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Turkey hunting hard, but memorable

May 1, 2014 Turkeys are a popular game species to target throughout many parts of the United States. more »»

Tracking TVL changes ahead

April 29, 2014 When Susquenita High School, currently a member of the Mid-Penn Conference, shifts into the Tri-Valley League next year it will bring about more change in the TVL than the addition of a new team. more »»

All Stars set to contend in Weikert Memorial

April 26, 2014 The UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars invade Port Royal Speedway this evening for the Bob Weikert Memorial race. To date, the PA Posse regulars have not been defeate. more »»

NASCAR’s off, so drivers go small

April 19, 2014 Happy Easter, race fans. NASCAR has the week end off which I’m sure many need. However, some NASCAR racers return to their roots and head to America’s short track. more »»

355 econo late models set for debut tonight at Port Royal Speedway

April 12, 2014 Racing continues in Central Pennsylvania this evening. Last Saturday, Port Royal Speedway opened despite cold temperatures. While one would expect a sparse crowd that was not the cas. more »»

Mat coaches want more kids at states – here’s a way

April 8, 2014 The state’s wrestling coaches have floated a proposal to add four entrants to the state bracket, meaning 20, rather than 16, would be in Hershey on opening day each March. more »»

Despite weather, Central Pa. racing is likely on for weekend

April 5, 2014 It appears racing is going to happen tonight in Central Pennsylvania. Port Royal Speedway will attempt to open with a three-division program of 410 and 305 sprint cars plus late models. more »»

Racing season gets off, slowly

March 29, 2014 Racing season is slowly starting in Central Pennsylvania. Lincoln and Selinsgrove speedways managed to race while Williams Grove conducted a practice session. Lincoln managed another strong progr. more »»

Walker has three hits, RBI for Bucs

March 29, 2014 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Neil Walker had three hits and an RBI to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night. more »»

Former Indian Valley wrestler Loht wins D3 title

March 19, 2014 MECHANICSBURG — Extraordinary results require focus, attention and time. Extraordinary results demand that you set a priority and act on it. Extraordinary results rarely are happenstanc. more »»

Winter weather puts local raceways on hold

March 1, 2014 Hello, race fans. Racing season in Central Pa. is on hold for the time being. Lincoln Speedway canceled today’s second attempt to start the season Thursday afternoon. more »»

PIAA head: Charter sports may be illegal

February 27, 2014 The peace and calm that has marked the brief tenure of Dr. Robert Lombardi as executive director of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association might be coming to an end. more »»

Stiffer competition readies teams for playoffs

February 26, 2014 Matt Shoemaker, who was a basketball guy long before he became Mifflin County’s athletic director, said before the District 6 Class AAAA tournament began that he was concerned about State College an... more »»

PIAA adapts with growing pains of competitive spirit

February 14, 2014 HERSHEY — State championships for most winter sports will take place in March, with the tournaments being compressed into a span of weeks — and all of them coming on the heels of their respective... more »»

Mount Union's Wertz quietly reaches milestone

February 6, 2014 Corey Wertz and Omar Porrata have little in common other than being wrestling coaches. more »»

Random thoughts: Hot and cold, boys and girls

January 29, 2014 The PIAA thinks it has found a way to keep boys off girls sports teams — or at least keep the impact from changing the nature of the postseason for girls. more »»

Franklin hire could show luster of job

January 10, 2014 If, as expected, James Franklin is indeed the next coach... more »»

Coach today, gone tomorrow is the new gridiron normal

January 3, 2014 Long before Bill O’Brien came to Happy Valley — heck, long before Joe Paterno was unceremoniously chased away by a thankless Board of Trustees — there was one thing that many of us who follow sports... more »»

Cash, not competition, drives football playoffs

December 12, 2013 The state football championships are coming up this weekend, 16 weeks after the first game was played. Basketball and wrestling coaches everywhere will tell you that’s two or three weeks too man. more »»

Personal attacks are driving good people from the game

December 6, 2013 Each time a new sports season begins, I notice how few of the referees are new faces — in other words, I see the same people calling the same games year after year. more »»

 
 
 

 

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