COAL TOWNSHIP — Shamokin and Lewisburg’s girls played almost 74 scoreless minutes Monday at Kemp Memorial Stadium, then exploded for three goals in the final six minutes, with the visiting Green Dragons scoring two of them for a 2-1 Heartland Athletic Conference Division I win.
SCHUYLKILL HAVEN — The Lourdes Regional golf team took three golfers to the league championships on Monday at Schuylkill Country Club. Damen Milewski, Max Reiprish and Joey Feudale were the representatives of the Lourdes golf team.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — In the first quarter it appeared that the Mount Carmel game plan to eat up the clock and run its ground-and-pound offense was going to work. However, one or two miscues was all it took for Southern Columbia to pounce and put the game out of reach while en route to a convi…
MIFFLINBURG – Welcome back, Henry Hynoski.
MANDATA — If agonizing is taking a considerable sting and raising it to the nth power, Line Mountain’s football-playing Eagles find themselves suffering — and then some.
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MIDDLEBURG — Aside from self-inflicted wounds, notably 13 first-half penalties, Lewisburg had no trouble at Midd-West Friday in Heartland Athletic Conference-II action as the Green Dragons scored on their first six possessions and rolled to a 62-6 victory in Middleburg.
MILL HALL — Milton tasted defeat for the first time this season, but the Black Panthers didn’t go down without a fight.
As we welcomed the Fall season a few days ago, many of the area are pulling down the curtain on the 2021 campaign. Selinsgrove Speedway will be closing out their 75th Anniversary season tomorrow night with the 39th Annual National Open/Jimmy Nace Memorial event.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — The Southern Columbia field hockey team defeated Danville 3-1 on Thursday afternoon to pick up their third win of the season.
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MANDATA – After a week of isolation, the Line Mountain football team will try to reverse its fortunes at 7 tonight when the Eagles host Camp Hill in a Mid-Penn Conference crossover contest at Glenn Ressler Field at Eagle Stadium.
COAL TOWNSHIP — After more than a week away from his team due to Covid-19, Shamokin Area head coach Henry Hynoski is back for tonight’s game at Mifflinburg. He could have asked for an easier return.
Southern Columbia’s rivalry with Mount Carmel Area began in 1996 and has taken the forefront as the premiere game of the regular season throughout all of District 4 when the two go to battle. In what has been deemed as ‘The Game’ back in 2019, due to the amount of hype surrounding the annual…
With Wyoming Area leading Southern Columbia 30-29 at Jake Sobeski Stadium last Friday with under four minutes to play, many thought it was a foregone conclusion that the Warriors were going to score. That would have almost certainly been the final dagger in what many teams have tried but fai…
The Mount Carmel Red Tornadoes and Southern Columbia Tigers are two teams that know each other very well.
BLOOMSBURG — The Shamokin Area boys soccer team fell 2-0 to the Bloomsburg Panthers on Tuesday night.
MANDATA – Line Mountain has had one of the stronger field hockey programs in the area for several years, but, despite success in the post-season, a championship in the rugged Tri-Valley League continues to be little more than an elusive dream.
Southern Columbia’s boys soccer coach Dave Hall knows based on how last season finished that his team is right in the mix of things to try and capture the program’s first District 4 title in quite some time. A year ago, the Tigers fell to East Juniata in the district semi’s and have a lot re…
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — Katie Moncavage outran 27 other girls on her way to first place at the quad meet held at Southern Columbia Area High School on Tuesday afternoon.
In any sport, whenever Mount Carmel Area and Southern Columbia compete, there is a lot of excitement. In girls soccer, a lot of the girls are friends off of the soccer field, but the girls in the red and white earned the bragging rights for now over the girls donning the black and gold with …
PINE GROVE — The Shamokin girls cross country team finished third overall as a team in Saturday’s Pine Grove Cross Country Invitational. The team members were Emily Rumberger, Kamryn Kramer, Alexis Bressi, Aliyah Schiavoni and Kate Amato.
BLOOMSBURG – A phrase that will be heard countless times during the upcoming Bloomsburg Fair is “Step right up, step right up.”
WEST PITTSTON — Never underestimate the heart of a champion.
MOUNT CARMEL – Even without 6-foot-4, 330-pound right tackle Matt Kelley for the entire second half, there was no stopping the power of the Mount Carmel offensive line Friday night at the Silver Bowl.
NANTICOKE — With half the coaching staff quarantined because of COVID-19 and coming off a dispiriting shutout loss to Selinsgrove, Shamokin Area’s football team felt a sense of urgency this week — and it showed Friday.
