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On October 9th, the boys soccer team stood behind Iris Nelson for a picture after giving her flowers and hugs to recognize her for her fight against breast cancer. The team also wore custom made shirts to show their support.

PAHS Shows Support for Breast Cancer

Chase Teresavage, Editor in Chief October 10, 2023

October isn’t just the month that has Halloween in it, it’s a month of Breast Cancer Awareness. This has been recognized for about four decades. This month is dedicated to spreading awareness about...

Cami Quirrin-Morris kicks the ball up the field in a game versus Wilson Area. They ended up losing that game for their first loss of the year.

Soccer Season in Pottsville

Marty Davis, Staffer September 21, 2023

The boys and girls soccer teams season is officially underway. The Lady Tide is looking to win the district championship once again, while the boys team is looking to turn it around after having a rough...

Sitting on the sideline with Katie Painter

Sitting on the sideline with Katie Painter

Marty Davis, Staffer November 30, 2022

What’s your name? Katie Painter When’s your birthday? April 16, 2004 What’s your nickname? KP Dream school? Clemson University  Favorite sport? Soccer Years played? 13 years ...

The team celebrates when they hear the buzzer as they won Pottsville’s first soccer district title. The PAHS girls soccer team played Southern Lehigh in the district game.

Girls Soccer takes district title, loses final round

Chase Teresavage, Staffer November 20, 2022

The Pottsville Area High School girls soccer team won their first district title over Southern Lehigh 1-0. “It’s hard to realize that high school is over because I will never get those memories...

Lexy Maccarone dribbles down the field finding a player to pass to during the game against North Schuylkill. Pottsville Girls Soccer took home the win against North Schuylkill with a score of 6-0. Lexy Maccarone said, “In order for us to win the championships against Minersville I think we just need to play our game by passing, moving, and making smart decisions.”

Girls soccer wins the Schuylkill League Championship

Ava Jefferson, Staffer November 2, 2020

Tuesday, October 20th Pottsville Girls Soccer beat Williams Valley 5-1 in the first round of playoffs. This win led them to the Schuylkill League Championships facing Minersville Thursday, October 22nd....

Senior Dylan Bohorad kicks the ball down the field. The Tide took the loss to The Cardinals 1-0. Dylan Bohorad said, “The best thing I like about Zach is his determination for the game. He loves soccer and loves to coach.”

Zach Reichard takes over as boys soccer coach

Ava Jefferson, Staffer October 16, 2020

Starting off the 2020-2021 soccer season, Zach Reichard was welcomed to the family of the boys soccer team as their new coach. Throughout the season they held the record of 6-7-2.   Reichard said,...

 Senior Nico Boris is running down the field during his soccer practice. The PIAA And Governor Tom Wolf agreed to let fall sports continue. “I feel great that we are actually allowed to play. I would’ve been heartbroken if we weren’t allowed. Coach  Reichert has been just making sure we are focused to try and cram everything in last minute because it is difficult to cram an entire off-season into one month.”

Sports Adjust to COVID-19

Ava Jefferson, Staffer September 11, 2020

Did someone say fall sport season? Unfortunately, this year is a little different than how it’s been in the past.COVID-19 is also taking effect on the 2020-2021 season for this year. Many fans, students,...

What is Your “Why”?

Tayla Jones, Contributor November 20, 2019

Everyone has a “why” for the sport that they play, whether they play it for a specific person or just for personal interest. Unfortunately, not everyone knows their “why”. Knowing your “why”...

Senior Payton Tomlinson runs down field looking to make a play. She played for the PAHS soccer program all four years of her high school career. Tomlinson said, “The thing I will miss the most about high school soccer will be the team.  I have been playing soccer with some of these girls since second grade and it will be hard to leave that part of my life in the past. The soccer team was and will always be my family. I will miss seeing these girls everyday and creating memories on the field.”

Accomplishing Goals

Wyatt Selinko, Staffer November 12, 2019

The Lady Tide soccer team went undefeated this season against Schuylkill County teams. This lead them to a 3-0 win against Blue Mountain in the Schuylkill League Championship. This was the Lady Tide’s...

Local soccer players attend She Believes Cup

Local soccer players attend She Believes Cup

Kailey Olenick and Aubrey Snyder May 1, 2019

On February 22, the USA Women's Soccer team played at  Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, PA in the She Believes Cup. Talen Energy Stadium is home to the MLS Philadelphia Union. Most of the soccer team,...

Fall Sports Recap

Fall Sports Recap

Alexis Yoder, Editor-In-Chief December 17, 2018

Football Aidan Moran The football team turned in a 6-4 regular season record. This included a win in an overtime thriller against rival Blue Mountain by a score of 41-40 and a convincing 21-7 early...

How to draw a soccer ball

How to draw a soccer ball

Hadley Snyder, Staffer December 20, 2017

Hey DHH Lengel! Because soccer is my favorite sport, I wanted to teach you how to draw a soccer ball. Here are the things you’ll need: - a piece of paper - pencil - circle tracer - markers - Sharpie...

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