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Hughesville’s Derhammer suiting up for all-star game

June 22, 2016 Put him in a 100-yard dash and Melvin Derhammer might not beat many area high school running backs. Put him on a 100-yard field and Derhammer and can compete with anybod. more »»

Cutters notebook: Post-baseball aspirations for Maglich

June 22, 2016 In sixth grade Luke Maglich had a collision with a tree which the tree won. The collision broke the patella in one of Maglich’s legs and never healed properly, eventually requiring surgery. more »»

Former MVP Rose traded to the Knicks

June 22, 2016 NEW YORK — Derrick Rose was once writing a great NBA story, the hometown kid leading the Chicago Bulls to their greatest heights since Michael Jordan. more »»

WNBA roundup: Charles’ double-double lifts Liberty

June 22, 2016 ATLANTA (AP) — Tina Charles had 23 points, nine rebounds and 10 assists for the New York Liberty, who beat the Atlanta Dream, 90-79, in double overtime on Wednesday for their fifth straight victory. more »»

Cutters fall on road in 10 innings

June 21, 2016 The Williamsport Crosscutters fell in 10 innings Monday night at Lowell, 3-2, in the second of a three-game series. more »»

Banner careers

June 21, 2016 They wanted history. They wanted wins and championships. But as freshmen, they endured a winless season. The Class of 2016 Jersey Shore seniors did not lose much after that. more »»

Cutters swept on road

June 21, 2016 The Williamsport Cross­cutters lost their fourth consecutive game Tuesday, falling 6-4 to Lowell, as the Spinners finished the three-game sweep. more »»

Late offensive explosion keeps Lowell undefeated

June 19, 2016 Jerry Downs hit a three-run double in a scoreless game and Lowell scored eight runs over its final three at-bats to beat the Williamsport Crosscutters, 8-1, Sunday. more »»

Gee, it's tough

June 18, 2016 It seems like picking a Sun-Gazette all-star team becomes tougher each season. And this year was the toughest yet. The Sun-Gazette covers more than 20 team. more »»

Eighth inning dooms Cutters in first loss

June 18, 2016 STATE COLLEGE — Jose Nin could see his way out of trouble. more »»

Phils’ 5th-round pick from last year awaits NYPL debut

June 18, 2016 Bailey Falter has been working with a pitching coach in California for about 10 years, refining his pitches and refining his mechanics. more »»

Elkland grad Howe is 9-over through 13

June 17, 2016 Former Elkland High School and Penn State golfer T.J. Howe finished Friday’s play at the U.S. Open at 9-over par through 13 holes of the second round. more »»

Bucknell non-conference schedule gets announced

June 17, 2016 LEWISBURG?— Home games against perennial conference title contenders Princeton, Richmond, Manhattan, Robert Morris and Mount St. more »»

Cutters' notebook: Williams adjusting at third

June 17, 2016 There has never been one position Luke Williams has been able to call home before playing pro ball. He was also bouncing around during high school and travel ball season. more »»

Solomon speaks at LLWS luncheon

June 16, 2016 After his team from Pearland, Texas, defeated Mexico in the third-place consolation game at last year’s Little League World Series, Southwest champion coach Andrew Solomon packed it up and flew back... more »»

Catching on again

June 16, 2016 Jake Sweaney is just happy to be out of Florida. The 2013 draft pick is stepping out of the Sunshine State for the first time as a professional baseball player. more »»

Crosscutters promotional schedule

June 16, 2016 Friday, June 17 vs. State College Spikes—7:05 Opening Night 2016. Presented by BBandT and KISS 102-7. Post-Game Fireworks. Presented by BBandT along with Best Western, ZY Pyrotechnics, and KISS 102. more »»

Around the NYPL

June 16, 2016 Aberdeen Ironbirds Affiliation: Baltimore Orioles Website: Founded: 1977 Stadium (size): Ripken Stadium (6,300) Owner: Cal Ripken Jr. more »»

Second year much more comfortable for ex-catcher

June 16, 2016 Last spring, when Crosscutters manager Pat Borders came into his first season with the Crosscutters he had no idea what to expect. more »»



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