Thursday, November 8, 2018

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Green Heron at the Rose Valley Lake

Green Heron at the Rose Valley Lake (Photo by John Green)
Rose Valley Lake is a treasure for the citizens and tourists of North Central PA. This heron was looking for lunch in the reeds. Just a beautiful bird that visits our lakes.

INFORMAION:
The green heron is a small heron of North and Central America. Butorides is from Middle English butor "bittern" and Ancient Greek -oides, "resembling", and virescens is Latin for "greenish".
Mass: 6.2 oz (Adult)
Length: 16 - 18
Green herons are small and stocky, with legs that are relatively short, compared to other herons.

Friday, September 14, 2018

South Williamsport scores in first quarter and misses the two point conversion at Muncy



Women's Soccer - Johansson assists Warriors to win over Penn State-Altoona

Freshman Elin Johansson assisted on three goals for the Warriors on Friday. (Courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information)
ALTOONA, Pa. – Freshman Elin Johansson (Göteborg, Sweden / Shattuck-St. Mary’s (Minn.)) provided three assists, all in the first half, to provide the spark for the Lycoming College women’s soccer team, as it won its first game of the year, 3-1, on the road at Penn State-Altoona in non-conference action at Spring Run Stadium on Friday night, Sept. 14.

Trinity Sports Holdings Adds East London Football Club


Dagenham & Redbridge FC Joins Memphis 901 FC, Williamsport Crosscutters, & Others in Ownership Portfolio
Trinity Sports Holdings, whose interests include the Williamsport Crosscutters, Memphis 901 FC and the Memphis Redbirds, among others, has taken over ownership of Dagenham & Redbridge Football Club in England’s National League.

Under the newly-created Victoria Road Football, LLC, Principal Owner Peter B. Freund, President Craig Unger, and soccer legend Tim Howard will pilot the club, which is based in East London, England. The trio is coming off the successful launch of Memphis 901 FC, the Division II club based at AutoZone Park in Downtown Memphis.

Week Four Football Predictions


Williamsport, PA - It is week four of the 2018 football season and I am predicting nice weather and these winners. After three weeks I am 29-12 for a 71% winning average. So here are some thoughts I have after researching information for week four.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Golf – Marks Finishes Sixth; Wildcats Fourth at Keuka.

Courtesy of Penn College Sports Information
PENN YAN, N.Y. – Tyler Marks fired 76, finishing sixth, and helped Penn College to fourth place finish at the Keuka College Fall Invitational Wednesday.
SUNY Canton’s Matt Russell topped the 60-man field with 73 on the 6,549-yard, par 72, course. Canton bested the 11-team tournament with 319.
Penn College finished with 323, just behind Canton, Medaille, and Oswego.
Austin Moscariello (81) was tied for 13thNed Baumbach (82) finished tied for 21stEli Dyer (83) tied for 24th, and Brian Wheelan (85) placed 30th.
Penn College returns to the links Tuesday at Elizabethtown.

Men's Soccer - Regionally-ranked Warriors shutout Medaille, 1-0

Junior Alex Henry assisted the game winning goal Wednesday against Medaille. (Courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information)
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Freshman Tajhon Willis (Edgewood, Md./Joppatowne) scored the first goal of his career and senior Chris Solecki (Hainesport, N.J./Lenape) captured his fourth shutout of the season as the Lycoming College men’s soccer team defeated defending Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference champs Medaille, 1-0, at Dobson Field in a non-conference game on Wednesday, Sept 12.

Warriors fall to Penn College in Battle for the Lumber

Courtesy of Lycoming Sports Information
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Sophomore Elle Sarracco (Wantage, N.J./High Point Regional) scored her first goal of the season to cut the lead to one in the 64th minute, but Penn College was able to hold off several attacks late from the Lycoming College women’s soccer team for a 2-1 non-conference decision in the annual Battle for the Lumber at the Shangraw Athletic Complex on Wednesday evening, Sept. 12.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Women's Volleyball - Warriors comeback falls short at Widener

CHESTER, Pa. – Another solid defensive effort that saw the Lycoming College volleyball team post five more digs than Widener University helped Lycoming stage a comeback from two sets down, but Widener was able to hold on for a 3-1 (25-14, 25-13, 19-25, 25-22) win in MAC Commonwealth action at the Schwartz Center on Tuesday night, Sept. 11.

Senior Emily Hepner (Leesport, Pa./Schuylkill Valley) led all players with 14 kills to go with two aces and junior Lilly Singleton (Hanover, Pa./Delone Catholic) added eight kills and eight digs, as Lycoming (6-3 overall, 1-1 MAC Commonwealth) posted 39 digs in the match.

Sophomore Kiannah Titus (Clay, N.Y./Baldwinsville) added a team-high nine kills, sophomore Elle Jednorski (Forest Hill, Md./Fallston) and junior Alysa McDevitt (Warminster, Pa./Archbishop Wood) finished with five. Junior Emily Morris (Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Sachem North) added four kills, five digs and 28 assists.

Widener (8-2 overall, 1-0 MAC Commonwealth) was led by 15 kills, eight digs and four aces from Nicole Dorman and 23 assists and six aces from Emma Wilcox.

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