Saucon Seniors Shine In All-Star Soccer Classic

Five Saucon Valley seniors and a Panther soccer coach were selected to represent the Colonial League and participate in this year’s LVSSAF All-Star Classic against some of the best senior players who made their home in the East Penn Conference. Last Sunday, boys and girls teams from each league squared off in an afternoon of soccer competition on the turf at Salisbury High School.

SVHS Hosts 2019 Senior Awards Night

On Tuesday, Saucon Valley High School hosted their annual awards night.  Students and their families eagerly entered the high school auditorium to see if their efforts were to be recognized for a variety of awards and scholarships that were presented.  Principal Tamara Gary, Assistant Principal Tom Halcisak, Athletic Director Bob Frey and a few distinguished guests bestowed dozens of awards to dozens of Saucon seniors.

Panthers Face Cougars In PIAA State Playoff (Brought to You by Andrew & Sonya Hughes)

It was a PIAA state playoff game that was originally scheduled to take place on Tuesday at Northampton High School.  But with the crazy weather pattern this past week the game was postponed three times.  Finally on Friday, the Panthers and Springfield Cougars were able to avoid the thunderstorms and face off at Emmaus High School to see who would advance to the quarterfinal round of the PIAA State Championships.

Diggs Runs for Two Gold Medals In 2019 State Championships

Last year at the 2018 PIAA State Track & Field Championships Saucon Valley’s Talitha Diggs had to settle for silver medals in the 200m and 400m runs.  Diggs was second-best to Avonworth’s Hunter Robinson in both events.  In the 200m Diggs ran a 24.24 to Robinson’s 23.98.  In the 400m Diggs sprinted for a 54.95 with Robinson running a 54.10.  This year would be different.

Ironmen Clash With Lady Panthers In Regular Season Finale (Brought to You by Andrew & Sonya Hughes)

On Friday, the Lady Panthers played host to the Danville Ironmen.  Danville, who are out of PIAA’s District IV, entered this matchup against the Panthers with a 15-2 record.  Their two losses were by a combined six goals.  The Ironmen fell 16-11 to Trinity (Camp Hill) on March 30th.  They also dropped an 11-10 heartbreaker to Lake Lehman on April 16th.  The Lady Ironmen were accustomed to scoring 20 goals per game and giving up only five.  On paper, it looked as if this would be a competitive test for the Panthers.