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Kentucky’s Obee making great strides this year at Little League World Series

August 22, 2016 By CHRIS MASSE For The Express Casual fans who attended last year’s Little League Baseball World Series and have returned might not realize they are looking at the same player. more »»

Player’s mom inspires Iowa team at LLWS

August 22, 2016 By CHRIS MASSE For The Express As Jen Garcia conducted a television interview Friday, her son, JT, crushed a Little League World Series home run, helping Midwest titlist Johnston, Iowa, stun West... more »»

Kishbaugh returns to Wildcats as assistant, says O-line looking good

August 20, 2016 By NICK SEITZER nseitzer@lockhave. more »»

Endwell is in spotlight at LLWS

August 20, 2016 By CHRIS MASSE For The Express Scott Rush always remembers the moment. He makes sure his players do too. more »»

New England’s Warwick is resilient

August 20, 2016 By CHRIS MASSE For The Express A year after watching their league’s girls finish second in the world, the boys are showing they are mighty good too. more »»

More options on O-line for PSU this fall

August 19, 2016 By CORY GIGER For The Express UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State finally has some options on the offensive line. more »»

LHU women’s soccer takes No. 16 in Coaches’ Poll

August 17, 2016 LOCK HAVEN — The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) has announced the 2016 Preseason Women’s Soccer Coaches’ Poll and the Lock Haven University women’s soccer team has checked in at N. more »»

Trial set for McQueary whistleblower suit against Penn State

August 17, 2016 BELLEFONTE (AP) — A judge has set an Oct. 17 trial date for the whistleblower lawsuit filed by former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary. more »»

LHU ranks No. 9 in PSAC men’s soccer poll

August 16, 2016 LOCK HAVEN — The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) has announced the 2016 Preseason Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Poll and the Lock Haven University men’s soccer team has checked in at No. more »»

Keystone falls one game short of LLWS after 6-2 loss to Maine Endwell

August 14, 2016 By BRETT R. CROSSLEY bcrossley@lockhaven. more »»

Keystone parents don’t forget what’s important during a week in Bristol

August 13, 2016 By BRETT R. CROSSLEY bcrossley@lockhaven.com BRISTOL, Conn.—Keystone’s trip to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament in Bristol, Conn., hasn’t been all about baseball. more »»

Keystone falls to Maine Endwell 6-2

August 13, 2016 Keystone's chance at qualifiing for the Little League World Series came to end as Maine Endwell won 6-2 in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship. more »»

Sandusky emphatically denies he’s guilty of abusing boys

August 13, 2016 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press BELLEFONTE— Jerry Sandusky forcefully asserted his innocence and described his own sexual history Friday during an hour of testimony as he seeks to have his child... more »»

PSU looking for revamped scecial teams this season

August 13, 2016 By BEN BRIGANDI For The Express STATE COLLEGE — Thoughts alone of Saquon Barkley returning kickoffs this fall jolt the image of Penn State’s special teams, a unit that struggled through Joe Paterno’... more »»

Franklin knows PSU is better, hopes to see it play that way on the field

August 12, 2016 By CORY GIGER For The Express UNIVERSITY PARK — James Franklin has no doubt that the overall Penn State football team — 105 players top to bottom — is “dramatically better” than it has been during... more »»

Keystone's game against Capitol City is in a lightening delay

August 12, 2016 Keystone leads Capitol City 7-3. The game is currently in a lightening delay. more »»

Gesicki eager to prove himself at TE this season for the Nittany Lions

August 12, 2016 By NEIL RUDEL FOR THE EXPRESS UNIVERSITY PARK — Through two seasons at Penn State, tight end Mike Gesicki is known more for the plays he hasn’t made than the ones he has. more »»

More than a trade: Man travels to Little League tournaments in search of pins

August 12, 2016 By BRETT R. CROSSLEY bcrossley@lockhaven.com BRISTOL, Conn.— In 1987, Dave Jelenic’s friend handed him three pins while they were taking in their first Little League World Series in Williamsport. more »»

Age does not define impact for Keystone’s Nate Helms

August 11, 2016 By BRETT R. CROSSLEY bcrossley@lockhaven.com BRISTOL, Conn. — Nate “Hollywood” Helms might have the coolest nickname on Keystone’s Major Baseball team. more »»

Thomas Fieldhouse Annex to be dedicated in honor of local couple

August 11, 2016 LOCK HAVEN – On Friday, September 9 at 1 p.m., Lock Haven University will honor the many years of support and generosity of Ron and Jo Ann Bowes by naming the Thomas Fieldhouse Annex in their honor. more »»

 
 
 

 

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