June 2, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Little League Results

Little League results for the past week are as follows: Royals 10 Pirates 1 Winning pitcher - Garrison Crouse. Home runs – Whelan Mitchell and Gage Mellott for the Royals. Pirates 6 Yankees 5 More...

MHS Senior Ends Track Career With State Bronze Medal

Ending a phenomenal high school career, Lucas Banks took the bronze medal at the PIAA state track meet in the boys discus event with a throw of 160 feet, 4 inches. More...

Nine Total Records Fall In PIAA Track And Field Meet

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. (AP) – It was difficult to tell which took the greater beating this weekend at the 82nd PIAA Track and Field Championships: the PIAA records or the tents in the infield at Shippensburg University. More...

Bags Gobbler

Austin Mellott, 15, son of Melody and Bobby Mellott, Warfordsburg, bagged a 19-pound gobbler recently with a 10-5/8-inch beard and 1-1/8-inch spurs. More...

High School Sports

Baseball Tussey Mountain 12, Southern Fulton 2 More...

Racing Roundup

Fred Rahmer captured the 2011 Keystone Cup 410 Sprint Series championship on the heels of a consistent week of finishes capped off with a win on the final night of the series. More...

Path Valley Results

270cc Micro Sprint: 1. Bryce Stephens (Huntingdon), 2. Jason Houtz, 3. Daryl Beakler, 4. Alex Spalding, 5. Tyler Reich, 6. Adrian Shaffer, 7. Ben Houtz, 8. Jake Mc- Connell, 9. Matt Campbell, 10. Jerry Palm, 11. Don Roush, 12. More...

Tips For Safe Swimming And Healthy Pools

It’s pool season again – a time for pool parties and splashing with the kids. It’s also time to share tips on keeping swimming healthy and avoiding recreational water illnesses. More...

Harvick Wins At Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N. C. – Kevin Harvick, won the Coca-Cola 600 when Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran out of gas a half-mile from the finish line after the race went to overtime for the first time in its history. More...

Pa. Commission Rolls Out Fish Kill Hotline

SOMERSET, Pa. (AP) – The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is hoping outdoor enthusiasts will be a bigger part of the front line of environmental defense. More...