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- Danville 28, Shamokin 7
Ironmen not taking Indians lightly
After holding on by the skin of their teeth for a win against Loyalsock last week, the Danville Ironmen have no reason to take a winless Shamokin team lightly in Friday night’s Heartland Athletic Conference Division I game.
Jersey Shore defense stymies Shamokin
Defense once again reared its mighty head at Kemp Memorial Stadium. And for the second straight week, Shamokin put itself in position to finish the night on a victorious note. Unfortunately for the Indians, visiting Jersey Shore had other notions for their hosts.
- Jersey Shore 33, Shamokin 14
Pottsville helps spoil Yisrael’s debut
Travis Blankenhorn has already been offered a Division I scholarship to play baseball at the University of Kentucky. The Wildcats might want to look at the Pottsville High School senior as a potential standout for the school’s football program.
Mount Carmel blanks Shikellamy in opener
On a muggy opening night when cramps were a way of life, it looked like Shikellamy might have had Mount Carmel right where it wanted in the second half of Friday night’s Heartland Athletic Conference cross-over game.
- Pottsville 41, Shamokin 13
$1.3 million to Shamokin to fix flood-damaged creek wall
SHAMOKIN – The city of Shamokin will get $1.34 million in funding to repair damage to the stone wall along Shamokin Creek sustained during Tropical Storm Lee in 2011, Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., announced today.
Nine local football stars earn all-state nods
LEWISBURG - For the third consecutive season Lewisburg linebacker Brandon Smith headlines the Valley’s contingent on the Pennsylvania Sports Writers All-State Football team.
HAC champions dominate all-star teams
In addition to claiming its first District 4 Class AA title since 1999, Danville also put the most players onto the 2012 Heartland Athletic Conference All-Star team, as selected recently by the league’s head coaches.
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