MILTON — In Thursday’s District 4 Class 2A girls championship game, Mount Carmel’s offense made South Williamsport’s chances at a victory disappear in the early going.
WILLIAMSPORT — For the fourth consecutive year, Abby Doss reigns supreme over the District 4 field as she topped out in the 500 free at Thursday’s District 4 Swimming Championships.
MILTON — Thursday’s Class 2A consolation game was a do-or-die game for the Southern Columbia and Muncy girls basketball teams.
WILLIAMSPORT — The goals set by Shamokin’s Abby Doss at the beginning of the season started to take shape at Wednesday’s District 4 Swimming Championships as she looked to complete one of the most dominant four-year runs in the District 4 history.
As the high school wrestlers move into the regional tournaments this weekend to qualify for the state tournament next weekend in Hershey, college wrestlers are taking time to rest and recover a bit to prepare for the conference qualifying tournaments.
WILLIAMSPORT — With the game on the line, second-seeded Athens relied on its top scorers to defeat a feisty Shamokin girls basketball squad, 41-38, Tuesday night at Williamsport Area High School.
INDIANAPOLIS — Though the regular season for high school football is still several months away, the thought of improving is always on the mind of head coaches throughout the area.
Day one of the District 4 swimming championships is finally here.
District 4 released its preliminary brackets for the Class 2A Northeast Regional wrestling championships, which will begin on Friday evening at 6 p.m. and continue on Saturday.
SELINSGROVE — For the eighth time in the past decade or so, Susquehanna University’s men’s basketball team will be in the postseason and head coach Frank Marcinek, a Coal Township resident, couldn’t be happier.
Two things have proven to be almost certain over the last ten years around this time. The weather is cold, and Mount Carmel Area’s girls basketball team is in championship mode. Yesterday afternoon the Red Tornadoes continued their postseason mission of winning another gold, and they did so …
WILLIAMSPORT — Jacob Feese’s battle with unbeaten Dylan Bennett in the District 4 Class 2A finals Saturday night exemplified the performance turned in this weekend by his Line Mountain teammates.
MILTON — There was 4:33 left in the third quarter of the District 4 Class 2A Girls Basketball semifinal matchup between Southern Columbia (14-10) and South Williamsport (14-10) when the Mounties lost their senior point guard Julie Anthony to an apparent knee injury. At the time, the Tigers a…
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COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin girls basketball was on a mission and marched with the fine tune of its seniors in a 44-31 victory over 6-seeded Milton in the Class 4A quarterfinals.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin Area’s once promising boys basketball season came to a premature end Friday, and with all the subtleties of a car hitting a wall at 60 miles per hour.
Weekend action of the District 4 Class 2A individual wrestling championships began on Friday with wrestlers from Mount Carmel, Shamokin, Line Mountain and Southern Columbia hitting the mat.
MOUNT CARMEL — In sports we often hear the best ability is availability, but we normally don’t dive deep into the profession that helps make athletes hit the playing field consistently while providing a high level of expertise that can be life changing.
MOUNT CARMEL — There are a lot of different moments during a regular season that shape teams once they make the postseason.
There are many different household names across different landscapes of sports that, even though someone may not be a die-hard fan, the name can still be recognized due to popularity.
When Chad Shirk applied for the head wrestling coaching job at Saucon Valley in the Lehigh Valley he knew if he didn’t produce, he’d be looking for another position.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Tuesday night’s District 4 Class 2A girls basketball opening round playoff matchup inside Southern Columbia’s Charles Nesbitt Gymnasium was a perfect example of why the district adopted a power ranking system a few years ago.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel girls basketball showed why they’re ready for playoff basketball as they pummeled Cowanesque Valley 63-16 on Tuesday night in a District 4 Class 2A quarterfinal game.
LAPORTE — Lourdes Regional dug themselves a first half hole and couldn’t quite get out of it in their 53-44 loss to Sullivan County in District 4 Class 1A girls basketball quarterfinal action Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) released its preliminary rosters and coaching staffs for the 19th annual PSFCA East vs. West All-Star game.
LAPORTE — Sullivan County made a statement early as they rolled to a 71-49 victory against OLOL boys basketball during Tuesday night’s Class 1A district quarterfinals.
