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20 min ago | The Citizens' Voice

Home Improvement

The Dallas High School football team will play its first home game this year Aug. 30 at Misericorida University because of renovations at Mountaineer Stadium, Superintendent Frank Galicki said after Monday's school board meeting.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Erie Times News

High school notes: Prep's Manus-Schell to attend Slippery Rock

Former Cathedral Prep football star Felix Manus-Schell will not attend Old Dominion, Prep athletic director Bill Flanagan confirmed Monday.

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Centre Daily Times

Teener League baseball: Bellefonte eliminates Bald Eagle Area from Area 5 15-16 tournament

For Bellefonte, it was the bottom of the fourth inning in its 10-7 win over Bald Eagle Area in an elimination game in the Area 5 VFW 15-16 tournament on Monday.

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York Dispatch

York Catholic grad Yohe earns Honorable Mention Scholar All-America designation

York Catholic High School graduate Tara Yohe has received an Honorable Mention Scholar All-America designation by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America .

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UnionvilleTimes.com

Chesco District 28 All-Stars head to Big League World Series

The District 28 Chester County All Stars, 17 & 18 year olds from KAU, Caln, Coatesville and Avon Grove will represent the Eastern U.S. Region this week in the Big League World Series in Easley, South Carolina.

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The Citizens' Voice

BMA Little League facing elimination after loss

For four and a half innings on Sunday afternoon, Back Mountain American kept pace with Red Land.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

GantDaily.com

Gant Reload: Week of July 14

The GantDaily.com weekly reload gives readers a look back upon the most noteworthy stories of their work week.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Times-Tribune

Wysocki bouncing back with a vengeance

There is Charlie Wysocki the legend, the running back and PIAA champion wrestler who graduated from Meyers before going on to break football records at the University of Maryland.

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Times News

Pleasant Valley to buy new vehicles

The Pleasant Valley School District board of directors approved, 7-0, purchasing two new vehicles for the district.

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The Citizens' Voice

Back Mountain American brings experience to states

Back Mountain American will not enter the double-elimination Pennsylvania State Little League Tournament overwhelmed by the magnitude of the occasion.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Pitt Panthers

Pittsburgh Native Kellen Petrone Named Director of Volleyball ...

PITTSBURGH University of Pittsburgh volleyball head coach Dan Fisher has announced the addition of Pittsburgh native Kellen Petrone as Director of Volleyball Operations.

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GantDaily.com

Chiefs To Open Region 7 Tourney Against Indiana County League Champs

As host for the Pennsylvania American Legion Region 7 Baseball Tournament, the Clearfield Post 6 Chiefs will take on Indiana County League champion Blairsville Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Lawrence Township Recreation Park Field.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Times-Tribune

Kravitz knocks three hits as team blanks Lakeland

ANDREW KRECH / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER North Pocono's Jake Millan, right, takes over pitching for Payton Lee on Thursday, against Back Mountain in a Section 5 10-11 baseball game.

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Chambersburg Public Opinion

Legion Baseball: Shippensburg well rested heading into Region 4 Legion Tournament

Shippensburg's Cordell Shannon will look to continue his strong season when he takes the mound against Ephrata on Saturday.

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Suburban Weekly

Consistency from Hard Work

Dominique Emmett was glad to return to her longtime position of catcher for the 2014 softball season for Abington Heights.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

Danville News

L.M. on hook for $22G in mat case

The Line Mountain School District spent more than $22,000 in taxpayer money defending against a successful federal lawsuit filed by the parents of Audriana Beattie to allow the seventh-grade girl to join the all-male junior high wrestling team.

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Erie Times News

Step back in time during weekend's Waterford Days

Explore life in Waterford throughout history -- from the colonial era to the present -- during the 40th annual Waterford Days, Friday through Sunday, in Waterford.

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Pocono Record

Former Pocono Mountain West wrestler featured in Gatorade campaign

A former Pocono Mountain West High School wrestler who has faced adversity is now part of Gatorade's "Win From Within" campaign.

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Patch.com

Devon Prep Students Rally Around Ailing Mentor from Phoenixville

The following was provided to Patch by Devon Prep: It may have been Friday the 13th but bad luck was not a problem for Devon Prep's Varsity Baseball team as they defeated Elk County Catholic at Penn State University for the PIAA Class A State Championship.

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The Ephrata Review

Blame it on the rain

With rain and wet fields washing out action on Monday and Tuesday in Ephrata, and a champion needing to be crowned by Wednesday evening, it took some re-working of the schedule and the permission by the State to extend the tournament for an extra day to accommodate potentially three games that still may need to be played.

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