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Mounties' Steer in the middle of each comeback

June 8, 2014 Game after playoff game, South Williamsport continued coming back and winning. Ultimately, those that delivered the game-tying and/or game-winning hits received a hero’s reception each tim. more »»

Jersey Shore learns life lesson from loss

June 8, 2014 What I love most about sports is that it goes beyond wins and losses. It goes beyond the numbers. more »»

Loyalsock semifinal at No. York

June 7, 2014 Another Neumann stands in the way of Loyalsock’s bid for a repeat PIAA?Class AA?baseball championship. No, not nearby St. John Neumann. more »»

Caught by surprise

June 6, 2014 WILKES-BARRE — Jersey Shore players leapt from their dugout, arms raised, celebrating what they thought was a victory in the PIAA Class AAA baseball quarterfinals and the program’s first appearance... more »»

South rises, falls

June 6, 2014 ALLENTOWN — The hugs began with just two players, Bristol catcher RoseMarie Scalzo and pitcher Mary Wallick. more »»

Coach misses victory

June 6, 2014 PINE GROVE — The cleats and hats featured her name. Every pitch, every play, every hit they sent her way too. more »»

Year of resurgence ends in South Williamsport

June 6, 2014 ALLENTOWN—South Williamsport softball coach Scott Stugart started sensing a change before his teams played any game. more »»

Wildcat rally falls short in the seventh

June 6, 2014 DILLSBURG — Central Mountain has lived on the edge throughout the postseaso. more »»

Time for history at Belmont

June 6, 2014 This is easy to call. California Chrome is going to win the Triple Crown today. There’s not a horse in the Belmont Stakes field capable of beating him on a level playing field. more »»

Canton’s season ends in the quarterfinals

June 6, 2014 PINE GROVE — The pain is probably too fresh right now. Canton might feel the sting of Thursday’s Class A state quarterfinal loss for a few days, maybe a week or s. more »»

South Williamsport softball game postponed until today

June 6, 2014 The South Williams­port-Bristol PIAA Class A softball playoff game scheduled for Thursday afternoon was postponed until 4 this afternoon after overnight rains into Thursday morning. more »»

Loose Mounties hope to return to PIAA semis

June 5, 2014 The games keep getting bigger. And the South Williamsport softball players appear to be growing calmer. All four South playoff games have been thrillers with South coming from behind to win each time. more »»

Lancers hitting stride after facing adversity

June 5, 2014 It would prefer taking a smoother path, but the Loyalsock baseball team seems at its best after it’s been knocked down a few times. That is especially true if it happens in gut-wrenching fashion. more »»

Bulldogs a win away from 1st semifinal appearance

June 5, 2014 Jersey Shore already has shattered a program record, winning 21 games. Now, it has a chance to go where no other Jersey Shore baseball team ever has been. more »»

Jersey sure

June 4, 2014 People can debate which Jersey Shore baseball team is its best ever. The current Bulldogs are one of three teams that has reached the Class AAA state quarterfinals. more »»

Andrew Malone a boost for Lancer pitching staff

June 4, 2014 Andrew Malone followed Loyal­sock’s state championship run last June as a spectator. That was required. Malone was only an eighth-grader. more »»

Bottom of order producing for South Williamsport

June 4, 2014 Sabrina Mussare ripped a game-tying sixth-inning single Monday against Old Forge. Roxie Keller delivered the game-winning two-run single two innings later. more »»

Bulldogs reach state quarters

June 3, 2014 Levi Lorson remembered to put his foot down. And with that, Jersey Shore took a huge step forwar. more »»

Lancers shut down BEA to begin

June 3, 2014 Loyalsock senior starter Bailey Young spent Mon­day afternoon at the emergency room. more »»

Mounties advance in 8 innings

June 3, 2014 THROOP — The infield was in. Way in. Like, give-the-catcher-a-high-five in. Old Forge pitcher Taylor Nemetz was playing deeper than any other Blue Devils infielder. more »»



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