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Muncy clinched a District 4 Class AA playoff berth in emphatic ... Carly Rupert, Kaelyn Wettlaufer and Peyton Pretti all scored twice. • In high school baseball, Karter Peacock had a monster game by going 4 for 4 with a double, triple and three runs ...

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Even several days after making his Major League Baseball debut, Ray Kerr was still in a little bit of awe. Kerr, 27, who played high school ... Muncy (struck out) and Chris Taylor (field out ...

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Shelby McRae did not produce a hit during her third inning at-bat, but she did send a message. After falling behind 0-2, McRae fouled off four pitches and started a recurring theme. No matter what, Montgomery was going to make Muncy battle Thursday afternoon.

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Central Mountain wrestling coach Biff Walizer said ahead of the season it was an exciting time for the Wildcats. One name generated hype in the mat room early, and that wave carried through the entire season.

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Ross and Stiles Eyer played a lot together growing up. But playing in the backyard is not the same as being teammates. Ross being two years older than Stiles prevented the brothers from playing on the same Little League and junior high teams.

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Ty Barrett is Troy’s all-time leading scorer. Only injury and a condensed schedule last year have prevented him from already reaching 2,000 points. The versatile guard seemingly can score from anywhere.

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The Muncy School Board approved the reappointments of several head coaches for varsity sports teams and took care of other business during a brief meeting this week. Those returning as head coaches for upcoming spring and fall seasons are: Sean Tetreault,

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Muncy won for the second straight night and third straight time overall, defeating North Penn-Liberty, 40-15, in girls basketball on Wednesday night. Nine Indians scored and Muncy (18-3) held the Mounties to five first-half points.

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Opponents have thrown seemingly every defense Ross Eyer’s way this season. Wednesday at South Williamsport, Mountie defenders tried their best to stick like glue against the dynamic Muncy junior. Muncy welcomes teams focusing so much attention upon Eyer.

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