March 16, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Sweet Victory

Edsell Joins Elite List of WVHS Wrestling Champs

A dd Creighton Edsell’s name to the list of Wyalusing Valley’s state wrestling champions. More...

College Roundup

The University of Scranton women’s basketball team, coached by Wyalusing Valley graduate Trevor Woodruff, lost to Tufts, 65-48, in the third round of the NCAA Division III playoffs in St. More...

NRCS Slates Eagle Run/Walk

On Saturday, April 22, the Eagle Run and Spirit Walk will be held to benefit North Rome Christian School (NRCS). The staging area will be at the Independent Baptist Church at 109 Cherry Street in Towanda.  More...

Haley, Otis End Careers at State Meet

Two of the most successful careers in Wyalusing Valley wrestling history came to a sudden end during Friday’s “blood round” at the PIAA Class AA tournament in Hershey.  Seniors Dawson Otis and Josh Haley each fell one win short More...

To Compete at State Meet

Five students from the Wyalusing Valley Elementary School recently qualified to compete in the PA Junior Wrestling Youth State Championships (PJW) in Wilkes- Barre on March 24-25, at the Mohegan Sun More...

Athens’ Courtney Repeats at 132

Athens’ Brian Courtney earned his second PIAA wrestling championship with a 3:19 pin of Southmoreland’s Tyler Griffiths in the Class AA 132-pound final at Hershey’s Giant Center on Saturday, March 11.  More...

Sayre Defense Stymies Elk Lake

Lady Redskins Win PIAA Class AA Opener, 36-31

They say offense sells tickets, but defense wins ball games.  Sayre, supported by a large and vocal fan base, used a smothering defense to end Elk Lake’s season in the PIAA Class AA girls’ opening round at the Troy Commons Building o More...

Starlite Lanes Bowling Results

PETE’S SENIOR CITIZENS  M&K’s, 72-36; BLTN, 69-39; Misfits, 64.5-43.5; Want 2B’s, 56.5-51.5; HWW, 46-62; Grumps, 45-63; Busters, 39.5-68.5; Uncalled 4, 39.5-68.5.  HIGH GAMES MEN: B. May, 290; D. Kithcart, 280; L. More...

Harlem Wizards Support Area CAC

The Children’s House/Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) is bringing back the -amous Harlem Wizards for two fun-filled nights of world-class, laugh-a minute, high-flying, interactive basketball on Monday, March 27 at Athens High School and o More...

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