WILLIAMSPORT — Carter Casimir began preparing for the semifinals at least an hour before day two of the District 4 Tennis Singles Championships started at the West Branch Tennis Club on Monday,
SELINSGROVE — With a Heartland-I crown within reach for a Shikellamy track and field program that’s never celebrated a regular-season championship on the boys’ side, the Braves’ coaching staff couldn’t spend enough time stressing the need for a quick start.
WILLIAMSPORT — Kyle Wagner took a breath after pulling out a tough first set Tuesday and looked around to see how his Milton teammates were doing.
As she prepared for her first high school tennis practice in the spring of 2015, it would have been very difficult for Colette Southerton to imagine a path that led to her being recognized for her prowess as a girls tennis player.
WILLIAMSPORT — Very often the District 4 doubles tennis tournament brings together teammates who have played together very rarely over the course of the season.
WILLIAMSPORT — One of the hardest moments any competitor can face is recording the last out, making a game-winning free throw, or recording the final point to close out a match or game.
BLOOMSBURG — Milton saw its girls tennis team season come to an end Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the District 4 Class 2A playoffs.
MILTON — All Selinsgrove’s Daisy Ettinger thought about as she fell behind at the opening of Wednesday's second set was her team needed a win if it hoped to qualify for the postseason.
SELINSGROVE — Selinsgrove won No. 1 and No. 2 singles and swept both doubles matches to win the Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I tennis match over Shikellamy, 4-1, on Wednesday.
SELINSGROVE — Daisy Ettinger, Paige Smith and Ashlynn Peachey claimed straight-set victories as Selinsgrove blanked Danville 5-0 in a Heartland-I girls tennis match Monday afternoon at Selinsgrove High School.
WILLIAMSPORT — Heather Beveridge and Megan Moyer battled to a 6-4, 6-4 loss at first doubles Thursday in Shikellamy’s 5-0 team loss to Williamsport.
MILTON — Dominant in all three singles matches Wednesday afternoon, Loyalsock bounced into Milton High School and bounced out with a decisive 5-0 victory over the host Black Panthers in a Heartland- II girls tennis match.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — Rachel Boop avenged an earlier loss this season at No. 2 singles to help Milton down South Williamsport 4-1 in Heartland Athletic Conference-Division II action on Monday.
MILTON — The Milton Black Panthers continued their hot start to the season with a 4-1 Heartland Athletic Conference crossover win versus Lewisburg on Thursday.
After a surprise-filled 2016 campaign, girls tennis players from throughout the Valley are set to go at it again as the 2017 Heartland Athletic Conference season gets underway this afternoon.