MOUNT CARMEL — The Mount Carmel High School cheerleading program has opened a new chapter in its stoic history by participating in the sport of competitive spirit.
Eight different teams in five seperate fall sports will begin their quests for a district championship this week.
MILTON — Shamokin girls soccer fell to Milton Saturday in its final game of the regular season.
COAL TOWNSHIP — If Shamokin and Selinsgrove’s football teams were heavyweight boxers named Ali and Frazier, they would be headed to Manila next week.
SELINSGROVE — In a close game, just a few plays or mistakes can be the difference between winning and losing.
MANDATA — Things were looking a tad bleak for Line Mountain and its playoff hopes. Newport answered an early Eagle touchdown with a 71-yard kickoff return and added two more TDs to take a 21-10 lead with 2 minutes, 46 seconds left until halftime.
ALMEDIA — It was the strangest one during the unprecedented streak, but Southern Columbia’s football program officially wrapped up its ninth consecutive undefeated regular season on Friday. The Tigers journeyed to Central Columbia and defeated the Blue Jays to end the shortened regular seaso…
MIFFLINBURG — Mifflinburg put up an impressive 475 yards of offense during Friday night’s 28-0 win over Hughesville.
This year serves as the 100th anniversary of Shamokin area native Stanley Coveleski engraved his spot into baseball immortality by winning three games in the 1920 World Series, leading the Cleveland Indians to a title over the Brooklyn Dodgers in seven games of the best-of-nine series.
SUNBURY — Since Milton’s football-playing Black Panthers met up with Shikellamy about one month ago, Phil Davis and the rest of his coaching staff had an idea what to expect when they made the relatively short trek down Route 147.
TURBOTVILLE - Calogero Signor rushed for three first-half touchdowns as Montoursville cruised Friday evening, 71-0, at Warrior Run.
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MANDATA — No one realized it at the time, but while returning kickoffs and punts for Line Mountain last season, then junior wide receiver/cornerback Garret Laudenslager was auditioning for a chance to get his old job back.
COAL TOWNSHIP — The next two weeks should be very interesting for Shamokin Area and Selinsgrove’s football teams.
ALMEDIA — It’s been hard for Southern Columbia to play competitive games this season due to the reduced schedule and some games being postponed and/or cancelled.
MANDATA — When Todd Rothermel stepped away from his position as head football coach at Line Mountain after the 2008 season, he took a little something with him.
After their highly successful, Short Track Series, three-day Modified program last weekend, Port Royal Speedway will pull down the curtain on their 2020 season with a three division show tomorrow afternoon.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Saturday afternoon, Southern Columbia’s girls soccer team left their home turf after suffering their largest margin of defeat in program history. Central Columbia’s offense dominated Frank Fullmer Memorial Field from as the Blue Jays handled the Tigers, 11-2.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin beat Sugar Valley in four sets during the team’s final home game Wednesday evening.
MOUNT CARMEL — A scoreless game for the first 32 minutes, both Milton and Mount Carmel had early opportunities to take an early lead in Tuesday’s girls soccer game following the opening possession.
MANDATA — Line Mountain girls field hockey team beat Muncy Monday, 4-0.
LEWISBURG — Loren Gehret netted three goals as Southern was able to beat Lewisburg in a girls soccer contest Monday evening, 5-1.
SUNBURY — Lewisburg’s boys and girls cross country teams both posted outstanding performances to claim titles at Saturday’s Heartland Athletic Conference Championships held at Shikellamy High School.
MOUNT CARMEL — Shamokin Area High School senior Ian Paul and Mount Carmel Area High School senior Damon Dowkus were recently named scholar athletes by Great American Rivalry Series (GARS).
The voice of a former Huntingdon Area High School student filled Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Sunday prior to the Eagles playing the Baltimore Ravens.
MILTON — Black Diamond broadcasters Mike Ferlazzo and Corey Houser referred to the 9 a.m. Saturday football game as Breakfast at Milton. Although no one was serving bacon and eggs, Shamokin Area sophomore quarterback Brett Nye and his receivers dished out a large helping of passing offense.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Southern Columbia’s Jim Roth became just the second head coach in Pennsylvania history on Friday night to win 450 career games, joining the late George Curry. The latest challenger to fall to the Tigers was Lewisburg 42-7, but this win for Roth was arguably his most unusu…
MIFFLINBURG - With a win over Warrior Run on Friday, Mifflinburg would all but be guaranteed a berth into the District 4 Class 4A playoffs.
