After a lopsided loss to Parkland the first time the teams met this season, the Emmaus baseball team looked forward to Monday’s meeting against Parkland. The Hornets surely remembered the 14-run shelling the Trojans put up in one inning the first time around.
Monday’s game went right down to the wire. And in dramatic fashion, a 4-3 Trojan win that was far different than the 17-1 drubbing a few weeks ago.
The adage winners find a way to win was very applicable Saturday afternoon for the Emmaus field hockey team.
Locked in a deadlock with Owen J. Roberts, the Lady Hornets needed to find a way to capitalize with time just over 20 minutes of play after taxing the Lady Wildcats defense nearly the entire contest, it finally happened.
POTTSVILLE – Unless you’ve watched the Emmaus boys’ basketball team play on more than one occasion and not a Johnny-come-lately, nothing should surprise you about this scrappy squad.
Unyielding through a frenzied, physical matchup with one of the state’s top ranked class 4A teams Reading High, the Green Hornets (20-9) seemed so determined to continue a season of hope that even at the end of the game in a jammed-packed Martz Hall, they kept playing like it was a schoolyard meeting.