April 12, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Local teen preparing for racing season

Cameron County's teenage racecar driver hopes to take the next step as a defending champion entering the 2008 season. More...

Stavisky signs

Slugger with Lancaster team

Port Allegany native Brian Stavisky, once on the doorstep of major league baseball, is taking a career detour this season. More...

Named football coach

For the first time since the mid-1970s, Coudersport High School has a head football coach whose last name isn't Simcoe. More...

Pitch, hit and run next weekend

Austin Baseball Association will host a free local round of the national Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run competition on Sunday, April 20, at 2 pm at the Gary Williams Memorial Baseball Fields. Registration will be from noon until 1:30. More...

Falcons move to 4-0

Coudersport is off to a 4-0 start in high school softball, coming off Wednesday night's 3-0 win over visiting Kane. Pitcher Karli Duffee tamed the Wolves with nine strikeouts while walking just one and scattering four hits. More...

Mountain View Bowling Center results, standings

Following are recent results from Mountain View Bowling Center: Ladies Merchant League: East End Beverage 88-32, Furniture for Less 77-43, K of C 72-48, Mountain View 66-54, Pitt Stop 41-79. More...

Red (hot) Raiders rolling!

Hornung hurls a no-hitter hitter

Garrett Hornung pitched a no-hitter and David Lyon was a one-man wrecking crew with his bat as the redhot Cameron County varsity baseball team rolled to a 15- 0 win at Otto-Eldred Thursday night. More...

Late rally gets Bradford by Lady Raiders

A strong Bradford team held off a late rally to defeat visiting Cameron County, 8- 4, in varsity softball competition on Wednesday. Pitcher Shelly Fuhrman kept the Red Raider bats at bay with no-hit pitching until the sixth inning. More...

Golf outing

Bucktail Lodge Fraternal Order of Police will hold its annual golf outing on Wednesday, June 11, at the St. Marys Country Club. Cost is $50 for members and $60 for non-members. It covers 18 holes, cart, beverages on course and a dinner buffet. More...