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Aungst earns win in Deppe Baseball Classic

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 by TODD KRESS in Sports

In an all-star game, most people expect a heavy explosion of offensive.

And while that was that case, at least for one team, it was the dominant outing of the Colonial League and Mountain Valley Conference's pitching staff that stole the show on Saturday, June 7 in the 29th Annual Howard E. Deppe Senior All-Star Baseball Classic at Limeport's Fegley Stadium.

Salisbury suffers first loss in summer league

Wednesday, June 11, 2014 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Salisbury boys' soccer head coach Mark Allinson entered his CSG Falcon team into Group B of the Men's Junior Division in the Lehigh Valley Summer Soccer League to face a number of competitive teams across the area that they are not too familiar with.

After the first week of play at Lehigh University Fields at Goodman Campus and Stabler Arena, the CSG Falcons have made the most of their experience. They currently sit at 2-1 after Friday's loss to New Tripoli Bank FC, 2-1, in overtime.

PTR 15U volleyball wins Happy Volley Tournament

Wednesday, June 11, 2014 by The Press in Sports

Each Memorial Day weekend Penn State University holds its annual Super Regional AAU Happy Volley junior girls club volleyball tournament. This year Penn State hosted 440 different junior girls volleyball teams ranging in age from 12 to 18 years old and hailing from both the United States and Canada.

Emmaus-based volleyball club Push The Rock sent 14U, 15U and 16U teams to compete at the Happy Volley tournament.

Push The Rock 15 White, PTR's 15U team, ended up having a remarkable weekend.

Sonic to play in nation's oldest tourney

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 by PETER CAR in Sports

The FC Lehigh Valley United Sonic faces a tough task when it opens play in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup next Wednesday. Sonic will travel to Portland (ME) to take on GPS Portland Phoenix of the PDL next week in a task that head coach Dave Weitzman understands will be a difficult prospect.

"We really are at a disadvantage because they're starting this tournament earlier than usual because they've allowed more teams in the tournament," Weitzman said. "We won't have most of our guys because they're still in college. Playing on the road makes it that much more difficult."

Trout season opens next weekend in 18 counties

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 by NICK HROMIAK Special to the Press in Sports

Thanks to a few days of warmer weather, this year's trout opener that kicks off March 29 in 18 southeastern counties, should not have snow covered banks if they get direct sunlight. The remainder of the state has an April 12 opening.

This year, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission will have stocked 3.2 million trout in 731 streams and 124 lakes (like Leaser in Lehigh County). Of that total, 2.01 million are rainbow trout, 647,000 are brownies and 527,000 are brookies.

Maron is making an impact at NCC

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Northampton Community College point guard Brent Maron was a key member in helping guide the Spartans to their first ever Eastern Pennsylvania Atheltic Confernce championship as a freshman.

Now, in his second season with the Spartans, Maron would like to reach that level of success once again.

Maron, a 2012 graduate of Salisbury High School, has taken on an even bigger role this season. Through 15 games, he is averaging 8.3 points, 6 assists (first on team), 3.6 rebounds and 1.9 steals (tied for first on team) per game.

DeOliveira has stellar season at DSU

Wednesday, November 27, 2013 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Emily DeOliveira's journey back to the soccer field hasn't been like most players.

DeOliveira, a 2011 graduate of Salisbury High School, tore her right ACL in the first game of her senior high school season, forcing her to miss the entire campaign.

But after months of rehabilitation and recovery, DeOliveira, a junior defender on the DeSales University women's soccer team that just completed the 2013 season, is back on the field making an impact.