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Northampton, No. Lehigh hoping to rebound in 2014

Northampton, No. Lehigh hoping to rebound in 2014

Two proud programs in northern Lehigh County are hoping for bounceback seasons in 2014.

Northampton went 0-12 last year, with all 12 of those losses coming by double digits.

This year, Mark Scisly has taken over as head coach of the K-Kids.

Scisly had some success at resuscitating down programs while coaching Salisbury and Boyertown.

In the Colonial League, perennial powerhouse Northern Lehigh stumbled to a 2-8 season last year.

The Bulldogs don't have much depth this season, but they do return some key players that they hope will help them return to their winning ways this season.


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