February 7, 2019 RSS feed / Sports

Rams Fall Short at District Duals

Dramatic Win at Athens Followed By Losses to Danville, Central

The Wyalusing Valley wrestling team’s quest for a seventh District Four Class AA dual-meet title came up short at Milton on Feb. More...

Cagers Split League Tilts

Armitage Basket Downs Towanda

Three days after a dramatic last-second victory at Towanda, the Wyalusing Valley boys’ basketball team was tripped up by an upset-minded Troy squad at Layman Gymnasium on Feb. More...

Luzerne Hall of Fame Nominations Sought

Area Athletes Eligible for Induction

The Luzerne County Sports Hall of Fame (LCSHOF) John Louis Popple Chapter is a non-profit service organization that endeavors to perpetuate the memory of local athletes, male and female, who have brought lasting fame and recognition to the state of P More...

Consistency Goal of New Speedrome Leaseholders

Chemung Track to Open on May 18

A packed house of racers, car owners and other supporters of racing at Chemung Speedrome met on Sunday, Feb. 3, to hear the ambitious plans put together by Ray and Ellen Hodge, the new leaseholders at the track. More...

Trout Stocking Dates Online

The PA Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) announced recently that the 2019 adult trout stocking schedules are now available online and on the PFBC’s “FishBoatPA” mobile app.  More...

Sports Calendar

BOYS’ BASKETBALL  Feb. 8: Elk Lake at Forest City,  6 p.m. Feb. 12: Wyalusing Valley at  Sullivan County, 6:30 p.m.;  Montrose at Elk Lake, 6 p.m.  GIRLS’ BASKETBALL   More...

Elk Lake Swimmers Split With Wallenpaupack

The Elk Lake boys’ swim team, led by four-win performances from Kevin Noldy and Kale Decker, defeated Wallenpaupack, 83-80, on Feb. More...

Colleges

Three area graduates competed for their respective colleges at the SU Challenge at Susquehanna University on Feb. 2. More...

Construction Stops February Freeze 5K

The 32nd running of the February Freeze 5K in Tunkhannock was canceled because of gas line construction on the course, according to race director Ed Hetzel. More...

Wrestlers’ NTL Title Hopes Remain Intact

Despite Wyalusing Valley’s early exit from the District Four Class AA dual-meet tournament in Milton on Saturday, the Rams still have a lot to wrestle for in the last stretch of the regular season.  The Rams, 5-1 in the Northern Tier Leagu More...

Sports Brief

Bridge Club Play Continues   Martha Lasley, Ithaca, won the Valley Bridge Club’s Tuesday afternoon bridge game in Athens Township on Jan. 22. John Mras, Binghamton, and Pam Stanfield, Towanda, tied for second.  More...

District Four Duals Tournament

Results from the District Four Class AA Dual-Meet Tournament. Monday, Jan. 28 Pigtail Round Line Mountain 63, Canton 12 Wednesday, Jan. 30 Preliminary Round S. Columbia 63, Line Mt. 6 More...

Spikers Win Owego Tourney

The Serious Hits 14-under club volleyball team, consisting of players from the Wyalusing and Towanda area, captured first place in the Gold Division at the Whirlwind February Blast at Owego Free Academy in Owego, NY, on Feb. 3. More...

Memorial Pool Tourney Held

The 14th Aaron “Norm” Felter Pool Tournament was held on Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Wyalusing Hotel. More...

Championship Dreams Dimmed

Lady Rams Down Troy, Fall to Wellsboro, Athens

The Wyalusing Valley girls’ basketball team saw its Northern Tier League Large School championship hopes all but vanish with losses to Wellsboro and Athens. Earlier, the Lady Rams defeated Troy. With a 35-29 home loss to Athens on Feb. More...

Bowling

THE HOLY NAME LEAGUE  Keeney’s Catering 17-3; Trash Baggers 12-8; Pop’s Mill 11-9; Madigan’s Trucking 10-10; Mark’s Memorial 9-11; M&R Construction 8-12; Fulmer Recovery 7.5-12.5; Powder Coatings by Wayne 5.5-14.5.&nb More...

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