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Strumski, Helman into Hall of Fame

Christine Button Strumski who established the first girls’ little league softball program in Wyoming County and beloved track and field coach, the late Jane Helman, head a class of 15 which will be enshrined into the Luzerne County Sports Hall of Fame at (read more)

Horse racing returns to Wyoming Co.

Silver Springs Ranch will be hosting the Pennsylvania Horsemen’s two-day fair race July 18-19. You are invited to join them for Pennsylvania’s new “shining star” on the horse training scene. This incredible state-of-the-art facility is changing the game r (read more)

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RTL out of sectionals

Roosevelt Trail Little League snagged a late lead to defeat Southern Tioga 10-4 on Tuesday, July 9 securing the championship title for District 15 majors baseball. The win propelled the RTL team to the next level, sectionals, at Selinsgrove Little League (read more)

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Trail Lions looking to Dream Game

As they gathered for a team photo on June 8 at Media Day for the Dream Game, four former Lackawanna Trail teammates made sure they locked up together as one unit, just as they played during the 2018 season. Nate Rolka, Jacob Brimm, Cody Moyle and Jordan E (read more)

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Wrestling workshop hosting national champ

The Tigers wrestling booster club is offering a college prep wrestling camp this summer, open to all area wrestlers in seventh grade through senior year who have their USA wrestling card. The camp runs Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. in the Tunkhanno (read more)

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International soccer comes to Tunkhannock

Camp director and coach Dominic Proffit stood off to the side Monday morning on the old Shoe Factory Fields on West Street in Tunkhannock, watching a group of “Tiny Tikes” slay a dragon before returning to their castle. The dragon, also known as Coach Joe (read more)

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Keystone soccer camp draws crowds

When Hayden Richner, a Mountain View alum from Nicholson first stepped onto the soccer fields as a thirteen year old camper in 2011, no one could have predicted how many years later that same athlete would still be on that same field. Fast forward to 2019 (read more)

Down sports memory lane

20 Years Ago (1999) Field hockey coach Elizabeth Stackhouse has quit coaching after being denied a teaching job at Tunkhannock Area. Members of the Christy Mathewson Major (11-12) LL all-stars this year were Adam Smith, Brian Murphy, Davud Zackus, Troy Ki (read more)

LC to add women’s wrestling program

Lackawanna College is on the verge of making area sports history.The school’s athletic department announced Wednesday, July 10, it will add a women’s wrestling program in the fall, making it the first in the region to offer the sport exclusively to female (read more)

Locals finish in Montrose 4th of July races

Here are the local finishers from the Montrose fourth of July race held earlier this month: Top Finishers: 5K 1- Liam Mead, 18, Montrose, 16:56; 2- Peyton Jones, 18, Friendsville, 17:25; 3- Zachary Mead, 20, Montrose, 17:29; 4- Owen Brewer, 20, Montrose, (read more)

Kayak-ing it up: Tips for fishing and kayaking

Kayaking as a mode of water transportation dates back to the earliest origins of Native American living, but it has grown immensely popular as of late — likely a result of mass-scale production, affordable options and widespread availability. More and mor (read more)

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