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Super explosion

July 11, 2016 Williamsport trainer Michael Hefta held a white towel to the face of Enmanuel Garcia. more »»

Day pushed to No. 1 by 2015 failure

July 11, 2016 TROON, Scotland — Jason Day is more motivated by failure than success, which helps explain how he reached No. 1 in the world. And it all started last year at the British Open. more »»

Eight area kids heading to Germany in soccer

July 11, 2016 When Williamsport’s Gabe McKeon return home from Ger­many last summer, the Million­aires’ soccer player didn’t have a desire to return. more »»

Dismissing baseball for football not always easy

July 11, 2016 SAN DIEGO — Dylan Cozens said his choice was simple. He could have played defensive end at the University of Arizona or signed with the Philadel­phia Phillies. more »»

Phillies executive takes a look at some former ex-Cutters

July 11, 2016 Here’s is the rest of a weekend interview with Phillies Director of Player Development Joe Jordan. more »»

Duncan different

July 11, 2016 First Kobe Bryant, now Tim Duncan. A two-decade chapter of NBA history has closed. more »»

Keystone reaches 9-11 Baseball final

July 11, 2016 In last year’s District 12 All-Star game against Montoursville, Luke Simcox opened the game with a home run. In this year’s contest Simcox gave everyone in attendance a brief moment of déjà vu. more »»

Warriors have 54 incoming players this fall

July 11, 2016 aWith a recruiting class that features eight all-state selections and 54 members, the Lycoming College football team has reloaded for 2016 as it looks to step back into contention for a Middle... more »»

SEC’s Sankey: We weep, we mourn for shooting victims

July 11, 2016 HOOVER, Ala. — South­eastern Conference Commis­sioner Greg Sankey scrapped much of his planned speech at the league’s annual media days to decry the wave of shootings across the countr. more »»

Watch and learn

July 10, 2016 When he was catching in Friday night’s series opener against Aberdeen, Henri Lar­tigue saw an aggressive Iro­nBirds offense which would take its hacks at any pitch in the zone. more »»

Phillies development executive intrigued by roster here

July 10, 2016 The smile on Joe Jordan’s face is much more prominent than it was when he took the job as the Philadelphia Phillies’ Di­rector of Player Develop­ment a few years ag. more »»

Local roundup: West End 15s win in the seventh at state tournament

July 10, 2016 In the Babe Ruth 15 year old state tournament Sunday in Broomall-Newtown, Mikey Taylor hit a single up the middle that scored Riley Hilner in the bottom of the seventh inning to give West End the 5-... more »»

Lumber slumber

July 9, 2016 Gregori Rivero led off the eighth inning with a triple Saturday night for the Williamsport Cross­cutters. more »»

Martinelli out to remain patient at bat

July 9, 2016 The results aren’t all that important to David Martinelli right now. He understands the ebbs and flows of baseball, and as long as his approach is there, the results will come. more »»

Curacao LLWS player returns to Williamsport

July 9, 2016 By DEVIN BIERLY dbierly@sungazette.com As the Aberdeen IronBirds’ bus came down Route 15 Friday morning, Kirvin Moesquit saw a familiar site to his right. more »»

Local roundup: Loyalsock to Minor Softball title game; West End teams open with wins

July 9, 2016 Loyalsock reached the District 12 8-10 Softball title game with a 23-7 win over Jersey Shore on Saturday in the consolation bracket final. Sofia Mileto and Ella Kovaleski had 5 RBIs eac. more »»

Keystone 9-11's wins in four innings

July 7, 2016 Any concerns Keystone’s 9-11 baseball team had about offense were put to rest after a seven-run, six-hit performance highlighted the first inning of their tournament game against Williamsport. more »»

Wellsboro junior softball beats Williamsport

July 7, 2016 Williamsport and Wellsboro were deadlocked in a classic at James Short Park with the Section 3 Championship on the line for Williamsport. more »»

Williamsport alum Eck named NFL side judge

July 7, 2016 Williamsport graduate Alan Eck was named one of three new officials in the NFL on Thursday. Eck, who had been working as a referee in the Big 12 Conference, was named a side judge for an NFL crew. more »»

WAHS grad Fatherly competes in qualifying

July 7, 2016 EUGENE, Ore. — Williamsport grad Rachel Fatherly eyed up a spot in Rio for the 2016 Olympic Games in the shot put as she competed on Thursday morning in Eugene, Ore., as part of the U.S. more »»

 
 
 

 

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