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The folding of the West Shore Twilight League and a global pandemic was working against the Shippensburg Stars getting on the field this summer in what was a highly anticipated campaign for the local semi-pro baseball club.

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Williams Grove Speedway will resume the 2020 racing season coming up this Friday, June 19, at 7:30 p.m. when it hosts a Yellow Breeches 500 event for the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprints and the first race of the season for the HJ Towing and Recovery 358 sprint cars.

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Shippensburg University senior Tommy Haas was named Friday afternoon to the 2020 Academic All-District 2 Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country Team, a prestigious scholastic award selected by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America (CoSIDA).

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Newville Little League is unable to start playing baseball June 1 as originally communicated. However the league is still planning to have a baseball season this summer.  

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For high school seniors participating in spring sports, the coronavirus pandemic denied them a final payoff for their years of hard work and dedication and one final chance to represent their school. The Valley Times-Star has begun recognizing Big Spring spring sports seniors to give them th…

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Shippensburg University senior Gracee Tothero was named Thursday afternoon to the 2020 Academic All-District 2 Women’s At-Large Team, a prestigious scholastic award selected by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America (CoSIDA).

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For high school seniors participating in spring sports, the coronavirus pandemic denied them a final payoff for their years of hard work and dedication and one final chance to represent their school. The Valley Times-Star has begun recognizing Shippensburg spring sports seniors to give them …

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For high school seniors participating in spring sports, the coronavirus pandemic denied them a final payoff for their years of hard work and dedication and one final chance to represent their school. The Valley Times-Star has begun recognizing Big Spring spring sports seniors to give them th…

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For high school seniors participating in spring sports, the coronavirus pandemic denied them a final payoff for their years of hard work and dedication and one final chance to represent their school. The Valley Times-Star has begun recognizing Shippensburg spring sports seniors to give them …

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Penn State Mont Alto freshman baseball player and Big Spring grad Luke Michaels recently participated in a Getting to Know You Q&A series for Penn State Mont Alto spring freshman student-athletes. 

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For the first time in the history of Little League, there will be no Little League World Series this summer. After a thorough assessment of the impact the devastating COVID-19 pandemic has had on 6,500 community-based Little League programs in 84 countries and based upon the direction of gov…

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For high school seniors participating in spring sports, the coronavirus pandemic denied them a final payoff for their years of hard work and dedication and one final chance to represent their school. The Valley Times-Star has begun recognizing Big Spring spring sports seniors to give them th…

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The Shippensburg University Department of Athletics recently named junior Jake Biss (men’s basketball) and senior Gabriella Johnson (volleyball and women’s swimming) as its 2019-20 Student-Athletes of the Year. 

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Shippensburg University’s ace Kyle Lysy was on pace for a dominating senior year on the mound, only eight months after tearing his labrum, before the COVID-19 pandemic brought his comeback season to a screeching halt. 

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Big Spring grads Jarod Anderson and Shannon McCabe both had tremendous high school careers for Bulldog swimming and diving, and the same spirit that made both champions has allowed them to overcome numerous roadblocks to become solid contributors for PSAC powerhouse West Chester.

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Shippensburg University quarterback Brycen Mussina hoped to use the spring season for personal progress and team adjustments, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic took that opportunity away from him and his teammates.

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When you draw up how you want the winning senior class in program history to go out, this wasn’t exactly how Shippensburg University Men’s Basketball coach Chris Fite would have planned it -- missing out on one last chance for their ‘one shining moment.’

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The PIAA Board of Directors met on Monday, March 30, via teleconference to discuss numerous issues, including a brief mention about the coronavirus impact on spring sports and the suspended PIAA Basketball and Class 2A Swimming Championships.

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The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak has been felt by every Big Spring student athlete. No one more so than swimmer Matthew Raudabaugh, who stands to potentially lose out on an opportunity to win a state title.

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The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) announced Monday that the start of spring sports will be pushed back two more weeks, and winter championships remain on hold as state schools remain closed due to the coronavirus.

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March is normally the time for brackets, buzzer-beaters and upsets. But with the NCAA Tournament canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, students in the Big Spring School District have been able to fill the void with a different kind of March Madness.