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  • Brown Jackets

    Brown Jackets0

    One of my favorite “sporting” weeks just came to a close. Yes. There is so much going on these first few days of April, and it shows. Congrats to VA as they claimed the NCAA title Monday. I am a huge fan of the Cavaliers and give them a ton of credit. They were bounced

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  • Pick-Up Games0

    Spring has finally sprung, and the outdoorsmen are gearing up. Winter sports are over as basketball and wrestling are being replaced by others. Youngsters from the area are getting ready for their baseball and softball runs. Change is in the air, and this is a beautiful time of year. The NCAA Basketball Tournament is my

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  • National Champ! Wesneski Secures Upset in the Finals0

    Born during the Whitehill Duals while his father, Lyle, wrestled his senior year at Lycoming College in 1996, senior Garrett Wesneski (Canton, Pa./Canton Area) always seemed fated to wrestle at the school, even after spending three years at the University of Maryland before deciding to finish his career at Lycoming under the guidance of his dad’s former

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  • The Magical Month of March

    The Magical Month of March0

    What a great time to get out and about and enjoy all the happenings early Spring has to offer. There is definitely something for everyone that calls the West Branch Valley home. It is so nice to hear the singing of the robins in the morning and enjoy the sunshine upon returning home in the

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  • Mike Mussina’s Overlooked Distinguished Collegiate Baseball Career0

    Mike Mussina’s Hall of Fame Major League baseball career is rightly being celebrated and noted by avid observers of the game. However, one important aspect of his distinguished baseball journey is being mostly overlooked, and that is his collegiate baseball feats with the Stanford Cardinal baseball team from 1987 to 1990. He excelled there in

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  • Coin Flipping0

    What a most memorable week we just experienced last week! Two of our area’s true sports icons both achieved monumental recognition in their respective sports. Montoursville’s Mike Mussina culminated a six-year climb up the Baseball Hall of Fame voting ladder and received the ultimate call that he has been elected to be enshrined in Cooperstown

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