Pipe Replacement Monday September 25th on Northway Road in Eldred Township

Pipe Replacement Monday September 25th on Northway Road in Eldred Township.

Montoursville, PA – Next week a PennDOT maintenance crew in Lycoming County will replace a large pipe on Route 2029 (Northway Road) in Eldred Township.

Northway Road will be closed between Route 973 and Route 2022 (Pleasant Valley Road) from 7 AM Monday, September 25, to 3 PM Wednesday, September 27.

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Friday Night High School Football Scores

Friday Night High School Football Scores.

LOYALSOCK 42,
HUGHESVILLE 6.

MUNCY 62,
SAYRE 20.

MIFFLINBURG AREA 15,
SHAMOKIN AREA 29.

ARRIOR RUN 22,
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT 55.

WARRIOR RUN 22,
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT 55.

BLOOMSBURG 73,
MILTON 22.

COL.- MONT. VO-TECH 12.
MONTGOMERY 32.

JERSEY SHORE 29,
MONTOURSVILLE 13.

SHIKELLAMY 38,
WILLIAMSPORT 45.

LHU Women’s Soccer falls to SRU

The Lock Haven University women’s soccer team was downed by visiting Slippery Rock today in PSAC action. 

 LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Lock Haven University women’s soccer team (2-4, 2-4 PSAC) fell to visiting Slippery Rock University (4-2-1, 4-1-1) today at home in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) action.

 

The Rock led 1-0 at halftime and used two second half goals to push its way to a 3-0 conference win.

Field Hockey edged 2-1 (OT) by VCU

The Lock Haven University field hockey team was edged 2-1 in overtime today by visiting VCU in A-10 action.

 LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Lock Haven University field hockey team (6-3, 1-2 A-10) opened Homecoming weekend with a narrow 2-1 overtime loss to visiting Virginia Commonwealth (7-1, 2-0 A-10) this afternoon.

After a scoreless first half, Lock Haven took a 1-0 lead 1:39 into the second half. Tamia Roach (Petit Valley, Trinidad and Tobago/St. Joseph’s Convent Port-of-Spain) drilled a penalty corner shot to the far post that deflected home off a VCU defender.

Penn College Students Again Among ‘Best of the Best’ in HVAC

Penn College Students Again Among ‘Best of the Best’ in HVAC.

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Pennsylvania College of Technology students have received two of the six $5,000 national scholarships awarded this year. Penn College winners are Thomas E. Daros Jr., of North Salem, New York – now a three-time recipient – and Garth J. Reish, of Millheim. More on WOL news.