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Much has been made of Big Spring football’s talented youth, but it was the Bulldogs’ small, but steady group of seniors that stole the spotlight in their season finale Saturday, helping the squad secure their first winning record since 2016 with a victory over the Upper Dauphin Trojans at ho…

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The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has announced the cancellation of all mandated regular season and championship competition for fall sports that were to take place over the 2020-21 season. The decision comes following a majority vote of the Board of Directors – the 18 presidents wh…

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After starting their season 0-6, the Big Spring high school volleyball team went 7-3 over their final 10 games, concluding their strong second half with a victory over rivals Shippensburg Thursday evening on the road.

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Big Spring high school girls soccers’ seven seniors took the field for the final time wearing maroon and gold against the rival Shippensburg Greyhounds Monday evening at Bulldog Stadium.

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After missing nine games due to a hip injury, Big Spring senior Mitch Soccio found the back of the net for the Bulldogs’ only goal in a 3-1 loss to the West Perry Mustangs Thursday at Bulldog Stadium.

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Big Spring football’s inexperienced underclassmen showed that they have what it takes to perform under the Friday Night Lights during the Bulldogs’ Week 4 victory over the Trinity Shamrocks Oct. 16 at home, 21-6.

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Big Spring Bulldog 10U Travel Baseball players William Bechtold, Branson Motter and Zane Zimmerman played up an age level on the Newville Yankees 11U baseball team during the Charlie Hoover Fall Classic at the Newville Little League Complex Oct. 17-18.

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Two first half goals from Maylei and Laney Noreika were enough for Big Spring field hockey (3-7) to hold off the Bishop McDevitt Crusaders (1-6) on the road last Wednesday, 2-1.

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Sophomore midfielder Nancy Soccio fends off a Northern defender during the Big Spring girls soccer’s 5-0 loss to the Polar Bears Thursday evening at Bulldog Stadium. Senior goalkeeper Ally Manley made 12 saves in the loss. This week, the Lady Bulldogs (1-8) host James Buchanan Tuesday before…

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Boiling Spring field hockey’s lethal penalty corners accounted for four of the team’s six goals as the Bubblers (5-2) blew past the rival Big Spring Bulldogs (2-5) last Wednesday at Ecker Field, 6-0.

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The Big Spring Lady Bulldogs recorded their first win and their first goals of the season Friday, putting four past York Country Day to secure a much-needed 4-0 victory at home.

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Newville Little League will host eight 9U teams, eight 11U teams and ten 13U teams Oct. 17-18 for the second half of the Charlie Hoover Fall Classic Tournament in what looks to be another great weekend of baseball honoring Hoover, a lifelong NLL volunteer. Newville Little Leaguers will again…

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Aiden McGuire, 9, hit his first career home run Saturday, Sept. 26, against the Smithsburg Blue Crabs on the P1 Field of Newville Little League. Aiden hit an 0-1 pitch to left center field with two runners on base to narrow the deficit to 10-9 in the bottom of the 5th inning. Although the Bi…

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Big Spring junior outside hitter Marlee Johnson returns a ball during Bulldog volleyball’s home opener against the West Perry Mustangs last Thursday. The Bulldogs (0-4) fell to the Mustangs (1-2) by a 3-2 final score. The Bulldogs are back at it with a home match against the James Buchanan R…

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Big Spring goalkeeper Camden Shoemaker wins an aerial battle during Bulldog soccer’s season opener Saturday against the Greencastle Blue Devils. The Bulldogs fell to the Blue Devils 5-0 at Greencastle High School. Elsewhere, the Big Spring field hockey team picked up a 2-0 win over Bishop Mc…

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Freddie Rahmer won his third sprint car feature of the season at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night in the National Open Tune Up race and in doing so the Salfordville speedster expanded his lead in the season-long point standings with just two races to go in the season.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the high school cross country season perhaps more than any other, cancelling all invitationals and severely cutting the number of runners who qualify for the postseason.

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Bulldog football is not the only Big Spring team making the move to a new division, as Big Spring field hockey is also set to leave the Mid Penn Colonial Division and join the Capital Division in 2020.