DANVILLE — While it has taken nearly three months for the professionals to figure out how to get back to baseball, at least one group of Valley players got that chance on Monday night.

When Milton senior Leah Bergey lined up for the 60-meter hurdles final at the Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches Association indoor meet, she didn’t know it would mark the end of her career with the Black Panthers.

During Kaia Bonshock’s senior year at Shamokin High School after she’d decided to play softball at Mount St. Mary’s in Emmitsburg, Maryland, she was looking on Instagram and noticed a future opponent — Mifflinburg junior Vanessa Martin — might be joining her at the Division I school.

Mifflinburg coach Ron Hernandez has a sense of the player he’ll see whenever he taps a freshman to play varsity softball. A long list of Wildcats began stellar careers with the first game of their freshman season.

Devaughn Johns was one of the best men’s soccer players in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference for Geneva College last fall, but he’s hoping to make his impact felt in a different way for the Golden Tornadoes next season.

With the PIAA's new two-year enrollment cycle beginning in the fall, the Heartland Athletic Conference reconfigured its football divisions to represent the new classifications announced in December.

Warrior Run football coach Chris Long guided the Defenders to one of their most successful football seasons in school history in 2019, but he now faces the challenge of replacing the senior class that made it possible.

When Bucknell senior Ellie Mack put her name into the graduate transfer portal shortly after the season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, she was hoping someone would want her to play for them next year.

Shikellamy all-state third baseman Kayleigh Lenner and Warrior Run all-state pitcher Madi Waltman had big expectations for their senior seasons.

After a whirlwind first season as a professional basketball player during which Stephen Brown played for teams in three different countries, the Bucknell graduate was happy to spend his second year in one place. 

Frustrated by a close loss, Bryce Butler entered a Susquehanna assistant coach’s office the following day, and offered his thoughts on a testy situation.

DANVILLE — While it has taken nearly three months for the professionals to figure out how to get back to baseball, at least one group of Valley players got that chance on Monday night.

When Milton senior Leah Bergey lined up for the 60-meter hurdles final at the Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches Association indoor meet, she didn’t know it would mark the end of her career with the Black Panthers.

During Kaia Bonshock’s senior year at Shamokin High School after she’d decided to play softball at Mount St. Mary’s in Emmitsburg, Maryland, she was looking on Instagram and noticed a future opponent — Mifflinburg junior Vanessa Martin — might be joining her at the Division I school.

Mifflinburg coach Ron Hernandez has a sense of the player he’ll see whenever he taps a freshman to play varsity softball. A long list of Wildcats began stellar careers with the first game of their freshman season.

Devaughn Johns was one of the best men’s soccer players in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference for Geneva College last fall, but he’s hoping to make his impact felt in a different way for the Golden Tornadoes next season.

With the PIAA's new two-year enrollment cycle beginning in the fall, the Heartland Athletic Conference reconfigured its football divisions to represent the new classifications announced in December.

Warrior Run football coach Chris Long guided the Defenders to one of their most successful football seasons in school history in 2019, but he now faces the challenge of replacing the senior class that made it possible.

When Bucknell senior Ellie Mack put her name into the graduate transfer portal shortly after the season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, she was hoping someone would want her to play for them next year.

Shikellamy all-state third baseman Kayleigh Lenner and Warrior Run all-state pitcher Madi Waltman had big expectations for their senior seasons.

After a whirlwind first season as a professional basketball player during which Stephen Brown played for teams in three different countries, the Bucknell graduate was happy to spend his second year in one place. 

Frustrated by a close loss, Bryce Butler entered a Susquehanna assistant coach’s office the following day, and offered his thoughts on a testy situation.

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