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  • Hoffman Joins the Elite of Wrestling With His Third Consecutive PIAA State Championship

    Hoffman Joins the Elite of Wrestling With His Third Consecutive PIAA State Championship0

    As Montoursville’s Luke Frey won his final match to claim a State Championship in wrestling, a six-year-old fan cheered from the stands. The championship sparked something deep inside the young wrestler watching with his parents and brother as his idol went to the center of the mat to get his hand raised. Years later that

  • Klingerman Won’t Let Season End After Hitting Clutch 3-pointer to Give Loyalsock a 54-50 Win Over District 1 Champion Valley Forge0

    Moments after one of the most important wins in school history Loyalsock team managers Grant Walters and Ronnie Emery summed up the experience perfectly by thanking the fans and calling the game special. “I just want to thank the fans,” Emery said. “It was one of the best groups of fans I’ve ever seen.” Emery

  • Local Swimmers Dream Big As PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships Open Later This Week0

    This week the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships open at Bucknell University. There will be plenty of swimmers and divers from all over the state trying to stake their claim as the top in their respective discipline. The event will be stretched over four days and feature swimmers from both AA and AAA. There will

  • Family Takes the Day as Brothers and Sisters Both Reach the Next Level After Successful District 4 Meet0

    Records, medals, and a lot of cheering were the highlights of the District 4 Swimming Championships at Williamsport. Swimming is a different kind of sport to follow. It’s one where swimmers represent schools just like every high school sport, but where the difference starts is in the offseason when most team up with their local

  • Insinger and Ross Make History on a Special Day for Loyalsock Basketball

    Insinger and Ross Make History on a Special Day for Loyalsock Basketball0

    Loyalsock’s Ron “CI” Insinger Gymnasium is usually buzzing with activity, but it was unusually full last Saturday as the Lancers took on Athens in the middle of the afternoon. Balloons hung from the railing lining the top of the gym, and a larger than usual student section filled in the bleachers in the far corner.

  • Hoffman Continues to Shine Throughout the Lead-up to His Third State Championship Run0

    Sometimes, when you’re that good, it’s hard to find the next challenge. The goal has to change a bit as the next true moment of adversity might be days, weeks, or even months off. Good competitors find a way to stay sharp and focused in preparation for the next challenge. For Montoursville’s Gavin Hoffman, who


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