OMAHA — Playing on the biggest stage is a dream for every athlete growing up.
ELYSBURG — Former longtime Milton Area School District administrator Chuck Fritzges is counting down the days until his next retirement.
STATE COLLEGE — Tri-Valley’s Allison Huhn raised her arms in celebration once the ball bounced off her bat. The ball traveled to deep centerfield, which allowed Grace Header to score the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Bulldogs a 2-1 victory over West Greene …
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STATE COLLEGE — There was a good chance that the first team to score a run in the Class 2A Softball State Championship was going to win the game.
STATE COLLEGE — It’s hard for a softball team to lose a game if it doesn’t surrender any runs, and Line Mountain has only done that once during the postseason with Kya Matter on the mound and a sound defense backing her up.
STATE COLLEGE -- Kaely Walshaw hit a game-winning double in the ninth inning of the Class 2A Softball State Championship to lift Line Mountain to a 1-0 win over Ligonier Valley Thursday afternoon in State College.
STATE COLLEGE — Every pitch seemed to matter during Thursday’s Class 2A Softball State Championship between Line Mountain and Ligonier Valley as both teams were held scoreless through eight innings.
The 14th Annual USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series “Eastern Storm” tour has moved past the halfway mark of its 2021 edition of the exciting wingless sprint car action following events at Grandview, Bridgeport and Selinsgrove speedways.
STATE COLLEGE — Line Mountain (22-3) and Ligonier Valley (22-2) will play in the PIAA Class 2A Softball State Championship today at 11 a.m. at Beard Field on the campus of Penn State University.
Stepping away from coaching is never easy, and Jordan Rickert echoed that thought following her recent resignation as the head coach of Shamokin Area girls’ basketball team.
STATE COLLEGE — Before the Line Mountain softball team departed from Pine Grove following its win against Williams Valley in the state semifinal on Monday, head coach Butch Fessler gathered his team together to share one final message.
LEWISBURG — Bucknell swimming head coach Dan Schinnerer announced Tuesday that 2020 Shamokin Area graduate Abby Doss will join the Bison’s swimming & diving team as a transfer.
Southern Columbia Area graduate Gaige Garcia announced Tuesday on social media that he will transfer from Michigan University to Lehigh University to continue his academic and athletic career.
PINE GROVE — When the 2021 softball season began, players on Line Mountain had their eyes set on one date: June 17.
PINE GROVE — Tri-Valley had a three-run fourth inning to beat Halifax 7-3 in the Class 1A state semifinal game Monday at Pine Grove.
MOUNT CARMEL — The Mount Carmel Area Junior Baseball League held its annual Nate’s Mates Tournament this weekend.
MANDATA — The Line Mountain Legion Baseball team was crowned champion of the annual Kip Snyder Memorial Baseball Tournament Saturday at the Line Mountain baseball field.
When Line Mountain’s softball team fell to Williams Valley in a regular season game back in the beginning of April, the Eagles were hoping to see the Vikings again in the state playoffs for a shot to get revenge.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Lourdes Regional held its annual basketball camp this week at its high school following a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MILTON - Little League baseball and softball, the annual rite of passage for many area youths during the summer months, is finally back following a one-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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EUGENE, Ore. -- Maura Fiamoncini earned her first-ever First Team All-American citation in placing third at the NCAA Championships in the javelin on Thursday evening. Fiamoncini broke her own school record on her second throw of the evening (185-4) to earn Bucknell's highest-ever NCAA Championship finish on the women's side, passing Hall of Famer Lonnie Fertik. Fertik placed fourth in the 1982 NCAA Championships in the heptathlon.
PINE GROVE — Despite being held scoreless through seven innings of play, Line Mountain’s softball team remained confident as it was heading into the eighth inning of a state quarterfinal game against Brandywine Heights on Thursday.
Following its early spring visit in April of the 2021 racing season, the USAC AMSOIL National Wingless Sprint Car Series returns next week for one of the most highly anticipated events of the season, “The Eastern Storm.”
ANNVILLE — Line Mountain softball's scheduled 1 p.m. PIAA Class 2A Quarterfinal game Thursday against Brandywine Heights has been postponed to 3 p.m. and moved from Lebanon Valley College to Pine Grove due to field conditions.
