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3 hrs ago | Richmond County Daily Journal
It was a slower start than Bennie Howard would have liked from his team, but Richmond Senior stayed perfect on the season. Despite the rough beginning, Richmond pulled away for a 7-0 victory over Purnell Swett Monday night in a Southeastern Conference matchup.
8 hrs ago | Cheney Free Press
When Todd Ableman, Cheney's public works director, first read a media report that the city had decided to return to using a large portion of the Spokane County regional trash system they originally opted out of, his first reaction was a form of... Employees at Cheney Federal Credit Union got into the spirit of Eastern Washington University football game-day last Friday by dressing in red to support the Eagles as they faced the University of... Several city of Cheney departments were honored with awards and statewide recognition at the City Council's first meeting in September Tuesday night.
8 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
Scranton's Sanam Kadyrova, left, and North Pocono's Toni Rubino keep their eyes on the ball during the first half on Monday night at Scranton Memorial Stadium. Butch Comegys / Staff Photographer BUTCH COMEGYS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER North Pocono's Brooke Bauman, left, heads the ball ahead of Scranton's Georgia Miller during the first half Monday at Scranton Memorial Stadium.
Ashe continued its winning ways in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference with another 9-0 victory, this one over visiting Wilkes Central.
J.D. Martinez hit his seventh home run of the season against Cleveland. Only 8 other Tigers have hit seven or more against the Tribe in a single season: Ian Kinsler's two-run home run off Bryan Shaw in the seventh inning put the Tigers ahead for good.
After three straight losses, Elizabethtown College's field hockey team put one in the win column with help from a pair of locals. Emily Mason buried a rebound for a tally in the 3-0 victory against Delaware Valley, while Kaylee Werner kept the pressure on from the midfield with a team-leading four shots.
Editor's note: Matt Bonds is the director SixFifty Lacrosse as well as the coach of the Menlo-Atherton High School lacrosse team. He is also the director of Menlo-Atherton "Grizzlies" Youth Lacrosse and has coached at the youth and high school levels in Maryland, Connecticut, England, and California since 1995.
MERCERSBURG >> Mercersburg Academy celebrated the start of its 2014-15 school year with an opening convocation Sept. 7 at the Irvine Memorial Chapel.
Tino Ayala netted two goals to propel the Foxcroft Academy Ponies to a 4-1 high school boys soccer victory over Caribou in their home opener Saturday. Ayala scored his second goal on a direct kick from the left corner, just out of the reach of the goalie, in the second half.
WILMINGTON WAS SLOW getting started Friday night at Lisle but once they got rolling they couldn't be stopped. The Cats were up 7-3 at the half before scoring 27 second half points to win it 34-3.
A little drizzle didn't stop Digger softball players as they made the journey to Kersey on Thursday to take on fellow 3A District 3 squad the Platte Valley Broncos. Brush didn't have to survive the soggy situation for long, however, as the team managed to squash the Broncos 18-3 in just three innings of play.
Lynwood High put up the highest point total thus far in the season with a 72-0 rout of Maya Angelou Friday evening at home. The Knights were powered by senior DeAngelo Buchanan and his three touchdowns.
John and George Reihner have a lot in common. The brothers attended Washington High School, excelled in multiple sports, attended Penn State University and have become respected professionals in the business world.
The Eaton base-running tandem of Jayla Jarnagin and Taylor Renaud was excellent. Their aggressiveness and presence of mind on the bases led to a victory for their team.
Taconic football coach Jim Ziter's instructions for his running backs were simple heading into Saturday's home game against Springfield Cathedral. "He said, 'Run like you have a herd of bulls behind you and don't stop,' " sophomore Jake McNeice said.
Monument Mountain's Owen Hunter shot an even-par 36 at Stamford Valley Golf Club to earn medalist honors Friday, but Drury's consistency, and its success on both the fourth and ninth holes, kept the Blue Devils unbeaten with a 163-170 win. "One guy had a couple of bad holes and still shot a good score.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 08:44 am
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