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Kressley dominates Mods at the Madhouse at Grandview

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Outdoors: A crowded week for October hunters

This marks an eventful week in the great out-of-doors for Pennsylvania’s fraternity of hunters as our increasingly crowded outdoors calendar swings into mid-October. Let’s take a look at the veritable cornucopia of outdoors options that ...

By Tom Tatum For Digital First Media|

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    One win, two point titles for Buckwalter in Action Track USA finale

    Kutztown >> Great weather, fantastic crowd, and a terrific night of racing brought down the curtain for the three weekly divisions at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on Wednesday night. And when it was over, Tim Buckwalter, Kyle Spence, and Nick Vinciguerra wore the biggest smiles at the annual Kutztown Fair.

    By Barry Angstadt For Digital First Media|

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    Pauch Jr. wins 3rd straight Tobias Classic at Action Track USA

    Kutztown >> Attempting to manhandle a USAC All Pro SpeedSTR for 75 laps — while dicing for position with 25 other throttle-jockeys — can be an intimidating chore. But the long distance of the Dick Tobias Classic has proven to be no problem for Billy Pauch Jr.

    By Barry Angstadt For Digital First Media|

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    Salt Spray Report: Bites abound but keepers harder to come by at the Jersey shore

    Summer flounder is dominating the fishing news in a variety of ways here at the Jersey shore this week.

    By Jim Loe For Digital First Media|

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    Prestige, $10,000 await winner of Saturday’s Forrest Rogers Memorial

    PRESTIGE AND $10,000 AWAITS WINNER OF PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL SATURDAY AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

    By Austin Hertzog ahertzog@21st-centurymedia.com @AustinHertzog on Twitter|

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    Von Dohren, Sipe, Grim win July 29 features at Grandview

    BECHTELSVILLE >> Craig VonDohren, the nine-time and defending Grandview Speedway Modified point champion, hadn’t been to victory lane at the 1/3-mile banked clay oval since August 20, 2016. Saturday night, VonDohren, who regained the point lead by 14 points over 10-time champion Jeff Strunk, passed Kenny Gilmore on the 13th lap restart of the TP Trailers 358 NASCAR Modified 30-lap feature and went on to park his self-owned, Keith Harring/V&M Towing sponsored No. 1C mount in...

    By Ernie Saxton For Digital First Media|

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    Kutztown falls to Hamburg Red in Jr. Babe Ruth title game

    The two best teams in The Keystone Baseball League’s Junior Babe Ruth division faced each other for the championship on July 19 at the Kutztown Park.

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    Exeter grads to host charity softball tournament

    EXETER >> Over the past several years, Derek Evans has been all about making a stand — even when his body has rejected him.

    By Thomas Nash tnash@21st-centurymedia.com @Thomas_Nash10 on Twitter|

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    Hamburg making the most of Pa. Legion’s first ‘Division 2’ postseason

    It’s been 30 years since Hamburg has made an appearance in the Pennsylvania American Legion state baseball tournament and 54 years since the organization won its only first and only state title.

    By Jeff Dewees For Digital First Media|

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    Saxton: Pocono Raceway in good hands with Igdalsky as CEO

    A change in leadership has taken place at a major auto racing facility. Pocono Raceway President & CEO Brandon Igdalsky has resigned his position to pursue other opportunities effective immediately. The other opportunities will see Brandon moving to Daytona Beach, Florida will he will become the Managing Director of Event Marketing and Promotion for NASCAR. Long time friend Nick Igdalsky has been elevated to Chief Executive Officer and Ben May was promoted to President, Pocono Raceway...

    By Ernie Saxton For Digital First Media|

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    Hamburg hosting tournament in inaugural two-division season of Pa. legion ball

    In a year just concluded in which the PIAA expanded its classification system from four to six, Pennsylvania’s American Legion baseball organization joined the party by hopping on the class train.

    By Jeff Dewees For Digital First Media|

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