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Nittany Lions tested in road win at Bucknell

November 29, 2014 LEWISBURG — Penn State head men’s basketball coach Pat Chambers is no stranger to Bucknell’s Sojka Pavilion. more »»

Montoursville falls in quarterfinals

November 29, 2014 COAL TOWNSHIP—Time ran out. Montoursville’s fight never did. more »»

Wyomissing defense big reason for victory

November 29, 2014 COAL?TOWNSHIP —?When Montoursville forced Wyomissing’s Tom Paolini to fumble the opening kickoff of Saturday’s PIAA Class AA quarterfinals at Shamokin High School, the mind of Spartans head coach Bo... more »»

Early lead slips away for Mansfield women

November 29, 2014 PAINESVILLE, Ohio — Mansfield led by eight points in the first half, but couldn’t hold off Lake Erie in a 70-55 non-conference loss on the road Saturday afternoon. more »»

Defensive performance leads Lycoming men

November 29, 2014 CLINTON, N.Y. more »»

Mounties postseason road continues vs. Pius X

November 27, 2014 The opponent is different. The style is different. The challenge is different. The goal remains the same. more »»

Montoursville, Wyomissing similar foes

November 27, 2014 If one could go back in time and watch Montoursville play football three decades ago they would not see too many differences between those teams and this year’s. The same goes at Wyomissing. more »»

Local roundup: Mansfield sprint team has 14 honored

November 27, 2014 Fourteen Mansfield sprint football players earn All-Collegiate Sprint Football?League honors, with four earning first-team selections. more »»

Sun-Gazette boys soccer player of the year

November 26, 2014 Lewisburg boys soccer coach Skip Kratzer admitted he was a little shocked last year with how well Joey Bhangdia carried himself as a freshman, with his poise leading the Green Dra­gons’ offense by... more »»

Sun-Gazette girls soccer player of the year

November 26, 2014 Before the summer had even rolled around, Montoursville’s Kirsten O’Malley had suffered a back injury late in the school yea. more »»

Sun-Gazette soccer all-stars

November 26, 2014 Girls all-stars FIRST TEAM Coach of the Year—Scott McNeill, Williamsport: McNeill did a fantastic job turning the Millionaires program around. more »»

Montoursville players follow coach’s lead

November 26, 2014 They are champions now, but seven weeks ago Montours­ville was approaching rock botto. more »»

Bob Shoop fantastic for Nittany Lions

November 26, 2014 James Franklin and Penn State fans everywhere should be thankful that Bob Shoop is on the coaching staf. more »»

Big breakout

November 25, 2014 Keith Batkowski often takes the handoff and soon disappears. But Batkowski is no magic man, and reappears a split second or two later. When he does, Batkowski does not hide. more »»

Mountie senior class taking team to new heights in 2014

November 25, 2014 South Williamsport defensive end Tyler Schonewolf weighed just 165 pounds as a freshman when burly fullback Brandon Stonge ran his way. The two collided and went different direction. more »»

Starters need to sit when game out of hand

November 25, 2014 With three minutes left in South Williamsport’s 40-0 thrashing of Old Forge last Friday night, Mounties starting quarterback Matt Boone fell to the ground with an apparent leg injury that left him... more »»

Offensive criticism continues

November 25, 2014 Penn State’s offense has struggled mightily all season, and while there are myriad reasons for that, many have pointed to the playcalling as one of the biggest issues. more »»

Coach defends his fourth-down decision

November 25, 2014 A capsule look at James Franklin’s weekly news conference: About the Spartans: They’re ranked 10th in the college football playoff and AP poll, 8th in the coaches poll; only two losses were to Ohio... more »»

Warrior women off to 4-1 start

November 25, 2014 By NICK SEITZER nseitzer@sungazette. more »»

Local roundup: PSU, Bucknell, Mansfield men post wins

November 25, 2014 From staff and wire reports STATE COLLEGE — D.J. Newbill scored 26 points, Penn State outscored Akron by 19 points in the second half and the Nittany Lions defeated the Zips 78-72 Tuesday night. more »»

 
 
 

 

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