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Harold Raker's column on high school football: Valley teams fall short
For Valley athletes, as well as the local media who cover them, it is time to move indoors. The final two teams still standing after week 12 -- Danville in Class AA and Southern Columbia in A -- saw their seasons end in the cold and drizzle Friday night.
Ready to repeat: Ironmen face Troy for District 4 title tonight
DANVILLE — One week ago, Jim Keiser had a simple but direct message to his players at halftime, trailing 21-7 to Loyalsock in the District 4 Class AA semifinal game.
H.S. boys soccer: Danville tops Tunkhannock in double overtime to advance to PIAA state quarterfinals
Eric Dempsey has scored in every postseason game for Danville, but no goal was bigger than Tuesday night's game-winner in the opening round of the PIAA Class AA Tournament.
Harold Raker's high school football column: Everyone knows his name
The name had us scratching our heads, as well as demonstrating how little we were tuned in to the workings of the Danville school board.
Boys cross country: Danville's Vella earns trip to PIAAs
BLOOMSBURG -- Danville senior Tyler Vella found himself in an all too familiar position in Thursday's District 4 Championship Meet at Bloomsburg University.
Girls cross country: Shikellamy's Cedeno shines at districts
BLOOMSBURG -- From the start of their respective high school careers, Danville's Mackenzie Jones and Shikellamy's Treicy Cedeno have been nipping at each other's heels time and again.
Hall of Fame wrestling coach Kanaskie steps down
DANVILLE — School board members regretfully accepted the resignation of Ron Kanaskie as head wrestling coach, ending his historic career with the sport.
High school roundup: Danville's Gage scores twice in win over Midd-West
Danville 3, Midd-West 1
DANVILLE — Gage Reber scored twice off Shayne Riley assists to rally the Ironmen to a 3-1 Heartland Athletic Conference-I win over Midd-West
The Mustangs (8-5, 6-3 HAC-I) took an early lead after Tyler Arbogast scored unassisted in the 11th minute.
Danville, Dressler run over Central Columbia
Countless times on Friday night, Central Columbia fans could be heard screaming “tackle him!”
H.S. cross country: Danville sets records, sweeps meet
Tyler Vella led a contingent of six Ironmen who finished in the first seven spots in the boys' race, while sophomore Mackenzie Jones fronted a sweep of the first four girls' places.
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