November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Duo Collects State Medals

Patton, Laudermilch Lead WVHS Harriers to Third-Place Finish

Wyalusing Valley’s Alex Patton and Kemuel Laudermilch put together medal-winning performances in the PIAA Class A cross country championship race in Hershey on Nov. 3, lifting the Rams to a thirdplace team finish. More...

Keeping Up With the Joneses

Elk Lake Siblings Earn Class A Medals

Keeping up with the Joneses has always been hard for Elk Lake cross country opponents. More...

College Roundup

Veronica Morrison, a Wyalusing Valley graduate and member of the Lock Haven women’s volleyball team, had 12 kills and nine digs in a 3-2 loss to Bloomsburg on Oct. 30.  On Nov. More...

QDMA Meeting Slated At South Montrose Club

The Susquehanna Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) will hold a meeting, open to everyone interested in making their deer herd better, with presentations on various aspects of “Deer Management” on Sunday, Nov. 18. More...

Bowling Results

THE HOLY NAME LEAGUE   Fulmer Recovery 25-11; Powder Coatings by Wayne 22-14; Madigan’s Trucking 19-17; Keeney’s Catering 19-17; Trash Baggers 17-19; Mark’s Memorials 16-20; M&R Construction 14- 22; Pop’s Mill 12-24.& More...

Troy Girls Tenth at PIAA Meet

The Troy girls’ cross country team, led by Katherine Polakowski, finished tenth in the Class A race at the PIAA championship meet in Hershey on Nov. 3. Troy finished tied in the team standings with Neumann- Goretti with 196 points. More...

College Successfully Adopts Sporting Clay Tournament

After five years of growth under Cabot Oil & Gas, the annual Sporting Clay Tournament benefiting the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas was enjoyed once again by hundreds of sportsmen and women and corporate sponsors on Sept More...

Blue Star Mothers To Host Hero 5K

Last year’s inaugural Blue Star Mothers of NEPA Hero 5K in Tunkhannock was a rousing success, attracting 88 runners and 24 walkers. The race returns on Saturday, Nov. 10, starting at 10 a.m. More...

Downs Buck in French Azilum

Michael Hatton of Corning, NY, downed this buck with bow-and-arrow on Saturday, Nov. 3, in French Azilum. The deer was an eight-pointer, but one of the tines was broken off.   More...

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