Local Sports
When Penn Statehas the ball Offensive line vs. defensive line Penn State has played, for lack of a more apt term, better up front the last three weeks, bolstered undoubtedly by the healthy returns of LG Miles Dieffenbach and LT Donovan Smith. (read more)
A poll question on the website PennLive.com asked readers to vote on whether they believed Penn State should bench starting quarterback Christian Hackenberg. It doesn’t seem like such a long time ago that the question, as it read, would be ludicrous. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Change isn’t always easy. Bob Stout began his junior year as one of the top defensive ends in the Lackawanna Football Conference. After two seasons, he had become a force against the run and disruptive to quarterbacks in the passing game. (read more)
While assessing his team’s performance in a loss to Manchester last weekend, the greatest compliment coach John Hynes would give the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins was that they played “just OK.” Frankly, the same assessment might apply to the whole first (read more)
In a defeat for the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell, a former federal judge has overturned the indefinite suspension of Ray Rice, the former Baltimore Ravens running back who was videotaped knocking out his fiancée in a hotel elevator. The decision thi (read more)

Recent High School Sports
PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jillian Korgeski Dunmore, Senior A 5-foot-10 outside hitter, she led team to Lackawanna League championship and was the most valuable player in the league. ... Two-time Times-Tribune Player of the Year (2012). ... Finished the season wi (read more)
Player of the Year Tyra Abdalla Abington Heights, Senior Finished season with 22-1 record in singles. ... Three-time Times-Tribune Player of the Year. ... Never lost to a District 2 opponent finishing with a record of 79-0. (read more)
One of the toughest challenges in sports for a coach is to repeat success. It’s becoming common at Scranton Prep, not only on the league and district level, but also now on the state level. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:10:21 14:27:18 Tyra Abdalla was the most fierce girls tennis competitor in District 2. And she did it with a smile. Always pointing to the positive, the Abington Heights senior closed out her career as one of the most decorated athletes in the sport. (read more)