Today in the Saucon Valley High School library Panther athletic director Bob Frey announced that senior Jason Jones was signing a letter of intent to continue his academic and wrestling career at Keystone College.
The Little Panthers were in action up on “the Hill” in Pen Argyl on Sunday against the Green Knights. It was Week 3 of the Colonial League Youth Football League; the third week of eight regular season games. This season the Saucon Valley youth coaches are, once again, recognizing the efforts of their boys and girls as they participate in the football and cheerleading experience. Saucon Source is proud to be partnering with the coaches to share the kids’ successes this season with you! Football recognizes a player, or players, every week with a “Panther Pride” award. Continue Reading →
Saucon Valley senior Steven Rose is no stranger to Panther Play of the Week. He was with us before, Week One with a big jet-sweep from the 2017 season opener against Bangor. Well, here he is again with his Panther teammates, taking on the Palmerton Blue Bombers! Continue Reading →
Most have heard the old cliche that a team needs to play every minute of the game and many would agree that it’s true. The Saucon Valley Panthers rang up 28 first-half points against the Palmerton Blue Bombers on Friday night, but could not put any more points on the scoreboard the rest of the way. Saucon Valley’s 28-14 halftime lead evaporated during the 3rd Quarter and the Blue Bombers were able to topple the Panthers in the end by a 29-28 score. Continue Reading →
The Saucon Valley Panthers (2-0) will load up the bus on Friday and travel north for their first roadtrip of the 2017 season to take on the Palmerton Blue Bombers (1-1). The Panthers are coming off two convincing victories against the Bangor Slaters and the Pen Argyl Green Knights. The Bombers started hot with a 42-14 thumping of Northwestern Lehigh, but got smacked around in a 44-0 shutout by Souther Lehigh. Last year, the Panthers shot down the Bombers 35-7. Continue Reading →
A complaint over a slippery floor reportedly led to a dispute at a fast food restaurant, as well as two citations for a local woman, Hellertown Police said in a news release Thursday. Continue Reading →