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1 hr ago | The Times-Tribune
Western Wayne junior Mark Salak was the Northeast Athletic Conference boys soccer Player of the Year.
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5 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
Dan Mitchell finished first at 152 as West Scranton was fourth at the Saucon Valley Invitational high school wrestling tournament Saturday.
9 hrs ago | Erie Times News
Two All-Americans who made their mark in the pool and on the wrestling mats, respectively, head a list of nine inductees to the Gannon Athletics Hall of Fame.
13 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times
After advancing seven wrestlers into Saturday's quarterfinal round, the Eagles ran into a few of those bumps as they went 2-for-7 in terms of semifinal qualifiers.
Edinboro captured the team championship with 172.5 points in a 12-team field that featured four NCAA Division I programs and eight NCAA Division II squads.
The Westminster College women's and men's swimming & diving teams competed in the third and final day of the Wooster Invitational on Saturday.
A wintry mix of sleet and rain forced the PIAA to postpone Friday's state Class A semifinal football game between the District 2 champion Blue Devils and District 3 champion Steelton-Highspire to today at 4 p.m. at Harman-Geist Stadium.
Eight lettermen, including returning District 9 Class AA champion Jake Lancaster and two other Northwest Region qualifiers, provide the nucleus for the Curwensville Area High School wrestling squad that will be out to regain the program's winning tradition in 2013-14.
Temple University will cut seven varsity sports next year, including baseball, softball and men's crew, to save $3 million and address gender gaps in its distribution of scholarship money.
The Hornets have made the PIAA playoffs for three-straight years under head coach Bill Brest, but Hickory finally found success playing in the quarterfinals this season.
Blue and white signs are hanging all throughout the town. The community is proud of its Bulldogs and is ready to cheer them on to victory.
Ten Gannon wrestling student-athletes will go for gold Saturday, December 7 at the 2013 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Wrestling Championships hosted by Edinboro University.
York High quarterback James Way was selected the York-Adams League Division I Player of the Year.
A gray tabby has been missing in the Millcreek section of Levittown since Dec. 3. The cat, which goes by the name 'Mittens,' has gray fur with white on the belly and paws.
Sophomore Denys Fedrochenko secured an NCAA "B" cut-time in the 500-yard freestyle, as the Golden Knights are second after day one of the Wooster Invitational WOOSTER, Ohio - The Gannon men's and women's swimming and diving teams finished the opening day of the Wooster Invitational at the C.T. Branin Natatorium at Wooster High School on Thursday.
Mark Atherton returns four starters to his 2013-2014 Crestwood Boy's Basketball Team.