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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.

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After a more than six-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Big Spring High School sports will make their long awaited return to the field when Jack Shulenberger, pictured, and the Bulldog varsity football team hosts the James Buchanan Rockets this Friday at Bulldog Stadium for a 7 p.m.…

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Jesse Snyder, who began 2020 in retirement, having sold his car to Pork Sell, returned for a cameo appearance in that car and won the special 30 lap Semi Late event at Bedford Sep. 6. Garrett Bard made it look easy winning the special 305 sprint event and Taylor Farlling acted similarly in t…

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The Big Spring High School golf team opened the 2020 fall high school sports season with a third place overall finish and two golfers in the top 5 of the individual leaderboard in their first Mid Penn Colonial Division golf match Thursday at Eagles Crossing Golf Club.

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The month of August has been a month of consistency for the Bloserville Bandit Chevy Powered Number 8 Limited Late Model Driver Taylor Farlling. With the already shortened season in full swing, this young driver has found momentum going into the second half of the race season. Recently provi…

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Big Spring varsity baseball coach Josh Petty has decided to step down from his post after five seasons in charge of the program in order to spend more time with his family and to work on other projects. 

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The Big Spring Bulldog travel baseball team’s 10 oldest 9U players combined with 10-year-olds Parker Hamman and Drew Graver Barnouski to finish runner-up at the 10U level during the Beat the Heat Baseball Tournament held at the Newville Little League Complex Aug. 22 and 23. 

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Former Shippensburg University basketball player Justin McCarthur has reached an agreement with Delikatesas Joniškis, a basketball team that plays in the National Basketball League (NKL). The NKL is the second-tier league in Lithuania and consists of 14 teams.

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The Cumberland Valley Rail-Trail’s rescheduled TrailFest is on and in person. The 10K & 5K race and the 25-mile bike ride will be held Friday, Sept. 4, with a limited field size and in conjunction with Ship First Fridays. The event will include food trucks, a beer garden and live music. …

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The Shippensburg University Department of Athletics has announced a new ONESHIPVotes campaign that focuses on voter registration, voter education, and voter participation for all student-athletes, coaches, and staff for the general election, state elections and local elections.

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The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, the state’s governing body for high school sports, took another step toward a final decision on the upcoming fall high school sports season by meeting with representatives of Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration Friday, Aug. 14.

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Friendship Hose Co. 47 plated nine runs in the bottom of the first inning and later added a big three-run blast from Caydn Brletich to win a slugfest against J&A Lawncare in Majors Division action Aug. 12 at the Little League Complex, 14-7.

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Clinton Hersh rallied from the pack to win the Limited event at Bedford Speedway Friday night. In other action, Brian Weyandt Jr., Kyle Deneen also won before Colin Welsh scored an emotional first-ever 4 Cylinder win.

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Greg “Spike” Moore was the big winner in Friday action at Bedford Speedway, taking the 20-lap Limited headliner at the track. In other action on a wild Friday program, Chubby Childers rallied for his first ever Semi Late win, Mike Aotobelli Jr. won the EMod event and Kyle Deneen was the Pure…