MECHANICSBURG — Last June, the PIAA was offering recommendations for face coverings and return-to-play policies as high school sports teams began voluntary workouts for upcoming sports seasons, which weren’t even guaranteed to take place amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
ANNVILLE — The last time Line Mountain’s softball team played at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, the Eagles saw their season end in a heartbreaking 4-3 loss in nine innings to Susquenita in the first round of the 2019 state playoffs.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Senator Scott Martin (R-13) will be joined by Pennsylvania Rep. Ann Flood (R-138) and Olympic gold medal winner and World Champion wrestler Bruce Baumgartner to highlight the growth of girls wrestling in Pennsylvania and the movement of making it a PIAA sanctioned s…
MECHANICSBURG — The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletics Association (PIAA) will discuss a schedule change for the 2022 PIAA Basketball Championships today during its board of directors meeting, which begins at 2 p.m.
TUNKHANNOCK — The Line Mountain High School girls softball team made history Monday afternoon by winning its first ever state playoff game by way of a 6-0 victory over Elk Lake in the first round of the PIAA Class 2A state playoffs Monday evening at Tunkhannock Area High School.
WILLIAMSPORT — Line Mountain sophomore shortstop Brooke Novinger wasted no time atoning for a rare mistake, and her ability to shake off an error was just one reason that the Eagles were celebrating back-to-back District 4 Class 2A championships at Elm Park on Saturday.
WILLIAMSPORT — There were a lot of tears in the Shamokin Area dugout following the Indians’ 3-2, nine-inning loss to Danville Saturday in the District 4 Class 4A championship softball game at Williamsport’s Elm Park.
ALMEDIA — Looking deeper into the box score, Southern Columbia and Sayre played almost evenly in Friday afternoon’s District 4 Class 2A championship game.
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INDIANA, Pa. — Indiana University of Pennsylvania hired Steve Kline as the 14th head coach in the baseball program’s history, Director of Athletics Todd Garzarelli announced Friday afternoon.
Berwick 7, Lewisburg 3
For the third time in a week, forecasted rain has postponed district playoff softball and baseball games.
Following a weekend of wetness and rain-outs throughout the area during the Memorial Day weekend, Big Diamond Speedway looks to return to action tonight with a five-division program.
WILLIAMSPORT — The last time Southern Columbia won a district title in baseball, the sports world was a lot of different.
WILLIAMSPORT—Shamokin pitcher Annie Hornberger was feeling it after the first inning of a District 4 Class 4A semifinal game against No. 3 seed Athens on Tuesday at Elm Park in Williamsport.
WILLIAMSPORT — As happy as he was with his team’s mercy-rule victory in the District 4 Class 2A semifinals, Line Mountain head coach Butch Fessler was still ready to smack himself for costing his pitcher a perfect game.
MIDDLETOWN — Bret Williams has been named the D3baseball.com Mid-Atlantic Regional Player of the Year to lead four all-region selections for Penn State Harrisburg’s baseball team.
SHIPPENSBURG — As the eight medalists in the PIAA Class 3A 400-meter run settled into the holding area at Shippensburg University’s Seth Grove Stadium on Saturday afternoon waiting for their call to the podium, the biggest smile came from the back row.
Seven semifinal softball games that were scheduled to take place on Monday were postponed due to poor field conditions from rain over the holiday weekend.
HARRISBURG — Southern Columbia’s Braden Heim and Wade Kerstetter helped the East beat the West in the PSFCA Small-School East/West all-star football game at Upper Dauphin’s Landis Field in Harrisburg on Sunday.
District 4 Standings
District 4 Standings
SHIPPENSBURG — Despite a spectacular start to the meet, the Southern Columbia Area boys’ track athletes were concerned that some team with more athletes than Southern’s four, would score more team points in the PIAA Class 2A meet.
SHIPPENSBURG — Southern Columbia senior Karly Renn has had a big week. Earlier named valedictorian of the class of 2021, she capped it off by finishing in a tie for third in the pole vault Friday at the PIAA Class 2A state track and field championships at Shippensburg University.
SHIPPENSBURG — Milton girls track and field Coach Rod Harris knew his 4x100 relay team was good. He thought that barring injury, he had a team capable of capturing a medal at Shippensburg.
HERSHEY - After Evan Cecchini fought back to knot up the first set of his PIAA Class 2A quarterfinal match versus Windber's Matt Kozar at two games apiece, the worst possible thing happened to the Green Dragon.
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