The Great 8 High School Football Countdown reaches team #3. The Southern Columbia Tigers may have made the jump to AA but they will still be a force.
The Selinsgrove Seals hit our Great 8 High School Football Countdown at the 5 spot. The Seals are back and healthy for 2014.
The Troy Trojan return all kinds of talent from a 2013 team that made a run at the playoffs.
The Schuylkill Haven Hurricanes return talent all over the field for 2014 and they make the Great 8 at number 7.
The Rangers are going to return their backfield from a 2013 team that went 8-2 in the regular season.
The Dunmore Bucks may have graduated a lot of talent in the backfield but this team doesn't rebuild, they reload. Jack Henzes looks to lead the Bucks to another undefeated regular season.
Lakeland High School finished as the district runner up to Lake-Lehman a year ago... they have no intentions of missing out on district gold this time around.
The Abington Heights Comets graduated some talent but carry a winning tradition into 2014
The hype around this years Jim Thorpe football team is huge, can the Olympians meet expectations?
Scranton Prep is looking to groom a new class of lineman with the graduation of Noah Beh.
The Hurricanes finished 2013 with a loss to eventual state runner-up Old Forge, that is the fuel to their fire this year.
The Scranton Knights return Jake McCarthy in the backfield and as long as the line can provide him with a crease the Knights will be fine.
The Black Knights lost leading rusher Dustin Jones in the backfield but they feel that his replacement can makeup for the yardage lost to graduation.
Mount Carmel has historically been a Pennsylvania powerhouse in football, they don't expect that to change this year.
For the first time In a decade minor league baseball will host high school football in Lackawanna County.
The Mountaineers have to overcome the loss of their QB. Mike Nikorak didn't gradate but instead plans on working on his baseball game.
High School Football camp opens for the 2014 campaign. A.J. Donatoni takes us around the Eastern half of the state to hear what day 1 was like for everyone.
A.J. Donatoni breaks down another High School Football media day, this one takes us to Schuylkill County.
High School Football teams from all across District IV gathered in Loyalsock Township to preview the 2014 season, Joe Garrison has the story.
The entire Lackawanna League gathers at the Regal Room in Olyphant to talk about the upcoming high school football season.
The County snaps a four game losing skid in the Dream game, 14-7 the final.
The players and coaches prep for the Dream Game that is scheduled for Wednesday July 30th
Ladainian Tomlinson holds a camp in Athens, PA to help High School football players prepare to play at the next level.
Several High School wrestlers from Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania are headed to Florida for an elite wrestling dual, A.J. Donatoni has the story.
Several NFL players visit Columbia County for youth football camps.
All three local baseball/softball teams playing in State College on Friday garner PIAA state gold.
The Minersville Softball team boasts a rich tradition of winning, A.J. Donatoni introduces us to the team that is going for PIAA gold on Friday.
Five local teams compete to play for a State Title on Friday. Here is a look at a Monday in the semifinals.
Tamaqua and Jersey Shore's playoff baseball game came down to the final out. Check out the dramatic finish and the rest of our local high school baseball and softball state contenders.
The State baseball and softball tournaments got going on Monday and our teams were well represented in Round 1.
The Loyalsock and Bloomsburg baseball teams battle to see who will take the District IV AA crown.
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins hope to even their series with the St. John's IceCaps and District 4 softball hits the championship round at Elm Park.
District Championships are on the line as the state tournament gets closer, check the highlights from Wednesday.
A look at a day in sports from Hazleton/Williamsport Softball to NASCAR testing at Pocono Raceway.
Several athletes from our area make the medal stand day two of the PIAA state track and field meet.
George Curry holds Quarterback Camp in Berwick, it brings together some of the areas best talent under center.
Several of our High School Track and Field athletes compete for PIAA Gold in Shippensburg.
The Loyalsock Lancers try to prove that they still have what it takes to bring home another state title. It all starts in the District 4 tournament on Tuesday.
Our cameras rolled on the District 11 Track and Field finals and some District 2 baseball games on Thursday night.
The District II AA Track and Field meet is a chance to make it to states in Shippensburg. Our local athletes battled for a spot at Scranton Memorial Stadium on Tuesday.
A Williamsport hurdler has the chance to go to the land down under to perfect his craft.
The Robert Spagna meet at Scranton Memorial Stadium features some of the best talent in our area on the Track. Check out the highlights from Tuesday's meet.
The Valley West Baseball team used an early 3-0 lead to fend off Hazleton in District II Baseball action on Monday afternoon.
Two of the Valley's finest girls lacrosse teams met on Monday at Flood Elementary School in Wilkes-Barre.
The 59th running of the Jordan Relays was held at Scranton Memorial Stadium on Thursday night.
The North Schuylkill Track and Field team has two standouts at High Jump and Discus. AJ Donatoni introduces us to the lady Spartans that are going for gold this year.
The Valley View Baseball team wins a close game against West Scranton at the home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
Hazleton Senior Bowler Alyssa Balicki will take her bowling talents to LIU Brooklyn next year to compete at the college level.
The Delaware Valley baseball team gets a win against Honesdale and stays undefeated in league play.
East Stroudsburg South sprinter Demetrius Lanier set a school record in the 100M Dash earlier this season and in doing so posted a time that would have won him state gold a year ago.