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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is prevalent in our veterans and soldiers’ lives. Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor Program in Quakertown is doing something to help our Veterans improve their quality of life, while honoring many soldiers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
The Northampton boys volleyball team has partnered with Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor to raise awareness of the struggles some...
When Northampton’s softball team bounces back from a loss, it bounces back big, evidenced by the K-Kids 12-2 victory over Pleasant Valley and 16-3 victory over Nazareth last weekend.
Last Saturday’s Nazareth game was also an opening day of sorts for the KKids, their first game on their new softball field.
“It’s a great field to play on, and it made winning even better. I think the new field gave us a lot of momentum,” said Kaitlyn Perl, who had two home runs against the Blue...
Lehigh Township Junior Legion tryout will be held Sunday, April 30, at 6 p.m. at Bryfogle Field in Berlinsville.
Cannot turn 16 before April 30. Contact Jeff Erschen for further information at: 484-347-7635.
Throughout his baseball career, Brittain Shander has managed to stay within the fundamentals.
The Northampton junior is witnessing how his approach is paying dividends for him and his team this season.
“I just try to keep it simple and keep my balance,” said Shander in reference to his batting stance. “I just go out there and try as hard as I can. I haven’t really tried anything new. I just try to hit the ball as square as I can.”
So far, Shander hasn’t been obtuse....
Northampton’s volleyball team is on the verge of clinching a district playoff berth if the K-Kids can take care of business this week.
Northampton lost their match on Monday to Whitehall (11-0) in a three-game sweep 17-25, 14-25, 11-25 to end a three-game win streak and knock their season mark down to 6-4.
However, with contests against Pocono Mountain East (1-11) and Allen (2-9) on tap this week, the Kids should be in favorable position to walk away with a pair of sweeps that...
Something had to give when pair of undefeated baseball teams met Tuesday at Coca-Cola Park.
Parkland got a stellar pitching performance from ace Michael Jenkins to keep its record unblemished and hand Northampton its first loss of the season.
Jenkins allowed just three hits in the complete-game shutout. He struck out two and didn’t allow a walk.
“Mike throws strikes and he’s got a couple different pitches, so he keeps people off stride,” said Parkland head coach Kurt...
Northampton looks to stay on track with the growth of their boys’ lacrosse program as they look to compete in the East Penn Conference this spring.
New head coach Jace Shively enters his first season at the helm of the program following last year’s 2-16 record.
“We are a young team across the board with players learning how to play the modern game and some learning the game outright,” said Shively. “We have some 11th graders filling out our positional groups with some...
The Northampton track and field teams thought they suffered two very close losses to Pleasant Valley this week. The boys lost 78-72 while the girls fell 76-74.
Or so they thought.
However, after correcting a scoring error, it eventually gave the Kids a first place in the girls triple jump which tied the score at 75-75. However, the girls won on the first tiebreaker which is first place finishes, 10-8, according to an email correction the Press received about the meet on Tuesday...
Northampton’s girls lacrosse team wants to make 2017 a landmark season.
The Kids want to put themselves on the map after last year’s 5-12 campaign and head coach Paige Hoffman believes this year’s team has the potential to make their mark.
“Our goal is to make a statement in the conference and walk away with experience that will make the team a stronger, more talented group than they already are,” said Hoffman. “This will involve playing at a higher level, striving to overcome...
Meant to Move is a studio in Bethlehem owned and operated by certified Pilates teacher and licensed Yamuna Body Rolling practitioner, Jeanne Reilly, who teaches techniques that lead to more flexibility, greater muscle tone, and better posture.
“Both are low impact and can enhance everything you do in life,” said Reilly, who has clients of all ages. “My push right now is to teach more of our youth, and my dream would be to educate gym teachers, health teachers, and educators in general...