February 1, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Schum Joins Rams’ 100-Win Pantheon

Darren Schum became the 41st member of the Wyalusing Valley wrestling team’s  100-win club at Wellsboro on  Tuesday, Jan. 23. More...

Wrestlers Complete NTL Four-Peat

The Wyalusing Valley wrestling team claimed its fourth consecutive Northern Tier League title with a 58-13 win over North Penn-Liberty on Jan. 24 at Layman Gymnasium.  More...

Slumping Lady Rams Still in Contention

The Wyalusing Valley girls’ basketball team found itself mired in a rough patch of the season as its losing streak was extended to five games with a 31-19 loss to a handicapped Athens at Layman Gymnasium on Jan. 30.  More...

Bowling

THE HOLY NAME LEAGUE  Mark’s Memorials 15-5; Power Coatings by Wayne 15-5; Trash Baggers 13-7; Keeney’s Catering 12-8; Pop’s Mill 11-9; Steve Shannon Tire & Auto 9-11; Madigan’s Trucking 9-11; M&R Construction 9-1 More...

WVHS Wrestling Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Inducted

The 2018 Wyalusing Valley Wrestling Hall of Fame class was inducted at Layman Gymnasium prior to the varsity match with North Penn-Liberty on Wednesday, Jan. 24. More...

Perseverance Pays Off for Morrison

The shot looked like so many others he has made during his four-year career. As Wyalusing Valley senior Jon Morrison unleashed yet another three-point shot with a pair of Canton defenders racing toward him, it was business as usual. More...

Rams Down Canton, NP-Liberty

One Win Away from NTL Small School Crown

Jon Morrison scored a career-high 35 points, including the 1,000th of his career, in a 69- 29 win at Canton on Jan. More...

February Freeze is Saturday

The February Freeze 5K will be held on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Tunkhannock’s Roslund Elementary School, beginning at 12 p.m.  Race-day registration begins at 10:30 a.m. More...

Sports Briefs

Ram Cagers Support Autism Speaks   On Friday, Feb. 2, in its home game with Sayre, the Wyalusing Valley boys’ basketball team will sponsor a “Coaches Powering It Forward” game benefitting Autism Speaks.  More...

Elk Lake Cagers Sweep Trail

On Jan. 25, Hunter Bomboy scored 15 points, leading four Elk Lake players in double figures, in a 57-47 boys’ basketball win over Lackawanna Trail.  Rierdan Reyan added 13 points. Drew Arnold and Nate Preston each had 10.  On Jan. More...

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