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Hackenberg’s record day shows his value

August 31, 2014 DUBLIN — One of the best compliments any athlete in any sport can receive is that he always gives his team a chance to win. more »»

Big debut for Hamilton

August 31, 2014 DUBLIN — DaeSean Hamilton is a confident young man, as all college football players are, but even in his best-case scenario, he didn’t envision having such a magnificent Penn State debut. more »»

PSU notebook: OL: Some good, some bad

August 31, 2014 DUBLIN — Penn State’s heavily maligned offensive line did some good things Saturday, but also came out of the game still facing major concerns. more »»

Two more Penn College teams set to open

August 31, 2014 The Penn College women’s tennis and men’s cross-country teams begin their seasons this week while men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball squads went a combined 2-3 in action over the weekend. more »»

O’Leary’s quarterback handling may have cost team the game

August 31, 2014 DUBLIN — Coaches can help their team win a game with good decisions, but they also can cause their team lose with bad calls, and Central Florida’s George O’Leary might have done the latter Saturday. more »»

PSU highlights/lowlights: Ficken, Hackenberg shine

August 31, 2014 Following are the highlights and lowlights from Penn State’s 26-24 victory over UCF on Saturday at Croke Park Stadium in Dublin, Irelan. more »»

Lyco wants more than a title

August 31, 2014 The goal a year ago was a Middle Atlantic Conference championship for Lycoming’s football team. Mission accomplished … Well, kind of. more »»

Closing strong

August 31, 2014 By MITCH RUPERT mrupert@sungazette. more »»

Affiliation renewed with the Phillies for two more seasons

August 31, 2014 The Williamsport Cross­cut­ters and the Philadelphia Phil­lies announced Saturday they have extended their Player Development Contract through 2016. more »»

Brake’s TD return leads BU

August 31, 2014 LEWISBURG — With the football falling through the night sky at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Sta­dium following a VMI punt, Bucknell’s Josh Brake made a game-changing and somewhat unexpected decision o... more »»

Warrior girls tourney champs

August 31, 2014 It didn’t take the Montours­ville girls soccer team long to find the back of the net against Lewisburg on Saturday evening. more »»

Local roundup: JS girls win in OT

August 31, 2014 Olivia Edler scored the game-winner off a scramble in front of the box as Jersey Shore beat South Williamsport, 2-1, in overtime to open their girls soccer season Saturday. more »»

Local roundup: Lycoming men off to 2-0 start

August 31, 2014 Moises Lazo notched a goal and an assist to lead the Lycoming College men’s soccer team to a 2-0 non-conference win Sunday at Keystone. more »»

Downed South

August 30, 2014 Fans who filled both bleachers and who filled the track’s outer ridges to capacity roared as Montoursville coach J.C. more »»

Irish pub

August 30, 2014 DUBLIN — Looking out over a sea of more than 10,000 Penn State fans, Nittany Lion and Steelers legend Jack Ham said it best. more »»

Penn State wins thriller in Ireland

August 30, 2014 DUBLIN -- Penn State planned to celebrate during its long flight back to Pennsylvania on Saturday night after a thrilling finish 3,000 miles from home. more »»

Millionaires drop opener to Wildcats

August 30, 2014 After being held to its only punt of the game late in the fourth quarter, it looked like momentum was about to shift for Williams­port. more »»

PSU players making great memories in Ireland

August 30, 2014 DUBLIN — Penn State’s players looked like fish out of water trying to play football Thursday. But don’t worry, it wasn’t our football. It was Ireland’s version of football. more »»

James Franklin post-game press conference highlights

August 30, 2014 DUBLIN — New coach James Franklin earned a win in his first game at Penn Stat. more »»

Lancers lose in a wild one

August 30, 2014 MOUNT CARMEL — A solitary flag lay on the wet grass back near Loyalsock’s 45-yard line. It represented the end of the Lancers’ 25-22 loss to Mount Carmel at the Silver Bowl on Friday night. more »»



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