Williamsport at Central Mountain preview

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Williamsport PPG—17.2, YPG—219.4; PPA—36.0, YPA—373.6 Williamsport notes: Enduring growing pains this season is not shocking considering Williamsport (1-4) had to replace so many starters from a year ago. Williamsport has lost three straight games but can look at the second half of ...

Day 1 of District 4 golf championships conclude

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Warrior Run’s Hannah Rabb shot a 76 to lead by 10 strokes in the girls Class AA competition and take first on Day 1 of the District 4 golf championships at Williamsport Country Clu. Rabb was 3-over par. Jersey Shore’s Caiyln Schall took second with an 86 and Wellsboro’s Hannalee Cleveland ...

Executive Education at Jersey Shore preview

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Executive PPG—20.4, YPG—342; PPA—18.8, YPA—212.6 Executive notes: A program in just its second season of existence, Executive already has done some excellent things, going 9-7 these past two seasons. Executive (3-2) opened this season with three consecutive victories before losing to ...

Local roundup: South girls defeat Lewisburg 1-0

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In girls soccer, South Williamsport defeated Lewisburg in a close game, 1-0, to improve to 9-3. The lone goal came from McKaye Wilton with 11:29 remaining until halftime. Milton defeated Warrior Run, 2-0. Mackenzie Lopez scored both goals as Sammy Roarty and Maddie Zeiber added assists. In ...

Sun-Gazette power rankings

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1. Jersey Shore (5-0): Tonight’s game against Executive Education was supposed to be a road one but with Executive’s home field being a college field that was not able to be used, a move was made. That means Jersey Shore will have six home games this season, including the next two weeks ...

Montoursville at Southern Columbia preview

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Montoursville PPG—23.2, YPA—307.2; PPA—21.0, YPA—225 Montoursville notes: Winning three straight close, hard-fought games, Montoursville (4-1) has proven itself as tough as it is talented. A young team has come together well during tough times and continued the program’s proud ...