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Basketball makes the case in public vs. private debate

April 10, 2012 A discussion that began online moved to the airwaves this week, and the topic was, as radio host Bob Greenburg called it, a constant at this point in the scholastic seaso. more »»

Rain delivers a benefit for fans

April 7, 2012 Sometimes a rainout is good. Such is the case for fan’s tonight at Port Royal Speedway. Two sprint car features will be run with race time slated for 6 p.m. more »»

Weather may again impact races

March 30, 2012 Hello again race fans. Another week of racing is upon us and the weather may again pose a problem. Last Saturday night’s racing was washed out at Port Royal Speedway. more »»

Warm temps bringing fans out to the race track

March 24, 2012 The 2012 racing season is under way here in Central Pennsylvania. Unseasonably warm temperatures are bringing race fans out in droves and tracks are getting off to a good start. more »»

Equity again means punishing male athletes

February 29, 2012 It was one of those “blip under the radar” news stories that rarely gets any play: About two weeks ago, The Associated Press reported, Millersville University announced it was dropping three varsity... more »»

Wrestlers inspiring for their abilities

February 21, 2012 Playing sports with a disability isn’t new, and thanks to advances in science, medicine — and the attitude of the average person toward the disabled — the door has opened for more people to do more... more »»

2011 Season in Review: So how’s that working out

December 31, 2011 One of the fun duties of the sports editor each December is to go back through a year’s worth of newspapers and compile a list of highlights for our annual look back, which was included in Friday’s... more »»

The more things change, the more they stay the same in PIAA

December 22, 2011 It’s not uncommon for questions to be raised as to whether the PIAA is fostering an atmosphere of fair play in scholastic sports while upholding the educational aspect of interscholastic athletics. more »»

Local racing legend gone

October 15, 2011 The local racing world lost a legend on Oct. 5. Larry “Smokey” Snellbaker passed away. Snellbaker was 73. A Celebration of Life service was held this past Thursday evening in York. more »»

Score one for your kid’s team

October 13, 2011 Parents are asked to do so much for scholastic sports teams that I hate to pile on and ask them for more. But Mom, Dad, the team may need you again. more »»

Multiple rule changes affecting field hockey

September 28, 2011 The most visible rules change in high school sports this year is right at eye level — field hockey players are under a mandate to wear eye protection now when they play. more »»

Weld Memorial is tonight at Lincoln

September 24, 2011 Lincoln Speedway takes center stage tonight when the sprint cars will compete in the Kenny Weld/Hilly Rife Memorial race. more »»

Focus shifts to Selinsgrove this weekend

September 17, 2011 Port Royal Speedway has concluded the 2011 racing season. Last Saturday night the 44th annual Tuscarora 50 was won by Stevie Smith. The veteran driver from Broken Arrow, Okla. more »»

Rain wreaks havoc on tracks

September 10, 2011 The Tuscarora 50 is scheduled for tonight, weather permitting. The week has not been good weather wise, and that’s especially true for the racing community. more »»

Penn State, Alabama each face questions for Saturday

September 8, 2011 There is a good chance when Penn State plays host to Alabama on Saturday that four quarterbacks will see significant playing time — Matt McGloin and Rob Bolden for the Nittany Lions, and A.J. more »»

Racing community feels another loss

September 3, 2011 Once again I find myself writing about a friend who left us too soon. more »»

Paterno’s QB indecision can only hurt team

September 1, 2011 The saying goes, “It’s hard to teach an old dog new trick. more »»

URC?visit to Port Royal among three big shows in region tonight

August 27, 2011 Where has summer gone? Area racetracks are coming down the homestretch of their 2011 seasons. That means special racing events and high-paying purse. more »»

Baseball should be about kids

August 19, 2011 As Little League and Babe Ruth baseball begin their season-ending tournaments, and the American Legion program just wrapped its up, here are a few final thoughts for this summer: Little League is... more »»

Juniata’s plan hits a snag

August 13, 2011 The master plan to save sports in Juniata County has hit the first bump in the road. more »»



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