SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — After yet another exciting summer of Little League baseball and softball, the official dates have been announced for the Little League World Series tournaments over the next three years, as approved by the Little League International Board of Directors during the annual …
CATAWISSA RR — There was little doubt Southern Columbia football could have named the score in the Tigers’ 42-0 District 4 Class 2A semifinal win over North Penn-Mansfield Saturday at frigid Tiger Stadium.
TROY — After not playing last week due to Bloomsburg forfeiting it could be reasoned that Mount Carmel Area football would be a little rusty on Saturday.
As more and more mentored and novice hunters join the ranks of those pursuing the “Big Three” of bear, deer and wild turkey in Pennsylvania, veteran hunters are seeing the benefits of blind hunting.
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BLOOMSBURG — It was good — no great — while it lasted. It was the Bloomsburg University school record of 20 consecutive football seasons with a winning record, each with a minimum of six victories — which is a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference record. As for the overall winning streak, …
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After another busy soccer season, it’s only fitting to hop into all-star talk around local water coolers as the winter season continues to inch closer.
DANVILLE — When it comes to raising the bar in competitive cheer, Southern Columbia has done that in more ways than one.
CATAWISSA RR — After proving that lightning could strike multiple times in one night, Southern Columbia football gets to showcase its big play capability once again as they host North Penn-Mansfield on Saturday in the PIAA District 4 Class 2A semifinals.
LEWISBURG — In a tumultuous time for college athletics, a recent Bucknell Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) national survey noted that a majority of Americans support paying collegiate athletes, but significant gaps break by political party, age and gender lines.
The Twin Valley Volleyball League announced its league all-star team for the 2019 season this week.
TROY — If you’re a fan of run-heavy offenses that grind out first downs on the ground, Saturday’s District 4 Class 2A semifinal matchup between Troy and Mount Carmel is the game for you.
The Schuylkill League recently announced its conference all-star list for girls soccer.
MOUNT CARMEL — Just a few hours before Julian Fleming and the rest of his Southern Columbia teammates cruised to a first-round playoff victory against Towanda, including a 64-yard touchdown reception by the senior on the game’s first play, Fleming and a couple of teammates were in Mount Carm…
HERSHEY — Mount Carmel’s Caroline Fletcher and Southern Columbia’s Annabell Reck stuck close to each other during Saturday’s PIAA Class 1A girls state championship race, much as they did at the District Four championships.
WEST CHESTER — Derek Stoner congratulated everyone in the room who had served at least once as a mentor in the Pennsylvania Game Commission Mentored Youth Hunting Program (MYHP), which allows individuals younger than 12 years of age to hunt squirrels, rabbits, doves, woodchucks, coyotes, dee…
HERSHEY — For a guy who just missed a PIAA state cross country medal by five spots and about seven seconds, Mount Carmel’s Krystof Lapotsky was pretty happy Saturday at the state championships.
CATAWISSA RR — It might have been two days after Halloween, but Southern Columbia still found a way to top the charts and win the scariest performance of the year.
Results and fallout from the big Crown Jewel event on Halloween in Saudi Arabia, the Wednesday Night War shows leading us to the upcoming Takeover and Full Gear pay-per-views and thoughts on dismal Smackdown ratings are among our topics this week In This Corner.
TROY — When a football team has a near 16-minute deficit in time of possession, that can often mean a lopsided score.
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MONTOURSVILLE — Shamokin Area head coach Henry Hynoski was both proud of his players and sorry to say goodbye to his seniors following a 42-0 loss against Montoursville in a District 4 Class 3A quarterfinal game Friday night.
MONTOURSVILLE — Shamokin (3-7) had its fair share of struggle throughout the regular season this year, but the Indians are starting to heat up at just the right time.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Even If you watched the Coal Bucket game last week, you probably didn’t notice the 51-yard touchdown by Shamokin Area’s Jonathan Washuta.
For two of the four area athletes who will compete Saturday in the PIAA State Cross Country Championships at Hershey, the challenge will be a familiar one.
CATAWISSA RR — Southern Columbia closed out its eighth consecutive undefeated regular season by beating Danville in its season finale last week and as the Tigers prep for another possible postseason run, there may not be a more experienced team in the field.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — United Soccer Coaches and MaxPreps announced the 31 boys and 22 girls who have been named the Fall United Soccer Coaches/MaxPreps High School State Players of the Week for their on-field efforts from Oct. 21-27.
