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First LLWS berth since 1950 for South Carolina

August 13, 2015 South Carolina waited 65 years but finally it has itself a Little League World Series participant again. Alex Edmondson put on a show Thursday at Warner Robins, Ga. more »»

West End 18s rout Minnesota

August 13, 2015 Cody Nelson threw a dazzling five-hit shutout and added two hits as the West End 16-18-year-old all-stars moved within two victories of capturing a national championship at the Babe Ruth World Serie... more »»

Tobias’ bat leads Crosscutters to win

August 13, 2015 STATEN?ISLAND — Josh Tobias led Williamsport offensively, going 3 for 5 with a double, two?RBIs and scored a run as the Crosscutters defeated Staten?Island, 7-3, on Thursday mornin. more »»

Yoder, Hathaway named Mansfield field hockey captains

August 13, 2015 MANSFIELD — Seniors Avery Yoder and Brianna Hathaway have been named 2015 Mansfield University field hockey team captains by first-year head coach Brittany Hansrote. more »»

Gueller improves to 7-1 on mound for Cutters

August 12, 2015 STATEN?ISLAND?— Mitch Gueller had a solid outing on the mound for Williamsport, scattering five hits and allowing just one earned run in seven innings as the Cutters defeated the?Staten?Island... more »»

Babe Ruth World Series: West End 18s beat Virginia

August 12, 2015 West End took a big step forward as it pursues a national championship. more »»

Loyalsock grad Underdown named sprint football team captain

August 12, 2015 MANSFIELD — Mansfield University sprint football head coach Graham Johnsen has named Joe Bucek and Spencer Underdown as captains for the upcoming 2015 season. more »»

Going, going, gone?

August 11, 2015 Jan Hernandez stood on home plate all by himself and waited for his teammate. more »»

Little League claims JRW fraud, cover-up

August 11, 2015 CHICAGO (AP) — Court documents filed by Little League International contend Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West baseball team was stripped of its national championship because of “fraud and cover-up. more »»

Coppola thinks skill set translates with trends

August 11, 2015 Zach Coppola could see baseball changing back when he was in high school in Iowa. With the implementation of BBCOR bats, emphasis on the power game in high school and in college was wanin. more »»

Cutters take series from Black Bears

August 11, 2015 Jesus Pos­so put his bat in his left hand as he stared toward left field. more »»

West End suffers its first defeat at Babe Ruth WS

August 11, 2015 After defeating Southern Oregon, 13-1, in Sunday’s late game, West End fell behind early and didn’t to recover as Columbia Basin, Washington, won, 8-3, Monday at Kiger Stadium in Klamath Falls,... more »»

Middle of it all

August 11, 2015 STATE COLLEGE — It’s only nine feet. Nyeem Wartman-White doesn’t think it’s that big of a deal. more »»

Lock Haven picked sixth by coaches in Taynor’s first season

August 11, 2015 KUTZTOWN — For the Lock Haven University football team, the 2015 season is here. more »»

Hackenberg hoping for change of direction

August 11, 2015 STATE COLLEGE — With all Christian Hackenberg’s physical gifts, and few college quarterbacks have more, he was still at a loss to fix Penn State’s issues last season. New coaches. New offense. more »»

Franklyn Kilome pleased with his latest outing

August 11, 2015 Franklyn Kilome didn’t care about his velocity during Monday night’s star. more »»

South’s Matlack named to Patriot League's 25th anniversary team

August 11, 2015 Current South Williamsport girls soccer coach Christa Matlack was one of three former Bucknell players to be named to the Patriot League’s 25th anniversary team for women’s socce. more »»

The long road

August 9, 2015 STATE COLLEGE —Von Walker came to Penn State from Central Moun­tain High School given nothing and promised nothing. more »»

Mostly solid pitching not enough in series opener

August 9, 2015 Kenny Koplove stared toward left-center field, watching the baseball which had just left his hand fly toward the Susquehanna Bank Park sign. more »»

First training camp tough on freshmen

August 9, 2015 cgiger@altoonamirror.com STATE COLLEGE — The first few days of training camp can humble a new college player in a hurry, which is what Penn State’s true freshmen are experiencing no. more »»

 
 
 

 

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