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  • Cutters OF Etzel Captures MLB Draft League Honors0

    The MLB Draft League announced that Williamsport’s Matthew Etzel was named Hitter of the Week, for the period of June 13-19. Etzel, 20, batted .500 (10-for-20) with one home run, one triple and two doubles in five games for the Crosscutters. He paced all MLB Draft League hitters during the period in hits, runs scored

  • Skip the Line! Order Your Single Game Tix in Advance!0

    Tickets for all Cutters game during the 2022 season are available by calling (570) 326-3389, online at or in-person at Muncy Bank Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field. Ordering in advance online means that you can print your tickets at home & skip the line at the box office on game night! With tickets starting

  • So, I Hear There’s a Rap Concert This Sunday…0

    It’s that time of the year once again! Continuing the tradition started by Mike Rafferty, it’s time for our yearly Super Bowl Predictions. So. Are you ready for some football? This year’s big game brings us the Cincinnati Bengals taking on the LA Rams from Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. This is the second

  • Nolan Kutney Signs Letter of Intent

    Nolan Kutney Signs Letter of Intent0

    Nolan Kutney signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at the University of Pittsburgh.  Seated next to Nolan is his sister Nyla Kutney and parents Mike and Corina Kutney. Standing in the back from left is Montoursville Athletic Director Melissa Balliet, Montoursville Baseball coaches Corey Twigg, Jeremy Eck, Mike Mussina, and Montoursville Principal

  • A Basket Full of Eggs0

    As July catapults along at an amazing speed towards the fast-approaching month of August, there are perhaps at least two things that have been topics of conversation in area households; “I’m bored, there’s nothing to do” and “when are we going shopping for school clothes?” Regarding the latter, retailers have been more than ready, especially

  • Graduates & Coaches0

    As June hits the halfway point, with the official beginning of summer just a few days away, for those graduating students who’ve recently seen their high school days completed and their parents, it has been an emotional two weeks. Preparing for, and looking forward to, the end of that senior year is one thing; soaking

  • The First Pitch of Summer0

    How great was it to feel that bright summer sun and those 90 degree days last week? Isn’t it amazing how much more fun any outdoor event becomes in our neck of Penns Woods when you finally feel the warmth of summer? All those sporting events that parents and grandparents endure in those cold days

  • Inspirational Novel About Autism, Inclusion and Competition Penned By Local Author

    Inspirational Novel About Autism, Inclusion and Competition Penned By Local Author0

    Autism is often little understood or under-understood and when it is written about or discussed, it is often done in a clinical and sterile manner. One local author attempts to humanize it and make it more accessible to people in a new novel titled A Mile in Her Shoes. The novel was written by local

  • Pandemic Pigskin Predictions0

    It is going to be a Super Bowl like no other, that’s for certain. We’ve got the Kansas City Chiefs — who are the reigning Super Bowl Champs, versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are being led by the winningest quarterback in NFL history. The game will be at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay,

  • Montoursville Little Leaguers Have Presidential Game of Catch

    Montoursville Little Leaguers Have Presidential Game of Catch0

    Between 2001 and 2008, 20 t-ball games involving youngsters from all over America, including several teams from military installations, and from the Challenger Division of Little League Baseball, were held on the South Lawn of the White House under the auspices of President George W. Bush and Little League Baseball International Inc. These games celebrated

  • An Interesting Week0

    The St. John Neumann Regional Academy’s 2019-20 season suddenly came to a close. We were nipped 59-57 by Southern Foulton at the horn. It was a tremendous game, but unfortunately all good things come an end. 22-5. Mid Penn and District 4 Champs. PIAA Sweet 16. Impressive, but it still hurts. Everyone took it very

  • Thomas Named to Bowman Field HOF

    Thomas Named to Bowman Field HOF0

    Among the baseball dignitaries to be gathered at the January 15 Williamsport Crosscutters annual Hot Stove Banquet will be a face many may not recognize, but as soon as he opens his mouth the recognition will most likely be there. Following the past 20 years of distinguished service as the team’s Public Address announcer the

  • Much More Than a Field of Dreams0

    The Little League World Series is a celebration of all that is right on God’s green earth. What a welcoming act the Grand Slam Parade has become. I am amazed every year how the folks of the West Branch Valley wrap their arms around the teams during the event. It is a huge hug of

  • Courage, Character, and Loyalty

    Courage, Character, and Loyalty0

    “I trust in God. I love my country and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win. But win or lose, I will always do my best.” These words of the Little League Pledge become even more powerful when recited by young ballplayers. The timing just after our National Anthem, and

  • 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

  • Moose Sightings0

    “It has been a crazy year. Sort of surreal as I look back. This entire experience has been nothing short of amazing. We weren’t really expecting this and somewhat surprised when they tallied the votes. We were only hoping to improve from last year’s marks. Then I got a random text from Dad. ‘76 percent.

  • Mike Mussina: Hall of Famer and Little League® Supporter0

    Williamsport and Cooperstown are connected by the Susquehanna River and baseball history, as Little League and the Baseball Hall of Fame were both established in 1939. While most of the baseball community knows Mike Mussina for his Hall of Fame career with the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees, for the people in the Williamsport


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