its good that you play championship-like teams every week," head coach Josh Snyder said. "You look at...
Thursday, Oct. 11
Marian Catholic defeated Northwestern in a non-league volleyball contest, 25-16, 25-12, 25-12.
Marykate Sherkness had 12 kills and eight digs to lead Marian. Grace Boyle added eight aces and four kills and Abby O'Donnell chipped in with 29 assists.
For Northwestern (7-6), Trista Cunningham had five kills. Sara Hufnagle had seven assists and Mariana Valencia added 11 digs.
Northwestern's start was exactly what head coach Josh Snyder wanted.
The rest of the game didn't quite go according to plan.
The Tigers took advantage of a couple of big plays by their special teams to score two touchdowns in the game's first 93 seconds.
But it was all Northern Lehigh after that as the Bulldogs rolled to a 57-19 mercy-rule victory Friday night.
"We talked about getting off to a good start tonight after getting off to slow starts the last couple of...
It might seem hard to believe, but the past two undefeated season for Northwestern's girls cross country team are the products of something that happened four years ago, maybe longer.
It started with the Tigers' 2009 team that went 26-0, led by seniors Lindsay Kerr, Ramzy Burns and Megan Handwerk.
This year's seniors were freshmen on that team and they learned from those upperclassmen.
"Those seniors were just incredible," said senior Lauren Alden. "I don't know where I'...
Northwestern-Northern Lehigh is one of those special rivalries.
To call it a friendly rivalry wouldn't be right. It wouldn't give justice to the hard-hitting, all-out contests the two schools have in every sport they play.
But it is one of those rivalries where both sides respect each other like no one else they face. They want to beat each other and do it with authority. But after the game they can shake hands and leave the grudges on the field.
With both teams still...
For two and a half quarters, Palmerton made it look as if Mason Schuler wasn't going to have a big game last Friday night.
Late in the third quarter however, Schuler had enough.
With his team trailing by a touchdown, Schuler went on a tear. He scored the game-tying touchdown, scored the go-ahead touchdown and added an insurance touchdown.
Schuler's first touchdown of the season sparked the Tigers' offense, which scored 31 unanswered points in a 38-21 win over the Blue...
Monday marked the first time in Northwestern school history that two golfers played in the District 11 championship tournament.
It also marked the first time a Tiger twosome advanced into the PIAA East Regional round.
Colonial League champ Cole Miller and teammate Nick Vecellio both placed in the top six at districts Monday at Shawnee Golf Course and both played well enough to advance to next week's regional at Golden Oaks Golf Course in Fleetwood.
Miller makes his...