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The star pitcher of the Little League World Series, Taney's Mo'ne Davis, is on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.
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James Cramer shot a match-best 74 as Stroudsburg split in Eastern Pennsylvania Conference golf, losing 401-407 to Easton but beating Whitehall 407-515 on Tuesday.
Fans have lined the grassy hills beyond the playing field at the Little World Series to see Mo'ne Davis.
Warren suffered a sweep at the hands of visiting Fairview to open the 2014 campaign Monday at the Betts Park Courts.
Philadelphia police just released a picture they want you to see. They want your help to identify and track down this man.
Since moving to Northeastern Pennsylvania in the late 1980s, I have been watching and covering Weatherly Area High School sports more than any other school.
TRIBUNE FILE Scranton Prep's Emily Jonsson, left, steps in to fill the void at No.
Dan and Erica Martos attended the Prexie Pride rally with their son Caiden, 9, and daughter Mya, 6, a cheerleader at Washington Park Elementary School.
Guy Montecalvo has roamed the athletic fields at Canon-McMillan since 2003. He will retire as the Big Macs' athletic director Aug. 30. Canon-McMillan coach Guy Montecalvo.
Ortiz, the top rusher in the county last season. More on the Muhls tonight.It was an outstanding fall for Oley Valley sports in general.
After three straight first-round losses in the District 2 Class A playoffs, the Lions return a large number of seniors who started last season.
Chelsea Baker, a junior knuckleball pitcher on the Durant, Fla., High School boys' baseball team, throws batting practice to members of the Tampa Bay Rays before an interleague baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Mo'ne Davis strolled with her hands tucked into her back pockets as Taney made its way down the steep stairs leading to Thursday morning's opening ceremonies at the Little League World Series.
Nick Castellanos homered and tripled, and the Detroit Tigers rallied for an 8-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates, snapping a four-game losing streak.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 04:12 am
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