Saucon Valley Wrestling Celebrates Another Season Of Success

On Monday dozens of guests travelled to the Steel Club for an evening set aside specifically to safely celebrate another great year of Saucon Valley Wrestling.  Hosted by the Saucon Valley Wrestling Club, members of the youth, middle school and varsity programs along with their families and friends took time to break bread and share some pre-COVID memories from the 2019-2020 season.  It didn’t matter that the season-ending tradition was postponed due to coronavirus, a three-and-a-half month delay did nothing to dampen the spirits of those in attendance.  The feeling of a tight knit, family atmosphere was still evident even though masks and social distancing were a part of the night’s protocol.

Saucon Campus To Open For Fall Athletes With Heavy Restrictions

The wait has now come to a close for high school fall athletes as far as voluntary workouts on campus are concerned.  Granted, there will be many restrictions including social distancing requirements, temperature screenings and limited use of the facilities, but this is the first step on the long road back to normalcy in high school sports.  Designed using two-week intervals, Saucon Valley’s four-phased plan will begin on Monday, June 29.

Tour de Tush

Colon Cancer Coalition’s Leading Bike Event, ‘Tour de Tush,’ Turns Virtual

Saturday’s ‘Tour de Tush’ cycling fundraiser, sponsored by Center Valley-based Olympus Corporation of the Americas, is organized by the Colon Cancer Coalition to raise money to purchase gift cards from local businesses for patients through St. Luke’s University Health Network. This annual event is being held virtually Saturday due to COVID-19 restrictions.