TURBOTVILLE — On the first day of autumn, leaves continued to drop one after the other and so did the goals from Southern Columbia’s Meghan Longenhagen. The senior field hockey captain scored her 50th goal against the Trojans, with 23:21 left in the contest. Teammates celebrated with Longenh…
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BLOOMSBURG – For one night on the hallowed turf of Danny Hale Field at Redman Stadium, it was like old times for the Bloomsburg University football team in its Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division opener against Shippensburg.
SHAMOKIN — It’s been a while since the word playoffs was not only spoken around the Shamokin football program, but also that the mention of it generated some genuine excitement.
MOUNT CARMEL — North Schuylkill junior quarterback Jaden Leiby put on a show during Friday night's 33-21 win over Mount Carmel at the Silver Bowl in the annual meeting of non-conference rivals.
ALMEDIA — For a half, Central Columbia not only hung with Southern Columbia Friday, but probably outplayed the Tigers.
MANDATA — It almost felt as if anything was possible for the Eagles before Friday night's homecoming game against Millersburg.
NEWBERRYTOWN — The racing community is in mourning once again after the death of sprint car driver Greg Hodnett Thursday night.
MOUNT CARMEL — Although Lombardi’s sweep no longer shows up in the sophisticated high-octane offenses with the behemoth defensive linemen of today’s NFL, similar plays and formations continue to confound high school defensive coordinators.
MOUNT CARMEL — Former Mount Carmel star running back Bob Veach took a couple of years off from his long tenure as an assistant coach at his alma mater but found out that he missed it.
MOUNT CARMEL — After back-to-back decisive road victories, coach John Darrah’s Mount Carmel Red Tornadoes return to the friendly confines of Jazz Diminick Field at the Silver Bowl tonight but face their biggest challenge since week two.
Mount Carmel Area senior John Ayres is named Mr. PA Football Small School (Class 1A-3A) Player of the Week after a Week 4 performance that included 216 rushing yards on just 11 carries for three scores against Jersey Shore.
COAL TOWNSHIP — On Thursday night, Lourdes Regional volleyball struggled to produce points in its a Schuylkill League crossover with Lehighton, as it lost in three sets. The Red Raiders would also lose one of their best players in Doherty Fesniak.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Aden Trathen drilled home a goal with 23:37 left in the first half and the score held up the rest of the match as the Indians played outstanding defense during Southern’s 1-0 win Thursday.
The Mount Carmel Area school board accepted the resignation of assistant varsity football coach Shawn Sheptock during its monthly meeting Thursday to be effective immediately.
There is no doubt that Southern Columbia has everything going for it in 2018.
After scoring only 21 points through their first three games and starting the season off 1-2, Line Mountain could go above the .500 mark with a win against Millersburg.
Like last week’s game against Southern Columbia, Shamokin will not be favored when the Indians host Lewisburg along with homecoming festivities at Kemp Memorial Stadium.
Along with the falling leaves and the beginning of autumn, area tracks continue to offer special events with end of the season schedules.
CATAWISSA RR — As Southern Columbia girls soccer team took the field on Wednesday against South Williamsport, an intensity filled the air as two undefeated conference squads put up their dukes in a battle to the finish.
TURBOTVILLE — Warrior Run’s Avery Bieber and Jamie McCormack each scored in the opening five minutes of Wednesday’s HAC-II matchup against Shamokin and the game remained scoreless for the remainder to give the Defenders a 2-0 win.
CATAWISSA RR — Southern Columbia goalkeeper Vanessa Damgaard hasn’t been challenged very often this season, with the exception of the Tigers facing perennial powerhouse Selinsgrove.
NATALIE — Mount Carmel Area’s boys cross country team might have trouble defending its District Four championship because of a variety of factors, including a move up in class and the absence for the first half of the season of top runner, junior Krystof Lapotsky, who suffered a stress fract…
CATAWISSA RR — Former Lourdes Regional boys basketball coach Pete Long was hired as the head coach of Southern Columbia’s boys team during a school board meeting Monday.
Ryan Smith, of Kunkletown, led all 30 laps of the Jim Nace Memorial Sprint Car National Open Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway. One of the biggest wins of his career was worth $10,000.
