NESCOPECK — If a deer hunter truly believes the bolt-action or lever-action rifle they have carried for years and perhaps inherited from a family member is “good enough” for them to tag a buck, chances they will never take that “buck of a lifetime.”

World Wrestling Entertainment presents its annual fall classic, the Survivor Series, tonight on the WWE Network and pay per view with a sellout crowd expected at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for a card that has changed rather dramatically during the past week with a surprise title chang…

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HERSHEY — In a postseason run that featured some of the most improbable players netting game-winners, it’s only fitting that the foot of Southern Columbia defender Sami Palacz lifted the Tigers to a 3-2 overtime victory against Freedom Area during Friday’s PIAA Class 1A Girls Soccer Champion…

When Southern Columbia defeated Montrose 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class 1A Championship, the Tigers faced brisk and extremely windy conditions that forced players to keep the ball low and made goal kicks extremely tricky.

DANVILLE — On a senior-laden team, sophomore Karly Renn was the big hero Tuesday, knocking in two first-half goals to lead Southern Columbia to a 2-1 win over East Juniata in the PIAA Class 1A girls soccer state semifinal game.

MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel had reason to be concerned at halftime of its District 4 Class 2A semifinal against North Penn-Mansfield on Saturday afternoon. Despite holding a 157-58 yards advantage over the Panthers, the Red Tornadoes only held a slim 14-7 lead, as it was hurt by 72 yards of …

CATAWISSA RR — Even though his team may be heavily favored in some games, such as Saturday’s District 4 Class 2A semifinal against Troy, Southern Columbia head coach Jim Roth is always one to show respect to his team’s opponent.

The death of a major wrestling star from the territory days, more sadness for the Sammartino family and very average Raw and Smackdown shows heading toward a Survivor Series that thus far is shaping up as one that could be strong on in-ring wrestling, but have no results of major consequence…

The Southern Columbia girls soccer team has become red hot over its past four playoff games and it will have to take down another high quality opponent when it plays Montrose (22-1) tomorrow at 1 p.m. in a PIAA Class 1A quarterfinal matchup at Dunmore High School.

Last Saturday Shamokin earned its first playoff victory since 2011 with a 39-7 romp over Loyalsock. This week the Indians will visit Danville (9-2) with hopes of advancing to the next round of the postseason.

The eighth annual Shamokin Rotary Turkey Trot will be held Thanksgiving Nov. 22, beginning at the main entrance of Shamokin Area’s Kemp Memorial Stadium.

Key results from Crown Jewel and Evolution, along with the fallout leading up to the Survivor Series spectacular two weeks from tonight in Los Angeles are the focus this week In This Corner. The controversial Crown Jewel pay per view from a sold-out King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Sa…

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MOUNT CARMEL — Despite some less than ideal footing, Mount Carmel senior lineman Billy Anderson was having fun Friday night on a rain-soaked, muddy Jazz Diminick Field at the Silver Bowl.

CATAWISSA RR — On a Friday night with a heavy downpour, Southern Columbia football dumped a hefty amount of points on the scoreboard en route to a 55-0 win over Line Mountain in the District 4 Class 2A quarterfinals.

ALMEDIA — With a trip to the state playoffs on the line, Southern girls soccer and South Williamsport played like anything was possible. Southern ultimately seized the day and claimed a 1-0 victory over the Mounties in the District 4 Class 1A semifinals on Thursday at Central Columbia.

DANVILLE — Two days before Halloween, things were already to seem mighty eerie for Southern Columbia’s girls soccer team again in their District 4 Class 1A quarterfinal against Bloomsburg Monday.

Donny Schatz took the lead on lap 32 and cruised from there earning $51,000 for his first career Tuscarora 50 win at Port Royal Speedway Sunday evening.

BLOOMSBURG – Playing its final game of the season on Danny Hale Field at Redman Stadium, the Bloomsburg University football team kept alive the possibility of a 20th consecutive winning season Saturday with a 38-14 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division victory over Millersville.

A stunning health revelation leading to the relinquishment of the Universal title at Raw and the fallout, the line-up for what has become almost an afterthought of an historic pay per view scheduled for tonight and a world title change for a once prestigious organization on its 70th annivers…

MOUNT CARMEL — Shamokin Area head coach Henry Hynoski leaned back against the visiting locker room at the Mount Carmel Area Field House and asked for a couple moments to collect his thoughts following the Indians’ 28-7 loss to Mount Carmel in Friday’s Coal Bucket game.