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Tigers U15 lacrosse team captures Battle of the Valley Championship

Thursday, June 13, 2013 by STAN KELSON in Sports

In only their second year of play (NYAA started offering Lacrosse in 2012) the U15 Northwestern team won it's division in their end of the year tournament deemed The Lehigh Valley Youth Lacrosse League Battle of the Valley.

They defeated Nazareth in the Semi-Final round 4-2 to advance to the Championship round where they then took on Bethlehem Township.

2013 McDonald's All Star team released

Thursday, June 13, 2013 by The Press in Sports

Rosters have been released for the 2013 McDonald's Lehigh Valley All-Star Football Classic.This year's game will be held Thursday, June 20 at Nazareth High School's Leh Stadium.

All star senior players from Lehigh, Carbon and Monroe counties will make up the Red team. They will take on their Goldd team counterparts from Northampton County and Palisades and Phillipsburg high schools.

The Gold team will be head coached by Pen Argyl's Paul Reduzzi, while Southern Lehigh's John Toman takes charge of the Red squad.

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Northern Valley opens up 2013 season

Thursday, June 13, 2013 by PATRICK MATSINKO in Sports

Rebuilding is something Brad Rauch wasn't forced to do in his first two years as Northern Valley's baseball coach.

But as Rauch begins his third season, that's exactly what he's faced with as the Chargers (1-3) begin play in the highly competitive Lehigh Valley Legion League.

Northern Valley enjoyed a tremendously successful season in Rauch's first year, as the team went 15-3 in 2011 and captured the regular season title. That momentum carried into last summer, as the Chargers went 9-9 and again earned a spot in the playoffs.

Tigers get three straight wins

Thursday, May 9, 2013 by TJ ENGLE in Sports

There's no better time to be playing well than at the end of the season. With the postseason right around the corner The Tigers are firing on all cylinders, getting a 6-5 win over rival Northern Lehigh on Friday and coming away with a 6-5 win against Bangor on Monday.

It's not often when a defensive play saves the day in a baseball game.

More often, the game-winning moment happens in the batter's box.

LVC officials holds emergency meeting

Thursday, May 9, 2013 by PETER CAR in Sports

Lehigh Valley Conference principals and athletic directors met Monday morning in an emergency meeting to discuss the future of the LVC as we know it, following last week's developments that the Mountain Valley Conference invited 10 of the league's schools to form a 'super conference,' while excluding Bethlehem Catholic and Central Catholic.

Bethlehem Catholic Principal John Petruzzelli spoke at length about Monday's meeting and thought there was good discussion among all the schools in the conference.

Bombers pitching too much for Tigers

Thursday, May 9, 2013 by SHAWN MCFARLAND in Sports

Palmerton starter Kendra Pekurny has been dealing from the circle all season long.

Wednesday afternoon was no exception.

Pekurny tossed a complete-game one-hit shutout for the Lady Bombers and helped her team to a 7-0 victory over Colonial League foe Northwestern Lehigh. Meanwhile, Janel Tracy powered the offense once again and helped make for a rather easy day for Palmerton.

NW's Smith making a difference

Thursday, May 9, 2013 by BRAD HURLEY in Sports

Not many coaches, especially in the high school ranks can say they've been coaching at the same school for 31 years.

One man however that can say that is Northwestern baseball coach Len Smith.

Smith has been the head man for the Tigers for a remarkable 31 seasons and this season the coach is doing something he's never done before in his career. Smith is now coaching one of his former players sons.

Super conference forming? Bethlehem Catholic, Central Catholic left off invitation list

Thursday, May 2, 2013 by PETER CAR in Sports

Where there's smoke, there's fire and the news of a Lehigh Valley superconference finally came to fruition last week.

After months of rumors and speculation about the future of the Lehigh Valley Conference, the Mountain Valley Conference stepped in and sent out an invitation to 12 neighboring schools to ultimately form a "big school, super conference," according to Stroudsburg Principal and MVC President Jeff Sodl.