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Motorsports: Fetter still enjoys the races
From his seat in the lawn-chair section in the first turn at Selinsgrove Speedway, Bob Fetter is still thinking about sprint car setups.
Scott Dudinskie's high school baseball column: Hits keep coming for Adames
Former Milton star makes smooth transition to junior college ranks
Brian Holtzapple's Keglers' Korner: Youth programs feed high school success
Selinsgrove’s Best Bowl and Sunbury’s Strike Zone lanes both have large youth programs that have re-energized scholastic bowling in the Valley.
Todd Hummel's column on college sports: All the marbles
Lafayette, Bucknell's opponent, is Patriot League's hottest team
Todd Hummel's column on college sports: No guarantees as Patriot League Tournament begins
Bucknell not a lock to go dancing for the second time in three years.
No Child Left Indoors: St. John puts eco-tourism on the map
The combination of a back-country feel, with many recreational opportunities, along with ranger-led outings — all happening in nearly perfect weather with breathtaking views, beautiful beaches and fine local restaurants — make the island a perfect family getaway destination.
Keglers' Korner: You never forget your first time
Midd-West senior Derrick Martin bowls his first 300 in HAC competition.
Bill Bowman on college sports: Plenty of ball left to play
A month of the college basketball season really isn’t enough to judge a team, particularly when you are playing nonconference games across the board.
Bill Bowman on college sports: Susquehanna still fighting
Back in the preseason, Steve Briggs said the first month of the season was going to be crucial for his Susquehanna University football team.
Scott Dudinskie's field hockey column: Mifflinburg rallies around new coach
Wildcats quickly returns to winning ways
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