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Upset-minded Shockers push Penn State in tourney opener

March 23, 2014 STATE COLLEGE — Maggie Lucas dribbled out the clock in front of the Penn State bench, yelling toward her fans with her index finger pointed at the Bryce Jordan Center roof as time expired in the Lad... more »»

English ends career with emotional win

March 23, 2014 OKLAHOMA CITY — Cael Sanderson admitted that he almost gave up on James English. It’s a good thing he didn’t. more »»

Bald Eagles salvage twinbill split

March 23, 2014 LOCK HAVEN — After posting an 8-5 mark in the pre-season, the Lock Haven University baseball team has found the road somewhat rocky since returning home from its Southern trip. more »»

Neumann boys take home top awards

March 23, 2014 It seems hard to believe, but we have reached the decade’s halfway point. Five seasons are in the book and later this year, Dr. Masse will unveil his half-decade awards. more »»

ROUNDUP: Muncy's Harer wins PJW title

March 23, 2014 Brandt Harer became just the third Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling state champion from Muncy on Saturday when he won the 50-pound weight class in the 8-and-under age group. more »»

Spring break finally over as NCAA tournament begins

March 23, 2014 STATE COLLEGE -- It’s been 16 days since the Penn State Lady Lions last played, a long time to mull their Big Ten quarterfinal upset loss to Ohio State. more »»

Local roundup: Goodwin’s homer leads Mansfield past No. 19 Ship

March 23, 2014 Amanda Goodwin drilled her first collegiate home run while Emily Crandell and Ashley Inman combined for a shutout to lead Mansfield to a 5-0 win over No. more »»

Nittany Lions in front by half point at NCAA wrestling

March 22, 2014 OKLAHOMA CITY — Penn State will bring seven All-Americans back to University Park, and possibly two individual champions, but whether it will bring a fourth consecutive team championship is very muc... more »»

Ex-Bison coach Tim Landis joins Lyco staff

March 22, 2014 Tim Landis eased back into coaching college football a year ago, working as a part-time assistant at Lycoming. What he found was a renewed fire for coaching. more »»

Roundup: SW, Montour open track

March 22, 2014 South Williamsport’s Griffin Molino and Dominick Bragalone won two individual events each and the Mounties finished second in a tri-meet with Shikellamy and Montoursville Friday afternoon to start... more »»

PSU rugby team suspended amid arson claims

March 22, 2014 STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Penn State has suspended its men’s rugby team amid claims two players torched the team’s storage shed and an investigation that revealed what police call the team’s discontent... more »»

Penn State wrestling leads team race

March 21, 2014 OKLAHOMA CITY — Penn State is well on its way to a fourth consecutive NCAA wrestling championship, but the Nittany Lions will have to work to get it. more »»

Johnson worthy of top honor

March 20, 2014 The clock showed 54 seconds remaining when St. John Neumann forward Alize Johnson received a rousing standing ovation and walked off the court for the final time as a high school player. more »»

Nittany Lions begin chase for another NCAA wrestling title

March 20, 2014 STATE?COLLEGE?— In examining the seeds and first-round pairings for the 2014 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships today through Saturday at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. more »»

Nittany Lions advance in CBI

March 20, 2014 STATE COLLEGE?— After quickly jumping out to an 8-0 lead during the game’s first two minutes and putting Hampton on its heels, the visiting Pirates counter-punched Penn State hard the following 38... more »»

Roundup: South boys beat Neumann in tennis

March 20, 2014 Christian Cioffi defeated Geoffrey Kist in two sets as South Williamsport went on to get its first win of the season, 4-1, over St. John Neumann, Wednesday in boys tennis. more »»

Year to remember, even if it falls short of Hershey

March 19, 2014 The rare air tastes so sweet. Throughout the season, St. John Neumann coach Paul Petcavage kept telling his players that as they pursued the program’s first state championship since 1972. more »»

Roundup: WHS boys win to open tennis slate

March 19, 2014 Nick Meale defeated Alandean Elayed in two sets as Williamsport went on to win 4-1, Tues­day over Milton as the boys tennis season began. more »»

Strong support for SJN

March 17, 2014 Having 50 students classifies as a big graduating class at St. John Neumann. Neumann is the epitome of a small school. more »»



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