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High School Girls Soccer: Lewisburg, Danville battle to 1-1 draw
Most coaches coming off the athletic field following a tie would either look at their respective team's glass as being half full or half empty, knowing that all the hard work and effort did not produce the ultimate end result: victory.
Broncos’ Manning opens 2013 season with record-tying 7 TDs against reigning champion Ravens
DENVER (AP) — Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos waited eight long months, then another 33 minutes, to get the season started.
College football: O'Brien to name Lions starting QB soon
Both Hackenberg and Ferguson to get time early on
Golf: Bird's eye view of U.S. Open
Matt Bird hopes to watch how the top golfers in the world maneuver through a golf course. "I hope to see how they warm up and prepare for such a big event," he said, referring to the U.S. Open to be held Thursday through Sunday at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, near Philadelphia.
H.S. baseball: Danville's offense helps Ironmen get past Shikellamy
By Eric Shultz For The Daily Item DANVILLE -- Normally, allowing seven runs would be enough for Danville starting pitcher Mason Fausnaught to earn a loss.
Lewisburg, Danville lead qualifiers for state championships
By The Daily Item Lewisburg will send four swimmers to the PIAA boys and girls state swimming and diving championships, three of which are returning to the state meet. The PIAA girls' and boys' swimming and diving championships start on Wednesday, March 13, at the campus of Bucknell University.
District 4 Class AA girls soccer: Danville buries Athens with offense
Ironmen easily overcome one-goal deficit
District 4 Class AA boys soccer: Lewisburg beats Ironmen when it counts
Janesch's goal stands up as winner
Fisher ready for challenge at Penn State
Charlie Fisher has an important job within the Penn State offense, and the results are probably the most visible.
High school softball: Solo home run enough for Danville
ALMEDIA — Alyssa Shaw singled in the first inning, but she didn’t have another hit until the eighth when her solo home run ultimately gave Danville a 1-0 Heartland Athletic Conference crossover victory over Central Columbia on Thursday.
Shaw, as well as Rachael Herman, both finished the game 2-for-4 for Danville (3-2).
Herman also had a double for the Ironmen.
Taryn Beaver tossed an eight-hit shutout for Danville.
Central falls to 1-4.
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