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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
GIRLS' HOOPS: Mealey's big night fuels Minersville's title victoryPOTTSVILLE — Only to the watchful eye does Emily Mealey’s work in the post get
GIRLS' HOOPS: Mealey's big night fuels Minersville's title victory
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 2 hours ago
POTTSVILLE — Only to the watchful eye does Emily Mealey’s work in the post get noticed by those not wearing Blue and White or scouting Minersville. The 6-foot center grinds in the post, cleaning up misses and gaining position for buckets off dishes... Read more
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Times News
Marian Fillies fall to Minersville in SIAL ChampionshipMinersville captured its second Schuylkill League girls basketball championship
Marian Fillies fall to Minersville in SIAL Championship
Times News / Posted 7 hours ago
Minersville captured its second Schuylkill League girls basketball championship in the last three years, defeating Marian, 55-44, in Friday's title game at Martz Hall in Pottsville. The Miners' potent 1-2 combination of point guard Abby Schoffstall... Read more
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Times News
PV wrestlers fall to TidePottsville defeated Panther Valley in scholastic wrestling action on Thursday.
PV wrestlers fall to Tide
Times News / Posted 11 hours ago
Pottsville defeated Panther Valley in scholastic wrestling action on Thursday. WRESTLING Panther Valley-Pottsville Pottsville defeated Panther Valley in a Schuylkill League dual meet, 53-15 Darren Goida, Hunter Kennedy, and Dylan Moyer earned the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Tide survive Blue Devils’ upset bidPOTTSVILLE — With 1:56 to go Thursday night, two “It’s all over chants” broke o
Tide survive Blue Devils’ upset bid
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 23 hours ago
POTTSVILLE — With 1:56 to go Thursday night, two “It’s all over chants” broke out from the Pottsville student section at Martz Hall. The Crimson Tide were in the process of finishing off their 19th double-digit victory of the season. It was quite a... Read more
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Times News
Lehighton matmen beat PVLehighton picked up a wrestling win over Panther Valley, while Tamaqua and Jim
Lehighton matmen beat PV
Times News / Posted yesterday
Lehighton picked up a wrestling win over Panther Valley, while Tamaqua and Jim Thorpe both suffered setbacks in local action on Wednesday. Panther Vy.-Lehighton Cody Scherer, Xander Smith and Zach Kemmerer all won by falls to help the Indians score... Read more
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Times News
Fillies fend off PottsvillePOTTSVILLE — Confidence is contagious. During the opening moments of the Schuy
Fillies fend off Pottsville
Times News / Posted yesterday
POTTSVILLE — Confidence is contagious. During the opening moments of the Schuylkill League semifinals against Pottsville, Marian watched the ball go through the basket frequently. The Fillies’ fast start established the poise they needed to defeat... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Fillies put clamps on Tide, move into SIAL title gamePOTTSVILLE — It wasn’t with its typical full-court press, but Marian still foun
Fillies put clamps on Tide, move into SIAL title game
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted yesterday
POTTSVILLE — It wasn’t with its typical full-court press, but Marian still found a way to control the tempo. The Fillies employed a tight man-to-man defense and showed they can execute in a half-court offense Wednesday night to beat Pottsville 46-40... Read more
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Times News
Kovac first JT sophomore to hurdle 1,000Jim Thorpe’s Kayley Kovac was in third grade when her father and coach Rob Kova
Kovac first JT sophomore to hurdle 1,000
Times News / Posted 2 days ago
Jim Thorpe’s Kayley Kovac was in third grade when her father and coach Rob Kovac realized that she had a natural ability to score the basketball. At that level, scoring doesn’t come easy with players just learning the rules and fundamentals of the... Read more
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Times News
On This DateFebruary 10, 1996 - Tom LeMasters pours in a game-high 25 points, including a p
On This Date
Times News / Posted 2 days ago
February 10, 1996 - Tom LeMasters pours in a game-high 25 points, including a perfect 8-for-8 at the foul line, to help Tamaqua rally for a 77-70 Schuylkill League victory over Mount Carmel. The Blue Raiders, coached by Ed Titus, trail by four points... Read more
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Times News
Caleb Clymer continues tradition at NWCaleb Clymer never wrestles alone. Every time he takes the mat, the Northweste
Caleb Clymer continues tradition at NW
Times News / Posted 2 days ago
Caleb Clymer never wrestles alone. Every time he takes the mat, the Northwestern sophomore carries with him a legacy dotted with greatness. Clymer’s brothers – Ben, Bobby and Scott – combined to win five District 11 individual championships from... Read more
