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1 hr ago | Centre Daily Times
Five different Cumberland Valley players notched RBIs while the Eagles took advantage of four Lady Little Lions errors and scattered 16 hits off of State College pitcher Karli Nolan.
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5 hrs ago | WFMZ
The Exeter boys volleyball team picked up a key league win at Governor Mifflin Tuesday night.
9 hrs ago | WFMZ
At Boyertown, the Bears defeated Spring-Ford on a walk off single by Ben Longacre in the bottom of the 10th inning.
13 hrs ago | GantDaily.com
Senior Chad Zurat logged the first shutout of his brief career as a starter for Penn State Behrend with a five-hitter against host D'Youville at Hueiusinger Field in Veterans Memorial Park Friday.
16 hrs ago | Standard Speaker
It's easy to heap praise on Matt Roberts for Tamaqua's come-from-behind, 5-4 victory over Blue Mountain in a key Schuylkill League Division I baseball game Wednesday.
16 hrs ago | Suburban Weekly
Lackawanna Trail senior Shelby Croasdale is known on the Lady Lions team as a speedy plater, having stolen 23 bases without being thrown out once last season.
17 hrs ago | Times Observer
With no scoreboard at Youngsville's Davis Street Field, Eisenhower pitcher Casey Vincent's accomplishment nearly went unnoticed by the crowd gathered to watch Ike's 6-0 region win over the host Eagles.
To do that, Gonder said, she needed to start driving the ball to the opposite field.
Spring has been good to the teams over at Parkland High School. The Trojans are leading or among the leaders in every spring sport right now in the LVC.
The Cavaliers baseball team warms up inside Davenport Field on the campus of the University of Virginia.
Haley Frank and Haylee Hayward each cracked a double and two singles to lead a 17-hit attack for P-O.
Ephrata's Kelly Liebl stretches across the line ahead of Cocalico anchor Emily Fassnacht to win the 4X100 relay Tuesday.
Carrying a long and strong tradition in track and field, the State College Little Lions arrived in Lewistown on Tuesday in the hopes of doing battle with a young and vastly improving Mifflin County team.
The Eagles win at their home field, and the Dragons do the same in Martinsburg. That's why Bald Eagle Area coach Jim Gardner was optimistic his team could hand Central its first loss of the season heading into Tuesday's game at Doc Etters Field.
A pair of early runs was enough for Maplewood to leave Youngsville with a 2-1 non-region win Tuesday at Davis Street Field.
Struble blasted a one-out homer in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift Penns Valley to a 4-3 triumph over Centre County rival Bellefonte on Tuesday afternoon.
The Panthers built an early 6-2 lead in the game, then saw that lead evaporate. But the Panthers got the runs they needed in the late innings, and earn a 10-7 win on the road in Catty.