With District 4 tipping off its postseason play in both boys and girls basketball tonight, here’s a quick glance at quarterfinal matchups that will be taking place this week:
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Although he expected to get a low seed for Saturday’s District 4 Class 2A Southern Sectional Tournament, Line Mountain’s Aidan Kritzer didn’t have to be happy about it.
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District 4 released playoff brackets for boys and girls basketball on Sunday afternoon, which officially revealed opening matchups for seven local teams.
Earlier in February, the Southern Columbia Competitive Cheerleading team and coaches traveled to Dallas, Texas, and competed in the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) High School National Championships.
With a diving invitational set to begin this morning at Williamsport Area High School, there’s a pair of Shamokin students who will shoot for gold in Aaron Shicora and Gavin Balchunas.
In today’s PIAA District 4 Class 2A South portion of the wrestling bracket, there will be a change of sorts. In the 285-pound category, Southern’s Lear Quinton will receive a bye after Lewisburg’s Adam Gilligbauer was scratched as the 6th seed. Danville’s Tyler Simas moves to the vacated spo…
District 4 released seedings for each sectional tournament on Thursday afternoon.
When Susquehanna University men’s golf coach Ryan Felty looked back at his career, including a solid run at Lourdes Regional, he took time to remember the days that stood out from all the rest — days that helped make him the coach he is today.
SUNBURY — Mount Carmel Area boys basketball coach John Lazicki probably wouldn’t mind if he never had to play Loyalsock again. Okay, he’d probably like to beat his conference and district nemesis once or twice before that, but you get the picture.
The state team duals are in the rearview mirror and its time to crown the best high school wrestlers in the state.
HARRISBURG — High school all-stars from Pennsylvania and Maryland will compete at the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) Big 33 Football Classic’s 63rd annual game on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, at Central Dauphin’s Landis Field in Lower Paxton Township.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Jersey Shore held off Southern Columbia for a road win during a boys basketball contest on Tuesday evening.
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MANDATA — Line Mountain boys basketball beat Newport at home during the team’s last regular season game on Wednesday evening, 65-35.
The Heartland Athletic Conference basketball championships will tip off tonight with two boys varsity matchups at Shikellamy High School.
COAL TOWNSHIP — With playoffs looming, Shamokin boys hoops got ready for the occasion by dancing through the Milton defense with an 80-47 drubbing on Monday evening.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Southern Columbia’s boys basketball team grabbed a dramatic 50-49 home win over Shikellamy on Monday evening.
In this area, there’s never much sympathy for Southern Columbia athletics when it stumbles.
In terms of popular sports, bowling is not necessarily at the top of the list.
SELINSGROVE — This weekend, the Susquehanna University men’s indoor track & field team was split as the pole vaulters and multi athletes competed at the College of Brockport Multi on Feb. 7-8 while the rest of the team headed to the Alvernia University Plex Shootout on Saturday. The Rive…
HERSHEY — Cade Linn had plenty of time to think things through.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel girls hoops had three players in double figures during a 65-44 win against Nativity on Saturday afternoon.
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HERSHEY — Renewing acquaintances was Friday’s theme at Giant Center — at least for the fellas from Southern Columbia — as they encountered the same set of opponents they ran into a year ago in the run-up to the PIAA Class 2A Team Wrestling final.
COAL TOWNSHIP — One question folks in the coal region might have is, “What direction is Shamokin Area baseball going?”
HERSHEY — Line Mountain was eliminated in the first round of the consolation bracket of the PIAA Class 2A Team Wrestling Championships by Montoursville on Friday morning, 35-29.
- Warrant: Man shot another person in Shamokin, fled to Mount Carmel; standoff continues
- Paul R. Long
- UPDATE: Alleged shooter held without bail
- Standoff ends, man charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault relating to shooting
- County communications: Incident began after midnight in Shamokin
- Ralpho Township crash sends carful of juveniles to Geisinger
- Fire victims identified; cause remains under investigation
- Four charged with drug offenses
- C.O. charged with soliciting sexually explicit material from 14-year-old girl
- William L. McCollum