Dillon Wakefield would not let the Big Spring Bulldogs have another let down.
Saturday’s heavy rain showers held up just long enough for Big Spring cross country to punch their ticket to the district meet and for Bulldog runner Blake Wenger to medal at the Mid Penn Cross Country Championships hosted by Big Spring High School.
Each one of Big Spring field hockey’s five seniors scored at least one goal as the Bulldogs celebrated Senior Night in style with a 12-0 victory over the Middletown Raiders Thursday at Big Spring High School.
The Shippensburg University football team was kept out of the end zone on Saturday at No. 25 Kutztown, dropping a 20-3 decision to the Golden Bears on a rainy and humid night at Andre Reed Stadium.
The host Moravian University Greyhounds scored 21 first-half points and held off a strong second-half push by the Dickinson football team to earn a 21-14 Centennial Conference win on Saturday afternoon at Rocco Calvo Field.
Path Valley Speedway was forced to pull the plug on their racing Saturday after observing weather conditions for the evening, instead of having drivers and fans attend and then deal with another cancellation.
League and playoff implications added to an already great rivalry as the Big Spring Bulldogs hosted the Boiling Springs Bubblers Friday night to decide “The Battle of the Springs.”
The racing action at Path Valley Speedway began Saturday night with a make-up feature for the modified division with Deron Henry at the front. On green, Carl McKinney pulled to the front with Tim Fedder, Henry, Alyssa Rowe and Tom Wakefield in pursuit -- as McKinney picked up the first of hi…
The Shippensburg University field hockey team went to overtime at No. 5 Kutztown on Saturday and posted a 2-1 win in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) play on a cloudy afternoon at Andre Reed Stadium.
The Big Spring High School volleyball team kept their district playoff hopes alive and halted a three-game losing skid by grinding out a tough, back-and-forth contest over a strong Mechanicsburg team Monday at home, 3-1.
The Shippensburg high school girls soccer team was looking for a total effort from their squad to bring a halt to a three-game losing streak, and the Greyhounds stepped up and provided exactly that in what was a much-needed victory over the Big Spring Bulldogs last Tuesday at Bulldog Stadium, 3-0.
The Shippensburg University football team forced five turnovers and led wire-to-wire on Saturday as it dispatched West Chester for the first time in six years, posting a 34-18 victory over the Golden Rams on a cloudy afternoon at Student Association Field at Seth Grove Stadium.
Big Spring soccer’s Cace Oburn scored a first half hat trick, moving him into the top 10 on the Big Spring all-time scoring list, as the Bulldogs stunned previously unbeaten West Perry Thursday afternoon at home, 3-1.
Big Spring quarterback Ethan Eisenberg threw for 218 yards and 3 touchdowns and the Big Spring defense recorded 5 sacks and one big interception return for a touchdown as the Bulldogs opened league play with a tremendous 42-7 victory over the Camp Hill Lions Friday on the road.
The Big Spring High School field hockey team shook off a slight case of the “Mon-daze” to score what turned out to be a comfortable victory over the Milton Hershey Spartans Monday afternoon at home, 6-0.
Carson Macedo won the biggest paying race of his career on Saturday night when he sped to victory in the 59th annual Champion Racing Oil National Open for sprint cars at Williams Grove Speedway.
Brett Perigo overcame strong competition from Bob Gutshall in an exciting Metzler Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman feature Saturday at Path Valley Speedway.
The Big Spring Dawgs Elite 10U team finished second in the 5th annual Dylan C. Crunick Memorial Tournament in Bellefonte Aug. 14-15. The team played a total of five games, finishing the weekend with a 3-2 record.
The Dickinson football team racked up 336 yards and forced three interceptions on the defensive side of the ball to earn their second Centennial Conference victory of the season with a 24-6 win over visiting McDaniel College on Saturday afternoon at Biddle Field.
The Shippensburg University football team was dispatched by No. 21 Shepherd on Saturday, dropping a 59-27 decision in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division game at Ram Stadium.
Brady Olsen scored the decisive goal with 4 minutes remaining in the second half to send the Boiling Springs Bubblers to a dramatic 3-2 victory over the Big Spring Bulldogs Sept. 29 at Bulldog Stadium.
The Big Spring High School football team has run roughshod through the non-league portion of their schedule, outscoring their last three opponents 187-to-40, including a 64-6 drubbing of the James Buchanan Rockets Friday on the road.
The Dickinson football team fell behind 14-0 early and could never recover as the Red Devils fell 31-14 Saturday afternoon to the Susquehanna University River Hawks in Centennial Conference action on the road.
Brian Brown of Grain Valley, Missouri, rocketed to the 410 sprint car win at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night, coming out on top of a duel with Washington’s Devon Borden to get his elusive first career oval checkers worth $6,000. In the 358 sprint main, Carlisle’s Derek Locke official…
The Big Spring High School volleyball team welcomed the rival Shippensburg Greyhounds in front of a large, energetic crowd and a raucous student section for Senior Night Thursday inside the BSHS gym.
Shyann Smith was the leader on lap one in the Limited Late Model division Saturday night at Path Valley Speedway, and remained at the top until the finish of the 25-lap feature to record her first career victory.
The Shippensburg University football team used a 24-point second quarter Saturday to build a sizable lead it would not relinquish, opening Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division play with a 51-7 victory over Bloomsburg on a sunny Parents & Family Day afternoon at …
Big Spring junior golfer Josh Motter finished with a score of 88 to earn a four-way tie for 20th place during the Mid Penn Golf Tournament at Royal Manchester Golf Links Monday. Motter recorded an even par in each of the last four holes of the Manchester course, but was then bested by Carlis…
Big Spring senior Logan Schmidt isn’t the biggest player on the football field, but he is certainly capable of making the biggest impact.
Dominick Melair logged a lap speed at 85.519 mph in an astonishing 10.524 seconds to claim victory in the PASS 305 make-up feature event Saturday at Path Valley Speedway.
Anthony Macri of nearby Dillsburg won the battle and Lance Dewease of Fayetteville won the war in the sprint car races at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night.
The Dickinson College football team earned their first win of the 2021 season with a 34-3 win over the rival Gettysburg College Bullets on Saturday afternoon at Biddle Field in the annual Battle for the Bucket.
The Shippensburg University football team produced 594 yards of total offense on Saturday at Clarion, its most in a game since Week 4 of the 2017 season, as it defeated the host Golden Eagles by a score of 62-33 in non-conference action at Memorial Stadium.
Selinsgrove Speedway’s historic 75th Anniversary Season will culminate with the track’s crown jewel open wheel race, the Jim Nace Memorial 39th Annual National Open for 410 sprint cars presented by River Valley Builders, at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25.
After scoring just four goals total in their six previous regular season contests, the Big Spring Lady Bulldogs found their goal-scoring groove with a lopsided 10-0 victory over the Hanover Nighthawks Thursday at Bulldog Stadium.
Big Spring field hockey’s up and down first two weeks continued with perhaps their most frustrating defeat of the season Monday, a 2-1 loss at Carlisle High School.
The Big Spring High School football team took “taking care of business” to a whole new level in their Week 3 blowout of the Halifax Wildcats Friday on the road.
Landen Lewis came from eighth starting position to the front of the pack in order to win the Legend Cars Summer Slam and collect a purse of $1,300 sponsored by Dr. Zachary Crouse Saturday at Path Valley Speedway.
Redshirt-junior quarterback Brycen Mussina threw two first-quarter touchdowns and redshirt-sophomore running back Bill Williams ran for two touchdowns as the Shippensburg University football team posted a 30-9 road victory at Edinboro on Saturday at sunny Sox Harrison Stadium.