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Tennis team wins

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 by Scott Pagel spagel@tnonline.com in Sports

On Monday, the Northampton tennis team won 7-0 over Tamaqua.

At singles, Liz Hozza defeated Brooke Williams 6-1, 6-1 at one, while Rose Sharga topped Alexis Breiner 6-1, 6-0 at two. At three, Grace Tepes downed Molly Clemson 6-2 6-0.

Jess Grello and Sydney Schmall defeated Emily Fisher and Madison Wickersham 6-1, 6-2 at number-one doubles. Shannon Reinhard and Liz Moore (N) downed Sabrina Moyer and Julie Billig 6-1, 6-0 at two doubles while Alex Horvath and Naomi Rubi knocked off Jocelyn Rega and Annika Stahler 6-4, 6-0 at three-doubles.

Amelia Cesanek and Katlin Beenders won at number-four doubles over Molly Clemson and Brooke Williams, 8-4 in a pro set

The Northampton volleyball team dropped a couple of recent games.

Parkland defeated Northampton 25-20, 25-22, 25-14.

Northampton was led by Karissa Hartzell and Brooke Rockovits who each had eight digs. Krystal Heffelfinger, Julia Kester and Jade Rindock had five kills each in the loss.

Whitehall defeated Northampton in four sets, 25-11, 25-23, 23-25, 25-19.

Julia Kester had 15 kills and 11 digs. Krystal Heffelfinger had 12 kills. Sydney Heffner had 23 assists and five digs while Karissa Hartzell and Brooke Rockovits came up with 10 digs each.

Emmaus defeated Northampton 25-16, 25-20, 25-21.

Sydney Heffner had eight kills and 13 assists. Krystal Heffelfinger and Julia Kester had seven and six kills, respectively. Brooke Rockovits had 11 digs.

Emmaus was led by Macy Van Den Elzen with 10 kills and six blocks and Jaya Bhagat had 16 kills. Adelina Rivera-Woolard had six kills and six blocks while Kelsie Baus added six digs and Caroline Bond chipped in with 33 assists and 11 digs.

The Northampton golf team prepped for Tuesday’s EPC meet with a match at Riverview and a win against Pen Argyl.

The Kids were led by Andrew Hozza’s 75. Jack Test shot a 79 as did Anthony Sawarynski. Nate Wheeler had an 82 and Andrew Kovalchik shot an 83.

Konner Fallos led the Knights with a 93.

The boys soccer team fell at Pleasant Valley 3-0.

Ryan Keller scored two goals and Brian Kagel added the third to help the Bears pull off the win.

Jon Mickens added two assists while Noah Neubert made four saves in the shutout win.

Brady Rimple stopped 14 between the pipes for the Kids.

NHS was outshot 17-4 in the game.