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  • 1969 Newberry LLWS Team Come Together For Nostalgic Gathering0

    Rusty Sechler’s kitchen table was littered with photographs, newspaper clippings and various other artifacts from the 1969 Newberry Little League’ All-Stars World Series team and its run to that Series. But at that same time, there was the laughter, stories, and memories of the players from that team that gathered at Rusty’s house on the

  • Big Time Deeds by a Small Town Boy0

    There were occasions during my professional career when I was involved in conducting job interviews. Everyone-once-in-awhile I would ask the applicant a totally hypothetical question – “If the job fairy could grant you any job you’d want; what would it be?” It was an off-the-wall question with some surprising answers. One applicant once answered, “I

  • Hall of Famer Mike Mussina “Consistently Consistent”0

    An article on the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s website describes Montoursville’s Mike Mussina in a Yogi Berra-esque manner as “Consistently Consistent.” I can think of no better way to describe Mussina and his baseball career even going back to his Montoursville Little League and high school days. There is another sports expression

  • Across the Pond0

    The Major League Baseball Home Run Hitting Contest was just about to begin as my son, Doug, and I boarded the plane at the Newark Airport. Although the trip had nothing to do with sports, it was a shared interest in sports that created the impetus for this extraordinary adventure. A few years ago, while

  • Tennis Anyone?0

    Motorists headed south on Route 15 may be unaware of the change as they begin their ascent up the Bald Eagle Mountain. While a new sign adorns the entrance, the familiar building looks the same as it always has, but inside its doors, a whole new vibe is underway. Previously known as the West Branch

  • Cheers Alize0

    Alize Johnson continues to amaze. I’m pretty sure you already know his incredible story. You see, last spring Alize became the very first from our area to get drafted in the NBA. The second round pick of the Indiana Pacers had a solid rookie campaign. He spent most of his season recording ridiculous numbers with