WRIGHT TWP. — The burden was on the other sideline all night Friday, just the way Crestwood wanted it.And while Berwick was able to throw a scare into the Comets at times, it...
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LEHMAN TWP. – Vic Mallory read the papers. He saw the predictions.OK, maybe he didn't read all the scores, but he got the gist.
The first game of the James Franklin era is finally here. Of all of the unknowns surrounding this 2014 Penn State team, there's one thing that's certain.
KINGSTON — Brady Davison took over for a pretty established quarterback heading into the 2014 Wyoming Valley West season.
HAZLETON — As usual, a traditionally-powerful ground game led by new faces got the Coughlin Crusaders off to a strong start.
SHICKSHINNY — Lakeland scored a pair of late fourth-quarter touchdowns to break open a scoreless game and defeat Northwest, 14-6, in a non-conference high school football game Friday night.
CARBONDALE — Hanover Area used a balanced offensive attack to keep Carbondale off balance and roll to a 51-6 win over Carbondale in a nonleague game Friday night.
WILKESBARRE — Meyers halfback Mark Robinson had a season-opener to remember as his five total touchdowns helped lead his Mohawks past Montrose, 58-0, at Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
ATHENS — A strong 2014 debut for Tunkhannock senior Brian Beauchemin wasn't enough to earn the Tigers a road win in their season opener.
TUNKHANNOCK — Dallas avenged a loss to Tunkhannock in last year's District 2 Class 2A boys soccer championship match with a 3-2 win over the Tigers on Friday afternoon.
Carly Grabowski scored the game-winning goal, assisted by Becca Morgis, at 29:02 in Nanticoke's 1-0 win Warrior Run in non-conference field hockey action on Friday.Maddy O'Donahue had 14 saves in the win.
ALLENTOWN —The IronRail Trophy now belongs to the IronPigs.
KINGSTON – Just through routine stretching drills, Wyoming Seminary coach Jeff Hollway lost his voice and was reduced to harsh whispers before his team even started its first practice with pads.
Painful. Heartbreaking. Devastating. All of the aforementioned. That summed up the last time Crestwood played Berwick.
Not long after Shavertown's Patrick McGrath signed a one-year contract with the Wheeling Nailers in July, he set his sights on another goal.
James Franklin doesn't know how to describe it. Not exactly. But the Penn State coach knows that something has been missing for the Nittany Lions on special teams.
Through those offseason workouts, double sessions and everything else that goes in between, the time has finally arrived.
MOOSIC — One batter into the second inning, an infuriated Dave Miley was ordered off the field and out of the dugout for arguing a double he thought went foul.At least he didn't have to watch what came next.
Well, so much for a strong finish to the season. The RailRiders were sloppy from the start Thursday, as a walk and errant pickoff attempt led to Buffalo's first run, and before you knew it, the Bisons had scored 11 times in three innings and...
While high school football gets the most notoriety for today's high school sports schedule, teams taking to the gridiron isn't the only game in town.
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Penn State's 2014 season opens in just two days. But there are still plenty of questions for the Nittany Lions as they prepare to take on Central Florida in Saturday's Croke Park Classic in Dublin, Ireland.
MOOSIC — That wicked shot searing over the right field wall off the bat of a former friend did more than send the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders to a heart-wrenching loss.It sentenced...
MOUNTAIN TOP — Marina Orrson scored a wire-to-wire victory in the D&L Trail Mile on Wednesday evening at the Black Diamond Trailhead, finishing fourth overall in 5:03, capturing top honors in the Valley's Fastest Woman...