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11 hrs ago | UnionvilleTimes.com
The KAU Kennett Kings won the Section 7 Senior League title and advanced to the State Tournament beginning this week.
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12 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
CHARLEROI, PA. >> The Chambersburg Suburban Mustang baseball team finished 2-2 in the PONY Mustang Super Regional Tournament with a 12-2 loss to Weirton, W.Va.
16 hrs ago | Bleeding Green Nation
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Former Cathedral Prep football star Felix Manus-Schell will not attend Old Dominion, Prep athletic director Bill Flanagan confirmed Monday.
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.
York Catholic High School graduate Tara Yohe has received an Honorable Mention Scholar All-America designation by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America .
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.
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.
The Pleasant Valley School District board of directors approved, 7-0, purchasing two new vehicles for the district.
PITTSBURGH University of Pittsburgh volleyball head coach Dan Fisher has announced the addition of Pittsburgh native Kellen Petrone as Director of Volleyball Operations.
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.
Shippensburg's Cordell Shannon will look to continue his strong season when he takes the mound against Ephrata on Saturday.
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.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:48 am
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