The Dallas Junior High wrestling team captured the team championship at the Meyers Invitational Wrestling Tournament, edging out Crestwood by three points. The tournament hosted 24 teams from Wyoming Valley and surrounding areas.
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WILKES-BARRE – The Dallas boys and girls swimming teams have continued to string together wins, leading up to the most important meet of the regular season.
Lake-Lehman will pursue a pair of dual meet championships on the wrestling mats in the week ahead.
YATESVILLE — The recent craziness of Division I of the Wyoming Valley Conference can be summed up by looking at Friday's dual between Dallas and Pittston Area.
Lake-Lehman will pursue a pair of dual meet championships on the wrestling mats next week.
DALLAS — Yonah Wasik broke the one-minute barrier and a Lake-Lehman school record during a swim meet January 16 at the Dallas Middle School.
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The Dallas Mountaineer Aquatic Club defeated the Abington Gators on Saturday, Jan. 10 in a Northeast PA Age Group Swim League Meet. The following swimmers placed in their events:GIRLS
Lake-Lehman sophomore Emily Johns and two Tunkhannock boys won titles Jan. 16 when Baptist Bible College held the first of its three indoor track and field invitationals of the winter.
The Harlem Wizards basketball team returned to the Back Mountain for the second straight year and put on a crowd-pleasing event at the Lake-Lehman High School on Jan. 17.
TUNKHANNOCK — One look across the pool, and it became evident very quickly.In most races, both on the boys' and girls' side, Dallas would field three swimmers.
DALLAS — Hire a football coach and it's usually standing-room-only at a school board meeting.
Regan Rome thought she would never run on a course muddier than the one at Elk Lake the day of the 2012 District 2 Cross Country Championships when she was a junior.Then, she got to Scotland.
LEHMAN TWP. — Locked in a power struggle with desperate Lake-Lehman, the Nanticoke Area Trojans retreated.Then they took their best shots.The strategy hit the bullseye.
Tiger Den Scouts from Cub Scout Pack 281 recently visited the Meadows Nursing Center in Dallas. The boys sang Christmas carols and handed out homemade Christmas cards to the residents. From left, are John Redington, Jacob Byrk, Gideon Deiter, Sean...
Less than a year ago, Regan and Ally Rome were still running together in a Dallas track and cross country program where their mother Amy coaches on the junior high level.
The wind and cold on New Year's Day didn't stop 47 members of the Wyoming Valley Striders and Lady Striders Running Clubs from participating in the WVS 30th Annual Informal New Year's Day Training Run held in Kirby...
Recognition continues to roll in for Lake-Lehman football player Connor McGovern.McGovern, a junior, was named last week as a first-team Class AA all-state offensive lineman by pafootballnews.com.
The Dallas Mountaineer Aquatic Club opened the 2014-15 Northeast PA Age Group Swim League with a victory over the Hanover Aqua Hawks on Saturday, Dec. 6. The following swimmers placed in their events:GIRLS
The junior members of the Dallas High School girls volleyball team recently hosted their annual Dig Pink Game. Each October a home game is designated as the “Dig Pink” game in which money is raised and donated to the Side- Out Foundation...
The Dallas vs. Lake-Lehman girls varsity basketball game was held recently with the Lady Black Knights defeating the Lady Mountaineers, 60-46. Lake-Lehman varsity team members shown here with the annual Black and Blue Lions' Trophy presented...
Back Mountain wrestlers found individual success and the Dallas boys basketball team discovered a new combination to try to snap out of an early-season rut during holiday high school sports...
TRUCKSVILLE — The Rock Solid Academy continued its growth in December when the Christian school in Shavertown made its first venture into interscholastic athletics.
Shavertown's Patrick McGrath made the Christmas Day drive back to West Virginia and got on a bus to South Carolina with his Wheeling Nailers teammates before learning his boyhood dream had come true.