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  • Perfection Demands Attention as Waltman Continues Unreal Start to the Season0

    It isn’t often a writer gets a chance to double-down on a column, but perfection in sports demands that kind of attention. Any seam head, whether it’s softball or baseball, knows the importance of a perfect game. It’s rarer than most accomplishments in sports, other than maybe a 21-pitch at-bat. (It just happened in the

  • Waltman Off to Special Start for Warrior Run0

    When Warrior Run’s Madi Waltman entered the circle against Loyalsock, she knew it was going to take a big effort against one of her team’s toughest league foes. Waltman wasn’t just good; she was outstanding throughout the game as the Defenders defeated the Lancers 7-1, after being swept in the previous season. The victory also

  • From the Hardwood to the Diamond: Loyalsock Girls Make the Transition With Ease0

    As the basketball season came to a close Loyalsock softball coach Tom O’Malley knew the majority of his team would need a break before heading to the diamond to start practice. Loyalsock’s historic run through the district and a portion of the PIAA state playoffs meant six players of the 14 listed on the softball

  • Doss Doubles Down on State Golds en Route to Being Named Class AA Swimmer of the Meet

    Doss Doubles Down on State Golds en Route to Being Named Class AA Swimmer of the Meet0

    Two years ago Abby Doss was simply trying to make the transition from Lourdes Regional to Shamokin as a freshman. It was her first year in high school and Doss was just trying to balance making friends, staying on top of her studies, and practicing with the school’s swim team. It was a fully loaded

  • Lewisburg Players Shine as Area Players Participate in All-Star Game0

    On both sides, girls and boys, Lewisburg’s basketball players would say their season ended much too early as both failed to reach the PIAA Tournament. That’s not to say the seasons were entertaining and worthwhile. Both featured outstanding players, plays, and games that would have highlighted any high school team’s season. Most teams won’t be

  • Muncy’s Joe Klock Ends High School Career on Top as State Champion0

    At a young age, Joe Klock wanted nothing more than to accompany his older brothers to their wrestling practice. Klock’s father Jerry gave into Joe’s wishes once he was able to find a partner more his son’s size. Klock immediately took to the sport, tossing around his training partner and gaining a quick edge. The


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