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1 hr ago | Times Observer
The 2013-2014 high school wrestling season is less than a week old, but Youngsville is right where it wants to be in the early going.
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1 hr ago | Times Observer
In just its second meet of the season, Warren went up against some of the best swimmers in District 10, getting swept by McDowell Thursday at the Warren County YMCA.
2 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times
In a dual meet which featured seven falls, the Lions had four, including three in the first five bouts, to take command early.
14 hrs ago | CBS Local
The coaches can put as much coachspeak as they want to it. How it's going to be a "competitive game," and how "good" the other team is supposed to be.
16 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times
The award recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, Gatorade said in announcing the award.
16 hrs ago | CBS Local
The Golden Rams have advanced to the national semifinals of the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament.
19 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times
To the Philipsburg-Osceola Area School District, which is offering free admission to three varsity athletics events to those who donate to the district's coat drive.
With his team down by 10 points, West Scranton's Jack Harrity found himself trailing going into the third period of his 182-pound match.
Surrounded by supportive borough residents and fans, Shane Schuback took a knee and began scribbling his name on a young boy's shirt.
Mary's week: Mary entered the week as the No. 2 seed at 126 pounds in the Chartiers-Houston Wrestling Tournament and won the weight class.
Members of the Women's Health Caucus gave details on seven pieces of legislation that focus on a wide range of women's health from safety to workplace accommodations.
Still the lowestManheim Central's Steve Young climbs the back of Ephrata guard Roman Heckstall as the Barons' Colin Brubaker looks on.
Berks Catholic coach Snip Esterly and the Reading High Red Knights are each nearing huge basketball milestones - and they could get them on the same night.
Instead of fading away and chalking it up to an off night, the senior leader knocked down the two biggest shots of the game to lift the Falcons.
The Clearfield Bison wrestling team opened its dual meet season with a 45-30 win over the defending District 9 champion, the DuBois Beavers , on Tuesday night.
No, really, they were. When 195-pounder Toby Cain rallied to beat Mason Pryde 5-3 to secure the win, several of his teammates rushed onto the mat and raised him into the air to celebrate the win.
Troye Kiernan helped Upper St. Clair win back-to-back PIAA championships and in the process earned Almanac MVP honors for himself.