April 26, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Lasagna Is on The Menu

Once again, it’s time for the lasagna.  The Lasagna Invitational track meet, that is.  Thinclads from at least 22 schools will swarm the Peterson Stadium complex at Wyalusing Valley High School starting at 3 p.m. More...

Lady Rams Stay On Rampage

The Wyalusing Valley softball team battered two Northern Tier League opponents into submission to keep pace with North Penn-Liberty in the Large School race.  After disposing of Wellsboro, 18-0, in four innings on April 18, the Lady Rams routed More...

WVHS Boys Stay Undefeated

The Wyalusing Valley boys’ track team remained undefeated with a sweep of a quad-meet over Wellsboro, Williamson and Troy on April 18.  Wyalusing, which won nine events, finished with 107 points, followed by the Hornets with 84. More...

Elk Lake Girls Down Susquehanna

The Elk Lake softball team pounded out 11 hits in a 12-2 win over Susquehanna on April 18.  Lynda Lawrence led the assault with a triple, double and single. Tamara Voda added a home run. Lucy Ives and Mercedes Zajackowski each had two hits. More...

Perrego Wins at Five Mile Point

Anthony Perrego won the Modified feature at Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood, NY, on April 22. Dan Creeden was second, followed by Danny Tyler.  In Street Stocks, Earl Zimmer took the checkers ahead of Shane Wolf, Jr. More...

Youth Wrestlers Advance

Three Wyalusing Elementary wrestlers will compete in the Middle Atlantic Wrestling Association’s Eastern National Championships in Salisbury, MD, on May 5-6 following their medal-winning perfor More...

Resurgent Rams Edge Canton

After an 0-6 start, the Wyalusing Valley baseball team won three of its next four games over a four-day span, including a thrilling 2-1 eight-inning victory over Canton at Salsman Field on April 23. More...

Patton Wins PSU Charity 5K Race

Wyalusing Valley sophomore Alex Patton’s win over a field of nearly 2,000 runners at the Paterno Family Beaver Stadium 5K at Penn State in University Park on Sunday, April 22, was impressive enough.  More...

Hurst, Russell Win Eagle Races

Locals Survive Hyner Trail Challenge

A field of 73 runners and walkers completed the North Rome Christian School Eagle Run 10K/5K on Saturday, April 21, at the Independent Baptist Church in Towanda.  Noah Hurst was the 5K winner with a time of 20:59, followed by Isaac May and Ethan More...

Sports Brief

In-Season Trout Stocking Continues   The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission in-season trout stocking efforts in the Rocket-Courier readership area continues this week.  More...

College Roundup

Morgan Sutton, a Wyalusing Valley graduate and member of the Lock Haven women’s track team, competed in three events at the Bucknell Team Challenge on April 21.  More...

Sports Calendar

BASEBALL April 26: Forest City at Elk Lake, 4:30 p.m. April 28: Williamson at Wyalusing Valley, 11 a.m. April 30: Athens at Wyalusing Valley, 4:30 p.m.; Elk Lake at Mountain View, 4:30 p.m. More...

Seniors’ Project Aid Local Families

William Tompkins and Jonathan Merritt chose to put together a fundraiser for their senior project for two local families that are going through a very difficult time.  The fundraiser was held at the Warren Center Community Hall on Saturday, Apri More...

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