Northampton's Cody Kramer just missed on a pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning of Game 3 of last week's Blue Mountain League championship series that would have propelled the Giants to a series win.
When he saw the same pitch one throw later from Limeport's Adam Maini, he made the Bulls pay for it.
With that swing also came history for the Northampton Giants.
Lissa Munley knows the history of Northwestern Lehigh's field hockey program.
The first-year coach sees the sign for the 1990 state title every day at the far end of her team's practice field. And she's confident the Tigers can return to the elite and become a perennial league and district title contender like they were in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
While her players are too young to remember Northwestern's last championship teams, they, too, see the sign. They know what the program once was.
If you're a soccer enthusiast or simply looking for an intriguing hobby, Olde Homestead golf course in New Tripoli might have what you need.
In addition to its beautiful 18-hole championship golf course, Olde Homestead now has a FootGolf course, which was expanded onto its nine-hole pae-3 course.
FootGolf is big sport in Europe and South America. Two years ago the American Football League brought it to the United States and it's now an growing sport here with the American FootGolf League (AFGL) as its governing body.
The Lehigh Valley Junior Division and Scholastic Division teams came home with bronze and silver medals, respectively, from last week's Keystone State Games in Harrisburg.
The Lehigh Valley also brought home the highly coveted Karwoski Cup Trophy, which is presented to the best Pennsylvania region that compiles the most amount of wins and points throughout the competition.
The Junior team, which was comprised of players in ninth and tenth grades,beat Capital 5-3 in the bronze medal contest.
St. Luke's and District 11 formally teamed-up for a partnership Tuesday morning during a press conference held at St. Luke's Campus in Cetronia.
The announcement comes on the heels of the upcoming fall season, which gets under way on August 11, as District 11 joins District 7 in Pittsburgh, as the only two PIAA zones that have partnerships with medical providers.
St. Luke's won the bid for the partnership and District 11 chairman Bob Hartman couldn't be happier about the merger.
Initially, there was a sense of sadness. There was exhaustion from playing baseball nearly the entire summer. And there may have even been some disappointment.
But after looking past their 11-2 season-ending loss last Thursday in the Pennsylvania State American Legion Baseball Tournament against Boyertown, there was a feeling of accomplishment for the North Parkland players. There was a bit of satisfaction.
There was history made.
Local track cyclists from Sprinter's Edge Track Development Team, coached by Andrew Harris, took the podium for numerous events at the recent Junior Track National Championships in Carson, California.
Trista Cunningham's cousin, Tara Gemmel, was a 1,000-point scorer on the Catasauqua girls' basketball team.
With some encouragement from one of her middle school teachers, she decided to give basketball a shot. But when she started playing the sport in seventh grade, Cunningham was unsure of the success she may have going forward.
"I don't really have that good hand-eye coordination or shooting skills," Cunningham said. "I didn't think I would do well in that aspect. I wasn't really sure about how I would do in the paint with layups or anything.
Cole Miller has been Northwestern High School's best golfer since he joined the team as a freshman.
But over the past two school years, Miller proved he is more than just a great golfer. His success on the Tiger track and field team prove that Miller is one of the school's top all-around athletes. He is also this year's Northwestern Press Male Athlete of the Year.
Months after capping another great golf season and signing his letter of intent to play at Penn State, Miller signed up for the Northwestern track and field team for his second season in a row.
Heading into the Lehigh Valley Summer Soccer League (LVSSL) playoffs, the Northwestern boys had not lost a game since a 2-1 defeat to Liberty Blue on the season's opening night.
Since then, the Tigers won seven of their nine regular season games with two ties, tying them for first place with Robinson Plumbing A in Group B as the playoffs started last Wednesday.