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After being stuck on 999 career points following Big Spring’s loss at Northern, Bulldog junior Matthew Ward broke through the 1,000th career-point plateau less than 24 hours later Tuesday night on the road against the Shippensburg Greyhounds.

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Big Spring wrestling looks to be peaking at the right time after a dominant display in their dual meet finale Saturday at home against the Susquenita Blackhawks, 51-19.

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The Shippensburg University softball team was voted No. 4 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Preseason Coaches’ Poll released Friday afternoon by the league office. The PSAC preseason polls are voted on by the league’s head coaches.

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The Big Spring High School basketball team kicked off a tough stretch of games this week with a setback against Colonial Division front-runners Northern Monday in Dillsburg, 72-41.

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Big Spring basketball celebrated the high school careers of three of their seniors prior to their senior night loss to Northern Friday evening at Big Spring High School. Joining them in spirit was a fourth senior, former Bulldog standout JT Kuhn, who tragically passed away due to a heart con…

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The Penn State Mont Alto athletic department finished the fall 2020 academic semester with a department grade-point average of 3.16, maintaining a high level of academic success despite adversity as a result of the ongoing pandemic. It was the seventh consecutive semester that Mont Alto’s at…

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Veteran wrestlers Andrew Adams and Eli Gregoris recorded the only two victories for Big Spring wrestling during a dual meet loss against neighboring Carlisle last Tuesday on the road, 58-12.

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Colonial Division front-runners Northern exploded for 30 second quarter points and 67 points overall to spoil Big Spring basketball’s Senior Night Friday at BSHS, 67-42.

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The annual showdown between the Big Spring Bulldogs and the Boiling Springs Bubblers on the wrestling mat took place in a much different setting than usual Saturday in what was the latest chapter of the far-from-normal 2021 winter sports season.

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Big Spring swimmers Matthew Raudabaugh and Mattea Penner each won a pair of individual events as the Bulldogs earned a split against the Shippensburg Greyhounds Friday at home.

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Big Spring junior wrestler Eli Gregoris went a perfect 5-0, registering three pinfall victories to help the Bulldogs record a pair of dual meet victories Saturday at the Gettysburg Duals.

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Once the Big Spring High School girls basketball team got going there was no stopping them, as they recorded their second blowout victory in as many nights with a 57-25 triumph over the Camp Hill Lions Saturday at home.

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While you don’t often see district superintendents attend sporting events, Big Spring Superintendent Richard Fry has spent 16-plus years glued to the sidelines.

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Editor’s note: David K. Justice, Shippensburg Class of 1957, recalls the origin of the Big Spring-Shippensburg ‘Little Brown Jug’ rivalry football game. The year 2020 would have been the 65th anniversary of this game and the Jug, but the game was not played due to COVID-19. 

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Big Spring field hockey received state-wide recognition for their tremendous work on the field and in the classroom with the recently released Pennsylvania High School Field Hockey Coaches Association (PSHSFHCA) 2020 awards.

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The graduation of 6-foot, 6-inch forward and 1,000 point scorer Gavin Pritchard leaves the Big Spring Bulldogs with a gaping hole in their frontcourt. But instead of trying to fill that hole, the Bulldogs plan to pivot and go all in on going small, playing five outside the paint at times thi…

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced last week that all high school sports in the state will be put on hold for a period of three weeks ending Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, in order to mitigate the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has left many high school swim teams with a bare bones roster. Big Spring swimming is no exception, but what they lack in quantity they make up much more in quality.

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The high school sports calendar’s shift from fall to winter, and mostly outdoor sports to indoor sports, has brought with it a big change to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s mask mandate -- just as COVID-19 cases start to rise again across the country.