‘Amazingly tough’: Top-notch tennis talent on display at Class AAA regional | News, Sports, Jobs

Parkersburg’s Jaxen Ranson returns a ball during Thursday’s Class AAA regional tennis match at City Park. (Photo by Kerry Patrick) Parkersburg’s Jaxen Ranson returns a ball during Thursday’s Class AAA regional tennis match at City Park. (Photo by Kerry Patrick) Williamstown’s Ava Lightfritz, left, runs in a relay race earlier this season at the Fenton … Read more

Williamstown ready for regional tennis action | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Jay W. Bennett Williamstown’s Claire Strobl (left) and Athenn Stewart (right) react after scoring a point in a doubles match last month against Parkersburg Catholic. WILLIAMSTOWN – Following a Class AA / A state tennis championship last spring, the Williamstown boys once again are ready for regional action with hopes of defending their … Read more

LP tennis teams come away with wins | News, Sports, Jobs

Lake Placid’s Parker Scanio plays a shot during his doubles match against Northern Adirondack on Thursday at home. (Enterprise photo – Parker O’Brien) LAKE PLACID – Despite windy and cold temperatures, the Lake Placid tennis teams were able to come away with victories over the Northern Adirondack Bobcats at home on Thursday. The Blue Bombers … Read more

Montoursville tennis beats Lewisburg twice | News, Sports, Jobs

DJ Alexander and Greyson Azeredo drew a crowd at the fence. Not just because they were the last two players competing, but because the two were in a third set to decide the second match of a boys tennis double-header between Montoursville and Lewisburg. The two traded blows, both hanging in. Alexander previously took the … Read more

NM State women’s tennis wins WAC tournament, punches ticket to NCAA tournament

BEAUMONT, Texas – Three matches. Three shutouts. Three wins. One trip to the NCAA Tournament. Finishing off a dominant run through the WAC Tournament, the second-seeded NM State women’s tennis team hammered fifth-seeded Seattle U by a 4-0 tally in the championship match Sunday at the Beaumont Municipal Tennis Center. With the emphatic victory, the … Read more

South welcomes Huntington in impromptu dual meet | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Kerry Patrick Parkersburg South senior Evan Barker returns a forehand during his No. 1 singles exhibition match against Huntington during Saturday’s dual meet at Erickson All-Sports Facility. PARKERSBURG – Being ranked No. 1 on the tennis team has its quirks. On one side of the coin, you are viewed as the best among … Read more

New Ulm Club honors 6 athletes at 68th annual athletic banquet | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff photo by Travis Rosenau Pictured are the New Ulm Club Athletes of the Year, honored at Martin Luther College on Saturday night. Front row (lr): Kayla Goblirsch (Cathedral), Madalyn O’Connor (NUHS), Abbie Riederer (MVL). Back row (lr): Sam Knowles (Cathedral), Jaden Drill (NUHS), Luke Thompson (MVL). NEW ULM – The 68th annual New Ulm … Read more

Flood-affected sports groups in NSW work towards ‘normalcy’ despite damage and losses

After being sidelined by the worst natural disaster in the region’s history, community sports groups across the Northern Rivers are trying to get back on the paddock. At the first netball carnival of the season in Mullumbimby, netballers celebrated with a mass dance to Nutbush City Limits. But those who lost their possessions in the … Read more

Penguins take down Blue Jackets, 5-1 | News, Sports, Jobs

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby (87) celebrates with Evan Rodrigues after scoring during the second period of the team’s NHL hockey game against the Columbus Blue Jackets in Pittsburgh, Tuesday, March 22, 2022. The Penguins won 5-1. (AP Photo / Gene J. Puskar) PITTSBURGH – Rickard Rakell spent a decade chasing at Stanley Cup in Anaheim. … Read more