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U of S honors top student-athletes

Apr 16

Forty-nine University of Scranton fall sport student-athletes were honored for their work in the classroom, landing a spot on the Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll.

Danzig placed on All-Academic team

Apr 16

Ross Danzig (Clarks Green/Abington Heights/Blair Academy-NJ), a junior guard on The University of Scranton men's basketball team, added another award to an already-impressive resume. Only this time, he was honored for his exploits...

Prep falls to Scranton in league game

Apr 16

Scranton defeated Scranton Prep, 9-6, in a Lackawanna League Division 1 contest April 9. Clarks Summit resident Kevin Bannon had two hits and scored two runs for Scranton Prep.

Lady Warriors top Trail in extras

Apr 16

FACTORYVILLE — Elk Lake struck for six runs in the top of the first inning, but it was the single run they pushed across in the ninth that proved to be the difference as the Lady Warriors outlasted Lackawanna Trail, 11-10, in a...

Keystone student-athletes honored at luncheon

Apr 15

Keystone College honored 49 student-athletes on April 15 at the athletic department's 6th annual Academic Excellence Luncheon held in Evans Hall of the Hibbard Campus Center.

Alley Cats bowling scores

Apr 15

Alley Cats League Scores from April 8 at South Side Lanes:Team Standings: Lynx-38, Siamese-36, Wildcats-32, Bobcats-31, Manx-31, Panthers-28, Tigers-23, Calicos-21

Keystone softball sweeps doubleheader

Apr 14

Keystone College celebrated Senior Day on April 13 with a doubleheader sweep of Rosemont College in Colonial States Athletic Conference softball action at Edmunds Field.

Keystone men's tennis team wins first match

Apr 14

Keystone College's men's tennis team claimed their first victory of the season on April 13 , defeating Rosemont College 8-1 in Colonial States Athletic Conference action.

Keystone baseball romps Gwynedd Mercy

Apr 14

Keystone College's baseball team defeated Gwynedd Mercy University in the rubber match of a key, regular season series, 16-1, in Colonial States Athletic Conference action on April 13.

Keystone shuts out Montclair St.

Apr 10

Keystone College scored five runs in the fourth inning of a non-conference baseball game April 9 before adding eight runs in the fifth on their way to a 15-0 win over the Red Hawks at Yogi Berra Stadium in Montclair, NJ.

President's Golf Classic set for May 19

Apr 9

A tradition of raising money for Baptist Bible College & Seminary student scholarships through play at a championship-caliber golf course will continue this May.

Seven Giants named to NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad

Apr 9

Seven Keystone College field hockey players were honored March 19 as the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced the 2013 Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad. The squad recognizes student-athletes...

Burke commits to run at Edinboro

Apr 9

Abington Heights senior Melissa Burke signed a national letter of intent to continue her track career at Edinboro University.

Klingman to receive Peter A. Carlesimo Award

Apr 9

In a successful and storied career in collegiate athletics as a player, coach and administrator, Steve Klingman has made many contributions to both The University of Scranton and the local soccer community.

Prep downs Trail

Apr 9

Scranton Prep defeated Lackawanna Trail, 16-6, in six innings in a non-league game as part of the 2nd annual Bill Howerton Strikeout Cancer Weekend Sunday at Keystone College.

Keystone field hockey earns NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award

Apr 9

Keystone College's field hockey team was honored March 18 as a recipient of the 2013 Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award for the second straight year.

Show earns national award

Apr 9

Abington Heights senior J.C. Show was named the 2013-14 Pennsylvania Gatorade boys basketball Player of the Year. He was honored for the accomplishment at the Glen Oak County Club April 6. Show celebrated the award with his coaches and...

Wrestling club takes varied approach at training

Apr 9

Young wrestlers looking to improve their skills on the mat during the offseason while also experimenting with other forms of martial arts have a outlet through the Abington Area Wrestling Club.

Lady Lions fall to Mountain View in track

Apr 8

Lackawanna Trail split its track meet with Mountain View on March 2. The boys won 85-61, but the girls lost 103-40.

