College Basketball 12/20/2014: Edinboro vs. Shippensburg, Frostburg vs. Hood
High School Basketball 12/20/2014: Cesar Chavez vs. Jefferson, Broadfording Christian Academy vs. Martinsburg, Berkeley Springs vs. Hedgesville, South Hagerstown vs. Goretti
12/19/2014 Friday Night Sports Connection: North Hagerstown vs. Catoctin, Williamsport vs. Boonsboro, Brunswick vs. Smithsburg, Broadford Christian Academy vs. Jefferson, Berkeley Springs vs. Spring Mills
No. 5 Penn State handed No. 1 Stanford a 3-1 upset in the semifinals to punch their ticket to the National Championship game.
It's been a week filled with glimpses into the Nittany Lions' future.
The Williamsport Lady Wildcats topped Boonsboro on Thursday night.
Shippensburg High School graduate, Travis Ott, was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday, as part of a three-team deal that sent outfielder Wil Myers' to the San Diego Padres.
Offensive tackle Paris Palmer, the nation’s top-ranked junior college offensive tackle, has signed a national letter of intent to continue his academic and athletic career as a member of the Penn State football program.
Two of the top programs in the country will meet in the Final Four on Thursday night.
Last year was a successful one for Saint Maria Goretti, winning 21 games. But this season, the Gaels will have a different look on the sideline and on the court.
Six Penn State football student-athletes have been named to ESPN.com’s All-Big Ten teams, including four on the conference’s All-Freshman Team.
Hull joins All-American Michael Mauti as recipients of the Big Ten Linebacker of the Year Award, giving LinebackerU two of the award’s initial four recipients.
High School Basketball 12/16/2014: James Buchanan vs. Shippensburg, Greencastle vs. Waynesboro, Keyser vs. Mountain Ridge, Hope for Hyndman vs. Allegany
12/15/14 High School Basketball Highlights around the Area
Women's College Basketball: HCC Defeats FCC
12/13/14 High School Basketball Highlights from the Area: Boys Basketball: Hampshire-74 Handley-57 Broadfording Christian-49 South Hagerstown-90 Girls Basketball: Spring Mills-49 St. James-27
12/13/14 College Basketball Scores from the Area: Men's Basketball: Norfolk State-64 Mount St. Mary's-67 Women's Basketball: Shippensburg-82 Shepherd-94 McDaniel-73 Hood-45
Many Nittany Lions have different sites they want to visit while in New York City, but all of them have at least one common theme.
Friday Night Sports Connection 12/12/2014: Gov. Thomas Johnson vs. North Hagerstown, Frederick vs. South Hagerstown, Walkersville vs. Williamsport, Fort Hill vs. Hedgesville, Washington vs. Fairmont, Hampshire vs. Jefferson
The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestling team, ranked No. 5 in the latest Intermat Tournament Power Index, won all but one bout to dominate Maryland 38-3 in the Big Ten dual meet opener for the Nittany Lions.
Girls High School Basketball 12/11/2014: Winters Mill vs. Gov. Thomas Johnson, Liberty vs. Frederick, Hancock vs. Broadfording Christian, St. James vs. Clear Spring
With both teams trading blows throughout the game, Penn State was able to fend off Duquesne, 64-62, and improve to 9-1 on the season.
A late rally came up short in Hartford as the Lady Lions fall to 2-7 on the season.
WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the back to back 1A state champs, the Fort Hill Sentinels.
High School Basketball 12/10/2014: Martinsburg vs. Oakdale, Allegany vs. St. James
The Nittany Lions had a busy day in New York City on Tuesday.
High School Basketball 12/09/2014: Mountain Ridge vs. Boonsboro, Mercersburg Academy vs. Goretti, North Hagerstown vs. Walkersville, Linganore vs. Catoctin
High School Ice Hockey: Urbana-8 Washington County-1 High School Basketball: St. John's Catholic Prep-49 Tuscarora-55
Monday MVP is Fort Hill's Raen Smith, who ran for 122 yards with 3 touchdowns in the Sentinels 40-8 win over Frederick Douglass for the 2014 Maryland 1-A State Championship.
Fort Hill wins over Frederick Douglass for the Maryland 1-A State Football Championship for a second straight year, winning 40-8.
12/6/2014 College Basketball Highlights from the Four-State Area
The Frankfort Falcoms fell to the Bridgeport Indians, 43-7, in the West Virginia Class AA State Championship.
WHAG'S Dorian Craft previews Fort Hill's 1-A State Championship game against Frederick Douglass.
Friday Night Sports Connection 12/05/2014 Part 2: Albert Einstein vs. Urbana, South Hagerstown vs. Linganore, Greencastle-Antrim vs. James Buchanan, Oakdale vs. Williamsport
Girls' High School Basketball 12/04/2014: Jefferson vs. St. James, Washington vs. Frankfort
The Shepherd Rams men and women's basketball teams split with West Virginia State on Thursday night.
The Frankfort Falcons get ready to take on defending Class AA state champion, Bridgeport, in their first state title game in the school's 38 year history.
The Penn State Lady Lions struggled from the field, shooting just 27.8 percent and turned the ball over 20 times on the way to a 61-39 loss at #21Syracuse in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
Penn State overcame a slow start to clinch the Big Ten/ACC Challenge for their conference, and a 61-58 win.
The Mount St. Mary's women's basketball team fell on the road to UMES on Wednesday night.
December WHAG Female Student Athlete of the Month: Smithsburg High School's Madison Bachtell
December WHAG Male Student Athlete of the Month: John Handley High School's Will Dearing
High School Basketball 12/02/2014: Sherando vs. Martinsburg, Musselman vs. Faith Christian Academy, St. John's Catholic Prep vs. St. Maria Goretti
The North Hagerstown Hubs have built one of the preeminent volleyball programs in the state of Maryland after winning their third state title in four years. WHAG's Bejoy Joseph catches up with the champs.
Monday MVPs: Gage Shaffer and Brady Watson of Frankfort
The Nittany Lions finish the 2014 campaign with a 20-4 record after winning its 16th Big Ten title and advancing to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for the 10th time in program history.
WV Class AAA High School Football State Semifinal: Martinsburg-7 Capital-35 WV Class AA High School Football State Semifinal: Westside-16 Frankfort-49
High school basketball highlights around the area
Men's Basketball: Monroe 72 HCC 61 Womens Basketball: Burlington 58 HCC 74
The Nittany Lions (6-6, 2-6 Big Ten) will now will await selection for its 45th bowl game in program history.