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Mueller a team player at VCU

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in Sports

Whether it is pumping up her teammates after a mistake, or being one of the first to congratulate a teammate after a goal, Kayla Mueller has been a leader on and off the field for the Virginia Commonwealth field hockey team.

Mueller, a 2010 graduate of Parkland, has seen an increased amount of playing time her first two years on the campus of VCU. The junior is looked at as a leader and a great teammate.

Mazalewski making history at La Salle

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in Sports

Breanna Mazalewski's name is one you'll find throughout the La Salle University volleyball team's record books.

The senior libero entered her final season in sixth place in school history for total career digs with 1,041. While the number one spot on the list will continue to be occupied by Carolyn Judge with 2,080 career digs, Mazalewski's goal of climbing the ladder is happening before our eyes.

No. Parkland 95s run wild in big win

Thursday, September 20, 2012 by The Press in Sports

125 pounds

Saucon Valley 12,

No. Parkland 6

The 125s couldn't come up with enough offense to solve a stingy Panther defense in a 12-6 loss.

The Buffs only trip to the end zone came when Michael Ruisch found Adam Salvaggio for a 20-yard touchdown pass. It was North Parkland's second loss of the year.

110 pounds

North Parkland 29,

Saucon Valley 12

Dante Medlar scored a pair of touchdowns to lead the Buffaloes past Saucon in the 110-pound game.

Medlar had touchdown runs of 24 yards and a yard to lead the scoring.

Buffs get weekend sweep of Allentown

Thursday, September 13, 2012 by The Press in Sports

125 pounds

No. Parkland 34,

Allentown A's 7

Joey Guida scored in all phases of the game to lead North Parkland to a 34-7 win in the 125-pound game with Allentown.

Guida got the Buffs defensive on the board with a safety and later added a 15-yard touchdown run. He converted three extra point kicks in the game.

Josh Lee scored a 10-yard touchdown and Ian Haggerty had a five-yard score.

110 pounds

No. Parkland 20,

Allentown A's 6

South Parkand teams have strong week

Thursday, September 13, 2012 by The Press in Sports

125 pounds

So. Parkland 45,

Hokendauqua 0

The SPYA 125s rebounded from a tough opening day loss in a big way by blanking the Hokey Eagles 45-0 in a SYFL matchup on Saturday.

The Trojans (1-1) rushed for over 300 yards on the day. Dominic Nelson scored on a 80-yard run on the second play of the game as well as scoring on a 65-yard run on the Trojans second possession. Nelson ended the game with 167 yards rushing, five sacks and 10 tackles.

COLLEGE CORNER Hibshman has a new role for Temple

Thursday, September 6, 2012 by TODD KRESS Special to the Press in Sports

Going back to her days at Parkland High School, Temple University field hockey player Sydney Hibshman was one of the anchors of the Trojans defense.

After seeing time on defense and at the forward position in her first collegiate season as an Owl, Hibshman is entering 2012 at a new position. She'll be seeing plenty of time at either the left or right midfielder position.

While being accustomed to playing on the defensive end of the field for much of her career, Hibshman is excited about the switch.

SPYA 110s win a thriller against Bethlehem Steelers

Thursday, September 6, 2012 by The Press in Sports

South Parkland's youth teams began their Suburban Youth Football League campaign with wins over the Bethlehem Steelers at the 110- and 80-pound levels.

125 pounds

Beth. Steelers 32, South Parkland 6

The Bethlehem Steelers dominated South Parkland in their season-opening SYFL matchup on Saturday. Poor tackling and mistakes doomed the Trojans from the start. The Steelers struck first on a 60-yard touchdown run on the third play of the game.

Laub gets chance to lead Richmond

Thursday, August 16, 2012 by CJ HEMERLY Special to the Press in Sports

John Laub was bred into the game of football. At the ripe age of six, Laub was out competing on the gridiron. He had the raw talent from a young age and that was due in large part to the legacy before him.

Laub's father, John, played football at the University of Delaware, and his grandfather, Doug, played at the University of Penn. He even has a second cousin known for his success in the game, former pro Matt Millen.

"It's a game I just grew up to love," said Laub. "It wasn't forced onto me, but when I picked it up, I just wanted to keep playing."