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BY JEFF FALK It was well perceived and well conceived. It was also well...

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  • BY JEFF FALK ANNVILLE – Down a star and another starter, it wasn’t exactly the ideal circumstance for the Lebanon Valley College men’s basketball team. But the Flying Dutchmen overcame, by pulling together and playing together. It certainly didn’t hurt that they’re deep, flexible and unselfish. On Wednesday night inside the friendly confines of Lou […]

  • BY JEFF FALK ANNVILLE – There are a number of factors impeding the Lebanon Valley College women’s basketball team’s pursuit of consistency right now. But the most efficient, the quickest and most permanent way for the Flying Dutchmen to get where they want to go is through defense. On Wednesday evening at Lou Sorrentino Gymnasium, […]

  • BY JEFF FALK For most people, ‘coach’ is a noun. But it is a word that can also be used as a salutation, a prefix or a title to show respect, similar to Mr. and Mrs., or Sir and Madam. Because once a coach, always a coach. Few people from Lebanon County have ever epitomized […]

  • BY JEFF FALK Many times, an athletic program will take on the personality – the character – of its head coach. That was certainly true of the Palmyra football program. Chris Pope always got the most out of himself. And not only did Pope always get the most out of the Palmyra football program, the […]

YOUR'S TRULY, JEFF FALK ››

Between The Lines ››

  • “We just went with the group we had. Without Luis and Collin, it was a big win for us. (Evin) Temochenko and (Zach) Tucker played great. (Braden) Bohannon always plays his role and he played well, as well.”

    – Lebanon Valley Men’s Basketball Coach Brad McAlester
  • “We aren’t consistent right now. We played as good of a game as we have all year at Widener. But for as well as we played at Widener, we played that poorly at York. We aren’t at our best yet, just because we have people missing.”

    – Lebanon Valley Women’s Basketball Coach Diane Decker
  • “Fundamentally, he was the best. Everything was so organized. He wasn’t a guy who was rah-rah. But his teams were so prepared. I always thought that’s what differentiated him from other coaches. If you played or coached for Norb, you learned a lot. But when the game was over, the game was over.”

    – Frank Hetrick on Norbie Danz

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RESPECTFULLY, Jeff Falk ››

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