College football: Penn State recognizes seniors in final home game on Saturday
STATE COLLEGE -- Emotions will be riding high in Beaver Stadium on Saturday. Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien knows that now. Last year, however, was a different story.
State lawmaker proposes bounty on coyotes
STROUDSBURG — A northeastern Pennsylvania lawmaker is proposing a $25 bounty on coyotes to deal with what he calls a region that has become “infested” with the animals.
Seals' athlete gets Division I scholarship in rowing
SELINSGROVE -- Four years after being introduced to the sport of rowing, Selinsgrove high school senior Madeleine Troppe has earned a scholarship to row at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.
Grabski ready to rewrite Hokie records
MIFFLINBURG -- The only question left for Mifflinburg High School senior Adriana Grabski to answer is can she lower her current state swimming records come next April.
H.S. wrestling: MIfflinburg's Mironenko choose to wrestle at North Dakota State
MIFFLINBURG -- One-time PIAA Class AA champion wrestler Nazar Mironenko is going to go a travel a long way for a chance to wrestle in an area which will remind him of home.
Former Seal ends career at Stanford
Sources say the Phillies will re-sign Carlos Ruiz
PHILADELPHIA — Two people familiar with the negotiations tell the Associated Press that Carlos Ruiz and the Phillies have agreed to a $26 million, three-year contract that will keep the former All-Star catcher in Philadelphia.
College basketball: Senior class to power Susquehanna
Coming off a year in which the team finished below .500 and failed to make the Landmark Conference playoffs, the Susquehanna men's basketball squad will turn to a mixture of veterans and newcomers to get back on the right track.
Todd Hummel's college football column: 'Absolute joy' for Bloomsburg's seniors
Mount Carmel graduate Chris Steck and Selinsgrove graduate Matt Wenrich are part of one of the winningest classes in Bloomsburg University football history. But most of their seasons ended in disappointment.
H.S. football notebook: Selinsgrove played title-worthy defense
Although Selinsgrove didn't come away with a win Friday, the Seals played tough defense against Jersey Shore in the District 4 Class AAA final.
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District 4 Class AAA Championship
District 4 Class AA Semifinal
District 3 Class A Semifinal
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Women's basketball: Romine, Dotson lead Bison in home opener
Bucknell forges 31-point halftime lead in rout.
H.S. girls soccer: No shortage of support for Southern Columbia
The bus ride to Hamburg from Catawissa on Tuesday evening wasn't like most.
H.S. soccer: Southern girls seek gold in Hershey
The excitement following Tuesday's win was something the team probably couldn't put into words. Even coach Derek Stine had some trouble expressing his excitement and joy after the 1-0 win.
Harold Raker's high school football column: Selinsgrove never gave up
I don't know about you, but I have always liked a TV series which kept you guessing until the final episode. The more plot twists, the better. High school football seasons can be that way, too. For example, take the Selinsgrove Seals.
College soccer: Selinsgrove trio helping Susquehanna men succeed
Susquehanna's postseason fate was hanging in the balance when the right foot of a freshman struck the ball, sending it careening into the back of the net. The quick motion from David Aurand gave the Crusaders a one-goal lead which Susquehanna preserved to earn a return trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament after winning its second-straight Landmark Conference title. Aurand is the newest member of a group of three former Selinsgrove Seals, along with senior goalkeeper Matt Salsman and sophomore forward Gannon Keller, that have played integral roles for the Crusaders.
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