PIAA District IV Football Scoreboard – 9/28/18

Selinsgrove 34, Loyalsock 7 F
Southern Columbia 54, South Williamsport 20 F
Canton 18, Muncy 0 F
Williamsport 27, Scranton 10 F
Montoursville 45, Milton 6 F
Jersey Shore 34, Shamokin 13 F
Nativity BVM 22, Montgomery 9 F
Warrior Run 22, Hughesville 0 F
Wellsboro 35, Athens 28 F
Danville 35, Central Columbia 21 F
Shikellamy 7, Central Mountain 3 F
Troy 35, Cowanesque Valley 0 F
Midd-West 30, Penns Valley 29 F/OT
Williams Valley 13, Line Mountain 7 F
Mount Carmel 35, Mifflinburg 0 F
Towanda 42, Tunkhannock 32 F
Lewisburg 35, Bloomsburg 7 F
North Penn-Mansfield 53, Wyaulsing 6 F
CMVT @ Sayre, Saturday 1:00 p.m.

PIAA District IV Football Scoreboard – 9/21/18

Montoursville 24, Loyalsock 7 F
Muncy 45, Bucktail 0 F
Williamsport 49, Crestwood 26 F
Wellsboro 28, Hughesville 7 F
Jersey Shore 35, Shikellamy 13 F
South Williamsport 32, Bloomsburg 7 F
Troy 17, Towanda 7 F
Danville 34, Milton 0 F
Sayre 7, Wyalusing 6 F
Canton 34, Athens 0 F
Jim Thorpe 55, Midd-West 7 F
North Schuylkill 33, Mount Carmel 21 F
Berwick 21, Selinsgrove 7 F
Shamokin 27, Lewisburg 7 F
North Penn-Mansfield 54, Cowanesque Valley 8 F
Southern Columbia 54, Central Columbia 27 F
Line Mountain 47, Millersburg 14 F
Warrior Run 14, Mifflinburg 12 F
Montgomery @ CMVT, Saturday 1:00 p.m.

PIAA District IV Football Scoreboard – 9/14/18

Muncy 32, South Williamsport 24 F
Mount Carmel 47, Jersey Shore 7 F
Montoursville 47, Warrior Run 0 F
Bloomsburg 19, Loyalsock 8 F
Montgomery 26, Sayre 12 F
Central Columbia 49, Hughesville 24 F
Williamsport 64, Hazleton 63 F
Midd-West 30, Shenandoah Valley 0 F
Canton 44, Bucktail 14 F
Danville 31, Mifflinburg 3 F
North Penn-Mansfield 34, Troy 7 F
Selinsgrove 35, Shikellamy 0 F
Athens 18, Wyalusing 16 F
Wellsboro 30, Towanda 3 F
Line Mountain 27, Juniata 20 F/OT
Southern Columbia 48, Shamokin 0 F
Lewisburg 49, Milton 7 F
CMVT 24, Cowanesque Valley 6 F

Susquehanna at Lycoming

The Lycoming Warriors kick off their 2018 season as they welcome to Williamsport the rival Susquehanna River Hawks this afternoon. Coverage begins at 12:45 p.m. on FOX Sports Williamsport and online Stream 1.

PIAA District IV Football Scoreboard – 8/31/18

Loyalsock 41, Danville 40 F
Muncy 48, Cowanesque Valley 14 F
South Williamsport 55, Wyalusing 6 F
Canton 28, Montgomery 6 F
Altoona 38, Williamsport 0 F
Montoursville 42, Hughesville 0 F
Selinsgrove 31, Jersey Shore 10 F
Lewisburg 55, Central Mountain 7 F
Central Columbia 20, Shikellamy 0 F
Bloomsburg 39, Mifflinburg 0 F
North Penn-Mansfield 42, Athens 0 F
Blue Mountain 35, Midd-West 0 F
Milton 20, Warrior Run 14 F
North Schuylkill 36, Shamokin 15 F
Line Mountain 14, Susquenita 6 F
Southern Columbia 41, Mount Carmel 7 F
Towanda 21, Sayre 0 F
Wellsboro 36, Troy 8 F
Bucktail @ CMVT, Saturday 1:00 p.m.

Pirates at Indians

The Pittsburgh Pirates are back on the road to face the Cleveland Indians tonight. Coverage will be joined in progress following Crosscutters baseball on FOX Sports Williamsport, a proud member of the Cutters Baseball Network.

