December 17, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Racing Roundup

The World of Outlaw Late Models and Sprint car series have announced its 2010 schedules, and they appear very similar to this past season. More...

Bags Bear

Zacary Hann spotted this 176-pound bear while hunting with his dad, Hobie Hann, McConnellsburg, who killed it at 10:00 a.m. on the first day of the season. More...

Bags 8-Point Buck

Tristan Gelvin, 14, son of Randy and Trudy Gelvin, Hustontown, bagged an 8-point buck during the regular season. More...

Strait Bags 8-Point

Zach Strait, 14, Warfordsburg, harvested an 8-point buck while hunting on the family farm in Belfast Township. More...

Boys Basketball

So. Fulton 65 Everett 36 Southern Fulton outscored Everett by 14 points during the second and third period of Monday night’s matchup and moved on for the 65-36 Sideling Hill League victory. More...

Girls Basketball

Hancock 56 Forbes Road 43 With a lead going into the halftime break, Forbes Road fell apart in the the third period Monday and ended up trailing Hancock, Md. for the 56-43 loss. More...

Joepa, No. 11 Penn St. Raring To Go Bowling

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) – No. 11 Penn State can put a nice bow on a 10-2 season with a victory over No. 13 LSU at the Capital One Bowl. The Nittany Lions are in the middle of practice for the New Year’s Day game. More...

Downs 11-Point Buck

Tuck Miller, Needmore, bagged an 11-point buck on the first day of the season at 7:00 a.m. while hunting in the Needmore area. More...

Souders Bags First Buck

Logan Souders, 9, son of Troy Souders and Kim Mellott of Needmore took his first buck, a 6-point, while hunting the last day of the season with his cousin in the Needmore area. More...