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Keystone inducts Hall of Famers

Keystone College inducted its 13th Athletics Hall of Fame class on Saturday during a ceremony as part of Homecoming Weekend. (read more)

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Lions run over banged-up Sabers

A proficient running attack and a suffocating defensive effort treated Lackawanna Trail’s homecoming crowd to a dominating win Friday night. (read more)

Lady Tiger spikers edge out two close wins

The Tunkhannock Area girls volleyball team picked up 3-2 victories at Hazleton Area on Monday and against Meyers on Wednesday, Oct. 11. (read more)

WVC Coaches meet today

The Wyoming Valley Cross Country Coaches Association will hold its annual Ed Narkiewicz Cross Country Meet/Conference Championships at the Wyoming County Fairgrounds in Meshoppen today, Oct. 18. The meet will feature all teams in the Wyoming Valley Confer (read more)

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Athlete of the Week: Logan Cywinski

On Friday, Oct. 13, Tunkhannock Area senior Logan Cywinski rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-16 loss to Meyers at Wilkes-Barre Memorial Stadium. (read more)

Parrys have Hall of Fame relationship

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They share a common love for sports. And now, something else. (read more)

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Missed opportunities doom Tunkhannock

It wasn’t the prettiest of wins, but Meyers will certainly take it. (read more)

Elk Lake CC boys run to sweep

The Elk Lake boys cross country team improved to 16-4 in the Lackawanna League with three wins in a league meet at Montrose on Tuesday, Oct. 10. (read more)

LT boys pick up a win in league meet

The Lackawanna Trail boys cross country team picked up a win in a Lackawanna League meet at Mountain View on Tuesday, Oct. 10. (read more)

Tunkhannock boys soccer loses two

The Tunkhannock Area boys soccer team dropped two games, losing 3-1 at Abington Heights on Saturday in a nonleague game after falling at Dallas, 3-1, on Wednesday, Oct. 11. (read more)

Warriors end season with two losses

The Elk Lake boys soccer team suffered two losses and ended the regular season with a 0-12 record in the Lackawanna League. The Warriors lost 6-1 to Montrose on Monday and 11-0 at Mountain View on Wednesday, Oct. 11. (read more)

Grey, Rome fall in singles tennis districts

Tunkhannock Area seniors Autumn Grey and Leah Rome came up short in their opening rounds of the District 2 Class 2A singles tournament Thursday morning at Kirby Park. (read more)

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Trail edges Montrose

The Lackawanna Trail girls volleyball team picked up a 3-1 victory over Montrose on Tuesday, Oct. 10, before losing 3-0 to Blue Ridge on Thursday. (read more)

EL girls swept twice

The Elk Lake girls volleyball team dropped to 1-15 in the Lackawanna League after suffering 3-0 losses at Forest City on Thursday and to Susquehanna on Tuesday, Oct. 10. (read more)

Lady Tigers field hockey drops four

The Tunkhannock Area field hockey team suffered four losses to fall to 0-12 in the Wyoming Valley Conference. (read more)

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Trail field hockey suffers two losses

The Lackawanna Trail field hockey team dropped to 3-10 in the Wyoming Valley Conference after losing 6-0 at Lake-Lehman on Monday and 3-2 to Honesdale on Wednesday, Oct. 11. (read more)

Lady Tiger girls soccer falls to Dallas

The Tunkhannock Area girls soccer team dropped to 1-8-1 in the Wyoming Valley Conference after losing 8-3 to Dallas on Saturday. (read more)

Lady Warriors drop two

The Elk Lake girls soccer team dropped to 3-8-1 in Division 4 of the Lackawanna League after losing 10-3 to Lakeland on Thursday and 1-0 to Western Wayne on Tuesday, Oct. 10. (read more)

Six Giants earn weekly CSAC awards

Six Keystone College student-athletes were honored on Monday afternoon as the Colonial States Athletic Conference released its weekly award recipients. (read more)

Hunters ready for pheasants

Even though pheasant production has been trimmed, hunters heading afield this fall might not notice much difference in the number of pheasants they flush. (read more)

Down Sports Memory Lane

20 Years Ago (1997) Lackawanna Trail’s Tim Ronchi threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to help the Lions upend Old Forge, 40-28,in a Suburban Conference game at Tunnel Hill. (read more)

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2-year-old death ruled a homicide

The Montour County coroner, has ruled that a two-year-old involved in a single car Tunkhannock Township accident last Thursday afternoon, later died in the operating room of Geisinger Hospital-Danville as the result of blunt force head injuries with the manner of death listed as homicide. (read more)