"There's always butterflies. It's an exciting time. I guess the day you don't get excited, it's telling you something." — Washington head coach Ron Cohen on his nerves before season-opening games.
— After too long of a layoff, one of the best times of the year in the Northeast is upon us — football season.
— With former head coach Chris Riley stepping aside, Jim Adams takes the reins of the Northeast football program.
For two weeks, Allie Kitchell watched the London Olympic games on television and saw herself competing one day against the world’s best athletes.
Frank and Greyson Skirpan are about as close as a father and son can get — except for who they root for when it comes to professional ice hockey teams.
— Irv Sigler, a former Washington football star, has overcome adversity to earn an induction into the Bloomsburg Football Hall of Fame.
— The PSSL allows seniors to remain mentally and physically strong playing softball two mornings a week.
— The Father Judge football team will open its 2012 season on the road — near Dublin, Ireland.
Sports editor Ed Morrone offers a few thoughts on his experience at Eagles Training Camp at Lehigh University in Bethlehem.