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A fast start and a late defensive gem carried the MYAA National All-Stars to the Pennsylvania 10- and 11-year-old state baseball title Thursday.
The Penn State men's basketball team will take on Drexel at the soon-to-open PPL Center in Allentown on Dec. 20, the first of a two-game series announced Thursday.
The Pirates will send left-hander Jeff Locke to the mound tonight at Chase Field.
The Little League Pennsylvania state champion Taney Dragons baseball team practices at the University of the Sciences field in West Philadelphia, July 29, 2014.
Jennifer Reichard is shown during her playing days at Eastern Kentucky University.
Service Electric Cable TV has banned Rob Neyhard from broadcasting high school sports on the cable provider, Neyhard and Scott Cannon said Wednesday.
Right-handed pitcher Ryan Etsell grew up in Philadelphia, playing his high school ball at Northeast Catholic.
Winning pitcher Cayden Merrifield had two hits, including a double, to lead West Scranton to an 8-5 win over Moosic in a District 17/32 City-County Little League Tournament baseball game Tuesday.
Jordan Art scored the winning run on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the eighth inning as Carbondale/Lakeland defeated Wissahickon, 4-3, on Monday in the American Junior Legion State Tournament in West Lawn.
Matt Slagus , who is heading into his sophomore year at North Pocono, won three gold medals.
WPIAL record holder James Smith of Upper St. Clair was one of 14 elite runners invited to dine with Olympian Leo Manzano as part of the Liberty Mile festivities this week in Pittsburgh.
Luke Jackson hit a two-run home run and Matthew Shepard added a two-run single as MYAA National broke out to an early lead and beat Red Land 9-2 Monday in the Pennsylvania 10-11-year-old state tournament winners' bracket final.
Tynia and Del Richardson hold a photograph of their son, Greg Richardson, on July 20 at their home in Ortanna.
Owen, who is one of the top quarterbacks in the state according to Pennsylvania Preps, has visited Toledo, Bowling Green, Penn State, Pitt and most recently, James Madison.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:07 pm
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