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When Bucknell University and Hershey's Giant Center weren't able to host this years state tournaments, in stepped Cumberland Valley.
District 3 is asking host schools for the basketball championships to allow a minimum 20 paid spectators. If they cannot, an alternative site will be found.
The postseason brackets and dates have been set for the District 3 boys and girls basketball championships. The first round begins March 2.
The high school winter sports season will look different compared to any before it. Here's what you need to know before the games begin.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced Thursday that all K-12 sports will be on pause until Jan. 4. Pro and college can continue without fans.
For Cumberland Valley varsity football games held the rest of this season at Chapman Field, the district’s football, band, cheer and dance participants are each allotted four seating vouchers per event.
Looking to catch a game in Cumberland County today? Be sure to check out the school district policies for spectators here.
The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association voted Wednesday to set dates, venues and brackets for fall sports championships.
While PIAA is letting school districts decide fan limits during the regular season, state playoff game policies may be decided by the PIAA itself.
Statement from Wolf's administration asks school districts to 'voluntarily enforce' limitations for now.
The PIAA reports just 40 of its 4,800 officials will not handle games this year, but many of those are not for COVID-19 reasons.
With local EMS stations facing funding issues compounded by a lack of emergency calls during the pandemic, another factor now weighs on them: …
America's longest continuously held sports event, known as much for its fan festivities as the horses, ran without spectators Saturday. Look back at last year's event, and derby hats -- yes, the hats! -- through the years.
There will be at least a few fans in the stands for some games this fall after all.
The crack of the bats is still alive and well within summer youth baseball leagues across the Midstate.
Will fans be allowed at high school sports this fall? Wolf's office may announce that Wednesday. Also, Maryland becomes first Pa. neighbor to push fall, winter sports to spring.
Gov. Tom Wolf released his return-to-play guidelines for high school, college, pro and recreational sports Wednesday, along with some general guidelines all sports should follow.