April 2022: News Briefs


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Liza Duerholz, Editor-in-Chief

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue. 

Girls varsity volleyball coach resigns, replacement found 

Coach Brianne Giangiobbe announced her resignation from the girls volleyball team in early March. EHS decided to fill her position with current club coach and physical therapist in St. Luke’s Orthopedic Residency, Jessica Attieh. She will start this upcoming fall. 

White signs deal with Philadelphia Eagles 

Emmaus 2014 graduate Kyzir White officially signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. White played for EHS. Upon graduation, he played for Lackawanna College for his first two years of college before finishing his last two at West Virginia University. White was recruited to the Los Angeles Chargers the season following graduation, where he spent four years. He is set to play as a linebacker for the Eagles this fall. 

Tennis takes on EPCs 

The boys tennis team rounds out the season with a 12-4 record. At EPCs, singles players Edward Chow and Nicolas Gilboy, as well as doubles team Bejamin Fletcher and Zachary Moser won bronze.