Panther Wrestlers Blast Bombers (Brought to You by Spirk Brothers Inc.)

On Wednesday night the Panther wrestlers showed the visiting Palmerton Blue Bombers a little Saucon Valley hospitality.  Well, maybe not.  But, Saucon Valley (11-1 ) and Palmerton (0-8) did square off in Colonial League action.  And, as their records show, the Panthers were considered heavy favorites on this night.  As expected, Saucon Valley quickly shot the Bombers down. In only forty-five minutes, the Panthers defeated Palmerton 64-15.

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Pinnacle Luxury Car Care Offers the Ultimate in Detailing (Sponsored)

Winter in Pennsylvania is probably the most challenging time of year when it comes to keeping your car clean, which is why it’s also one of the best times to protect your vehicle with a detailing that goes above and beyond what a traditional “wash and wax” can do. Just ask Steve Housenick, the owner of Pinnacle Luxury Car Care at 130 Front Street in Hellertown.

Panthers Step Up To Repeat As ‘Big Red’ Champs (Brought to You by Spirk Brothers Inc.)

On Saturday, Coach Shirk and his Saucon Valley Panthers hit the road to compete in Souderton High School’s ‘Big Red’ duals.  This annual, dual-meet tournament features a selection of teams from around the region including Central Buck East (5-1), Central Dauphin (10-1) and Pennsbury (12-3).  There was plenty of quality wrestling action to be had in Souderton this past weekend.

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New Hope Photo Show Founder Returns to Phillips’ Mill

The Phillips’ Mill Community Association has announced the addition of Spencer Saunders to its Board of Directors. As founder of the association’s annual Photographic Exhibition, Saunders previously served on the board from 1992 to 2013.

Panther Wrestlers Battle Bangor (Brought to You by Spirk Brothers Inc.)

On Thursday night the Saucon Valley Panther wrestlers opened the gymnasium doors and welcomed the Bangor Slaters to town.  Both the Panthers and Slaters entered the Colonial League contest with 3-1 records.  After an opening night setback to the Notre Dame Crusaders (47-27), Saucon pinned their way past Catasauqua (51-18), Pen Argyl (67-9), and Southern Lehigh (67-12).  Bangor got the best of Palisades (36-29), Northern Lehigh (39-31) and Palmerton (36-31) with their lone loss being to the Wilson Warriors (51-22).  On paper, this midweek matchup figured to be tight.