21-year old Jordan Spieth won the U.S. Open in the state of Washington Sunday, capturing his second major of the season. Dustin Johnson had a chance to win and even force a tie on the final... Read more
Pennsylvania defeated Maryland 20-3 Saturday in a storm-shortened Big 33 Football Classic in Hershey. South Fayette quarterback Brett Brumbaugh threw three first-half touchdowns for Pa., inc... Read more
The Butler BlueSox lost their fifth game in a row last night, dropping a 4-1 decision to the first-place Jamestown Jammers. The Sox outhit Jamestown 6-5, but left seven men on base. The game... Read more
Lernerville Speedway will host the World of Outlaws Late Models for the three-day Firecracker 100 event beginning Thursday. Defending track champions Alex Ferree, Carl Bowser and Rex King Jr... Read more
Erik Jones won both Nascar events over the weekend in two different states. Jones won the rain-delayed X-FINITY Series race Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway after passing Hartford, Ohio native... Read more
The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Chicago White Sox 3-2 last night to win the eighth straight game. The Bucs took all four games of the series with the White Sox split between two cities.... Read more
The Pittsburgh Penguins have hired Mike Sullivan as their new head coach in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. The team is their top minor league affiliate in the American Hockey League. The 47-year old... Read more
The Butler BlueSox fell to West Virginia 5-1 last night. Butler starting pitcher Tyler Slepski lost for the first time this season, allowing two runs on six hits over two innings. He did not... Read more
It is mid-season champion week at Lernerville Speedway tonight and at Mercer Raceway Park tomorrow night. The winners of each of the Fab Four events tonight at Lernerville receive provisiona... Read more
Tickets for next year’s fifty-eighth running of the DAYTONA 500 will go on sale this coming Monday at 9 am. It’ll be the first “five hundred” to be run following completion of the four hund... Read more
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