Shawn Wood's Inside Track column: One more wild ride
Tuesday night, as I was wrapping up my day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Kate Guerra from the IZOD IndyCar Series public relations department stopped by where I sit in the media center. Kate and I get along great, except for one day out of the year as she is from Texas and is a University of Texas graduate and I like to remind her that real football is played north of the Red River in Norman, Okla.
Motorsports area notebook: ESS returns to Selinsgrove Speedway on Saturday
Selinsgrove Speedway returns to action on Saturday as the Empire Super Sprints (ESS) join the weekly 358 sprint cars for an open-wheel doubleheader. ESS is celebrating its 30th anniversary season with 28 races at 18 different tracks. Chuck Hebing, of Ontario, N.Y., is the defending series champion
High school roundup: Jersey Shore softball rallies to beat Danville
Midd-West, Mifflinburg each post 11th baseball win
Jon Gerardi's column on high school softball: Lourdes no longer a pushover
Perhaps it comes as a surprise to some that the Red Raiders are vastly improved. Scott Long, however, knew the potential the team had when he took over as coach three years ago.
Bob Garrett's Talking Points: Hunting is safer stats show
National Institutes of Health release convincing results
H.S. tennis: Lewisburg's wave crashes short of doubles final
Green Dragons wage fierce battle against top-seeded duo
H.S. boys lacrosse: Selinsgrove routs Danville at Susquehanna
By Anthony Mitchell For The Daily Item SELINSGROVE -- Maybe the myth of homefield advantage is true. You know, one team plays in front of its home fans and seems to raise its level of play.
H.S. baseball: Halifax tops East Juniata to move closer to TVL title
By Scott Dudinskie The Daily Item HALIFAX -- Trey Pritchard said he felt fine after the violent collision, though his body language suggested otherwise. He insisted he heard no birds and saw no stars while shaking it off.
H.S. softball: Warrior Run's Tay Parker throws no-hitter to blank Milton
By Todd Stanford For The Daily Item MILTON -- If the past is prologue, then Warrior Run pitcher Taylor Parker's no-hitter against Milton on Tuesday is a good omen for both programs. Parker whiffed 16, walked one, and went 3-for-4 at the plate in the Defenders' 6-0 victory in a Heartland Athletic Conference crossover game.
H.S. tennis: Lewisburg boys get first ever PIAA team win
By Brian Holtzapple For The Daily Item SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT -- There is a first time for everything, and for the Lewisburg High boys tennis team that moment came on Tuesday.
H.S. track and field: Danville sophomore girl heads into districts as top seed in javelin
By Todd Hummel For The Daily Item DANVILLE -- Scan the list of the area bests and Shelby Freedman's name sticks out for the two events for which she owns the top performances. The Danville sophomore owns the top throw in the javelin and the top triple jump as well.
High school roundup: Midd-West makes district baseball field
Shikellamy keeps postseason hopes alive
- Ken Maurer's Outdoors column: Bass problems exaggerated
Don Steese's Outdoors column: Agencies, politicians duke it out
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, desperately needing additional revenue, explored the idea of charging a registration fee for canoes and kayaks, but after careful consideration decided not to pursue this revenue raising avenue.
H.S. baseball: Selinsgrove beats Lewisburg on 11th inning passed ball
It was a fortunate break for a team due more than few in a season full of close losses.
H.S. softball: Two towering Southern Columbia homers seal game against Shamokin
As soon as Carley Nash let go of the pitch, Shamokin's Christi Cryder could have started started to shake her head.
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