TOWANDA — The Towanda Black Knights came out swinging in the first quarter, but a 35-point Milton second quarter led to a 42-8 victory for the Black Panthers Friday night in Towanda.
ALMEDIA - In a battle between two young teams, it's no surprise the little things made all the difference. And with neither team able to stop the other's offense in the second half, there was a sense it may come down to who had the ball last.
HUGHESVILLE - The Mifflinburg Wildcats faced two opponents in Friday's non-conference matchup - Hughesville, and themselves.
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Shamokin Area will attempt to bounce back from a poor performance last week against Selinsgrove tonight against a winless Greater Nanticoke in a road game that has now taken on big proportion for the 1-2 Indians.
The last time Southern Columbia took on Wyoming Area, the Tigers and Warriors found themselves in a scoreless tie after one quarter of play. Southern would go on to handle their 4A competitors by a final score of 42-0 before both teams would go on to win PIAA championships in their respectiv…
MOUNT CARMEL – Their skillset and athleticism make Julian Stellar and Pedro Feliciano the perfect duo to key the Mount Carmel offense in coach John Darrah’s shotgun wing attack.
When Southern Columbia and Bloomsburg met last year at Panther Stadium, the outcome was all one-sided. Bloomsburg jumped out to a 5-0 halftime lead before cruising to a 7-1 victory.
BLAKESLEE — After their sweep in their tri-match earlier this week, the Lourdes Regional golf team earned a chance to compete in the district tournament. They then traveled to Jack Frost National Golf Club to compete in another tri-match Thursday afternoon against Leighton and Jim Thorpe.
Following last week’s three-day Tuscarora 50 extravaganza at Port Royal Speedway, the FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series remained in the Central PA area for back to back events at Williams Grove Speedway tonight, and Lincoln Speedway tomorrow night.
One game short. That is how close the Mount Carmel Area girls soccer team has been to making the playoffs the previous two years. But this year feels different. This year fourth year head coach Emily Lloyd-Walter says that she has one of the most complete teams that she has had in her time a…
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS — The North Schuylkill Football Hall of Fame will induct seven new members as part of its 44th and 45th class during a halftime ceremony of Friday’s game against Palisades at Ghosh Orthodontics Field at Spartan Stadium.
The Line Mountain football game against Boiling Springs tomorrow night has been postponed per Line Mountain head coach Brandon Carson. Carson said that at this time they are not sure whether or not the game will be made up.
MOUNT CARMEL — The Mount Carmel Area School District will hold a band reunion and honor a successful alumnus during Friday night’s home football game against Montoursville.
ALMEDIA — The Southern Columbia girls took the top three spots in Tuesday’s quad meet at Central Columbia. Shamokin Area had three girls finish in the top seven as well as teams from Central Columbia and Williamsport also participated.
Last season Southern Columbia’s girls soccer team had to close out the regular season by winning four of their final six games just to qualify for the district playoffs. After doing so, the Tigers went on to win their six postseason games allowing them to capture their second PIAA Class 1A c…
COAL TOWNSHIP — It was pretty obvious at halftime of Saturday’s Selinsgrove-Shamokin game at Kemp Memorial Stadium that field position would probably be the key factor in the second half.
CATAWISSA—Rylee Petro scored three goals for the Southern Columbia field hockey team on Thursday night, and the Tigers won their first game of the year against Milton 6-1.
MONTGOMERY - It was a historic night in Montgomery as the Red Raiders snapped a 13-game losing streak against Warrior Run that dated back to 1976 with a 46-13 victory.
DANVILLE – The running game, and in particular the run blocking, have been key in getting Milton’s football team off to an undefeated start to the 2021 season.
MIDDLEBURG — Jason Dressler stressed the importance of a complete team effort leading into Mifflinburg’s game with Midd-West. Forty-eight points later, the Wildcats’ coach was pleased with the victory Friday night at Sports Boosters Athletic Park.
MANDATA — Tajae Broadie sandwiched a pair of scores around a nifty Audric Bryant run and a quick strike from Bamm Appleby to Tate Leach as Middletown dealt the host Eagles a 28-6 loss in a Mid-Penn crossover Friday night at Glen Ressler Field.
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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — The first game since taking over the top spot in the country for the longest active winning streak wasn’t a pushover for Southern Columbia, although the final score showed how powerful the Tigers are even when going up against a state-ranked team.
SUNBURY — It isn’t often that a team can commit four turnovers and lose the turnover battle, and still win a football game, but thanks to some hard-nosed perseverance and a strong finish, that’s what Mount Carmel was able to do Friday night.
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