The East Penn Conference football all-stars were announced recently two of Liberty’s star players taking home top honors.
Hurricane running back Nasir Legree took home offensive MVP honors for the EPC South after amassing 4,132 career rushing yards. Defensive end Trevor Harris made it a sweep for Liberty’s MVP’s, as he took home the defensive honor from the South.
Freedom had seven first-team selections and Bethlehem Catholic had five members named to the first-team.
The complete list of all-stars is below:
First Team Offense
Suburban Dart League
Salem UCC swept Farmersville 9-0, 7-6 and 4-3. Leading hitters for Salem UCC were Kim Bush 6-13 with a HR, Sherry Bush 6-14 with a HR, Bob Krause 5-13 and Fred Toncik with a HR. Hitting in a losing effort for Farmersville were Keith Campbell 7-14, Wade Chilmonik 4-13, Kyle Campbell 4-12 and Jason Steigerwalt with a HR.
In another sweep, Hecktown defeated Light of Christ 4-1, 3-1 and 1-0. Hecktown was led by Earl Sigley 4-12, Al Gilbert 3-8 and Jim Goldman a HR. Norm Schoenberger went 4-12 as Light of Christ managed only 12 hits for the night.
They needed these!
After a Sunday loss in Bridgeport last week, the Phantoms were looking ahead at a road game in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and two home games against the Charlotte Checkers. At that point, the Phantoms were 4-9-1 in their last 14 games and starting to sink quickly in the Atlantic Division and in the Eastern Conference standings. They traveled north to meet the Penguins and came away with a nice, tidy 3-1 win with Alex Lyon saving 27 of the 28 shots that he faced.
A huge opportunity is knocking for Pennsylvania’s student archers, say the folks from the National Archery in Schools Program.
The 2019 NASP state tournament is set to be held Friday, March 8 in State College. It’s shaping up to be the biggest student archery tournament ever in Pennsylvania, according to NASP.
Individuals and teams have all shot a qualifying score at one of the many state qualifying matches being held over the last few months. The top-scoring teams and individuals have earned an invite to the state championships.
Scott McClary knew Bethlehem Catholic’s battle against Central Catholic in last Friday’s District 11 4A championship would be emotional. One thing he may not have predicted would be the contest being a blowout.
The Hawks jumped on Central early and never looked back, coasting to a 65-49 victory at Freedom High School.
It was the third straight district title for the Hawks, who improved to 25-3 this year and added another championship to their resume this season after winning the East Penn Conference title as well.
BSC Spring academy signups
Bethlehem Soccer Club’s 2019 spring Academy registration is now open at bethlehemsoccerclub.org.
All U6 games are played in-house and small sided with the player count not to exceed 5v5.
U7/U8 play in house, indoor, and/or travel team 5v5
Bethlehem Catholic lived up to its defense-wins-games philosophy and won the District XI Class 4A girls’ basketball semifinal against Northwestern Lehigh, 53-28, last Wednesday at Catasauqua High School.
“We always said from the jump we have to bring intensity,” said Becahi guard Isabelle Rosario, who scored eight points, including two threes against the Tigers.
BSC TRAVEL SIGNUPS
Bethlehem Soccer Club 2019-20 travel tryout registration is now open.
You must register online at bethlehemsoccerclub.org prior to attending tryouts.
All dates are subject to change:
At Moravian Academy Glasser Field:
U17/18 boys, tryout 1, 4/27 4:30-6 p.m. Fall tryout in October.
U14 boys (A/B teams), 4/22 current players, 4/27 open tryout, 6 p.m.
Tryouts to be held at First Responders Field:
U13 boys 4/19 6:30 p.m. Call back/rain date 4/29
U12/U13 girls 4/23 5:30-7 p.m. Call back/rain 4/25
For the 44th time, the Suburban Dart league beat the City Dart League 3-0 in the 65th annual City-Suburban All Star Series.
Game 1 - The Suburban League scored three runs on four-straight doubles in the bottom of the second inning to take an early 3-0 lead. The City League scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning to close to gap to 3-2. In the top of the ninth the City could not get the clutch hit as they had runners on second and third with one out and didn’t score and Suburban won 3-2.