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Lycoming sends two to District 4 Hall of Fame

July 7, 2015 Lycoming College’s head softball coach Melissa Baer and assistant coach Lacy Mauro were both part of the District 4 Softball Hall of Fame class earlier this month. more »»

Cutters drop third straight, swept

July 6, 2015 A throwing error by Cross­cutters reliever Anthony Sequeira allowed the game-winning run to score in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Brooklyn Cyclones finished off a 3-game sweep in Brooklyn,... more »»

Keystone rolls in Major Baseball consis

July 6, 2015 HUGHESVILLE — Keystone Manager Kreg Stark stressed after his team’s big win Sunday over Jersey Shore that his players needed to put it in the past quickly. He might want to double-check with his team. more »»

Rain delay helps bring out offense

July 6, 2015 It’s not very often that a rain delay will help a team get focused. In fact, most of the time it’s a pretty big distraction. more »»

West End falls to Keystone in a wild 8-inning game

July 6, 2015 Keystone held off West End after five lead changes for the 16-15 win in eight innings Monday night in the Babe Ruth 13 year olds District 8 Tournament, Hadon Herchel earned the win for Keystone and... more »»

Robertson helps Williamsport win title

July 5, 2015 OVAL — During last year’s district playoffs, Williamsport’s Lynna Robertson was throwing a four-hitter against South Williamsport for the Major softball title while Gabby Thomas and Alexis Griess... more »»

Cutters suffer 2nd straight defeat

July 5, 2015 The Williamsport Crosscutters suffered their first consecutive losses of the season with a 9-2 loss on Sunday evening against the Brooklyn Cyclones. more »»

ROUNDUP: Montoursville moves to Major baseball winners’ bracket final

July 5, 2015 Montoursville pounded out three home runs and 13 hits as it defeated Muncy, 16-1. more »»

Blackham keeps Cutters' bats quiet

July 4, 2015 It was a pitcher’s duel on?Saturday on Coney Island as the Williamsport Crosscutters and Brooklyn Cyclones each had just three hits a piece, but despite just collecting those three hits, the Cyclone... more »»

Cutters are fun group to watch

July 4, 2015 If you haven’t been to Bowman Field yet this summer, you’re missing quite the show. This Williamsport Crosscutters team may not be what was in mind when baseball was invented some 160 years ago. more »»

AAU team helping local players out

July 4, 2015 Three years ago, Rodney Anderson started Team Elite, an AAU basketball program, as a way for local kids to stay off the street. more »»

Golf tip of the week: Proper shaft angle at address is very important

July 4, 2015 Shaft angle at address should be tailored to the individual hitting the ball. more »»

Local roundup: Rain postpones games to today

July 4, 2015 All of Saturday’s all-star games, both Babe Ruth and Little League, were postponed due to rain and will be made up. more »»

Big-game experience

July 3, 2015 Before the third inning, South Williamsport manager Doug Holtzapple told Alexis Schuler, “This is yours, you own this.” A big game situation to the young pitcher was nothing ne. more »»

13 for 14 start

July 3, 2015 Franklyn Kilome was adamant he wasn’t throwing a slider Friday night at Bowman Field. It’s not in his repertoire. more »»

Title victory turns into Montour rout in Senior Baseball

July 3, 2015 In the top of the second inning, John McCarthy dug into the box with one out and dribbled a slow-rolling chopper towards Loyal­sock second baseman Mitchell Klingerman. more »»

Biter sense of humor goes long way

July 3, 2015 Pat Borders barely finished throwing the batting practice pitch before he doubled over on the makeshift pitching mound laughin. more »»

Winning ways still continue for Cutters

July 3, 2015 By MITCH RUPERT The decision for Pat Borders as to who to put in the leadoff spot each night is getting tougher and tougher. more »»

Local roundup: Loyalsock Major Baseball stays alive

July 3, 2015 Loyalsock scored six sixth-inning runs, then overcame a furious Newberry rally Friday night, winning a thrilling District 12 Little League Major Baseball elimination game, 10-8. more »»

‘Saved by the Bell’ star visits Bowman Field

July 3, 2015 Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. What is going on here? Well, what was going on was Dennis Haskins, best known for his role on the 1990s television show “Saved by the Bell” as Mr. more »»



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