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Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Tamaqua pulls away from PG

On their way out of the locker room at halftime, the Tamaqua Lady Raiders took a quick peak at the final results from last year's two Schuylkill League Division I losses to Pine Grove.

It set the tone for the second half and the Lady Raiders quickly returned the favor this time around with a 53-36 victory.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

(through Jan. 3)

103 - 1. Jacob Hoats, Lehighton, So. (9-3); 2. Colin Mashack, Tamaqua, Fr. (10-2); 3. Kenny Yanovich, Pleasant Valley, Fr. (9-2).

Honorable Mention - Len Ogozalek, Panther Valley, Fr. (9-6); Beniamino Mazzella, Jim Thorpe, So. (4-2).

Notes - Hoats placed second at the Brandywine Heights tournament; Mashack was runner-up at tournaments in Bloomsburg and Mt. Carmel. Yanovich placed second at Pleasant Valley's tournament and third at the Battle at the Beach at Indian River, Delaware.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011
BOB FORD/times news Panther Valley's Mike Weaver (right) looks to take down North Schuylkill's Brett Paul at the Jim Thorpe Duals earlier this season.

Panther Valley has wrestled in some interesting locales over the years.

The Panthers have competed in tournaments at the Dean Dome in Raleigh, North Carolina; Walt Disney World; Las Vegas; and in Idaho.

The latest excursion for the Panthers came at the Seahawk Duals at Hilton Head, South Carolina, last week.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The Marian and Palmerton girls continued their winning ways to highlight Monday's scholastic sports action.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Marian-Shenandoah

Marian turned in another strong defensive performance to beat Shenandoah, 44-28, in Schuylkill League action.

The Fillies (8-0, 3-0) have held six straight opponents to 30 points or less.

Marian was led by Danielle Tristani and Gillian Ferko, who scored 14 and 10 points respectively. Corrine Markiewicz chipped in with eight.

Shenandoah took the JV contest, 37-32.

MARIAN

Monday, January 3, 2011

The 2010 Anthracite Football League released its list of All-League All-Stars recently and plenty of locals were representing their schools with lauds for their accomplishments on the field this past season.

On the First Team of the selections, there were four offensive standouts and one defensive from the TIMES NEWS area. Meanwhile, the area had three second teamers for offense and four defensive lead players.

Monday, January 3, 2011

January 3, 1990 Five Panther Valley players reach double figures in scoring to help their team cruise to an 82-51 Schuylkill League Division III win over Cardinal Brennan. Tom Rosahac scores eight of his game-high 22 points in the opening quarter as the Panthers, coached by Ken Kline, race to a 24-10 lead. Randy Thear also nets eight points in the first frame and finishes with 14. The Panthers also receive 12 points and nine rebounds from Brian Kane while Matt Ligenza also chips in with 12 and Mark Paluck adds 10.

Friday, December 31, 2010
Outdoor Channel program anchored by FOXPRO staff

LEWISTOWN During the past decade, those who view outdoors-related programs on television have seen a perceivable increase in episodes dealing with predator hunting.

Now, just like one of those all-Zeppelin-all-the-time satellite radio stations, The Outdoor Channel has launched a program with an-all-predator-hunting-all-the-time theme for a 15-week run.

Friday, December 31, 2010

As Penn State prepares to tackle Florida in the 25th Outback Bowl in Tampa Saturday, there has been no shortage of storylines on both sides.

The game is being played at Raymond James Stadium, home of the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and will be televised by ABC with a 1 p.m. kickoff.

The Outback Bowl has been good to the Nittany Lions over the years, as they are unbeaten in their three previous trips there.

Friday, December 31, 2010

By MIKE FEIFEL

It is time once again football fans, for the New Year's Day bowl game extravaganza as you gear up to ring in the New Year.

Friday, December 31, 2010

Pennsylvania Game Commission executive director Carl Roe said that beginning New Year's Day Pennsylvania officially will become the 36th member state of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact, under which the worst of convicted wildlife violators will stand to lose their hunting privileges in all states enrolled in the Compact.