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Trail steamrolls into playoffs

Lackawanna Trail did what it does best: Run the football. Behind a ground game that totaled 473 yards and eight touchdowns, the Lions steamrolled Morrisville, 54-20, in the District 1-2 Class 1A subregional final Friday night at Robert Morris Field. Ray M (read more)

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Giants soccer champs again

Keystone College men’s soccer team repeated as Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) champions on Saturday night by way of a 1-0 win over Rosemont College (8-10-2). It was the first time Keystone had hosted a men’s soccer championship game. In front (read more)

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Lions lineman leads the way

Mark Dunckle had just completed a journey filled with celebration, happiness and lasting memories that carried on through the holiday season. Then, tragedy struck. Only weeks after being one of the standout players during Lackawanna Trail’s march last yea (read more)

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Sayre, Flynn tops in Hero 5K

Peter Sayre of Tunkhannock and Carissa Flynn of Hop Bottom took top honors in the Third Annual Blue Star Mothers of NEPA Hero 5K Run/Walk on Saturday. The Blue Star Mothers are a group of moms of active duty or retired military personnel. The race covered (read more)

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Athlete of the Week:Tyler Rozanski

Lackawanna Trail sophomore Tyler Rozanski rushed for 93 yards and two scores on six carries in Friday night’s District I/II Football A Subregional. The win advances the Lions to the first round of the PIAA tournament.In recognition of his achievement, Roz (read more)

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Varsity Voice

Cross Country Marywood University won the 15th women’s cross country title in school history by taking the Atlantic East Conference Championships Nov. 2 at its home Lakeland High School course. The Pacers have won five consecutive conference championships (read more)

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Jones siblings add more hardware

College conferences are wrapping up fall seasons, and releasing end of the year awards. Elk Lake siblings Peyton Jones, Morrisville, and Keri Jones, Lebanon Valley College, have earned Rookie of the Year and Runner of the Year awards, respectively, in cro (read more)

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Keystone matmen starting season

The Keystone College wrestling team began the 2019-20 season at the Penn State Mont Alto Invitational on Saturday, Nov. 2. It was a good debut for new head coach Lance Moore, as the program had five of their seven wrestlers finish with a winning record.Ju (read more)

Giants field hockey falls in CSAC final

The Keystone College field hockey team blanked visiting Centenary University, 9-0, in the CSAC semifinals on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Keystone earned the right to host the CSAC Championship for the second straight year. The Giants scored five goals in the secon (read more)

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Keystone women top pick

Keystone College was the top pick of the coaches in the 2019-2020 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) women’s basketball preseason coaches’ poll released on Nov. 1. The Giants, who reached the CSAC title game last year before losing to Rosemont, fi (read more)

Sports Shorts

WVC cross counrty all-stars Twenty runners were selected to separate boys and girls squads as the Wyoming Valley Cross Country Coaches Association announced its all-star teams. Tunkhannock junior Nathan Myers was the lone selection for the Tigers. KC socc (read more)

Down sports memory lane

20 Years Ago (1999) Lackawanna Trail junior running back Richard Jackson rushed for 206 yards to propel the Lions past Old Forge, 20-6, on Friday night in the District 2 Class A semifinal at Tunnel Hill. Next up for the D2 final will be Bishop O’Hara. Rya (read more)


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