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Social media was set ablaze with the information that Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Hope Jones, a former Tunkhannock Area standout pitc… Read more

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The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact every walk of life and has forced organizers to cancel this year’s Dr. George P. Moses Senior All… Read more

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The Bryce Brown Memorial Fund hosted a wiffle ball tournament in an effort to remind everyone, “In a world where you can be anything, be kind”… Read more

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The 66th season opener of Penn Can Speedway, on April 11th, will have several special guests to help us celebrate. The National Anthem will be… Read more

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Friday afternoon on the road in Mountain Top, the Crestwood Comets came away with a 15-2 victory over Tunkhannock in WVC boys lacrosse. Read more

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At Shickshinny, Cade Orlandini knocked in the winning run in the top of the eighth inning as Elk Lake opened its season with a non-league win … Read more

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Due to construction projects on campus, the Keystone College Athletic Department is asking Keystone parents and opposing teams to adhere to th… Read more

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Last year, the opening day of trout season caught everyone by surprise — and it was intentional. Read more

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With 10 out of the 12 starting positions returning, coach Darrin Chesner is looking forward to getting the Lady Tiger’s lacrosse team back on … Read more

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“Fundamentals are always the keystone to success,” explained Tunkhannock Area boys lacrosse coach Eric Janiszewski. “The best game plan in the… Read more

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Lackawanna Trail sophomore wrestler Jonah Houser (215) propelled the Lions by securing the win against Bishop Ryan, sending the team to the st… Read more

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Tunkhannock Area junior Matthew Prebola competed in the NSAF Meet of champions in Myrtle Beach, S.C., this past weekend. Read more

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Lackawanna Trail sophomore wrestler Jonah Houser (215) propelled the Lions by securing the win against Bishop Ryan, sending the team to the st… Read more

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Tunkhannock Area junior Matthew Prebola competed in the NSAF Meet of champions in Myrtle Beach, S.C., this past weekend. Read more

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Elk Lake track and field coach Will Squier, like every other sport last spring, was forced into an imposed shutdown due to the governor’s COVI… Read more

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Williamsport used five runs in the last inning to secure a season-opening win over the hosting Tigers on Saturday afternoon. Read more

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With the state basketball championships set to begin today, Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association executive director Dr. Robert Lo… Read more

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“There are certain expectations when you put on the uniform with the name Elk Lake on it,” explained Warrior junior Jake Gustin. “And the bigg… Read more

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The Tigers dropped the season opener on the tennis court Thursday in Dallas, 5-0. The Mountaineers swept the singles matches and the lone cont… Read more

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Behind the experience of pivotal seniors and returning starters, Tunkhannock Area volleyball coach Jeff Howell is optimistic about this season. Read more

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After years as the head coach of the Elk Lake girls volleyball team, Whitney Search was looking forward to adding the same position for the bo… Read more

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Two Tigers and a Warrior headed to the PIAA state swimming championship competition last weekend at Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg. Read more

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Like most other teams during the spring season shutdown last season, the Elk Lake baseball team lost a few things. Read more

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“Baseball isn’t like other sports. If you run well, you can be a good football player. If you have a brain, and can think ahead, you can be a … Read more

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Baseball coach Todd Peters is happy to see his Lions on the field enjoying the sport again. Read more

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Tunkhannock Area senior Ryan Harder signed his NCAA Letter of Intent to play basketball at Lebanon Valley College. Seated from left are mom La… Read more

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Elk Lake junior Kevin Noldy brought home a state swimming medal for his eighth place finish in the 100 freestyle. He also placed 13th in the 5… Read more

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The Montclair State University men’s lacrosse team was the top pick of the coaches in the 2021 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) men’… Read more

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As the final seconds ticked away, and with his senior season hanging in the balance, Dante Lucarelli launched a long 3-point attempt. The arch… Read more

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Even with a slimmed down roster, Tunkhannock Area softball head coach Bob Hedegty is not worried about filling positions with younger players. Read more

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With the winter season delayed, and even paused in districts like Tunkhannock Area, many players saw personal and team milestones unrealized b… Read more

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Following a 2-12 season in 2019, Lackawanna Trail head softball coach John Richter acknowledges that “We were a young group and learned a lot … Read more

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Tunkhannock Area senior Ryan Harder made his 1,000 career point Friday night in the Tiger’s basketball win at Northwest. Harder finished with … Read more

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The Keystone College baseball team was the top pick of the coaches in the 2021 Colonial States Athletic Conference baseball preseason poll rel… Read more

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Wilkes University opened its men’s volleyball season with a loss on Feb. 24. The Colonels were swept (25-20, 25-11, 25-18) by visiting Alverni… Read more

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Wednesday, Mar. 17 District 2 Class 2A Wrestling Duals: Lackawanna Trail vs. Lake-Lehman, 5:30 p.m. Tunkhannock Area softball vs. Abington Hei… Read more

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Tuesday, March 9 2A boys basketball Semifinals: Elk Lake 54, Northwest 32. Tunkhannock Area boys basketball 75, Lakeland 72. Read more