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Trail’s James grabs gold at districts

Elk Lake and Lackawanna Trail sent substantial teams to last Thursday’s PIAA District 2 AA Track Meet in Scranton, with Trail’s Tory James the only one to come away with a gold medal, breaking away from the pack in the 800 meters to finish at least four a (read more)

Quest for Cup on Monday

This year, the Tunkhannock Little League will be hosting the inaugural Tunkhannock Quest for the Cup tournament at Keefer and Robinson fields on Sunnyside Road. The original fields on Sunnyside Road were dedicated 60 years ago May 30, and this year’s tour (read more)

Baseball, softball roundup

SOFTBALL Tunkhannock The Lady Tigers (10-3) are looking to get back to the State Championship game, and will face the winner of a Honesdale/Crestwood game on Thursday at home. Trail and Elk Lake On Wednesday, May 23, the Lady Lions will host Elk Lake with (read more)

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Softball finishes strong

The Lady Tigers softball team was able to squeeze in a home, non-league, makeup game before they begin post season play. On Friday, they beat the Black Knights from Towanda, 7-2. Hope Jones and Kendra Schultz continued to share duties in the circle, with (read more)

Cougars head to World Series

This historic season of Misericordia baseball is about to take the Cougars where they’ve never gone before. Two weeks after winning its eighth straight MAC Freedom championship and three days after beating the No. 2 team in the nation, Misericordia emerge (read more)

Giants’ NCAA regional run over

Ramapo College brought an end to the season for the Keystone College baseball team with a 7-4 victory Saturday night in an elimination game at the NCAA Division III New England Regionals in Massachusetts. Falling behind the Roadrunners, 5-0, after three i (read more)

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Area rivals conclude regular season

The Lackawanna Trail softball team and Elk Lake softball and baseball teams needed a transportation director for Thursday night’s games. In Division IV softball and V baseball, the Lions and Warriors each played two games at different locations. Trail sof (read more)

Tigers fall to Berwick

At Abington Heights, Berwick had a District 2 Class 2A quarterfinals sweep of No. 6 Tunkhannock in volleyball. The win puts Berwick into a semifinal against No. 2 Abington Heights. Though the Tigers were close in all three sets, their serves were not effe (read more)

Lady laxers season over

Quin Hammersley scored six goals for Tunkhannock, but the season concluded for the Lady Tigers in the first round of Class 2A girls lacrosse single elimination playoffs. At Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, Coughlin edged Tunkhannock, 13-11. Cou (read more)

Warriors clip Tunkhannock

The Tigers lost in the District II championship boys’ AA lacrosse quarterfinals at Wyoming Area 14-1 on Thursday. Sergey Montross had 15 saves against the Warriors. The Tigers goal was scored by Adam Martin and assisted by Izaiah Simon. Head coach Dan Dav (read more)

Elk Lake looks to future

The Warriors’ volleyball season came to an end on Wednesday, May 16 with a 3-0 loss to Western Wayne at home. The Warriors didn’t go down without a fight, forcing the final match to extra points before succumbing to a 29-27 loss. The set scores were 25-14 (read more)

Giants to begin ECFC play in 2020

The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference has announced Keystone College as the league’s newest member beginning in the 2020 fall season. “The ECFC is thrilled to welcome the Giants to the fold in 2020,” stated ECFC Commissioner, Katie Boldvich. “We were (read more)

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Youth football camp success

The Tunkhannock Junior. Tigers Football Association hosted a Football Skills and Safety themed camp on Monday, May 14, at Lazybrook Park. The camp was free to participants and had just shy of 70 youth players in attendance from the Tunkhannock, Elk Lake, (read more)

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Athlete of the Week:Dalton Yeust

On May 14 at the PIAA District AAA Championships, Tunkhannock sophomore Dalton Yeust matched his personal best of 13 feet.His finish earned him a trip to compete at States at Shippensburg University May 25-26.In recognition of his achievements, Yeust has (read more)

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Aldi’s, two others get green light

The Wyoming County Planning Commission gave the green light Wednesday night to three substantial land developments: an Aldi’s Food Market in Eaton Township, a Dollar General store in Lemon Township, and a D&C Fuel Station and Convenience Store in Tunkhann (read more)