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Tunkhannock takes down Warriors

In a battle of cross-county rivals over a two-day period, Tunkhannock Area basketball got the better of Elk Lake. (read more)

Former TA coach makes state final

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When he left Tunkhannock after the 1998 season, Don Holl was hoping to find the next big thing in the football coaching ranks. Turns out the big thing was a lot closer to home than he expected. (read more)

TA wrestlers take second at Pottsville

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The Tunkhannock Area wrestling team put together a solid performance in its first team tournament of the season, finishing 4-1 overall and in second in the Case-Flynn Duals Saturday at Pottsville. (read more)

Trail, Elk Lake compete at Ram Duals

The Lackawanna Trail and Elk Lake wrestling teams got in their first action on the mat Saturday at the Gary Woodruff Memorial Duals at Wyalusing High School. (read more)

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Athlete of the Week: Tommy Traver

On Saturday, Dec. 9, Tunkhannock Area junior Tommy Traver went a perfect 5-0 to help lead the Tigers to a second place finish at the Case-Flynn Duals in Pottsville. (read more)

Maloney contributing to Monarchs

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Tunkhannock Area grad and King’s College sophomore Tony Maloney scored a career-high 14 points on Tuesday, Dec. 5, then followed with a new best of 16 on Friday night for the Monarchs. (read more)

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Tunkhannock seeking playoff run

The Tunkhannock Area boys basketball team finished 6-11 in Division 2 of the Wyoming Valley Conference last season and enter the 2017-2018 poised to improve on that mark. (read more)

Lackawanna Trail looking for more buckets

The Lackawanna Trail boys basketball team finished 3-9 in Division IV of the Lackawanna League and 5-18 overall last year, having the season end in the District 2 Class 2A quarterfinals. (read more)

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Elk Lake boys basketball seeks another division run

The Elk Lake boys basketball team battled its way through Division IV of the Lackawanna League to repeat as league champions, a goal that the Warriors and head coach Richard Emmons hope to repeat in 2017. “Our main goal is to win the division title,” Emmo (read more)

Tunkhannock girls bring back experience

The Tunkhannock Area girls basketball team ended up with a 3-13 record in Division 2 of the Wyoming Valley Conference last year, losing several of those games by slim margins. (read more)

Lady Lions feature returnees

The Lackawanna Trail girls basketball team finished 1-11 in Division IV of the Lackawanna League last year, but feature several returning players this season hopeful to turn that around. (read more)

Lady Warriors vying for arena return

The Elk Lake girls basketball team met its expectations from first-year coach Kevin Tewksbury and reached the District 2 Class 2A title game before falling short. (read more)

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Tigers, Warriors take to pool

The Tunkhannock Area and Elk Lake swimming teams squared off in an exhibition match on Tuesday, Dec. 5. (read more)

Lady Tigers lose in OT to Prep

The Tunkhannock Area girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season on Monday night, falling to Scranton Prep in overtime, 48-47. (read more)

Trail falls short to Susquehanna

The Lackawanna Trail girls basketball team dropped its season and home opener to Susquehanna on Monday night, 56-42. (read more)

Elk Lake drop “Red” Wallace game

The Elk Lake boys basketball team dropped its season and home opener to Carbondale, 70-49, in the annual Mike “Red” Wallace game on Friday. (read more)

Lions come up short in tourney

The Lackawanna Trail boys basketball team lost 62-47 to Monticello, N.Y. in the consolation game of the Lake Region Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday at Wallenpaupack. (read more)

KC wrestling sweeps Alumni and Friends Duals

Keystone College’s wrestling won all three matches in its home debut on Saturday, to sweep the competition at the Giants’ Alumni and Friends Duals competition. (read more)

Spencer sets pool record at Zippy Invite

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Tunkhannock Area grad and Clarion University senior Ben Spencer set a pool record at the Zippy Invitational in Akron, Ohio to open the month of December. (read more)

Down Sports Memory Lane

20 Years Ago (1997) Brenda Brewer, a standout at TAHS as well as Bloomsburg University where she played on the 1987 national championship team, has been chosen to pilot the field hockey program at the University of Scranton. (read more)


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