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Monday, September 19, 2011

Northwestern recorded victories in both field hockey and boys soccer to highlight Saturday's scholastic sports action.


No. Lehigh-Palmerton

Northern Lehigh shutout Palmerton, 2-0, in Colonial League action.

Casey Gavalla and Kiana Bellesfield both scored in the win for the Bulldogs. Rachel Wagner and Lauren Zellner added assists.

Palmerton goalie Lydia Anthony was busy in goal, as she made 23 saves.

No. Lehigh had a 19-7 advantage in shots and had 19 penalty corners to the Lady Bombers had three.

Saturday, September 17, 2011
Tigers roll again

It was another prime time hit for CBS.

CBS as in Cunningham, Bachman and Snyder.

Northwestern's star-studded line-up continues to put up numbers that are through the roof.

The Tigers made Wilson their latest victim, rolling to a 48-14 Colonial League victory on Friday night.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

MAHANOY CITY Big time players come up big in big games.

That pretty much told the story Friday night here at Mahanoy Area's Alumni Field when two Anthracite League unbeatens, the host Golden Bears and the visiting Colts of Marian, squared off in Week 3 of the high school football season.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

SALISBURY For Palmerton senior wide receiver Monty Szukics, it was more than just his first game back playing offense. It was a chance to prove himself as an offensive weapon.

Last night, the 5-11, 150-pound speedster did just that, as he made the most of his comeback into the offensive lineup, hauling in eight catches for 125 yards and a touchdown.

Along with senior quarterback Cody Grohotolski and junior tailback Alex Vignone, the trio provided enough offensive firepower to help their team score an 18-6 win over the Falcons and improve to 2-1 on the young season.

Saturday, September 17, 2011
Bob Ford/TIMES NEWS Tamaqua quarterback Matt DelBorrello tries to break away from Shenandoah’s Eric Whalen during last night’s Anthracite Football League game.

With less than 10 minutes remaining, Tamaqua had a comfortable three touchdown lead over Shenandoah Valley on "Hall of Fame Induction Night" on Raider Hill.

The Blue Devils' junior quarterback Christopher Palubinsky seemed to feel that there was still plenty of time left and he was right.

Palubinsky threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Blue Devils to a 28-21 comeback victory that left a sour taste in the mouths of the Blue Raiders.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Week two of the Penn State Nittany Lions football season showed a lot of people a lot of alarming things that maybe PSU faithful have been in denial about for a long time.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

HELLERTOWN – It's a matter of quality over quantity.

Northern Lehigh didn't use its passing game often against Saucon Valley. But when the Bulldogs went to the air Friday night in Hellertown, they made the most of it.

Quarterback Dylan Hofmann threw just eight passes, but half of his six completions went for touchdowns in a 36-0 win over the Panthers.

"They blitzed a lot so we had the flats open on a lot of routes," Hofmann said. "They didn't really adjust so we took advantage of it."

Saturday, September 17, 2011

For the first time since 2004, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will offer public tours of its four game farms, including its two locations in Lycoming County, Saturday, Sept. 25

Loyalsock Game Farm is located at 136 Game Farm Road, five miles north of Montoursville, on Route 87, and the tour starts at the hatchery. Northcentral Game Farm is located at 1609 Proctor Road, 23 miles north of Montoursville, on Route 87, and the tour starts at the hatchery office of the Proctor Farm.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

ALLENTOWN - The Lehigh Valley IronPigs fourth season ended on a sour note Friday night when the Columbus Clippers came back from a one-game deficit to win three straight and capture their second International League Championship in a row. The IronPigs were held to just four hits, while Columbus took advantage of a key error and grabbed a 4-1 win to win the series.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

After a succession of studies, such as the one from 2003 in last week's column that showed a low-fat vegetarian diet lowered LDL cholesterol as effectively as a low-fat diet and daily use of a cholesterol-lowering drug, many people realized the number of drugs prescribed in the U.S. could be reduced significantly if Americans began to use food as medicine.

Food as medicine? What a concept.

In America, most don't even see food as sustenance. It's not something that's needed to keep going; it's something to make the going more pleasurable.