HARRISBURG — Professional sports can resume in Pennsylvania where the governor’s stay-at-home order to stem the spread of the coronavirus is no longer in force, but without spectators, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration said Wednesday.

All Elite Wrestling offers its first pay per view since the start of the coronavirus pandemic at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida, this evening with a card highlighted by a match to crown a champion for a new AEW title, an AEW heavyweight championship bout and a 10-man tag battle betwe…

ANNVILLE — Ron “Buddy” Knoebel has been selected for inclusion in the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Hall of Fame, the conference based in Lebanon County announced Tuesday.

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TOWSON, Maryland — Susquehanna University senior Chris Petraskie, a Shamokin Area High School alumnus, along with six of his senior peers from across the league were selected as the Landmark Conference Men’s Track & Field Athletes of the Week for the week ending May 3.

World Wrestling Entertainment will present its Money In The Bank (MITB) pay per view tomorrow evening with a card that includes recently taped men’s and women’s ladder matches that ran concurrently at Titan Towers and title defenses for Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman coming from the Perfor…

MANSFIELD – Mansfield University baseball’s sophomore Brittain Shander and softball’s junior Joelle Snyder were named Spring Iron Mounties of the Year for their efforts in the weight room and during their team’s offseason.

Challenging times continue for everyone and the pro wrestling community, despite some companies still being able to turn out new shows, is no exception. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) limps into the go-home week of television for next Sunday’s Money In the Bank pay-per-view, originally …

One of the world’s most valuable sports franchises applied for and received $4.6 million from a federal loan program designed to help small businesses get through the novel coronavirus pandemic, something that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin called “outrageous.”

The emergence of Philadelphia charter school Math, Civics & Science (MC&S) as a power in Pennsylvania high school basketball has come alongside the emergence of Mighty Elephants’ junior guard Nasine Poplar as one of the state’s best players.

WWE financial reports that probably won’t help morale among former or remaining company workers, more Triple H than you might have ever wanted and some television built for next month’s Money In The Bank pay-per-view, along with the deaths of a couple of old school referees are our top stori…

(WP) — The PGA Tour announced additional modifications to its schedule Thursday, delaying the resumption of the season to the second week of June after initially targeting late May amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that has put the sports world on hiatus.

The XFL informed its employees Friday that it is suspending operations effective immediately and that all team and league workers have been terminated amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple reports.

Drew McIntyre pinned Brock Lesnar to capture the WWE heavyweight championship and Braun Strowman upended Bill Goldberg for the Universal title in two of the feature matches at last weekend’s controversial mania-less WrestleMania 36 in front of zero fans and limited essential personnel. The m…

MECHANICSBURG — As Gov. Tom Wolf announced late Thursday morning the closure of schools for the remainder of the academic year, the PIAA officially canceled all winter and sports championships — giving spring athletes and those still competing in winter championships the answer to the questi…

SHAMOKIN — Canceling school and the remainder of athletics is not a conclusion the state Department of Education and PIAA rushed to the minute the coronavirus became a pandemic, and that decision was made early on by other states nationwide.

A couple of unsolicited thoughts on today’s plight, recent television recaps with more changes to next weekend’s WrestleMania and a little nostalgia are part of what we have on tap this week as the Insider barely kicked out at two and three quarters to get this column your way.

MECHANICSBURG — The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) announced Monday that all sports will be postponed another two weeks.

Susquehanna University senior Chris Petraskie was all set to compete in the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships, but then the day before he was supposed to hit the track, he got the last phone call he ever wanted.

Despite all of the craziness of the current coronavirus crisis and its multitude of implications for all of us, there continues to be plenty to write about in the pro wrestling world because, as fluid as everything about this “new normal” has been, there seems to be no shortage of news and v…

LEWISBURG — Had the coronavirus pandemic not struck, a longtime writer and wrestling enthusiast would be in Minneapolis, Minn., today enjoying his 48th edition of the NCAA National Wrestling Championships.

TOWSON, Md. — The Landmark Conference announced Wednesday that all of the league’s spring sports seasons and respective championship events have been canceled in response to the coronavirus.

A day after releasing a statement on the coronavirus, the PIAA announced on Tuesday that its office will be closed until March 30 in accordance to Gov. Tom Wolf’s statewide instruction to close all non-essential businesses.

PHILADELPHIA — The Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Pennsylvania announced the 2020 Penn Relays have been canceled Monday via a press release.

MECHANICSBURG — On Friday, Gov. Wolf issued a directive to close all schools in the state for 10 business days starting Monday. This means all school activities including sports practices, plays, musicals, mock trials, field trips, etc.