July 11, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Familiar Faces Win In Montrose

Warm, humid conditions didn’t deter 453 runners from completing the task at hand in Montrose on the Fourth of July. More...

Legion Falls in Tourney Opener

Canton scored four runs on one hit in the bottom of the first inning en route to a 5-3 win over Wyalusing American Legion Post 534 on July 5. More...

Tosses No-Hitter

Kyle Tinna, an incoming Wyalusing Valley High School junior and son of Ken and Wendy Tinna of Sugar Run, recently tossed a no-hitter for the Edge Mets, a 17-under team that plays out of Vestal, NY. More...

Auto Racing Roundup

T.J. Zacharias won the Sportsman feature at Shangri- La II Motor Speedway in Tioga Center, NY, on July 4. Tyler Rypkema was second, followed by Wyalusing’s Paul Johnson. More...

Goodbye Charlotte And Dan

After what has been a hectic few weeks personally, it’s time I take a minute in this space to recognize the passing of a pair of local sports legends last month. More...

DeVoirs Earn All-State Honors

Twelve Northern Tier League softball players, including two from Wyalusing Valley, received all-state recognition by the Pennsylvania Softball Coaches Association recently. More...

Ripken State Tourney Opens Friday

Wyalusing 12-Under Baseball Hosts, Plays

The Pennsylvania Cal Ripken 12-under baseball championship tournament will be held at the Milne Complex on Lime Hill from July 12-16. Hosted by the Wyalusing Ball Association, the tournament includes two firsts for the local organization. More...

State Champ Again

Nicholas Woodruff, 9, became a two-time PAWF state freestyle wrestling champion with his victory in the Intermediate 80- pound weight class during the state tournament at Chambersburg High School on More...

Wadas Wins Bernie’s Run

Chris Wadas won Bernie’s Memorial Run in Wilkes-Barre on July 4 with a time of 15:06. Jess Adams was second in 15:42, followed by Daniel Pszeniczny in 15:48. Regan Rome paced the women’s field with a time of 17:07. More...

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