LEWISBURG — Despite playing its first game in nearly four weeks and missing four players due to COVID protocols, Bucknell gave itself a chance to win almost to the very end Saturday in Patriot League men’s basketball.

NORTHUMBERLAND — On a night when Warrior Run senior Jordan Hartman put on an astonishing shooting display, Northumberland Christian twins Anna and Emma Ulmer were pretty sharp in their own right.

COAL TOWNSHIP — Hanging on for dear life late in the second period of a scoreless bout, Line Mountain’s Blake Carl found the strength and determination to fight out of an almost certain reversal.

LEWISBURG — A day after needing a fourth-quarter rally to defeat Lehigh, Bucknell used a dominant start to the third quarter Sunday to take control for an 80-66 win over the Mountain Hawks.

DANVILLE — Selinsgrove won the first three bouts, all in the first period, to jump out to a 17-point lead Thursday on its way to a 58-18 win over Danville in Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I wrestling.

When Selinsgrove wrestling coach Seth Martin heard that Gov. Tom Wolf was shutting down high school sports for three weeks starting Dec. 12, he changed his practice plan for Dec. 11.

HERSHEY — Evelyn Cook maintained faith that she and her Southern Columbia teammates could do something special this year, even though their girls soccer season had more than a few bumps along the way.

OLEY — If Lewisburg’s seniors wanted to forge a place among the Green Dragons’ greatest teams from the recent past, they knew their road couldn’t end in the state semifinals again.

NORTHUMBERLAND — Several times during Saturday’s District 4 Class 3A girls soccer final, Selinsgrove senior Annalise Bond ran forward from her center back position to take a throw-in deep in the Seals’ offensive end.

LEWISBURG — Despite playing its first game in nearly four weeks and missing four players due to COVID protocols, Bucknell gave itself a chance to win almost to the very end Saturday in Patriot League men’s basketball.

NORTHUMBERLAND — On a night when Warrior Run senior Jordan Hartman put on an astonishing shooting display, Northumberland Christian twins Anna and Emma Ulmer were pretty sharp in their own right.

COAL TOWNSHIP — Hanging on for dear life late in the second period of a scoreless bout, Line Mountain’s Blake Carl found the strength and determination to fight out of an almost certain reversal.

LEWISBURG — A day after needing a fourth-quarter rally to defeat Lehigh, Bucknell used a dominant start to the third quarter Sunday to take control for an 80-66 win over the Mountain Hawks.

DANVILLE — Selinsgrove won the first three bouts, all in the first period, to jump out to a 17-point lead Thursday on its way to a 58-18 win over Danville in Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I wrestling.

When Selinsgrove wrestling coach Seth Martin heard that Gov. Tom Wolf was shutting down high school sports for three weeks starting Dec. 12, he changed his practice plan for Dec. 11.

HERSHEY — Evelyn Cook maintained faith that she and her Southern Columbia teammates could do something special this year, even though their girls soccer season had more than a few bumps along the way.

OLEY — If Lewisburg’s seniors wanted to forge a place among the Green Dragons’ greatest teams from the recent past, they knew their road couldn’t end in the state semifinals again.

NORTHUMBERLAND — Several times during Saturday’s District 4 Class 3A girls soccer final, Selinsgrove senior Annalise Bond ran forward from her center back position to take a throw-in deep in the Seals’ offensive end.

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