The victory was so unexpected, so astonishing, not even the gold medal guys who made up the Meyers short relay team knew how they pulled off a state championship run.
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Results of WVC competitorsin PIAA Track and Field championshipsCLASS 2ABOYS
DALLAS TWP. — Dallas made it to its fifth straight District 2 boys lacrosse championship game and gave its best shot to date before falling short against visiting Crestwood, 14-9, in Thursday night's championship game.
SHIPPENSBURG — The finish was so electric and so close, a photo of the final results sheet wouldn't even help anyone figure out who won.As it turned out, he who leaned last wound up first.
SHIPPENSBURG — Lake-Lehman junior Dominic Hockenbury repeated as state champion in the Class AAA boys 3200-meter run Saturday morning in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Track and Field Championships at Shippensburg...
SHIPPENSBURG — The excitement of the state championships didn't just carry Caroline Banas to new heights.It whisked the Holy Redeemer junior all the way to a place she never dreamed she could be.
SHIPPENSBURG – Dallas and Lake-Lehman each had one girl earn individual state medals Friday, the first day of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Track and Field Championships at Shippensburg University.
Plenty of things have changed for Dominic Hockenbury since the Lake-Lehman distance star won his first track and field gold medal during last year's state finals.
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DALLAS — Maternal & Family Health Services' 22nd Annual Golf Tournament will be held on Thursday, June 18 at the Irem Country Club in Dallas.
ARCHBALD — Joyce Tinner was out of the dugout immediately after the game's biggest hit Wednesday afternoon.
Dallas graduate Sam Casto helped the University of Virginia to its sixth straight Atlantic Coast Conference women's rowing title May 16 with a victory at Lake Hartwell in Clemson, South Carolina.
SCRANTON – The Dallas and Lake-Lehman track and field programs had more than medal-winners and state qualifiers to celebrate during the District 2 Championships May 11 and 12 at Memorial Stadium.
DALLAS — Misericordia University enjoyed another successful baseball season, extending it by winning two games in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Tournament before being eliminated.
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SOUTH ABINGTON TWP. — Tyler Ksiazek allowed one hit over four innings to lead third-seeded Abington Heights over 14-seed Lake-Lehman, 10-0, in five innings in the first round of the District 2 Class 3A baseball playoffs on Saturday, May...
DALLAS — Marred in a batting slump, Dallas' Sadie Trudgen didn't even get to bat in the regular-season finale against Tunkhannock. She made up for lost time Monday in a huge way.
SCRANTON — With a simultaneous goal by Scranton Prep and a call from an official, Dallas fell behind for the second time and went shorthanded for the fifth time early in the second half of Monday's District 2 boys lacrosse...
2015 District 2 WVC Lacrosse All-Conference TeamOffensive Player of the Year: Nick Pampalone, Delaware Valley
One thing's for certain when the District 2 softball playoffs begin today — uncertainty.In other words, all four championships are wide open with each containing several teams capable of winning titles.
WILKES-BARRE — Jeff Skwierz ran away from the field to capture overall honors and Emily Bell scored a come-from-behind victory in the women's division in the River Street 3 Mile Run on Sunday.
LEHMAN TWP. – Derek Dragon finished his high school career on the medal stand at Hershey as a state place-winner in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Wrestling Championships.
SCRANTON – When the District 2 Class AAA Track and Field Championships were over, Lindsey Oremus and Ally Rome took a moment to duck out of the wind and away from the spotlight.
KINGSTON – The entire District 2 Class AA boys tennis singles tournament included just two upsets of seeded players.Anthony DeLuca from Dallas was responsible for both.