Comets fall in track
Tuesday, April 14VFW 15, Nealon Law Firm 5Winning pitcher: Bodie LacoeTwo hits: Lacoe, Aiden Gilbert (V), Dante Talarico (V), Andrew Albright (V), and Louis Natale (N).
A half dozen Abington-area runners completed Monday's 119th annual Boston Marathon in less than four hours.
SOUTH ABINGTON TWP. — Vehicles lined Route 307 by Eston Wilson Lake at Hillside Park and Winola Road in South Abington Township mid-morning on April 18 as anglers took advantage of a sunny and mild opening day of trout season.
HUNTINGTON VALLEY — Keystone College's men's golf team shot a combined round of 324, two strokes off its best round of the season, to place second out of six teams April 14 at the Colonial States Athletic Conference Championship...
The NEPA Flames won the Electric City Madness eighth-grade silver division championship April 10-12 at Riverfront Sports in Scranton, going 5-0 in the tournament. From left, are Sydney Newhart, Steven Newhart (team manager), Maria Tully, Erin...
Lackawanna Trail graduate John Glenn is preparing for his fourth season as a member of the Seattle Seahawks coaching staff.
SCRANTON — Seven innings were not enough to settle the Lackawanna League Division 1 baseball clash between Abington Heights and Scranton Prep Tuesday afternoon at Connell Park.
Comets clobber Warriors in baseball opener
SCRANTON – From Christy Mathewson to Cory Spangenberg, the history of northeastern Pennsylvanians in Major League Baseball is being told in a new exhibit at Everhart Museum.
SCRANTON- Many local runners competed in the second annual Scranton Half Marathon held on Sunday, April 12. The full list of Abington-area finishers is below:2-Thomas Daniels, 26, of Factoryville 1:13:27
The Lackawanna County Commissioners presented a framed Scranton Half Marathon poster to race organizer Matt Byrne in recognition of the impact the event has on the community and the economy. The second annual marathon took place on Sunday, April 12.
SCRANTON — Alley Cats bowling league scores from April 7 are as follows:Team standings: Lynx-45, Manx-37, Siamese-33, Panthers-32, Wildcats-32, Bobcats- 26.5, Tigers-24.5, Ghost-10
FACTORYVILLE — The success of the Lackawanna Trail boys baseball team will likely depend on the production it receives from several new starters.
ASTON — Six Marywood University student-athletes claimed Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) awards for the week ending April 5. Softball swept both of the top CSAC awards with Brooke Labs named as Hitter of the Week and Alyssa Bavaro...
LA PLUME — Four athletes from the Pride Lands BJJ Academy won medals at the 28th annual Liberty Bell Judo Classic March 28 in Bryn Athyn.
SCRANTON — Local Penn State alumni and student organizations will host a networking event, Penn State Night at PNC Field on Thursday, April 23 at the RailRiders home game vs. the Pawtucket Red Sox.
SOUTH ABINGTON TWP. — The Abington Heights softball team returns many key players from a team that finished with an 11-3 record last season, and head coach John Kelly believes the team can be elite if it makes improvements.
LA PLUME — Giorgio Butts posted a pair of wins for Keystone College April 1 in a Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) men's tennis match against Marywood University, but it wasn't enough as the Pacers defeated the Giants, 7-2,...
JESSUP — The Pennsylvania Football News published the 2014 Academic All-Stars. The list is comprised of student-athletes that have maintained a 3.0 GPA or better in the first marking period of 2014-15, who were consistent performers for their...
LA PLUME — The Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited opened its second Teens Conservation Summer Camp, titled the Keystone College/Trout Unlimited Teens Conservation Camp.
FACTORYVILLE —Rhys Yarns strong serving keyed the Abington Heights attack as the Comets defeated Lackawanna Trail in three sets, 25-9, 25-20, 25-11, in a Lackawanna League match on March 30 at Lackawanna Trail High School.
Jerry Tunney took a step forward in his racing career last year, making his first career ARCA Racing Series start as a member of RACE 101.
FACTORYVILLE — With six starters returning to lineup, Lackawanna Trail softball head coach John Brander is optimistic the Lady Lions will be consistent within division play and peak toward the end of the season.
bSCRANTON — The Scranton Prep softball team enters the season with lofty goals as the Classics return six of nine starters from last year.