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The Morning Call
Tonight's basketball tournament games are postponed; Wednesday will be a very busy nightWhile not nearly as bad as it was on Jan. 23, today's wintry weather is bad eno
Tonight's basketball tournament games are postponed; Wednesday will be a very busy night
The Morning Call / Posted 3 days ago
While not nearly as bad as it was on Jan. 23, today's wintry weather is bad enough to cause area school administrators and officials to postpone tonight's scheduled playoff games in the EPC, Colonial League and Schuylkill League. In the EPC, the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Blue Mountain sweeps TamaquaThe Blue Mountain girls defeated Tamaqua 109-64, and the Eagle boys posted a 11
Blue Mountain sweeps Tamaqua
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 3 days ago
The Blue Mountain girls defeated Tamaqua 109-64, and the Eagle boys posted a 116-59 win in their portion of Monday’s Schuylkill League swim meet that was rescheduled due to the weather. ❒ Blue Mountain 109, Tamaqua 64 — The Tamaqua girls won six of... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Freshman Basketball❒ Hazleton Area 53, Coughlin 31 — The Lady Cougars showcased a balanced scoring
Freshman Basketball
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 3 days ago
❒ Hazleton Area 53, Coughlin 31 — The Lady Cougars showcased a balanced scoring attack in their big win over Coughlin. Megan Fay led the way with 11 points and Virginia Yurchak finished with 10. Hazleton Area (16-3, 10-1) also got six points a... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Lady Cougars' win streak ends at 11Non-League ❒ State College 65, Hazleton Area 35 — State College got a dominant
Lady Cougars' win streak ends at 11
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 5 days ago
Non-League ❒ State College 65, Hazleton Area 35 — State College got a dominant effort from 6-foot-2 UConn commit Kyla Irwin as it got the best of the Lady Cougars. Irwin finished with a game-best 37 points with 12 of thosse points coming in the... Read more
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Times News
Tide tops JTGood teams find ways to win. Pottsville explored and utilized different avenue
Tide tops JT
Times News / Posted 6 days ago
Good teams find ways to win. Pottsville explored and utilized different avenues to put points on the board despite a competitive game from Jim Thorpe on Friday. The Lady Tides’ well-rounded effort helped earn a Schuylkill League road victory over... Read more
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Times News
Fillies get 20th win of seasonThe Marian girls ended regular-season play with a 20-2 record after rolling pas
Fillies get 20th win of season
Times News / Posted 6 days ago
The Marian girls ended regular-season play with a 20-2 record after rolling past Williams Valley on Friday. GIRLS BASKETBALL Williams Valley-Marian Brenna Karnish scored 12 of her game-high 19 points during the second quarter to help Marian pull... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
GIRLS' HOOPS: Shenandoah rallies past WeatherlyShortly after Marcella Creasy was helped off the court only three minutes into
GIRLS' HOOPS: Shenandoah rallies past Weatherly
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Shortly after Marcella Creasy was helped off the court only three minutes into Friday’s Schuylkill League Division III game with Weatherly, the Shenandoah Valley senior was anxious to get back in. It was, after all, senior night, and the 5-foot-10... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Freshman BasketballSchuylkill League ❒ Marian Catholic 44, Jim Thorpe 37 —Keith McCall and Jace W
Freshman Basketball
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Schuylkill League ❒ Marian Catholic 44, Jim Thorpe 37 —Keith McCall and Jace Whiteker led the Colts’ offense as they picked up a win over the Olympians. McCall finished with a game-high 15 points while Whitaker added 12. Hickey scored a team-best... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Bears' Yedsena hits 1,000-point markMahanoy Area senior Matt Yedsena scored the 1,000th point of his career on Thur
Bears' Yedsena hits 1,000-point mark
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Mahanoy Area senior Matt Yedsena scored the 1,000th point of his career on Thursday evening, part of his 20-point night as he helped the Golden Bears outlast Nativity 70-63 in a Schuylkill League Division III boys basketball game at Mahanoy Area. In... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Bears' Yedsena hits 1,000-point markMahanoy Area senior Matt Yedsena scored the 1,000th point of his career on Thur
Bears' Yedsena hits 1,000-point mark
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Mahanoy Area senior Matt Yedsena scored the 1,000th point of his career on Thursday evening, part of his 20-point night as he helped the Golden Bears outlast Nativity 70-63 in a Schuylkill League Division III boys basketball game at Mahanoy Area. In... Read more
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Times News
