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Spieth leads Cook by one in Houston

April 5, 2015 HOUSTON (AP) — Jordan Spieth’s pre-Mas­ters run of extraordinary golf continued Saturday as the 21-year-old Texas native shot a 5-under-par 67 to take a one-shot lead over three players through 54... more »»

Wildcat spring teams all finally get on field

April 5, 2015 For the first time this spring all five Pennsylvania College of Technology athletic teams saw action during the same wee. more »»

Garrett Hoffman named Sun-Gazette Wrestler of the Year

April 4, 2015 WRESTLER OF THE YEAR--Garrett Hoffman, Montoursville, 182 pounds Nobody dominated the regular season quite like Hoffman did. more »»

Local roundup: Locals place in track and field at Selinsgrove Classic

April 4, 2015 Milton’s Ian Nieves won the boys 110-meter hurdles title at the Selinsgrove Classic on Saturday, beating state third-place finisher Luke Rarig, of Southern Columbia. Nieves finished in 15. more »»

Girls: Bucktail’s Maria Morgan is lone area first-team selection

April 3, 2015 Referees often go unnoticed unless something controversial happens. A few weeks ago, however, the referee at a Bucktail youth league game became the game’s most popular participant. more »»

Four LHU head coaching finalists

April 3, 2015 Lock Haven University has announced open forum dates next week for its head football coaching candidates. more »»

Boys: Two from SJN, two from Loyalsock join Lewisburg’s Allen

April 3, 2015 Lewisburg center Sam Allen played in a higher PIAA classification this past basketball season but also played at a higher level. more »»

Local roundup: Canton baseball defeats Wellsboro

April 3, 2015 Canton beat Wells­boro, 7-2 in 8 innings, in Wellsboro’s season opener and a game moved to Canton over field conditions. Bryce Cole, Tyler Cole, and John Bowman had multi-hit games for Canton. more »»

Hackenberg’s draft prep taking a backseat for more college prep

April 3, 2015 STATE COLLEGE — Christian Hackenberg could be one of the darlings of the 2016 NFL draft, so there’s a good chance that next year at this time we’ll be seeing him all over the extensive pre-draft... more »»

Local roundup: Milton softball tops ’Sock

April 3, 2015 Whitney Cross had the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the sixth after Loyalsock tied it in the top half of a 4-3 Black Panthers victory Thurs­day in their softball season opener. more »»

Sports mailbag: Media piling on Mo’ne Davis story doing disservice to her

April 3, 2015 After reading your March 25th, 2015 sports headline, the thought occurred to me that as a journalist in the media, I’m inclined to think you and the newspaper are “overdoing it” to a degree with... more »»

Three candidates in starting QB battle at Lycoming

April 1, 2015 Count Ryan Umpleby among the interested spectators at Lycoming football spring practice. Even though he’s also a participant, it doesn’t mean he’s not watching intently. more »»

South grad Pfirman playing in Final Four

April 1, 2015 Coaches knew they were watching someone special. They marveled at her ball-handling skills, her shooting ability and her basketball knowledge. And Tierney Pfirman was just entering elementary schoo. more »»

Local roundup: Williamsport softball defeats Hollidaysburg

April 1, 2015 Wiilliamsport’s Molly Stone went 3 for 4 with three runs as the team topped Hollidaysburg, 11-3, in their season opener. The Millionaires earned 14 hits in the contest. more »»

Paulsen leaving Bucknell for GMU

March 31, 2015 From staff and wire reports Dave Paulsen is going from one NCAA Cinderella school to another. more »»

Lyco off to solid start in women's lacrosse

March 31, 2015 Every day after leaving the locker room at David Person Field, the Lycoming College women’s lacrosse team sees a little motivation before heading out onto the turf field. more »»

Paterno estate’s contract breach lawsuit tossed again

March 31, 2015 HARRISBURG — The family of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno can’t sue the NCAA and the university for breach of contract for their actions in response to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse... more »»

Mansfield U. baseball wins in 14 innings

March 31, 2015 Eric Schanzenbacher doubled to lead off the 14th inning and later scored the winning run after a single by Wes Baylor while Zach Sacoman threw eight innings of stellar relief to lead Mansfield to a... more »»

No contact, but plenty of learning for Lycoming players in the spring

March 29, 2015 A different energy began circulating through the Lycoming football team as the offensive and defensive skill position players gathered near midfiel. more »»

More aggression, but not full-bore at PSU

March 29, 2015 From Altoona Mirror reports One byproduct of Penn State getting its full allotment of scholarships back is the program’s ability to be more physical in practice, and that’s what the Nittany Lions... more »»

 
 
 

 

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