SHICKSHINNY — When a single player scores four touchdowns before halftime, you know it’s probably going to be a good night.
Where, oh where, to begin? It was yet another big week of pro wrestling news with a WWE draft filled with head-scratching moves, another strong AEW anniversary show and another bunch of questions as to what happens next with both of the major promotions, as well as the indy groups with respe…
COAL TOWNSHIP — Henry Hynoski had some outstanding wide receivers at his disposal, particularly last season when first-year seniors Matt Schicchitano and Joe Masser were roaming the field. Yet, the Shamokin Area coach knew he was missing a special athlete who could have been a difference mak…
MILTON — In a high school football season full of oddities, Shamokin Area will head to Milton for a 9 a.m. Saturday game to complete a home-and-home series with the Black Panthers.
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SHICKSHINNY — An unbeaten Troy team ended Line Mountain’s season last year in the District 4 Class 2A playoffs by simply playing keep-away. The Trojans owned the ball twice as long as the Eagles by playing power football.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — In a season of cancellations, postponements, days and weeks off from school and you name it, one thing has remained constant in Pennsylvania high school football — Southern Columbia.
Port Royal Speedway open their gates last night (results not available at press time) for the first of three nights of Modifieds with the Speed Showcase 40, with $5,000 going to the winner.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Sometimes the stat sheet tells the entire tale of the game. That wasn’t necessarily the case during Southern Columbia and Shamokin’s boys soccer match Wednesday night.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Lourdes scored three goals in the second half to take a 4-0 victory at home over Tri-Valley Wednesday evening.
TURBOTVILLE - Playing its fourth game in the last six days, you couldn't blame Mount Carmel's girls soccer team for being a little tired entering Tuesday's conference matchup against Warrior Run.
COAL TOWNSHIP — A sharp first half helped Nativity pull away with a 7-2 road win over Lourdes Tuesday evening in Coal Tonwship.
MILTON — Shamokin’s Week 6 football game at Milton has been moved to Saturday morning as kickoff will take place at 9 a.m.
MCALISTERVILLE — Line Mountain field hockey blanked East Juniata during an away field hockey game Monday evening, 4-0.
TURBOTVILLE - Jon Grybos didn't have much to say after this one.
MOUNT CARMEL — The Red Tornadoes girls soccer team reclaimed the “Coal Shovel” with its 6-3 victory over Shamokin Saturday night in the Silver Bowl.
MIDDLEBURG - When Mifflinburg showed up to play Midd-West in Friday's Heartland Athletic Conference Division II contest, coach Jason Dressler knew to be aware of Mustangs' running back Hunter Wolfley.
COAL TOWNSHIP — The Shamokin Area defense held visiting Central Mountain to 74 yards rushing on 39 carries in Friday night’s game at Kemp Memorial Stadium.
MANDATA — While Line Mountain needed a series-plus until a timely dose of confidence kicked in, once the running game relocated its legs and an opportunistic defense began to make some plays the Eagles were off and winning.
HUGHESVILLE — Gavin Garcia has always been a threat to score anytime he touches the ball for his first two years at Southern Columbia. But this year, he is seemingly taking it to the next level.
MONTOURSVILLE — Struggling football teams often find that one or two key mistakes are often the difference between being competitive and not.
A Chris Jericho 30th anniversary celebration and a bloody TNT title match helped AEW beat NXT once again on Wednesday night and steal a bit of the spotlight away from WWE this past week in the pro wrestling world as Raw on Monday was just an average show that held up fairly well against stif…
LEWISBURG — Hall of Fame Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford, who died Friday at 91, was a stockholder in the Lewisburg radio station in the late 1960s, according to Jack Boehmer of Delaware, who worked at the station at the time.
MOUNT CARMEL — Although he played football in third and fourth grades, there was little doubt that Mike Balichik was a basketball player.
TURBOTVILLE — Warrior Run won its first playoff game in school history last season. Saturday afternoon’s opponent, Mount Carmel Area, won six playoff games in the last three years, and has five state championship banners.
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