Name change official for Schuylkill Football LeagueMARLIN – It’s now official. The former Anthracite Football League has been mov
Name change official for Schuylkill Football League
Times News / Posted 7 days ago
MARLIN – It’s now official. The former Anthracite Football League has been moved under the umbrella of the Schuylkill Interscholastic Athletic Association. During a press conference Thursday morning at the Schuylkill Intermediate Unit, Stephen Toth... Read more
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Times News
Panthers earn split to reach day twoNORTHAMPTON — Panther Valley was able to survive and advance to day two of the
Panthers earn split to reach day two
Times News / Posted 7 days ago
NORTHAMPTON — Panther Valley was able to survive and advance to day two of the District 11 team wrestling championships. The Panthers did that by splitting a pair of opening night matches at Catasauqua High School. Panther Valley, the No. 7 seed in... Read more
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Times News
Marian’s Berlitz sets two pool records at TamaquaMarian’s Dan Berlitz set two new pool records at Tamaqua during scholastic acti
Marian’s Berlitz sets two pool records at Tamaqua
Times News / Posted 7 days ago
Marian’s Dan Berlitz set two new pool records at Tamaqua during scholastic action on Thursday. The freshman broke the old marks in the 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke. SWIMMING Pottsville-Tamaqua Pottsville swept Tamaqua in Schuylkill League... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
H.S. wrestling: Tri-Valley beats TamaquaSchuylkill League Tri-Valley 43, Tamaqua 24 —Tri-Valley got the best of Tamaqu
H.S. wrestling: Tri-Valley beats Tamaqua
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Schuylkill League Tri-Valley 43, Tamaqua 24 —Tri-Valley got the best of Tamaqua in a Schuylkill League match Wednesday that included seven forfeits, four in Tri-Valley’s favor and three in Tamaqua’s. The Bulldogs went 4-1 in the head-to-head... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Marian's Berlitz adds two more recordsMarian’s Danny Berlitz is continuing to make a name for himself. The freshman
Marian's Berlitz adds two more records
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Marian’s Danny Berlitz is continuing to make a name for himself. The freshman swimmer shattered two Tamaqua Athletic Center pool records while competing independently during a Schuylkill League meet involving the Blue Raiders, Pottsville and... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Blue Devils clinch Division III titleFor the first time since Ronald Reagan’s first term as President, Shenandoah Va
Blue Devils clinch Division III title
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
For the first time since Ronald Reagan’s first term as President, Shenandoah Valley is headed to the Schuylkill League boys basketball playoffs. The Blue Devils upended host Weatherly 61-45 on Thursday to nail down the Division III title and a spot... Read more
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The Morning Call
Notebook: Lehighton girls basketball team thriving in Schuylkill LeagueThe future looks bright for the Lehighton High School girls basketball team. An
Notebook: Lehighton girls basketball team thriving in Schuylkill League
The Morning Call / Posted 8 days ago
The future looks bright for the Lehighton High School girls basketball team. And the present, led by sophomores Skylynn Faust and Aubrey Blasiak, isn't too shabby either. Faust, a 5-11 forward, and Blasiak, a 5-5 guard, have led the Indians to their... Read more
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Times News
Northwestern boys, girls grab winsNorthwestern came away with wins in boys and girls basketball in scholastic spo
Northwestern boys, girls grab wins
Times News / Posted 8 days ago
Northwestern came away with wins in boys and girls basketball in scholastic sports action on Wednesday. BOYS BASKETBALL Northwestern-Catasauqua Northwestern trumped Catasauqua in a Colonial League contest, 67-39. Brady Mengel shot the lights out... Read more
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Times News
JT’s Bucior signs with TempleBetter late than never for Dylan Bucior. In the middle of last season, he join
JT’s Bucior signs with Temple
Times News / Posted 8 days ago
Better late than never for Dylan Bucior. In the middle of last season, he joined the Jim Thorpe High School cross country team. Now, a little over a year later, he has signed a letter of intent to attend Division I Temple University for cross... Read more
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Times News
On This DateFebruary 4, 1984 - Three pins in the final four bouts allow Tamaqua to pull awa
On This Date
Times News / Posted 8 days ago
February 4, 1984 - Three pins in the final four bouts allow Tamaqua to pull away from Blue Mountain and earn a 39-25 Schuylkill League victory. Leading by just two points, the Blue Raiders receive falls from Tom Edmonds at 158 pounds, Garth Lakitsky... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Schuylkill Haven outwrestles TamaquaSchuylkill League Schuylkill Haven 60, Tamaqua 8 —Tamaqua managed just two win
