Hazleton Sports News
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Saturday Oct 3 | via The Citizens' Voice
Hazleton Area crashed Pittston Area's homecoming celebration and had a coming out party of its own on Friday night. The Cougars amassed a season-high 428 yards of offense, forced four turnovers on defense, and limited the Patriots to a mere 62 yards from scrimmage in a 47-0 runaway at Charley Trippi Stadium. Comment?
Friday Oct 2 | via Standard Speaker
Each time Wyoming Valley West scored in the first half, Hazleton Area had a quick answer. Comment?
Thursday Oct 1 | via The Citizens' Voice
Hazleton Area jumped out to a quick lead last week, and held a three-point advantage at the half. However, the Cougars allowed three unanswered touchdowns and it proved to be the difference. Comment?
Saturday Sep 26 | via The Citizens' Voice
Trailing by three in the third quarter and facing a fourth-and-33 situation, Williamsport needed a big play to stay with Hazleton Area on Friday night. The 6-foot-2 senior wideout went high in the air and snagged a Isaiah Hankins throw at the goal line, good for a 34-yard touchdown that turned the tide and put the Millionaires ahead to stay. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via The Citizens' Voice
Last season, there was no rivalry in Wyoming Valley Conference field hockey as close, and meaningful, as the one between Coughlin and Valley West. The four-game season series was split. Comment?
Thursday Sep 24 | via The Times-Tribune
EMMA BLACK / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Valley View's Jake Osborne, right, makes a diving catch but is pulled down by Lakeland's Rob Bomba during last week's game. Valley View won to improve to 3-0. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 23 | via The Citizens' Voice
At Coughlin, Katie Anderson netted a hat trick as the Crusaders blanked Wallenpaupack, 8-0, on Tuesday in WVC field hockey. Kyra Wozniak had a goal and an assist, as did Savanna Robinson. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 23 | via Standard Speaker
WVC ' Hazleton Area 6, Honesdale 0 - Kara Sanford lit up the scoreboard with five goals and added an assist, playing a part in each Lady Cougars goal in their shutout Tuesday. Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via The Times-Tribune
As one might suspect, teams that are in the big-school classifications are having the biggest impact on the high school football season. After three weeks, all eight teams that make up the Lackawanna Football Conference Division I are ranked in The Times-Tribune Top 10 poll. Comment?
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