The 2015 fall Blue Eagles sports season is entering Turn 4 as some sports are finishing for the season while others are still in full gear. This past Friday, October 16, the Nazareth Varsity Football Team played host on Pink Night to the East Stroudsburg North. The Blue Eagles came away with a 41-6 win and improve to 5-2 and will travel to Whitehall on Friday, October 23 for a 7 p.m. game. Jahan Dotson, after his 3 TD catches last week against ES North, has established a new school career record with 18 TD catches. He now has 98 career receptions (record of 116 by Chris Garr from 1986 through 1988). The Nazareth Middle School Football Team improves to 7-0 after a 31-0 win at Northampton on October 17 and will now play a 9 a.m. home game vs. Easton on Saturday October 24. The Nazareth Field Hockey Team finished their 2015 season 8-10 as they played host to Parkland on October 13 and Northampton on October 15 and fell short in both of those games to be eliminated from making the playoffs. The Nazareth Girls Tennis Team will start Districts on Tuesday October 20 at 3 p.m. vs. Whitehall. If the girls win, they will be back home again on Thursday, October 22. Congratulations Halle DeNardo and Madison Stewart. EPC #2 Doubles Champions and congratulations goes out to Alison Smith (#2 Singles Runner-up) and Amber Achenbach (#3 Singles Runner-up). The Nazareth Girls Soccer Team started the Districts at Pocono Mountain East on October 17 with a 1-0 win and now will face Parkland in round two on Tuesday, October 20. The Nazareth Boys Soccer Team ends the 2015 Season 5-11-2 after a loss at Parkland on October 12 and a win at Northampton on October 14 to end the season.