Coming off an impressive individual postseason last year, the Northwestern wrestling team looks to build off the success it had last February and March when it sent four wrestlers to the state championships, including third-place finisher Caleb Clymer.
The Tigers return three of those state qualifiers from last year’s team. They will also welcome back a few grapplers who missed all or part of last season, including senior Matt Peters, a state qualifier as a freshman whose missed the last two postseasons due to injury.
Sabrina Mertz is the type of soccer player a coach can plug into multiple positions on the field. Whether it’s at forward or in the midfield area, Mertz doesn’t miss a beat.
This past season was a prime example of that. In her third year at Lehigh University, she played both positions for the womens soccer team and helped lead the Mountain Hawks to another successful season.
Muhlenberg’s Jake Najarian has gone through plenty of changes during his collegiate days.
One his biggest adjustments came just a few months ago. It was an adjustment the entire football team had to deal with.
Longtime Muhlenberg football head coach Mike Donnelly passed away in early October due to complications of leukemia. He was the coach to dozens of players in 2017 and hundreds in his 21 years as coach, including Najarian for four seasons.
The traditional after Thanksgiving firearms deer hunting season opener (Monday, Nov. 27) has, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC), the largest turnout of hunters who harvest about a quarter of the season’s bucks. But the agency says this season has the potential of seeing a buck harvest increase for the third straight year.
The reasoning behind this, says PGC Executive Director Bryan Burhans, is due to last year’s massive acorn crop and mild winter that paved the way for big bucks to get bigger and for more young bucks grow into legal racks.
For the second straight season, Jackson Becher and Lower Dauphin are all that separated Northwestern from a state championship.
The Tigers fell 4-1 to the District 3 champs Saturday at Hersheypark Stadium as Becher scored half of his team’s goals in the game. The Falcons’ earned their second straight state title game win over Northwestern.
Every high school sports program looks to improve each season. That’s not difficult for some downtrodden programs, but for the more successful teams, it can be nearly impossible.
After going 24-2 in 2015 and reaching the state semifinal game, Northwestern managed to get better in each of its next two seasons, including back-to-back trips to the state final.
March Madness might be several months away, but the Northwestern boys soccer team just made another successful journey down the road to high school’s soccer state final four.
The Tigers pulled out a 2-1 win over Hershey Saturday at Hamburg High School to advance to Tuesday’s PIAA Class 3A semifinal game for the third straight season.
Northwestern girls soccer head coach Kelly Bleam couldn’t have been prouder of her Northwestern girls soccer team.
She offered a heartfelt sentiment after the Tigers fell 1-0 to St. Basil in the PIAA Class 2A semifinals Tuesday at Upper Perkiomen High School.
“I certainly can’t say enough about the girls’ effort. I’m really proud of them,” Bleam said. “They certainly didn’t walk away saying I didn’t give it my best.
With an 89 percent success rate during the latest Pennsylvania elk hunting season, and with bulls weighing over 800 pounds, there’s no reason for Pennsylvania hunters to spend hard-earned money on an expensive elk hunt out west.
Those are some of the numbers reported by the Pennsylvania Game Commission of hunter success during the latest elk season that ended Nov. 4. The PGC said that 104 elk were taken by hunters during the regular one-week season. And for those licensed to hunt antlered elk, also known as bulls, the success rate was 100 percent.
Northwestern Lehigh cheerleaders were crowned the Colonial League’s Game Division champions at the annual Colonial League Cheerleading Competition last Wednesday at Catasauqua High School.
“It feels really great,” said Northwestern cheerleader Myah Sarwar. “It’s surreal.”
The Tigers took first place out of eight squads with a score of 244.5.
“I was definitely surprised because the past two years, we got second to Wilson,” Sarwar said.