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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LIAA readies for vote on propsed schedulePrincipals from schools that make up the Lackawanna Interscholastic Athletic As
LIAA readies for vote on propsed schedule
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Principals from schools that make up the Lackawanna Interscholastic Athletic Association will vote on a proposed football schedule for the 2016 and 2017 seasons next week. The framework of the schedule is based upon a cooperative agreement that has... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
How District 2 is impacted by PIAA football bracketsA shorter season, an earlier start and more postseason berths for District 2 te
How District 2 is impacted by PIAA football brackets
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
A shorter season, an earlier start and more postseason berths for District 2 teams are in play under a high school football playoff proposal by the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association. Because the PIAA is allowing districts to choose... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
District 2 to see changes with new football playoff formatA shorter season, an earlier start and more postseason berths for District 2 te
District 2 to see changes with new football playoff format
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 10 days ago
A shorter season, an earlier start and more postseason berths for District 2 teams are in play under a high school football playoff proposal by the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association. Because the PIAA is allowing districts to choose... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
HS SPORTS: PIAA starts outlining brackets for new-look playoffsThe Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association took the first step in se
HS SPORTS: PIAA starts outlining brackets for new-look playoffs
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association took the first step in setting its championship brackets under the new formats that include increased classifications. Football and basketball brackets were approved on a first-read basis at the... Read more
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The Express-Times
Should PIAA separate the haves and have-nots? | Your commentsEric Evans, a Bethlehem Area School District teacher and city councilman, set o
Should PIAA separate the haves and have-nots? | Your comments
The Express-Times / Posted 25 days ago
Eric Evans, a Bethlehem Area School District teacher and city councilman, set off an impassioned online debate with his op-ed column, "Saucon-Imhotep gap shows need for PIAA to act." Many people in the Lehigh Valley were stunned by the size and... Read more
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The Morning Call
Neshaminy coach who allegedly head butted referee returns to teaching, but not coachingJerry Devine is returning to his Neshaminy teaching position "effective immedia
Neshaminy coach who allegedly head butted referee returns to teaching, but not coaching
The Morning Call / Posted 26 days ago
Jerry Devine is returning to his Neshaminy teaching position "effective immediately," according to a statement released Tuesday morning by the district spokesman. "Mr. Devine had been on administrative leave since an incident at a varsity basketball... Read more
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The Brown and White
Saucon-Imhotep gap shows need for PIAA to act | OpinionWhat a season the good folks of Hellertown experienced as their Saucon Valley H
Saucon-Imhotep gap shows need for PIAA to act | Opinion
The Brown and White / Posted 26 days ago
What a season the good folks of Hellertown experienced as their Saucon Valley High School football team went undefeated through the regular season. With a great blend of offense, defense, team character and chemistry, they won their first two... Read more
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The Morning Call
Saying no to high school football?More parents in the Lehigh Valley are saying no to dangerous sports such as hig
Saying no to high school football?
The Morning Call / Posted 29 days ago
More parents in the Lehigh Valley are saying no to dangerous sports such as high school football because of concussions and other health risks, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll. While the overwhelming majority of Valley... Read more

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