As was expected by most, the Saucon Valley Panthers dismissed the Lehighton Indians in the District XI 4A quarterfinals last week. This week, however, the Panthers (9-2) are preparing for a much more rigorous challenge in their rematch with the Northwestern Lehigh Tigers (9-2).
With last week’s victory over Colonial league rival Palisades to conclude the regular season, Saucon Valley (8-2) was able to secure the #2 seed in the PIAA District XI 4A tournament. Saturday night, the Panthers will play host to the visiting Lehighton Indians (4-6) who are members of the Schuylkill League. It has been a long time since Saucon Valley high school football has hosted a District XI playoff game. If the Jungle is a rockin’, don’t bother knockin’. Just c’mon in and cheer the Panthers to victory!
After last week’s heartbreaking, final-seconds loss against Notre Dame, the Saucon Valley Panthers (7-2) return home for what will be another Friday night football slugfest against the Palisades Pirates (7-2).
The Friday night CHAMPIONSHIP lights will be burning bright at Notre Dame Green Pond as the Crusaders (7-1) will play host to the Saucon Valley Panthers (7-1). After last week’s clunker of a loss to Northwestern Lehigh, Saucon Valley is expecting to rebound and bring a four-quarter slugfest to the Crusaders.
The Saucon Valley Panthers (7-0) are on a roll. After last week’s win over the Wilson Warriors, Saucon now turns their attention to the Northwestern Lehigh Tigers (5-2). The Panthers defeated Northwestern 49-21 last year. But, this year’s Tigers are much bigger game. Northwestern Lehigh suffered a 35-34 loss to Palisades during week three and were defeated 45-21 by the much improved Spartans of Southern Lehigh last week. Friday night is the Panthers’ 2018 Homecoming and the game will be a signature win for either program. It doesn’t get much better than this!
After last week’s big win at Bangor, the Saucon Valley Panthers (6-0) return home for a Friday night football fight against the winless Warriors from Wilson (0-6). The Warriors most recently fell 28-7 to Pen Argyl last week. Last season, the Panthers scalped the Warriors 42-14. Friday night should serve as a final tune-up before the Panthers hit the challenging homestretch of their 2018 Colonial League schedule.
The Friday night lights will be burning bright up in Bangor as the Slaters (3-2), on their Homecoming night, will play an eager host to the undefeated Saucon Valley Panthers. After last week’s mercy-rule victory over Northern Lehigh, Saucon Valley is expecting a four-quarter slugfest.
Are you ready for some high school football, Panther Nation? Once again, the time has come to start getting pumped for another Friday night football fight. After last week’s exciting win at Salisbury, Saucon Valley (4-0) is back to defend their home turf and their undefeated record against the Northern Lehigh Bulldogs (3-1).
Well, here we go again Panther fans. Saucon Valley (3-0) hits the road for a Friday night football fight against the Salisbury Falcons (1-2). The Panthers are coming off a character-building win against the Palmerton Blue Bombers. Salisbury is fresh off their first victory over the Wilson Warriors after a couple of losses to Pen Argyl and Northwestern Lehigh. With a handful of athletic playmakers who are a threat to score with every touch of the ball, the Falcons would like nothing better than to beat the Panthers and climb to a 2-2 record. Once again, this Colonial League matchup has some of the key ingredients for a nail-biting classic.
The 2018 high school football season is making its way to Saucon Valley. The Panthers (2-0) are off to a great start defeating Southern Lehigh in the Week 1 opener and beating the Pen Argyl Green Knights by mercy-rule last week. Saucon returns home to scrap with the Palmerton Blue Bombers (0-2).