Crosscutters at Doubledays

It’s the final road game of 2018 as the Williamsport Crosscutters again visit Falcon Park to face the Auburn Doubledays. Coverage begins at 6:05 p.m. on FOX Sports Williamsport, a proud member of the Cutters Baseball Network.

Danville at Loyalsock

The Fairfield Auto Group High School Football Game of the Week heads to Loyalsock as the Lancers play host to the Danville Ironmen tonight. Coverage begins at 6:45 p.m. on NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS and online Stream #2.

Cutters Set Franchise Mark

Auburn, NY. – By night’s end, the Williamsport Crosscutters pitching staff recorded their 637th strikeout of the season, setting a new franchise record for strikeouts in a single season.

The Crosscutters completed a suspended game to kickoff the day, topping the Doubledays 7-2 to earn the victory as Williamsport takes on the spoiler role.

Colton Eastman started the game last night, going the first three innings by design, in his final start of the season. Eastman allowed one run on a solo home run, striking out five while allowing three hits.

Ben Pelletier knotted the game with a sacrifice fly to centerfield, scoring Keudy Bocio, making it 1-1 on Pelletier’s 42nd RBI of the season.

Entering the top of the 4th inning, the Cutters and Doubledays were tied 1-1, by the end of the frame, the Crosscutters were enjoying a 6-1 lead. The Cutters got an RBI knock from Keudy Bocio and then back-to-back two-run, two-out doubles from Alec Bohm and Pelletier to cap the scoring in the inning. Bohm upped his RBI total to 11 while Pelletier upped his to 44 for the year.

The weather turned south, suspending the game before the start of the bottom half of the 4th inning.

When play resumed, Tyler Carr entered for the Cutters, working three scoreless frames, allowing three hits and striking out one as he earned his 3rd win of the season.

Pelletier capped the Cutters scoring in the top of the 6th inning, scoring Jonathan Guzman with a single to center, making it 7-1 Williamsport as Pelletier earned his 4th RBI of the game and giving him 45 RBI on the season.

Randy Alcantara entered in the bottom of the 7th and was rudely greeting, giving up a home run to Ricardo Mendez on the first pitch he delivered. It was the only run Alcantara allowed over three innings of relief, striking out one, as he close out the win.

Juan Escorcia got the start in the regularly scheduled game and had a bit of an up and down outing, taking the loss while allowing three runs on two hits and five walks, striking out six in 4.2 innings of work. The right-hander threw 90 pitches, 53 for strikes, before getting pulled.

The lone Crosscutters run came in the top of the 5th inning, as Brayan Gonzalez reached on a Jamori Blash fielding error, seeing Gonzalez reach 2nd base on a pop up inside the 1st base bag. Jesus Henriquez reached on an infield single to 2nd base, but the throw by Carson Shaddy was errant to 1st base, allowing Gonzalez to run home and plate the Cutters run, making it 1-0.

Escorcia picked up the Crosscutters record-breaking strikeout in the bottom of the 4th inning, striking out Jamori Blash on a pitch in the dirt. Nerluis Martinez applied the tag to complete the strikeout, giving the Cutters their 637th strikeout of the season.

The bottom of the 5th looked to be an easy one for Escorcia, retiring the first two batters on six pitches. With two outs, Escorcia surrendered a double and then back-to-back walks to load the bases. That’s when the Cutters went to Blake Bennett.

Bennett walked the first batter he faced, forcing home the tying run. After the walk, Bennett surrendered back-t-back two-run, two-out doubles to make it 5-1 Doubledays, closing the book on Escorcia in the process.

Bennett worked a clean inning of relief in the bottom of the six, allowing two runs on two hits and striking out one over 1.1 innings of relief.

The Crosscutters conclude their season series against the Doubledays tomorrow. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Falcon Park.

Cutter Carvings – Williamsport surpassed the 2009 Crosscutters squad and has 639 strikeouts after the completion of the night… Williamsport has outscored their opponents 28-11 over the last five games… It was Nerluis Martinez’s first game since June 26th at Mahoning Valley…

Raiders at Seahawks (Preseason)

Coverage of the 2018 NFL Preseason concludes with the Oakland Raiders taking on the Seattle Seahawks. Coverage begins at 9:30 p.m. on FOX Sports Williamsport.