October 23, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Gridders Overcame Adversity

As adults, we tend to look at life through jaded eyes. Too often, when change happens we wring our hands in despair because we have become comfortable with the status quo. More...

Elk Lake Boys Claim District Title

The Elk Lake boys’ cross country team, led by Cody Oswald’s second-place finish, claimed the District Two, Class A team title on its home track on Oct. 22. In the girls’ Class A race, Elk Lake finished second to Holy Cross. More...

B Team Claims Bronze Helmet

Justin Voda provided part of a punishing ground game that allowed the Wyalusing Youth Football B team to claim the Little Bronze Helmet from Towanda in a 19-0 win at Endless Mountains Athletic Complex, Towanda, on Oct. 18. More...

Hezekiah’s Hands 5K Slated

The Hezekiah’s Hands 5K returns to Towanda on Saturday, Oct. 25. More...

Bloomsburg Blanks WVHS

Bloomsburg ended Wyalusing Valley’s season with a 4-0 victory in the first round of the District Four, Class A girls’ soccer playoffs at Ball’s Mills on Oct. 21. More...

Perry Named To Grid Hall of Fame

Laceyville Chief of Police Scott Perry was recently notified that he will be inducted into the Minor League Football Hall of Fame in December at Las Vegas. More...

Lady Rams Outlast Towanda

Morrison Collects 500th Kill in 3-2 Thriller over Volleyball Rival

Keon Copp’s kill just inside the left sideline ended an epic girls’ volleyball battle with Towanda at Layman Gymnasium on Oct. 16. More...

Starlite Lanes Bowling Results

JUNIOR BOWLERS Bumpers: J. Stalford, 85; J. Harkness, 85; K. Brace, 85; A. Bump-Castillo, 85. Preps 9 a.m.: D. Brennan, 198; C. Hoover, IV, 191; E. Casselbury, 152; T. Brennan, 124. Juniors 9 a.m. M. McGroarty, 542; M. Camp, 502; L. Cobb, 469; K. More...

Wyalusing JVs Fall to Hornets

Dominic Spencer scored on runs of 27 and five yards in the second half as Wellsboro defeated Wyalusing Valley’s junior varsity football team, 21- 0, at Wellsboro on Oct. 20. More...

Sports Briefs

King of the Can Held Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, PA, wrapped up its racing season with the annual King of the Can program on Oct. 17-18. More...

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