Sports in general, however my specialties lie in ice hockey, football and mixed martial arts (MMA) sports writing. I also work on travel and social media. Feature articles are also a specialty.
Director of Digital & Social Media for Lehigh Valley Phantoms (@LVPhantoms), the proud #AHL affiliate of Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFLyers). Opinions are my own.
ALLENTOWN - Lake-Lehman came back from an early deficit to defeat Saint Basil Academy, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon during the PIAA Class 2A quarterfinals thanks in part to the dynamic duo of sisters Amanda and Stephanie Ayers. The team now advances to the semifinals, which will be played on Tuesday against Trinity.
LEHMAN - The Lake Lehman girls soccer team will get a rematch against Holy Redeemer in the District 2 Class 2A semifinal on Monday after shutting out Western Wayne, 8-0, on Saturday. From the start of the game, it was clear the Black Knights' passing and ball possession would give Western Wayne issues throughout the match.
YATESVILLE - The Wyoming Area running game was too much for Pittston Area as the Warriors went on to defeat their rivals on the road, 46-20. Senior Brian Miles led the way for the Warriors with a performance that earned him the 38th annual Carmen Falcone
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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