Phil Sams Resigns As Saucon Valley’s Head Football Coach

Monday afternoon after classes, Phil Sams announced to his team that it was time for him to move on from being the head football coach for Saucon Valley high school.   “Samsy”, a very popular coach with a great sense of humor, is well-respected throughout the entire Lehigh Valley and beyond.  He is truly a players-coach and an all-around great guy.

Lady Tigers Spoil Saucon Home Basketball Opener (Brought to you by Andrew and Sonya Hughes)

The Saucon Valley Girls basketball team had their 2018-19 home opener on Tuesday night against the Northwestern Lehigh Tigers.  The Tigers jumped out to a 10-0 lead and cruised the rest of the way to a 65-27 victory.  The Panthers played hard and were paced by sophomore Allie Frace and her 9 points.  Kiele Riefenstahl, a senior, added 6 points for Saucon.

Panthers Finish-Off Tigers (Brought to You by Cafe Erica)

Not many people outside the Saucon Valley area had much faith that the Panthers could defeat the Northwestern Lehigh Tigers this past Saturday night.  Afterall, the Tigers crashed Saucon’s homecoming festivities and thumped the Panthers 49-28 back on October 12th.  But, with an opportunity to get a little revenge and the prospect of advancing to the 2018 District XI championship, Saucon Valley focused their efforts and roared their way past the Tigers in dominant fashion.  The Panthers (10-2) defeated the Tigers (9-3) 42-21 and will now advance to the District XI final for the fifth consecutive season.

FC Steel: State of the Steel IV (Sponsored)

FC Steel, a youth soccer organization that is headquartered in Saucon Valley, had most of their programs in action over the weekend in league play.  Both FC Steel boys’ and girls’ teams are participating in the prestigious Eastern Development Program (EDP) this year.  The EDP league is an ultra-competitive travel soccer league that arranges for high-level teams to compete against one another on a routine basis.

2018 Panther Fall Sports Panorama

The 2018 scholastic sports season is officially under way.  Monday marked the first day of PIAA practice for high school sports across the state of Pennsylvania. Not even Mother Nature’s rainfall-fury could disrupt the first day of practice for these proud Panthers.