Saucon Storm Sinks Pirates

Est. Read Time: 5 mins

To say that the Panthers and Palisades Pirates played their annual rivalry matchup Friday night in rain and wind is an understatement.  Persistent downpours mixing with sustained and hat-snatching gusts throughout the contest made for a drenching and memorable night.  So, with kickoff bumped up to 5:30 instead of 7 p.m. to try and avoid the storm’s worst, the Panthers were able to jump on top of the Pirates with a quick start and hold on for a water-logged victory.

Saucon Valley Survives Indian Scare

Est. Read Time: 6 mins

On Friday night the Saucon Valley Panthers loaded the bus and made the trip to Lehighton for a clash with the Indians.  The 3-4 Panthers were looking to get their record to even, while Lehighton was hoping to secure their second win of the season. Weather-wise, it proved to be a a beautiful night for football.  Excitement-wise, it was a highly entertaining competition. Injury-wise it proved costly as the Panthers lost the talents of Dante Mahaffey, Jared Rohn and Jack Marouchoc.

Saucon Starts Fast and Finishes Strong to Beat Blue Mountain

Est. Read Time: 5 mins

On Friday night in Hellertown the Saucon Valley Panthers welcomed the Blue Mountain Eagles to campus.  Blue Mountain came into the contest with a 2-2 record while the Panthers, after a heartbreaker last week at Wilson, were looking to earn win number two of this 2021 season.  After two consecutive losses the Panthers were desperate to tally another victory in the standings.

Panthers Take Unbeaten Warriors To The Wire

Est. Read Time: 6 mins

On a hot and steamy Saturday afternoon, the Saucon Valley Panthers loaded the bus and made the trip to take on the Warriors of Wilson in a Saturday afternoon matinee.  Wilson entered the sauna intent on improving to a 4-0 record while the Panthers were looking to get back to even at 2-2.

Pottsville Pounds Sloppy Saucon

Est. Read Time: 5 mins

Friday night the Saucon Valley Panthers packed their bags and traveled to Pottsville to take on the Crimson Tide.  This game stems from an agreement between the Colonial League and Schuylkill League to create a level playing field by scheduling matchups between the bigger and smaller schools in each league.  The Panthers will now play the bigger programs from the Schuylkill League like Pottsville, Blue Mountain and Lehighton while giving up the smaller Colonial League schools like Catasauqua, Northern Lehigh and Pen Argyl.  The agreement which was finally brokered in January, 2019 was meant to go into effect last season, but due to COVID-19 the inaugural plan had to quarantine until this season.

Panthers Clip Falcons For First Win

Est. Read Time: 5 mins

The Salisbury Falcons and Saucon Valley Panthers collided Friday night at Hellertown in a Week-Two showdown.  The Falcons were clipped last week by Catasauqua while Saucon was slammed by Notre Dame in the season opener. It was to be a bounce-back brawl for both teams who were each searching for their first win.