LT staff members run in half marathon

Apr 8

Six teachers from the Lackawanna Trail High School participated in the Scranton Half Marathon April 6 in Scranton.

Lady Lions win softball opener

Apr 7

Lackawanna Trail defeated Susquehanna, 3-2, in their softball opener March 3 at home.Meghan Healey led the Lady Lions with three hits and two RBI's.

Alley Cats Bowling League scores

Apr 2

Scores from April 1Team Standings: Siamese-36, Lynx-35, Wildcats-29, Manx-29, Panthers-27, Bobcats-27, Tigers-21, Calicos-20

Keystone men's golf places third at Spring Invitational

Apr 2

Keystone College's men's golf team recorded a combined score of 359 on March 1 to place third out of six teams at the Susquehanna University Spring Invitational held at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club. The Giants...

Junior Comets sign up dates set

Apr 2

Abington Junior Comets football and cheerleading sign-ups are underway. Walk-in registration will be held Wednesday, April 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday April, 12 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Abington Heights High School Field House.

Wyoming Seminary to offer spring lacrosse program

Apr 2

Children ages 4 to 8 years old who are interested in learning to play the game of lacrosse are invited to register for the second Cradle Lacrosse program this spring at Wyoming Seminary Upper School, Kingston.

Clarke earns USTFCCCA All-Academic honors

Apr 2

Keystone College men's cross country runner Justin Clarke, a graduate of Lackawanna Trail, recently became one of 228 men to earn U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic accolades.

Keystone baseball to host 2nd annual “Ball Fore” golf tournament on May 10.

Apr 2

Keystone College's baseball team will host their 2nd annual “Ball Fore” golf tournament on Sunday, May 4 at the Stonehedge Country Club in Factoryville. Registration forms and sponsorship packages for the charity event...

Local teams aim to Strike Out Cancer

Apr 2

Keystone College's baseball team will participate in the 2nd annual Bill Howerton Strike Out Cancer Weekend in April. The Giants will take on Immaculata University on Friday, April 4 at 3 p.m. at Keystone's Christy Mathewson...

Abington Raptors win two tournaments

Apr 2

The Abington Raptors, a U-11 boys travel soccer team, which represents Abington Youth Soccer, are looking to continue their winning ways going into 2014. The Raptors took first place in the 2013 Pocono Cup Memorial Day Tournament and...

OLP cheerleaders place first

Apr 2

The Our Lady of Peace cheerleaders placed first in a competition at All Saints Academy on Sunday, March 2.Participating were hosts All Saints Academy, Holy Rosary, LaSalle Academy, St. Paul/St. Clare, and OLP.

Prep downs Tunkhannock

Apr 2

Scranton Prep defeated Tunkhannock, 6-4, in a Wyoming Valley Conference lacrosse match March 26 at the University of Scranton.

Tennis preview

Apr 2

Experienced Comets ready for season
After advancing to the first-round of states last season, and returning many of its starters, the Abington Heights boys tennis team hopes to build off that success.

Baseball preview

Apr 2

Comets, Lions aim to peak in the playoffs
Abington Heights and Lackawanna Trail both have lofty goals as they enter the start of the 2014 baseball season.

Denton and Pembleton earn weekly CSAC awards

Mar 31

Keystone College baseball players Dan Denton and Mike Pembleton were both honored on March 31 as the Colonial States Athletic Conference announced their weekly award winners. Denton was named the CSAC Hitter of the Week and Pembleton...

Lions down Sabers in volleyball match

Mar 31

Lackawanna Trail defeated Susquehanna, 3-1, in a Lackawanna League boys volleyball match at home March 27. Aiden Holmes had nine kills and five aces for the Lions. Colin Walsh added five kills and nine digs in the win.

Alley Cats bowling league scores

Mar 28

Alley Cats bowling league - scores from March 25 at South Side Lanes in Scranton:Team Standings: Siamese-33, Lynx-32, Wildcats-28, Bobcats-26, Manx-26, Panthers-24, Tigers-20, Calicos-19

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