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Girls in Series final four

PORTLAND, ORE. - Erin Van Ness stood on third base just waiting for a chance to score. She knew she could count on her friend Ella McNeff to bring her home. The Tunkhannock all-stars found themselves trapped in a scoreless game heading into an extra innin (read more)

Tiger tennis looking for fresh start

Justin Muthler, Tunkhannock Area girl’s tennis head coach, in his second year, is looking forward to this season. Though the team lost 12- yes 12- seniors to graduation, the Lady Tigers are not rolling over. “We have two seniors this season- Jordanna Bach (read more)

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Solid Start

Tunkhannock went from a no-hitter to nervous time all within a few swings of the bat in the sixth inning Wednesday morning. But the local all-star team held on for a 2-0 win over Canada in the opening game of the Little League Softball World Series. Pitch (read more)

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Tunkhannock routs Prague

Tunkhannock made quick work of the Prague team from Czech Republic, storming to a 17-0 mercy-rule win in three innings Thursday night at the Little League Softball World Series. Ella McNeff set the tone with a lead-off single to center field, then worked (read more)

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In game 3, Tigers drop pitchers’ duel

The Tunkhannock all-stars had their chances, but couldn’t push anyone across home plate Friday during a 1-0 pool-play loss to Daniel Boone out of Tennessee in the Little League Softball World Series. Daniel Boone came up with the day’s only run in the thi (read more)

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Despite loss, fans keep chins up

For the first time since the fourth of July, the Tunkhannock girls Little League softball team was on the other side of the win-loss column. The team from Gray, Tennessee, representing the Southeast region in the Little League Softball World Series bested (read more)

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Tunk clobbers Washington

The Tunkhannock all-stars had one goal when they took the field to wrap up their round-robin schedule Saturday morning at Alpenrose Dairy. “We knew this was a big one. This was our comeback game. We wanted to be the No. 1 seed,” Tigers pitcher Kaya Hannon (read more)

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Wrestling clinics score big

The Tunkhannock Tigers summer wrestling clinic began July 9th and ran on Mondays and Wednesdays through August 8th. Each week, the team brought in clinicians to help teach new techniques. The first clinician was Wilkes University Head Coach, Jon Laudensla (read more)

Junior Lions sweep Wildcats

The Lackawanna Trail Junior Lions football teams opened their season on August 12 at Lion’s Pride Stadium against Western Wayne, sweeping the Wildcats in each division. D Team Action Trail 20, Western Wayne 7 Daniel Jones started the scoring for the Lions (read more)

Down sports memory lane

20 Years Ago (1998) Crews placed the new sod on Tunkhannock Area High School football field last week. A new all-weather track will also be installed around the field. Over at Lackawanna Trail, there’s a new paint job on the gym floor at the high school. (read more)

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Behavior modification can help solve many cat problems

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You have a cat that is not only a pet, but also a friend. Said cat provides companionship and warmth and perhaps even a bit of support when needed. However, your cat also has one or more idiosyncrasies which can make him - or her - a challenge to live wit (read more)