TROY — After a disappointing 3-7 regular season, Line Mountain football hits the road for a Saturday night showcase with No. 2 seed Troy (9-1) in the PIAA District Class 2A quarterfinals.
MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel arguably recorded its easiest playoff win in program history this week — a forfeit win over Bloomsburg.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Following an emotional Coal Bucket game just six days ago, Shamokin will make its second straight playoff appearance under second-year head coach Henry Hynoski.
SELINSGROVE — Rylee Dyroff proved not only that she was ready for the playoff stage, but that she could provide clutch goals as Lewisburg field hockey completed a 2-1 double overtime win versus Line Mountain on Tuesday at Harold L. Bolig Memorial Field in Selinsgrove.
LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP — During last year’s PIAA Class 1A State Championship run, Southern Columbia’s season nearly ended prematurely at the hands of Bloomsburg. The Panthers led the Tigers at halftime in the first round of the district playoffs before SCA made the comeback to advance in the bra…
Three players from Lourdes Regional boys soccer were recently named to the 2019 Schuylkill League Division II all-star team.
MOUNT CARMEL — Just three days prior to its District 4 Class 2A first round matchup, Bloomsburg has decided to forfeit its Friday night game at Mount Carmel Area.
SUNBURY — On Saturday, Oct. 19, eight area golfers competed in the annual Mixed Couples scramble.
ALMEDIA — East Juniata (18-1) put its excellence on full display against Line Mountain (9-10) and rolled to an 11-0 district quarterfinal win at Blue Jay Stadium on Saturday.
HUGHESVILLE — Southern Columbia girls soccer began the 2019 playoffs the same way they ended last year’s — with a win.
BLOOMSBURG — Indeed, timing was everything Saturday for the Bloomsburg University football team in its Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division game against visiting Lock Haven.
World Wrestling Entertainment limps into Saudi Arabia for a Halloween afternoon pay-per-view on Thursday, as AEW continues to beat NXT in the Wednesday Night Wars and Smackdown’s challenges resume on Friday nights as the company struggles to find new stars that can catch the attention of eno…
DEWITTVILLE, N.Y. — Maybe it was an undercut bank holding bass along the bend of a river or a deep hole holding trout on a stream that was hidden by overhanging trees. For those who discover such “secret” honey holes there were locations were to be closely guarded.
Partnership conserves 22 acres at Hawk Mountain
COAL TOWNSHIP — Shane Weidner, who woke up early Friday under the weather, showed no signs of illness Friday night at Kemp Memorial Stadium as he lead Mount Carmel to its 24th consecutive Coal Bucket win over Shamokin.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin Area head coach Henry Hynoski didn’t sound like a man whose team lost a heartbreaking 28-22 decision to Mount Carmel Area in Friday’s annual Coal Bucket clash, the 24th straight win in the series for the Red Tornadoes.
MANDATA — Line Mountain football gave it their all against Tri-Valley League leader Upper Dauphin, but ultimately the Trojans made too many big plays for a 60-8 victory Friday night at Glenn Ressler Field.
CATAWISSA RR — It was only fitting that on a night Southern Columbia honored their senior class before the final regular season game at Tiger Stadium, the Tigers went out and performed the only way they know how.
COAL TOWNSHIP – One was an avid fan who watched football on television for most of his life. The other also preferred basketball and rarely watched sports on television.
Southern Columbia’s Max Tillett announced his commitment to the University of New Hampshire via Twitter on Thursday.
BLOOMSBURG — Mount Carmel Area junior Caroline Fletcher made good on her pre-meet No. 1 seeding Thursday at the District 4 Cross Country Championships, running to a gold medal in the Class 1A girls race.
SELINSGROVE — No. 3 Line Mountain started off on the right foot and was relentless in its 6-1 District 4 Class 1A quarterfinal victory against No. 6 Midd-West Thursday evening at Harold L. Bolig Memorial Field.
BERWICK — In sports, sometimes the little things can make a big difference.
MOUNT CARMEL — It’s no secret that most teams expect a lot from their senior class on and off the field.
MANDATA — With his four-year career as the Line Mountain quarterback drawing to a close, Evan Herb has broken five school passing records during his career.
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