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  • And the Winner is…

    And the Winner is…0

    A very special Happy Birthday to my Great Aunt Mildred, who turns 102 years old today. Just imagine what she has seen in her lifetime since being born in 1918. She is truly a remarkably smart and tough lady who has navigated her time here on God’s green Earth with grace, but when needed, the

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  • Once Upon a Time0

    Once upon a time in the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna River region, there existed a somewhat utopian atmosphere among the populous. While the village inhabitants of each individual area were fervently pleased and protective of their own, they shared a competitive bond with an overriding uniqueness that made their athletic encounters something they

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  • An Evening with Coach Kelly and the Lady Bison0

    Congratulations to Summer McNulty on scoring her 1,000th point for the Loyalsock Lady Lancers. Summer’s brother Chase and my son Hunter are good friends and graduated in the same class. They played a lot of baseball together, both for the school and travel teams. Summer was the little sister that had to tag along to

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  • Rivalry Restored0

    It has been more than a week, and I am still buzzing. Actually, the entire hoops community is. What transpired in the Catholic Community Center last Sunday might never be duplicated. It was an amazing atmosphere, both teams played well, and I had the best seat to witness. The Loyalsock Lancers prevailed as they defeated

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  • An Ode to Curtis0

    It is hard to fathom that I made it to another decade. This is my sixth sports fans. I don’t know about you, but I personally struggle with bringing in the new year. My resolutions usually get tossed by January 11th. I have every intention of eating healthy or getting buff. I also try to

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  • A Friend and Fan for All Seasons0

    Happy Birthday to my good friend Pedie McDonald. It’s hard to believe he’s going to be 60 years young! It seems like only yesterday I shared his 50th birthday with him. I have had a special relationship with Pedie and his parents, Peyton and Peachy, over the years. It began when I was a young

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  • Pedie McDonald: Loyalsock Athletics’ Most Beloved and Fervent Fan

    Pedie McDonald: Loyalsock Athletics’ Most Beloved and Fervent Fan0

    At every Loyalsock High School athletic and even Loyalsock Little League game, there is always one unmistakable and enthusiastic person present at all of them — that is Pedie McDonald. No Loyalsock game would be complete without him being there. Pedie is a very special part of such contests. Pedie is the son of the

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  • A New Dugout for Waller0

    The sound was unmistakable. If you heard it once, you’ve never forgotten it. Indeed, I had heard it many, many times. The sound of a baseball coming off a bat in the acoustically challenged, antiquated gymnasium of South Williamsport’s Rommelt Building is like no other. As I approached the gym doors, an accompanying sound was

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  • 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

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  • 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

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  • Williamsport Crosscutters Officials Excited About Opening the 2019 Season0

    The sights and sounds of exciting minor league baseball will ring out again as the Williamsport Crosscutters begin a new season of competition in the New York-Penn League with their home opener at 7 p.m. this Friday, June 14 at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field. Officials of the Crosscutters are excited at all they

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  • Wills and Ways0

    A long time ago in a gymnasium nearby- I was introduced to an extraordinary young man. I had already seen him in action, and I was highly impressed with his skill set. We got to talking and hit it off immediately. His name was Alize Johnson, and I vividly remember that very first conversation. He

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  • Competition0

    As defined by Webster, it is “1) the effort of two or more parties acting independently to secure the business of a third party by offering the best favorable terms or 2) a contest between rivals.” Both definitions apply to the world of sports and now with the District Four baseball and softball playoffs underway

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  • Cutters Announce 2019 Promotions: Local Legends Bobblehead Series Highlight Schedule0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters have released their full promotional schedule in advance of the 2019 season, presented by UPMC, which opens on June 14. Fireworks return in a big way with a record total of nine shows during the 2019 campaign. Friday Night Fireworks will light up the sky on June 14 & 21, July 5, 12, 19

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  • Cutters Unveil Local Legends Bobble Series0

    Every Wednesday in April, the Williamsport Crosscutters are revealing a piece of their 2019 promotional calendar in advance of the release of the full slate of events and promotions that is scheduled for May 1st. This week, the Cutters announce the bobblehead giveaways scheduled for the upcoming season, all of which have a local tie

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  • Wheeland Honors Coach Insinger

    Wheeland Honors Coach Insinger0

    Rep. Jeff Wheeland (R-Lycoming) presented a citation from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to Coach Insinger in recognition of his 1000th win as head basketball coach for the Loyalsock Township High School. His family is also pictured in the photo with Coach Insinger: His wife Carol, his daughter Laurie Emery, his son in law Ron Emery,

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  • Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward

    Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward0

    Several years back, I was helping coach a very talented Loyalsock 8th grade basketball team. Datres, Little, Sosa, Baggett, Pastore and my son Jimmy were the mainstays on the roster. I had the pleasure of working with these boys since the time they were in third grade, and they looked forward to playing the best

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