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6 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
After obliterating her state record, being named to the all-state indoor track team was nothing more than a formality for Abington Heights senior Tessa Barrett.
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10 hrs ago | Erie Times News
McDowell senior Jonathan Ekas knew he was in trouble early in the boys' 100-yard backstroke final of Thursday's PIAA Class AAA swimming and diving meet.
14 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice
Zawatski created a blueprint for the 100 freestyle consolation finals and used that advantage to finish 10th overall on Thursday at the PIAA Class AAA Swimming Championship at Bucknell University.
After 14 straight playoff appearances, Peters Township's baseball team has failed to reach the postseason the past two seasons.
A trio of York County athletes have helped Dickinson College advance to the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 in men's basketball.
Senior Jen Papich and junior Nettie Blake were named to the Daktronics All-Atlantic region second team Thursday afternoon.
The Bishop McCort baseball team's seniors have played in some of the region's top parks and stadiums during the past three seasons.
Jake Kisiel and Tyler Shumaker, seniors at Mercyhurst Prep, signed letters of intent to continue their soccer careers at the collegiate level on Wednesday.
Abby McCartney gets a warm welcome at home plate after slugging a two-run homer to lead Canon-McMillan to a victory over Pennsbury in a PIAA Class AAAA semifinal game last season.
McDowell's Jonathan Ekas is the highest-seeded District 10 performer entering the Class AAA portion of the PIAA swimming and diving meet.
Savannah Graybill didn't let the disappointment of not qualifying for the recent Sochi Games slow her down.
Area senior athletes announced their college plans at ceremonies at both Ephrata and Cocalico High Schools on National Signing Day on Feb. 6. At Cocalico, five players made their plans known in front of family, friends and coaches during a ceremony held in the CHS library.
Wyoming Valley West junior Ed Zawatski capitalized on his smooth style to finish fourth overall in the 50 freestyle preliminaries and earn a spot in the championship finals during opening-day action at the PIAA Class AAA Swimming Championships at Bucknell University's Kinney Natatorium.
There will be big contingents from Delaware Valley and Scranton competing at the PIAA Class AAA Swimming and Diving Championships that begin today.
Tucked into his footlockers was a gift from his grandfather. As a boy in Moshannon, he treasured the 5-inch high glass creamer.
The Westminster College baseball team split with Martin Luther in day three of its Florida Trip on Tuesday.