Qualifying for the state tournament is a thrill for any wrestler. Qualifying with a teammate makes the trip much more enjoyable.
One day after qualifying for the PIAA Championships, wrestlers learned who they would face in the first round of the state tournament, which begins Thursday at the Giant Center in Hershey.
Five Wyoming Valley Conference swimmers and three relay teams received at-large time qualifying bids Sunday to the PIAA Swimming & Diving Championships held March 11-14 at Bucknell University in Lewisburg.
WILKES-BARRE — Call it home pool advantage but it was the Wyoming Valley Conference's day to shine at the District 2-4 Class 3A boys and girls swimming and diving championships.
WILKES-BARRE — For the first time in 10 years, one school rules the pool.
WILKES-BARRE — Dalton Ray admitted to doing something no athlete should ever do. He was looking ahead last week at the District 2 Class 3A Championships.
Several local wrestlers will continue their pursuit of PIAA (Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association) state medals this weekend.
KINGSTON – Four other wrestlers in the 126-pound bracket entered the District 2 Class AAA Wrestling Championships with more wins than James Fayocavitz.
COVINGTON TWP. — Lackawanna Trail started off hot, but faded down the stretch, falling, 52-42, to Old Forge in a District 2 Class A boys basketball semifinal game on Feb. 20 at North Pocono High School.
CARBONDALE — Anytime the number of turnovers nearly equals the number of points scored, it's difficult to win the game.
CARBONDALE — Offensively, Abington Heights struggled to score points, but their effort on the defensive side of the ball proved to be the difference.
LA PLUME —Keystone College's softball team has been picked sixth in the 2015 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) softball preseason coaches' poll. The Giants, who went 12-24 overall last spring with a 9-13 record in conference...
Cavaliers claim division titleThe Scranton Prep boys swim defeated Delaware Valley, 89-81, on Feb. 17 at The University of Scranton to win the Lackawanna League championship.
WILKES-BARRE — Sierra Williams and Abigail Norwillo were at their best when it mattered most.
SCRANTON — Matt Byrne, co-owner of the Scranton Running Company, has been named as the Scranton Half Marathon race director of 2015 and 2016.Byrne has chaired the committee since planning began for the 2014 race in May 2013.
The Lackawanna Trail boys basketball seniors and their parents were honored at their last home game Feb. 6. From left, first row, Jerome Chilewski, Addison Hoffman, Tyler Rzucidlo, Aidan Holmes, Ross Fauquier. Second row, Robin Chilewski, Pam Hoffman,...
WILKES-BARRE — Brandon Butry entered Friday's District 2 Class 3A Tournament without a single match win in his four-year career in the postseason.
It was about a year ago at this time when Scranton was a young team looking to make some noise at the District 2 Class 3A Tournament.
LA PLUME — Six-time defending conference champion Keystone College has been selected first in the 2015 CSAC baseball preseason coaches' poll. The Giants received six of seven first-place votes, and 46 points total, to finish 10 points...
YATESVILLE — There were two huge upsets in the Wyoming Valley Conference this wrestling season.
CLARKS SUMMIT — Two months ago, it was Wyoming Area who came out firing on all cylinders. On Wednesday night, it was Abington Heights.
SCRANTON – The University of Scranton men's basketball team got a major lift four years ago when it added two Abington Heights graduates with strong ties to the school's athletic program.
Abington wins battle of Comets
FACTORYVILLE —The Lackawanna Trail wrestling team had a lot on the line during its last meet of the regular season.
CLARKS SUMMIT — The Abington Heights seventh-grade boys basketball team, coached by Phil DeSarno, finished with an 18-0 overall record, including a 48-30 win over St. Paul's in the Backcourt Hoops Winners Circle Holiday Tournament on Dec.