Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and West Scranton grad Matt McGloin was back home on Monday, hosting his third annual charity golf tournament at Glen Oak Country Club in Clarks Summit. We caught up with McGloin to get his thoughts on the support he's receiving from his hometown community.
Nearly 70 kids ages six to 14 hit the practice field at Dunmore high school for the inaugural NEPA Youth Football Camp. The clinic was organized by Ryan Runco of Runco Elite Sports Academy and Dunmore defensive coordinator Kevin McHale. The main focus of the camp is to teach kids safety and how to properly execute drills. Campers even got some instruction from an NFL quarterback. West Scranton grad and current Kansas City Chief Matt McGloin was a special guest speaker.
Some of the best players in Lackawanna County hit the practice field before the 84th Scranton Lions Club Dream Game on July 18th. The County team will be coached by Valley View's George Howanitz, he tells Eyewitness Sports it's an honor to be part of such a prestigious all-star game.
The 5th annual Folds of Honor Golf Classic at Woodloch Springs was more than just a conventional round of golf. The extra twists provided a fun backdrop to a serious matter -- raising money for families of those military men and women lost or severely wounded in battle.
Eyewitness Sports caught up with former Olympians Paige Selenski (Dallas High School) and Kelsey Kolojejchick (Wyoming Seminary) as they returned to Luzerne County this weekend to host a field hockey camp for local players.
For the first time this season, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders have won four games in a row, after defeating Buffalo 9-6 at PNC Field on Thursday afternoon. Clint Frazier led the way with a pair of home runs; we have those highlights and Robin Deehan recaps the action from Moosic.