Suburban Dart League
Star of Beth 11 4 .733
Light of Christ 13 8 .619
Dryland 11 7 .611
Salem UCC 9 6 .600
Emmanuel 11 10 .524
Bath Luth 9 9 .500
St. Stephen’s 7 8 .467
Christ UCC 8 10 .444
St. Paul’s 8 10 .444
Ebenezer 7 14 .333
Farmersville 5 13 .278
St. Stephen’s at
Bath Luth. 6-2, 1-4, 3-2
SS - Alan Antry 6-11, Ed Wychock, Gary Buczynski 4-14, Maseo Conner HR.
BL - Wendy Yacone 5-12, DJ Dan Stillwell 5-12, Scott Henninger 4-12.
Liberty Quarterback Dallas Holmes totaled four touchdowns in the Hurricanes 52-27 victory over Whitehall. The game was filled with mistakes and big plays, though, from the start it was apparent whose night this was at BASD Stadium.
“Dallas has been great as a senior leader this year,” said head coach John Truby. “Our season has not gone the way that we were hoping, and thanks to guys like Dallas and other seniors they have kept us working hard.”
Liberty and Bethlehem Catholic are both hoping to make District 11 runs in the field hockey tournaments when they get underway.
The fifth-seeded Hurricanes (15-5) traveled to fourth-seeded Pocono Mountain East (14-4-1)on Tuesday in the opener of the 3A tournament, which was past Press deadlines. Liberty was unfortunately placed in the top half of the bracket with top-seeded Emmaus (21-0), giving them an exact tournament route as they saw in the EPC tournament.
Liberty and Freedom find themselves in similar positions to their 2018 affair when both teams meet up this Saturday at 1 p.m. at BASD Stadium.
The Hurricanes (3-6) need a win and some help to sneak into the District 11 postseason, while Freedom (8-1) is aiming for the city title and the top-seed in districts.
A year ago, Liberty needed to win to clinch a district berth and used a run of five straight second half turnovers by the Patriots to score a 29-10 upset victory that ruined Freedom’s shot at their first undefeated regular season in school history.
To say that Bethlehem Catholic’s performance on the road last weekend at Emmaus was a disappointment would be an understatement. The Hawks suffered one of the worst losses in the Joe Henrich era, stumbling to an average Emmaus team by a 27-13 margin and giving them more questions than answers heading into a pivotal week 10 clash at home Friday night against Central Catholic.
The anticipation of the Holy War will certainly boost the competitive juices for everyone in the brown and gold, but can the Hawks find their footing moving forward?
Liberty’s boys’ soccer team was awarded silver medals after Emmaus captured the EPC championship, defeating the Hurricanes, 1-0, last Thursday at Whitehall High School.
A goal by A.J. Febbraro early in the second half won the game for the Hornets.
Two days earlier, the Hurricanes won the EPC semifinal, 1-0, against Easton at Nazareth High School.
Liberty forward Isaiah Trinidad scored the game’s only goal at 38:36 in the first half.
Since the grouse, rabbit and squirrel season opened last Saturday, the third part of small game opens this Saturday (Oct. 26) for pheasants, often referred to as long-tails. A reference to the long tail feathers of a male cockbird.
If a cockbird can be flushed, the cackle and burst of feathers is exciting and when not anticipated, a bit startling for the hunter. But it’s a nice rush to experience.
Matt Vital took part in the state golf tournament this week at Heritage Hills Golf Resort. The tournament started with round one on Monday and concluded with round two on Tuesday, which came after Press deadlines.
After day one, Vital, a freshman, was 11-over par with an 82. He birdied holes 10 and 11 but had double-bogeys on two and 18 to go along with eight bogeys and six pars.
Carson Bacha, a senior from Central York, was leading the way with a four-under 67 after day one.
Liberty may be the top seed in the District 11 4A subregional volleyball tournament, but the Hurricanes face a difficult road if they want to make a run to the final.
Liberty opens the tournament Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. when they host the winner of the eight-nine matchup between Nazareth and Stroudsburg in the quarterfinal round.
With the Lehigh Valley Phantoms well stocked with young, exciting talent and the Philadelphia Flyers off to a 1-4 start, changes came quickly to ignite the parent team with some youthful exuberance.
Joel Farabee and Mikhail Vorobyev were recalled by Philadelphia on Sunday, while Carsen Twarynski was loaned to the Phantoms.