March 21, 2019 RSS feed / Sports

Rams Hopeful for Improvement

WVHS Diamondmen Open at Elk Lake Monday

“I’m optimistic from what I’ve seen,” Wyalusing Valley baseball coach Dave Hitchcock, as usual, had to base any pre-season assessment of his team on a workout schedule with very little actual field time. More...

Newton to Pole Vault For Shippensburg U.

Wyalusing Valley senior Ashlee Newton has her name etched into the school’s track and field record book in the girls’ pole vault. More...

Colleges

The University of Scranton women’s basketball team, coached by Wyalusing Valley graduate Trevor Woodruff, lost to Thomas More, 69-56, in the NCAA Division III national semifinals at Salem, VA, on March 15. More...

Sports Briefs

Tiger Swimmers Compete at States   Tunkhannock’s entrants in the PIAA swimming and diving championships at Bucknell’s Kinney Natatorium on March 13 failed to qualify for the finals.  More...

WVHS Spring Schedules

BASEBALL  March 19: Sullivan County at  Wyalusing Valley, scrimmage, 4:30 p.m. March 25: Wyalusing Valley at  Elk Lake, 4:30 p.m. March 28: Sullivan County at  More...

Deer Harvest Best in 14 Years

Pennsylvania hunters posted their highest overall deer harvest in 14 years when they took 374,690 deer during the state’s 2018-19 hunting seasons, which closed in January, the PA Game Commission reported on March 19. More...

Local Youth Bowlers Top Tournaments

Several local youth bowlers, who regularly compete in the Towanda USBC Junior Bowlers League at Starlite Lanes took home District Five honors in both the Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships and the Youth Handicap Scholarship Singles tournaments. More...

Area Archers Win State Titles

Four Susquehanna County archers prevailed in their respective divisions at the National Archery in Schools Program State Tournament in State College on March 8.  Kaylee Landry, representing Susquehanna Community High School, won the girls’ More...

Bowling

THE HOLY NAME LEAGUE   Keeney’s Catering 29-15; Mark’s Memorial 26-18; M&R Construction 24-20; Pop’s Mill 24-20; Trash Baggers 23-21; Fulmer’s Recovery 21.5-22.5; Madigan’s Trucking 17-27; Powder Coatings by Way More...

WVHS Honors Winter Athletes

Wyalusing Valley High School honored its athletes at the 2019 Winter Sports Awards program at Kenneth S. Williams Auditorium on Monday, March 18. More...

Thinclads Poised for Strong Season

Newcomers Add Talent to WVHS Boys’ and Girls’ Squads

An influx of exciting new talent coupled with solid veterans has the Wyalusing Valley track and field team in a good position entering the upcoming season.  “I am really pleased with the numbers,” head coach Jim Schools said.  More...

Eagle Runs Return April 13

The North Rome Christian School’s annual Eagle Run 5K/10K and pancake breakfast is slated for Saturday, April 13, at Independent Baptist Church in Towanda.  The race follows an established course along the Merrill Parkway and through the r More...

Questions Abound for Defending Champs

WVHS Softball Opens at Jersey Shore on March 26

Despite a roster with seven-returning letter winners, Wyalusing Valley softball coach Jack Loomis has spent the preseason trying to put the pieces in the right position to defend the Northern Tier League and District Four Class AA titles his team won More...

WVHS Wrestlers Earn NTL Honors

Three members of the Wyalusing Valley wrestling team garnered first-team honors in balloting by the Northern Tier League coaches recently. More...

Program on Fishers Slated

North Branch Land Trust (NBLT) and the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) will present a program on fishers on Wednesday, April 3, at the PGC Northeast Region headquarters in Dallas at 6 p.m. More...

Tick Surveillance Underway in PA

The PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced that it is conducting a five-year environmental surveillance of ticks to assess the risk of tick-borne illnesses across the state. More...

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