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The Parkland High School baseball team will get another crack at rival Whitehall High School after all.
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Sixteen years have passed since the December day Tim Oaster and Dennis Beech stood outside South Western High School, staring at a dying tree with chain saw and supplies in hand.
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Cooper Josephs fell in three sets in singles action while the doubles team of Edward Badding and Dan Shull also lost in three sets.
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Kutztown advanced to the District III AA finals with a 3-0 victory over Camp Hill on Friday.
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Curwensville second-baseman Taylor Goodman covers first on a bunt attempt by Moniteau's Alyssa Dailey.
With a 9-0 lead, Tanner Witter pulverized a triple to right field in the fifth inning.
Charles Dickens could have written the narrative for the way the first day of competition turned out for local athletes in the PIAA Class AA track and field championships.
Mountain View claimed the game's momentum the inning before, when Colby Thomas blasted a solo home run to give the Eagles a lead over the Chiefs.
The rain came down for around an hour, but the pitchers came out sharp and put on a show in the District 6 Class AA semifinal in Ligonier Thursday.
When Central Mountain's Von Walker looks back on his high school baseball career, he will have fond memories of the Huskies' field.
So you can imagine the surprise Upper Dauphin's Amber Bingaman must have felt when she looked at the scorebook after Thursday's District 3 Class A softball semifinal game against Greenwood.
While everyone gets off the bus together and there is team scoring, for the most part track and field is an individual sport.
The Trojans won 12-6 after the game was tied at 6 at halftime. 2 Records set by Villa Maria runners Saturday in the District 10 Class AA track and field championships at Harbor Creek.
It was a great season for the Chartiers Valley Middle School softball team, and coach Jason Ward is proud of the team's accomplishments.
The thick tension inside Hazleton Area's dugout reached a palpable level.Down to their final out against No.
For at least two days the message was repeated over and over. Put the pressure on Hanover Area and see how the Hawks react.
The sophomore left fielder pounded a pair of triples and a single and drove in five runs as the Lady Lions advanced to the District 2 Class A championship game with a 12-2, five-inning win over Blue Ridge on Thursday.