CATAWISSA — In the District 4 Class 2A Championship game between Mount Carmel and Southern Columbia, defenses were electric in the first half and it seemed like there would be a thrilling finish. However, the Tigers came out swinging in the second half and produced four trips to the end zone…
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Southern Columbia and Mount Carmel will once again go head-to-head this season, but today the stakes are high as the two teams will meet at 7 p.m. with the District 4 Class 2A Football Championship on the line at Tiger Stadium.
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.
With a trip to the PIAA Class 1A State Championship game on the line today at 6 p.m., at Danville Area High School, it is fitting that Southern girls soccer will once again have to play East Juniata for the third time this year.
DUNMORE — Southern Columbia girls soccer head coach Derek Stine walked the sidelines during Saturday’s PIAA Class 1A quarterfinal game against Montrose wearing a team jacket from the 2002 season.
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 …
DANVILLE — Despite a loss in the final game of the season, the first year of the Henry Hynoski era is off to a great start.
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.
HYNER — OK, enough already with the jokes about PennDOT signs with the lettering “Bear Left” being a message for bear hunters.
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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.
With Southern dismantling Line Mountain last week, 55-0, one might wonder how the Tigers will provide an encore in their District 4 semifinal game tonight against Troy at Tiger Stadium.
With a trip to the district championship game on the line, Mount Carmel will take its elite rushing attack to the gridiron against North Penn-Mansfield at the Silver Bowl tomorrow at 1 p.m.
Friday night is a wash.
DANVILLE — As Southern girls soccer continues to advance round after round in this year’s playoffs, it seems as if nothing has phased them. That was definitely the case during a 5-0 win over Moravian Academy in the first round of the PIAA Class 1A playoffs Tuesday at Danville High School.
CATAWISSA RR — Sixteen of the best Class 1A girls soccer teams in the state will be hitting the field today in hopes of beginning a four-game run through the PIAA Championship.
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SELINSGROVE — Southern Columbia girls soccer not only came out swinging in the District 4 Class 1A Championship on Saturday, but it looked like the team had all the answers in a 3-2 win over undefeated East Juniata (21-1).
LOYALSOCK TWP. — Shamokin Area sent a loud message throughout District 4 Saturday. The fifth-seeded Indians not only upset fourth seed Loyalsock in the District 4 Class 3A quarterfinals, it was how they did it that demanded attention.
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HERSHEY — When Mount Carmel’s Caroline Fletcher finishes her high school cross country journey two years from now, it will probably be her sophomore year that she looks back on as being her breakout season.
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.
Southern Columbia senior Ethan Knoebel will be one of the most experienced runners on the grounds of the Parkview Cross Country Course during today’s PIAA State Championships in Hershey.
A good bounce here, a questionable call there — variance is a very real aspect to the game of soccer.
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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.
LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP — As he prepared his team for what he hopes will be its sixth bounce-back win of the season this week, Shamokin coach Henry Hynoski was also preparing for two different Loyalsock quarterbacks.
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It’s almost tough to believe Southern Columbia will be starting the battle for only its fourth consecutive District 4 title when it hosts Line Mountain tonight in the Class 2A quarterfinals.
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ALMEDIA — At this time of year folks consider vampires, mummies and zombies to be scary, but Selinsgrove’s offense might have to join that group as the Seals topped Southern, 4-1, in the District 4 Class 2A Championship on Tuesday night.
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.
HERSHEY — The PIAA announced plans to alter the Parkview Cross Country Course that will be used during Saturday’s cross country state championships in Hershey.
LOYALSOCK — From the opening kick, Line Mountain girls soccer went toe-to-toe with Sullivan County. However, the Griffins made just enough plays to win the District 4 Class A quarterfinals match, 1-0, on Monday.
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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.
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MOUNT CARMEL — Collin Bowers might not be surprised if Michael Hood shows up at dinner today and throws the Shamokin quarterback’s food on the floor.
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.
DANVILLE — In Southern’s final game of the 2018 regular season it showed why it is considered a favorite in every game they compete in. The Tigers overcame an early deficit to beat Danville, 49-7, to remain unbeaten.
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