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Division champs

September 1, 2015 A puddle formed outside the Williamsport Crosscut­ters’ dugout some 15 minutes after Monday night’s game against Auburn, a 12-2 win, had finished. more »»

Hayden happy to be back

September 1, 2015 If Brendon Hayden never returns to Batavia, New York, he’ll likely be OK with it. more »»

HAC-I boys soccer: Millionaires look to build off 2014

September 1, 2015 For the first time in almost 20 years, it looked like Williamsport boys soccer was finally going to once again hoist a District 2-4 championship banner. more »»

HAC-I girls soccer: Montoursville has some big holes

September 1, 2015 How do you replace an all-state forward and tremendous athlete like Kirsten O’Malley? Well, according to Montoursville coach Vic Gorini, you simply don’t. There’s no way. more »»

‘Stripe out’ set for PSU on Sept. 19

September 1, 2015 Penn State’s primetime game against Rutgers on Sept. 19 will feature the program’s first “stripe out” at Beaver Stadium. more »»

Lions to watch

September 1, 2015 Part of a series of the top 10 players who could make the biggest impact for Penn State this season. more »»

Milton tennis shuts out Monotoursville

September 1, 2015 Alaina Houtz won at No. 1 singles and Carissa Wagner won at No. 2 singles to lead Milton to a 5-0 win over Montoursville Monday in girls tennis. more »»

Penn College teams set to open fall season today

September 1, 2015 Today will mark the celebration of a championship from last spring and the start of a new sports season for Penn College. more »»

Japan takes title with 18-11 win

August 31, 2015 As Tokyo, Japan, players celebrated near the pitcherás mound, Lewisberry fans rose and gave their team a rousing ovation. more »»

Pearland ends 3rd in world

August 30, 2015 As Isaac Garcia rounded third base, Southwest champion Pearland, Texas, manager Andrew Solomon looked upward and smiled. more »»

Kitasuna LL mounts wild comeback to beat Pennsylvania

August 30, 2015 As Tokyo, Japan, players celebrated near the pitcher’s mound, Lewisberry fans rose and gave their team a rousing ovation. more »»

Japan worthy of cheers for winning title, not yawns

August 30, 2015 No matter what Nobuyuki Kawashima believed, or what manager Junji Hidaka wanted the rest of his Kitasuna Little League players from Tokyo to believe, the more than 40,000 people watching Sunday’s... more »»

Cutters fall to Auburn in finale of road trip

August 30, 2015 Williamsport was held to just four hits as it dropped the final game of a four-game road trip to Auburn, 4-0, on Sunday. more »»

Texans have a 'fitting end'

August 30, 2015 As Isaac Garcia rounded third base, Southwest champion Pearland, Texas, manager Andrew Solomon looked upward and smiled. more »»

Japan 1, Mexico 0 (7 innings)

August 29, 2015 Japan had no hits for six innings. Then it didnát need one to score the game-winning run in the seventh. more »»

Lewisberry 3, Pearland 2

August 29, 2015 The kid born in New Zealand lived an American dream Saturday afternoon. New Zealand export Chayton Krauss threw his arms high as soon as he finished his swin. more »»

Lycoming trying to replace key pieces

August 29, 2015 It’s been an interesting two weeks for the Lycoming football team. Interesting because more so than in recent years, there’s a ton of uncertainty surrounding the team’s preseason camp. more »»

Hayden leads Cutters to win over Batavia

August 29, 2015 Williamsport’s Brendon Hayden went 3 for 4 with a home run, double and three RBIs to lead the Crosscutters to a 7-3 win over Batavia to salvage the final game of a three-game series against the... more »»

Nittany Lions in position to continue progress

August 29, 2015 As another football season is set to dawn over what was once Happy Valley — which is trying hard to be again someday — more than the usual amount of intrigue has engulfed the Nittany Nation. more »»

GOLF TIP: The perfect swing is not always best

August 29, 2015 Many low to mid handicap golfers would play better if they didn’t try so hard to perfect his/her swing. Golf is a game of good misses, not perfection. more »»

 
 
 

 

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