Schuylkill Haven outwrestles Tamaqua
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
Schuylkill League Schuylkill Haven 60, Tamaqua 8 —Tamaqua managed just two wins as Schuylkill Haven rolled to a Schuylkill League victory. Tanner McHugh picked up a technical fall over Austin Angle at 126 and Ty Hinkle scored a decision over... Read more
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Times News
Fillies cruise by Golden GirlsThe two lone Marian seniors are more than just the veteran leaders. They’re be
Fillies cruise by Golden Girls
Times News / Posted 8 days ago
The two lone Marian seniors are more than just the veteran leaders. They’re best friends. Vanessa Whitecavage and Savanna Krushinsky showcased their lifelong chemistry during one final Fillies’ home game, en route to a 49-29 Schuylkill League... Read more
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Times News
JT’s Kovac tops 1,000-pt. markJim Thorpe’s Kayley Kovac topped the 1,000-point mark despite a loss to Blue Mo
JT’s Kovac tops 1,000-pt. mark
Times News / Posted 8 days ago
Jim Thorpe’s Kayley Kovac topped the 1,000-point mark despite a loss to Blue Mountain in local basketball play on Tuesday. BOYS BASKETBALL Blue Mtn. -Panther Vy. Blue Mountain used a balanced attack that included three players scoring in double... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Lady Cougars win 10th straightThe Hazleton Area girls continued their winning ways on Wednesday, dumping Tunk
Lady Cougars win 10th straight
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
The Hazleton Area girls continued their winning ways on Wednesday, dumping Tunkhannock 67-34 for their 10th consecutive win. In other WVC girls basketball action, Dallas edged Crestwood 48-43, Holy Redeemer eased past MMI 70-7. In a Schuylkill... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Cougars fall to Scranton in semifinalsSCRANTON — Scranton needed a match like this. A match where many of the bouts w
Cougars fall to Scranton in semifinals
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 9 days ago
SCRANTON — Scranton needed a match like this. A match where many of the bouts went the full six minutes. The Lackawanna League’s top seed found itself in that situation seven times in its District 2 Class AAA Duals semifinal against Hazleton Area on... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Freshman basketball❒ Hazleton Area 43, Crestwood 35 — Alex Amentler went 8-of-8 from the free thro
Freshman basketball
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 9 days ago
❒ Hazleton Area 43, Crestwood 35 — Alex Amentler went 8-of-8 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter as the Cougars pulled away to avenge their lone conference loss of the season. Hazleton Area built a 20-13 halftime lead, only to have the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Preppers, Panthers fallMeyers used a big second half to pull away from MMI for a 51-40 Wyoming Valley
Preppers, Panthers fall
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 9 days ago
Meyers used a big second half to pull away from MMI for a 51-40 Wyoming Valley Conference boys basketball victory over the Preppers on Tuesday. In another Tuesday game, Blue Mountain rolled past Panther Valley 77-43 in Schuylkill League Division I... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Sports - Standard SpeakerSchuylkill League Schuylkill Haven 60, Tamaqua 8 —Tamaqua managed just two win
Sports - Standard Speaker
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 9 days ago
Schuylkill League Schuylkill Haven 60, Tamaqua 8 —Tamaqua managed just two wins as Schuylkill Haven rolled to a Schuylkill League victory. Tanner McHugh picked up a technical fall over Austin Angle at 126 and Ty Hinkle scored a decision over... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
NS, Mahanoy, Marian girls winNorth Schuylkill, Mahanoy Area and Marian all posted Schuylkill League girls ba
NS, Mahanoy, Marian girls win
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 9 days ago
North Schuylkill, Mahanoy Area and Marian all posted Schuylkill League girls basketball victories on Tuesday. Schuylkill League ❒ North Schuylkill 62, Tamaqua 30 — Tiffany Lapotsky and Averi Jordan each deposited nine first-quarter points as North... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
H.S. BOYS' HOOPS:Shenandoah Valley’s Joel Santana has quiet offensive afternoon Saturday. The j
H.S. BOYS' HOOPS:
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 10 days ago
Shenandoah Valley’s Joel Santana has quiet offensive afternoon Saturday. The junior guard was back to his usual self Monday. Now, the Blue Devils are a win away from doing something they haven’t done in 32 years. Santana poured in a game-high 28... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
GIRLS' HOOPS: Pottsville wins double-OT thriller over North SchuylkillAthletes have a lot of memories they savor, moments cherished for their impact
GIRLS' HOOPS: Pottsville wins double-OT thriller over North Schuylkill
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 10 days ago
