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30 years ago Moscow outsluggged Dunmore, 12-11, to win the District 11 American Legion Sebastianelli Division second-half title. Brian Fagan ripped a three-run triple to tie the game and Bill Roberti drove in Fagan with the winning run. Gene McHale smacke (read more)
It was a hot July evening 31 years ago and I remember it well. My first job in print journalism was as a sports writer for The Wayne Independent in Honesdale, and the town’s Little Baseball Association was playing in the Babe Ruth section tournament in Mi (read more)
Photo:                                     , License: N/A, Created: 2015:07:31 19:59:37 The success of the RailRiders’ potent offense this season starts at the top. Most of the time, it starts with Ben Gamel. Inserted into the leadoff spot in late May, the outfielder has been the catalyst that jumpstarts the International League’s best offen (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Q&A WITH AARON JUDGE Three weeks ago, the 23-year-old outfielder got his first opportunity to play in a major league stadium, as he took part in the MLB All-Star Futures Game at Great American Ball Park. Judge spoke with staff writer Shane Hennigan about (read more)
A NOTE & A NUMBER ■ NOTE: The RailRiders entered Saturday’s game having won nine of their last 10 and stood a season-high-tying 12 games above .500 at 60-48. The last time the RailRiders were 12 games over .500 was on June 24 when an 8-1 victory over Loui (read more)

Recent High School Sports
Archbald defeated State College, 11-1, in five innings Thursday in the Pennsylvania 9-10-year-old softball tournament at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. (read more)
Maranda Runco pitched a one-hitter and added a home run, a double and drove in three runs as Archbald defeated Loyalsock, the Section 3 champion, 16-0, on Tuesday in the 9-10-year old Little League Softball state tournament at the University of Pittsburgh at Bedford. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:07:22 06:30:48 Thomas Ware spent his career doing what he could to help turn around his football team’s fortunes. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:07:22 06:43:32 Each Thursday during the fall, the Delaware Valley senior football players would get together for a pasta dinner at quarterback Brett Cohen’s house. (read more)

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