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For Bridget King and Carrie Mahon, after toiling away in different roles in seasons past, both have found their niches and are major reasons the Lady Little Lions have made their return to the state tournament.
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He won't have much company on Day 2. State College's Mike Kauffman was the lone survivor among the five County wrestlers to drop into the consolation round.
With subzero wind chills blowing this week and snow still covering the ground, it's hard to believe that spring athletes are in action.
On Monday evening, at the voting session of the Ephrata Borough Council, the careful planning and coordination allowed not only the approval of waiving of any preliminary plan process for the project but also paved the way for the granting of conditional final approval of the project as well.
Penns Valley's Corey Hazel, a Class AA Southwest Regional champion, will enter the PIAA Wrestling Championships at 170 pounds on Thursday.
Bowling Green freshman Victoria Griffin was named to the Mid-American Conference first team for her efforts in last weekend's women's swimming championships in Geneva, Ohio.
Cocalico coach Matt Woods was careful not to jinx any of his swimmers last Saturday night.
The third-ranked Gannon women's basketball team landed three student-athletes on the 2014 All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division postseason teams released Wednesday afternoon.
Lycoming freshman 157-pounder Nolan Barger ended his rookie season with a 29-12 record after a 3-2 performance in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional hosted by York College in the M & T Bank Field House at the Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center Sunday.
When Warren sports fan Dave Sherman recommended we start up a "Where are they now?" feature in the Times Observer sports section, the obvious Warren County Sports Hall of Fame names came to mind.
ERIE, Pa. - The Gannon women's basketball team improved one spot for the second consecutive week and is ranked third in the latest USA Today Sports Division II Top 25 Coaches' Poll released Tuesday afternoon.
York head coach Betsy Witman, a Hanover High School graduate, was named the CAC Coach of the Year, while Hicks and Kristen Haley were named to the All-CAC First Team.
Grove City's women's swim team won the Presidents Athletic Conference championship with a 60-point margin over second-place Westminster College.
California University of Pennsylvania freshman Summer Hill, a Honesdale graduate, was named the Outstanding Track Athlete at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships at Bucknell University.
This past weekend, members of the Punxsutawney Area High School wrestling team took to the mats at Regionals with their berths to this week's PIAA State Tournament on the line, and two Chucks - Kaleb Young and Joel Bowers - advanced to the action in Hershey with second-place finishes in their brackets.