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8 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
Scranton Prep, the Lackawanna Football Conference Division I champion last year, will play Dunmore, the Division II champion, in a divisional crossover game that could set the pace for both programs the rest of the way.
12 hrs ago | The Morning Call
In the spotlight : Bangor's new offense and Catasauqua's new team. The Slaters have fully converted to a Single-Wing attack after using elements of it last year in coach Donnie Hawk's first season.
16 hrs ago | Philly.com
The switch, reverting to the way things were from 2004-07, was made primarily to create more across-the-board competitiveness.
18 hrs ago | Times Observer
Two-a-days are over, scrimmages are in the books, and high school football season is about to get underway.
Kevin Askins grew up in a football family, and it was the only sport he wanted to play in high school.
A two-time state champion, Barber won the 100-meter breaststroke title among a field of 112 top swimmers with a time of 1 minute, 9.72 seconds.
Reynolds, Saegertown and Wilmington all dropped down to Class A. Reynolds and Wilmington went to Region 1 and Saegertown to Region 2. Region 3, however, picked up three new teams in Corry, Slippery Rock and Warren.
Riverside receiver Corey Talerico takes off for a good gain leaving behind Dunmore's #23 JIm Pichiarello, and #71 Jordan Sebastian on Friday night.
Once an energetic teenager whose passions were baseball and football, Liam Dougherty could only lay on a bed or a couch.
The golf season started more than two weeks ago, and the girls tennis season has been in full swing since Aug. 18. Football is the main focus on tonight's schedule, but boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country, girls volleyball and water polo each opens today officially.
Jim McNutt / Observer-Reporter Canon-McMillan head coach Ron Coder, left, joins the team for laps around the field at the beginning of preseason practice.
Canon-McMillan could have been content with just surviving Section 5 play, but the boys' soccer team beefed up its overall schedule in an effort to unseat rivals Peters Township as WPIAL champion and Upper St. Clair as PIAA winners.
Mike Blatz instructs members of the Upper St. Clair mens' soccer team. Blatz has stepped in to coach the Panthers this year while Uwe Schneider recovers from breaking his legs after falling off a ladder earlier this summer.
We may get an answer to that age-old question with this year's Unionville High School Football team - coming off yet another playoff berth in 2013, but returning just 11 seniors for 2014.
The Wyoming Valley Conference this season returns 13 Citizens' Voice All-Stars representing six teams.
Emmaus, a perennial power with one of the best players in the league in Shannon McGinnis, a St. Francis recruit who was named one of the top 300 players in the country by Top Shelf Soccer.
Peters Township's Mario Mastrangelo takes a shot in a match against Seneca Valley last season.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:12 am
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