Athletes have a lot of memories they savor, moments cherished for their impact on achieving a team goal. Kyra Schenk, no doubt, had a few favorite moments before Monday night. But there’s a new No. 1 for the Pottsville forward. Schenk blocked a... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Colts clinch D11 2A playoff berthJosh Inama tallied nine of his game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter as Mar
Colts clinch D11 2A playoff berth
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 10 days ago
Josh Inama tallied nine of his game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter as Marian rallied past Nativity 48-36 in a Schuylkill League Division III boys basketball contest on Monday to clinch a District 11 Class AA playoff berth in... Read more
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The Morning Call
Defending champ Bethlehem Catholic seeded No. 2 for District 11 wrestling tournamentThe nation's fourth-ranked team is seeded second for this week's District 11 te
Defending champ Bethlehem Catholic seeded No. 2 for District 11 wrestling tournament
The Morning Call / Posted 12 days ago
The nation's fourth-ranked team is seeded second for this week's District 11 team tournament. Bethlehem Catholic, which defeated Nazareth on Saturday for the EPC title, is seeded behind Pottsville for the Class 3A duals tournament, which begins... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Spartans knock off Miners; Blue Devils outlast PanthersNorth Schuylkill dealt Minersville just its third defeat of the season on Satur
Spartans knock off Miners; Blue Devils outlast Panthers
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 12 days ago
North Schuylkill dealt Minersville just its third defeat of the season on Saturday, posting a 52-41 non-league boys basketball victory in Fountain Springs. Also on Saturday, Shenandoah Valley held off Panther Valley 71-68 in a non-league game, while... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Junior High HoopsAnthracite LeagueVarsity ❒ Hazleton 62, Holy Family 29 — Jean Portes poured in
Junior High Hoops
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 13 days ago
Anthracite LeagueVarsity ❒ Hazleton 62, Holy Family 29 — Jean Portes poured in a game-best 21 points to power the Mounts past Holy Family. Oscar Gonzalez and Ignacio Diaz added 13 points a piece for Hazleton. Alex Kubishin and Lucca Stroia scored... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Miners hold off Blue Devils, clinch Division III titleMINERSVILLE — Shane Hoffman has never experienced the atmosphere of Martz Hall
Miners hold off Blue Devils, clinch Division III title
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 13 days ago
MINERSVILLE — Shane Hoffman has never experienced the atmosphere of Martz Hall during the Schuylkill League playoffs as a player. The Minersville junior will get his chance in two weeks. Hoffman scored the go-ahead bucket late in the fourth quarter... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Golden Bears, Fillies, Spartans post girls basketball winsMahanoy Area, Marian and North Schuylkill all notched Schuylkill League girls b
Golden Bears, Fillies, Spartans post girls basketball wins
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 14 days ago
Mahanoy Area, Marian and North Schuylkill all notched Schuylkill League girls basketball victories on Friday night. ❒ Nativity 30, Shenandoah Valley 26 — Jordyn Simons scored 13 of her game-high 15 points in the second half to propel Nativity to the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Lady Raiders edge Schuylkill Haven; Cougars swept by Dallas❒ Dallas 103, Hazleton Area 72 — Dallas posted wins in nine of 12 events, and w
Lady Raiders edge Schuylkill Haven; Cougars swept by Dallas
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 14 days ago
❒ Dallas 103, Hazleton Area 72 — Dallas posted wins in nine of 12 events, and went on to defeat host Hazleton Area. Jarred Krawetz had a hand in four firsts for the Mountaineers, winning the 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle, and swimming on both the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Fillies clamp down on Lady BearsIn the Schuylkill League, Marian Catholic scored a 36-28 win over Mahanoy Area
Fillies clamp down on Lady Bears
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 14 days ago
In the Schuylkill League, Marian Catholic scored a 36-28 win over Mahanoy Area and Pottsville rolled past Panther Valley 54-10. North Schuylkill picked up a 57-46 non-league win over Loyalsock, and in the WVC GAR bested MMI Prep 49-18. Schuylkill... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Defense, fast start key Spartans’ victory over Jim ThorpeNorth Schuylkill’s postseason hopes were on shaky ground a week ago. Now, they
Defense, fast start key Spartans’ victory over Jim Thorpe
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 14 days ago
North Schuylkill’s postseason hopes were on shaky ground a week ago. Now, they are solid. Tevin Murray had a game-high 20 points, while a stifling defensive effort and a fast start led the Spartans to a 55-31 victory over Jim Thorpe in a Schuylkil... Read more
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