WESTFIELD — The Cowanesque Valley Indians baseball team are gearing up for the 2020 season, and with their lineup completely intact from the 2019 season and also with some new players on the t…
In a best of three series against the Niagara Power, Mansfield was looking to get off to a hot start in the first game of the series. The game started out on a positive note for the Destroyers…
The Mansfield Destroyers are gearing up for a playoff run in their inaugural season in the NYCBL. Mansfield closed out the regular season with four wins in the final week of competition.
The familiar smell of leather and dirt is like an old friend when I pull the glove out of my bag. It feels like forever since I have thrown the ball around. It some ways it has been. When I wa…
After dropping two of their three games last week and falling to 15-17-2 on the season, the Destroyers bounced back with a home win Monday in a pivotal matchup with the Oilers.
Following a win Tuesday, June 11, to start the week, the Mansfield Destroyers recorded three straight losses Wednesday through Friday, before closing out the second week of the New York Colleg…
The Mansfield Destroyers kicked off their inaugural season in the New York Collegiate Baseball League with an 8-5 victory over the Hornell Dodgers.
Family and friends cheered on the athletes at the Little League Day festivities at the Mark Whalen Memorial field in Elkland Saturday, June 8. The weather was perfect for baseball and softball…
The Cowaensque Valley Indians squared off with the Wellsboro Hornets Wednesday, May 1. The Indians started the game with left-handed pitcher Kurtis Easton on the mound.
The Warriors had a rough night on the diamond when they hosted Wyalusing Wednesday, May 1.
The Galeton Tigers fell to Port Allegany and Smethport last week.
Last week started with a high scoring loss to Sayre on Tuesday. After the Redskins scored 16 runs though the first five innings, the Indians rallied back in the last three innings scoring 11 r…
When Coudersport traveled to Galeton Tuesday, April 23, the Falcons got back to their winning ways in dramatic fashion. In their last game, the Falcons lost a close battle with Otto-Eldred 5-4…
The Williamson Warriors baseball teams struggled of late. The Warriors are 0-5 in their last five games and haven’t won since April 10, in Galeton.
The Cowanesque Valley baseball team defeated Williamson in dominant fashion Tuesday, April 16.
GM Brian Gutekunst remained true to his word — and the Packers’ salary-cap checkbook — during free agency.
UW had 73 camps planned for the summer months, as much as 80% of the school's total camp offerings for the year, according to a spokesperson.
California quarterback (and Husker target) Peter Costelli will be deciding on a school later than originally planned, and he's not the only one.
Elsewhere, the Missouri Department of Conservation announced bird and fowl hunting seasons, as well as a new elk hunting season.
During the coronavirus shutdown, Arizona Daily Star staffers and contributors are answering burning sports questions.
Today’s question: If you could watch only one sporting event a year, what would it be?
Here's how a baseball-mad 12-year-old from Van Wert, Ohio, ended up feet away from one of the most unlikely finishes in World Series history.
Josh Barge has people wanting to buy model of stadium in which he used to play.
Members of the Columbia golf community also remembered their favorite moments from the Masters, which has been postponed.
Despite a shortened season, the junior outfielder earned herself the Tigers' first All-America nod since 2016.
AUBURN — If you’re looking for ways to stay in shape during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ryan Russell might be able to help.
A visit to Mike Finch's basement in Calhoun County lasted more than an hour, but that was hardly enough time to look at all the football memorabilia he has.
TUSCALOOSA — Kristian Story was near the end of an All-America senior year when all of a sudden, the ability to tie a nice bow around it was taken away.
LINCOLN — Terrell Newby wants to jump out of planes. He’s had a hunger to do that most of his life, actually, hoping to be part of an Army airborne infantry unit on a mission somewhere in the world.
Penn State football got to work on revamping its offense during the COVID-19 break.
David Moa played six years for the Boise State football team. In 39 career games from 2015-19, the defensive tackle recorded 93 tackles, including 22.5 tackles-for-loss and 11.5 sacks. His best season came as a redshirt sophomore in 2016 when he had 30 tackles, 10.5 tackles-for-loss and 8.5 sacks. He played in just one game as a redshirt senior in 2018 due to an Achilles injury, but received a medical redshirt to return for a sixth year in 2019. He started all 13 games last fall and helped the Broncos to a 12-2 record and a Mountain West Championship. He’s currently training in hopes of getting selected in the upcoming NFL Draft or signing a free agent deal afterwards.