It’s been quite a weekend for Southern Columbia wide receiver and five-star college recruit Julian Fleming.
CATAWISSA RR — Maddie Wilcox scored four goals and Meghan Longenhagen added three, all in the first half, to lead Southern Columbia to a dominating 11-0 non-conference win over Benton Saturday.
SELINSGROVE — Quarterback Michael Ruisch was 11-for-22 for 217 yards and three touchdowns in the second half while receiver Mitch Carsley had four catches for 106 yards and a TD as the Susquehanna University Football team erased an early 24-0 deficit to tie the game at 34-34 before falling t…
LEESPORT — Andy Bensing never lost hope that sooner or later Pennsylvania legislators would do the right thing and allow the use of leashed tracking dogs to track and recover big game animals.
WWE presents Hell In A Cell this evening on its network and on pay per view live from the AT&T Center in San Antonio with two matches to be held within the confines of the huge metal cage as Roman Reigns defends the Universal title against the challenge of popular heel Braun Strowman and…
As Southern lit up the scoreboard due to its big plays from its star players, one factor that may have got lost in the 48-0 win was its line play.
MANDATA – He had found the Juniata defense tough to penetrate most of the night and lost a fumble with his team in the red zone. But that was all forgotten after two plays.
JERSEY SHORE — Sometimes in sports, everything can go right for one team while nothing goes right for the other.
CATAWISSA R.R. — Everybody knows about Southern Columbia’s offensive stars — Julian Fleming, Stone Hollenbach, Gaige Garcia, and all three of them were effective Friday in the Tigers’ 48-0 shutout of Shamokin.
COAL TOWNSHIP — On the eve of what will surely be a memorable game, rookie New York Giant and former Penn State running back Saquon Barkley wished the Shamokin Area football team good luck against Southern Columbia prior to tonight’s game in Catawissa.
COAL TOWNSHIP — After seeing his team squander numerous opportunities and trailing 1-0 at the half, Lourdes Regional coach James Sandri thought he had witnessed the turning point in his team’s game with visiting Northumberland Christian School.
With the racing season winding down here in the Northeast, racing fans have plenty of options this coming weekend including offerings in both oval track racing and drag racing.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Few are going to give Henry Hynoski’s team a snowball’s chance in that hot place of winning tonight.
His reputation preceded him when Henry Hynoski stepped onto the Southern Columbia practice field with the varsity football team as a freshman in 2003.
After running rampant in week three of the season, Mount Carmel hits the road as they visit the Jersey Shore Bulldogs.
CATAWISSA RR — To paraphrase an old automobile commercial, Southern Columbia coach Jim Roth knows that his opponent tonight is not your father’s Shamokin Area.
Line Mountain has been looking to establish a run game since the beginning of last season.
COAL TOWNSHIP — From the word ‘go,’ Lourdes Regional and Northumberland Christian were battling for field position and energy was present in both teams.
MANDATA — Teague Hoffman and Sam Snyder each had hat tricks for the Eagles during Thursday’s 9-0 rout of East Juniata in Tri-Valley League field hockey action.
CATAWISSA RR — Kari Cambria had a hand in all four goals scored by the Tigers during Wednesday’s 4-0 HAC-III rout of Loyalsock.
On a rainy, dreary day in Mount Carmel, the Spartans, like the weather, didn’t take it easy on the Red Tornadoes.
MILTON — Southern Columbia senior Meghan Longenhagen scored four goals to lead the Tigers to a 6-0 shutout field hockey win over Milton to begin conference play in HAC-I.
HEGINS — Lourdes Regional volleyball bounced back from Thursday’s heartbreaking loss to Shamokin with a 3-2 win over Tri-Valley during a Schuylkill League crossover match on Saturday.
Tim Shaffer threw all he had at Freddie Rahmer Friday night, but it was Rahmer holding on to win the Night Before the 50 sprint car feature at Port Royal Speedway.
BLOOMSBURG — Even without a heroic presence such as William Wallace, the Fighting Scots of Edinboro managed to maintain momentum when it mattered and on a day when they were ripe for the taking managed to play with stout — if not brave —hearts by being able to control the ball with its runni…
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