MOUNT CARMEL — When Mount Carmel girls basketball needed to put away Southern, it turned to one of the more dominate inside forces the area has seen in recent memory — DaniRae Renno — in a 44-29 win in the eighth annual Coaches versus Cancer event Wednesday night.
In the night game of the 8th Annual Think BIG event between Mount Carmel Area (14-3) and the visitors from Southern Columbia (3-12) it appeared at halftime that the Tigers were on a mission to pull off the major upset against the host Red Tornadoes. After SCA freshman Braeden Wisloski finish…
COAL TOWNSHIP — Matt Schiccatano posted a team-high 15 points as Shamokin toppled the Bulldogs on Wednesday night, 62-44.
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MECHANICSBURG — Southern Columbia’s football program will remain in Class 2A for the next two seasons following a ruling by the PIAA board of directors on Wednesday.
COAL TOWNSHIP — After trailing by as much as 15 points, Shamokin girls basketball chiseled out a come-from-behind victory against Warrior Run, 57-55 on Tuesday night.
SHAMOKIN — After coming into the season just four wins shy of the 700th win in program history, coach Todd Hockenbroch’s young Shamokin Area Indians lost their first nine matches.
CATAWISSA RR — The Panthers got 16 points from Madeline Evans as they flew past Southern girls basketball on Tuesday evening, 58-40.
MOUNT CARMEL — Sometimes highly anticipated sporting events do not always live up to expectations, just ask MMA fighter Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone — who lasted just 40 seconds against Conor McGregor last Saturday.
COAL TOWNSHIP — In what may have been a preview of next month’s Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference championship, Loyalsock, buoyed by a strong fourth-quarter defense and the offensive play of Idris Ali, remained unbeaten (14-0) with an intense 75-70 victory over Shamokin Monday.
POTTSVILLE — Lourdes Regional (4-11) fell to Nativity (12-4) during an away Schuylkill League crossover game on Monday, 46-43.
HOLLAND — Southern Columbia finished ninth at the annual Escape the Rock tournament with a final team score of 88.5.
BETHLEHEM — According to a study done by the NCAA last spring, only 1% of high school wrestlers are granted the opportunity to continue the sport at one of the 78 Division I wrestling programs in the U.S.
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Shamokin Area’s boys basketball game against Central Mountain, originally scheduled for Saturday, is postponed until Friday, Jan. 31, at Central Mountain High School.
MANDATA — After dealing with a physical Montgomery boys basketball team in the early going, Riley Young and Line Mountain took off like a rocket for a 59-29 victory on Friday night.
MOUNT CARMEL — Even though he hasn’t made a final decision about whether he wants to join the U.S. Air Force, Mount Carmel Area senior Dylan Pupo is leaning towards doing so and has given it quite a lot of thought.
MILLMONT — Dillan, the Asiatic black bear, will soon be heading to Colorado.
SELINSGROVE — From performing at a high level as a member of Mount Carmel’s track and field team to long and triple jumping for Susquehanna University, Maya Khanna has gained memories that will last a lifetime.
MILTON — According to Milton varsity wrestling head coach Josh Anspach, the key to team success in dual meets is momentum and the Black Panthers got on a roll and picked up momentum midway through their HAC-I battle against Shamokin Thursday evening in The Jungle.
DUNCANNON — Line Mountain wrestling improved its undefeated league record to 4-0 with a 49-19 victory on the road over Susquenita on Thursday.
MIDDLETOWN — Ahead of the upcoming 2020 campaign, Penn State Harrisburg’s Bret Williams has been named a Preseason First-Team All-American by D3baseball.com.
OAKS — Looking for a great day and night of fun? Gather up your camera — or cellphone — and autograph book. Put on your most comfortable shoes and head on out to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks for the 36th annual PPB Motorsports 2020 Racecar and Trade Show.
CATAWISSA RR – At this point in the season, Southern Columbia’s coaching staff is trying to find a rotation that provides the lift that the young Tigers need.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Some people have said that the greatest gift you can give is time.
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COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin Area’s Mason Filarski scored his 1,000 point during the Indians 60-52 home victory over Selinsgrove on Wednesday.
CATAWISSA RR — For a team that’s missing three wrestlers who have been state placewinners, Southern Columbia just seems to keep rolling along.
MIFFLINBURG — The coming of the new year hasn’t exactly been a pleasant arrival for Shamokin Area High School’s girls basketball team.
Even though the Line Mountain archery team experienced some changes before and during the season, that didn’t stop the Eagles from competing at a high level.
MOUNT CARMEL — Tyler Winhofer has loved the cradle since his elementary wrestling days and the popular move served the Mount Carmel Area senior well Tuesday night against the Red Tornadoes’ longtime rival, North Schuylkill.
WILLIAMSPORT — Julie Anthony scored 16 points to lead South Williamsport past Southern in Tuesday night girls basketball action, 49-48.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Basketball is a game of runs more often than not.
DANVILLE — Dante Harward had a game-high 16 points as Danville downed Southern boys hoops on Monday, 71-31.
COAL TOWNSHIP — If you take a trip to the Shamokin Area High School swimming pool, you won’t just see students competing for precise times or performing at a championship level, but you’ll also see a family working in unison towards common goals each week during a five month period.
MANDATA — Jacob Feese was looking forward to a chance to face a fellow returning PIAA qualifier.
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HERSHEY — Southern Columbia’s competitive cheer team finished 11th in the small varsity finals of the Competitive Spirit Championships on Saturday afternoon.
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COAL TOWNSHIP — At times in tightly-contested games, there are certain players who — whether it’s through a game plan, an adjustment or just the flow of the game — gives their team enough of a spark to gain the advantage in a contest.
HERSHEY — Southern Columbia’s competitive cheerleading team advanced to the final round of the PIAA championships by earning a final score of 79.97 Friday afternoon in Hershey.
MIFFLINBURG — For the first eight minutes of Friday night’s HAC-I showdown between Mifflinburg and Shamokin, the home Wildcats threw everything they had at the division-leading Indians.
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MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel Area’s 44-24 Heartland Athletic Conference Division III wrestling win over Warrior Run had all the intensity that will be on hand for the upcoming District 4 2A Duals.
CATAWISSA RR — There aren’t many occasions where you can find that every single team in a division has a winning record, in any sport.
MIFFLINTOWN — After trailing 3-0, early in their match with Juniata, Line Mountain wrestling got rolling and won 49-24 on Thursday night.
You wouldn’t be far off calling Tom Elling wrestling’s Energizer bunny.
COAL TOWNSHIP — In a battle of two four-win teams, Shamokin girls basketball used its lockdown defense en route to a 31-26 win versus Lewisburg on Wednesday night.
Due to the hazardous weather on Tuesday, all sporting events were cancelled as schools held early dismissals.
SCRANTON — Southern Columbia Area graduate Madison Klock scored a career-high 26 points for Penn College of Technology on Monday night during an away non-conference game at Marywood University.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Even though there’s roughly a month until the postseason, Mount Carmel and Shamokin girls basketball gave their fans an opportunity to cheer — and felt as if a championship was on the line.
TURBOTVILLE — Though basketball is a game of quarters and not rounds, like boxing, the Warrior Run boys varsity basketball team did its best to land a first-round knockout against visiting Southern Columbia Monday night.
SHAMOKIN — Youth sports have always been a great way for kids to learn the fundamentals and become a part of something bigger than themselves at a basic level.
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