SELINSGROVE – Selinsgrove took seven of the top eight spots to win 15-48 over Mifflinburg.
class="yiv5840562948" style="color: rgb(29, 34, 40); font-family: sans-serif; font-size: 18.6667px;">SELINSGROVE — Selinsgrove rolled to a 15-50 win over Midd-West in girls cross-country at East Snyder Park.
SELINSGROVE - Freshman Shaela Kruskie won the race by 50 seconds, and Selinsgrove took the top four positions to win the girls cross-country meet over Central Mountain, 16-43 at East Snyder Park.
LEWISBURG — Freshman Shaela Kruskie paced the field with a time of 19:41 for Selinsgrove, but an eighth-place finish by Lewisburg's Delaney Humphrey gave the Green Dragons a 26-29 victory over the Seals at the Pawling Athletic Complex.
class="yiv5438130123" style="color: rgb(29, 34, 40); font-family: sans-serif; font-size: 18.6667px;">SELINSGROVE — The Selinsgrove girls cross-country team took the top three spots to knock off Shikellamy 22-34 in girls cross-country action on Senior Day at East Snyder Park in Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I action.
Lauren Trapani won the race as Warrior Run took three of the top five spots in a 22-35 win over Selinsgrove in girls cross-country action.
Last night Selinsgrove Area School District, in conjunction with multiple school districts in Pennsylvania and the nation, turned on their stadium lights as part of the Be the Light Campaign.
Are you concerned that you’re not getting noticed by college coaches? What most athletes don’t realize is that college coaches are out there, looking for athletes just like you. If you want to get noticed and learn how to connect with these college coaches and stay prepared for any opportunity that presents itself you have to be PROACTIVE!
On Friday, April 17, the Selinsgrove Area School District will begin honoring the Class of 2020 and supporting the nurses, doctors, and first responders on the front line of COVID-19 by lighting up our high school stadium at 8:20 pm (2020 hours).
In accordance with Governor Tom Wolf's announcement earlier today that Pennsylvania schools will be closed to in‐person learning for the remainder of the school year, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, Inc. (PIAA) has cancelled all remaining Winter and Spring sports and championships.
The Selinsgrove Athletic Council in conjunction with the following local businesses; Dunkin Donuts, Giant, Green Ridge Market, Heimbach's Country Store, L&L Market, National Beef, The REC- Regional Engagement Center, Selinsgrove Area School District, Weis-Lewisburg, and Wendy's of Selinsgrove is offering a Chili Drive Thru (Chili, cornbread, and cookies for the kids) for anyone in need this Friday, April 10, from 4-6 pm on Magnolia Ave. outside the Harold L. Bolig Stadium in Selinsgrove. We will have enough food for approximately 225 meals.