Gavin named Pitt wrestling coach

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Keith Gavin is coming back “home.” The former Lackawanna Trail standout wrestler, who was an assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma for the 2016-17 season, was named the new head wrestling coach at the University of Pittsburgh, his alma mater, Friday morning. (read more)

EL grads conquer Boston Marathon

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The 121st Boston Marathon was held Monday, with several local runners crossing the finish line as part of more than 30,000 participants in the field. (read more)

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TA LAX picks up first wins in school history

The Tunkhannock Area girls lacrosse team entered the 2017 season having never won a game in the Wyoming Valley Conference. Now, the Lady Tigers have three. (read more)

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Opening of trout a family tradition

While Northeast Pennsylvania was hunkered down during the Blizzard of 2017 a month ago, Kevin Krimmel was waiting for Saturday. (read more)

Athlete of the Week: Matt Kinback

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On Thursday, April 13, Lackawanna Trail senior Matt Kinback won two individual events and was a leg on a winning relay team to help lead the Lions to a 101-37 victory at Blue Ridge in their season opener. (read more)

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Lady Lions softball wins first two games

The Lackawanna Trail softball team opened the season off on the right foot, winning its first two games in Division IV of the Lackawanna League. (read more)

Lady Tigers win over Towanda

The Tunkhannock Area softball team cruised to an 11-0 victory at Towanda in a non-league game on Friday. (read more)

Lady Warriors cruise past Susquehanna

The Elk Lake softball team responded to its first loss of the season on Thursday, a 9-3 defeat to Montrose, with a 12-1 victory at Susquehanna on Monday to improve to 2-1 in Division IV of the Lackawanna League. (read more)

Tunkhannock remains unbeaten

The Tunkhannock Area baseball team remained undefeated and improved to 3-0 with a 4-1 victory at Wyoming Area on Wednesday, April 12. (read more)

Lions get first win

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The Lackawanna Trail baseball team picked up its first win of the season with a 6-3 victory at Susquehanna on Tuesday, April 11, but lost 13-9 to Mountain View on Thursday to fall to 1-2 overall in Division IV of the Lackawanna League. (read more)

Elk Lake picks up two division wins

The Elk Lake baseball team won its first two games of the season to improve to 2-1 in Division IV in the Lackawanna League. (read more)

Tunkhannock track and field loses two

The Tunkhannock Area track and field team opened up its season with two losses as a team, but put together some solid individual performances. (read more)

Trail track and field sweeps Blue Ridge

The Lackawanna Trail track and field team won its season and home opener over Blue Ridge on Thursday. The Lions won 101-37 and the girls team edged out with victory, 72-65. (read more)

Lady Warriors improve to 2-0

The Elk Lake girls track and field team improved to 2-0 in Division IV of the Lackawanna League with a 96-52 victory at Montrose on Wednesday, April 12. (read more)

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Tunkhannock tennis loses two matches

The Tunkhannock Area boys tennis team dropped to 3-3 overall in the Wyoming Valley Conference after losing 4-1 to Holy Redeemer on Monday and 3-2 to Dallas on Thursday. (read more)

Tigers edged by NP

The Tunkhannock Area boys lacrosse team fell to 0-2 in the Wyoming Valley Conference to start the season after losing Friday at North Pocono, 6-5. (read more)

EL nets first win

The Elk Lake boys volleyball team picked up its first win of the season Thursday with a 3-2 victory over Susquehanna after losing 3-0 at Abington Heights on Tuesday, April 11. (read more)

Keystone softball sweeps Clarks Summit

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Keystone College softball outscored visiting Clarks Summit University 15-3 on Thursday afternoon to earn a sweep of the Colonial States Athletic Conference softball doubleheader between the two local rivals at Edmunds Field. (read more)

PFBC designing courses to encourage women to fish

The first time that Amidea Daniel invited women to join her for an introduction to fly fishing, the class filled up in hours. When women signed up just as fast for her second class a month later, Daniel realized she was onto something. (read more)

Down Sports Memory Lane

20 Years Ago (1997) Tunkhannock Area boys track coach Norm Sisle took his 300th win Tuesday as the Tigers beat Wyoming Area, 99-45, and Lake-Lehman, 86-64. (read more)


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