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Sports July 24, 2014


San Francisco 3, Phillies 1-A. J. Burnett threw 130 pitches and blanked the Giants through eight innings Wednesday night. The problem for the Phillies was their offense could not solve Madison Bumgarner, who also tossed eight shutout innings. The Giants won the game in the ninth when former Phillie Hunter Pence blooped a bases-loaded triple to plate three runs. The Phils dropped their fourth straight game and are now 43-58. The series concludes Thursday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park.

Pirates 6, LA Dodgers 1-A four-run first inning was all the Pirates would need in the Wednesday night win in Pittsburgh. Russell Martin, Ike Davis, and Josh Harrison each drove in runs in the first inning as the Bucs got the win for Francisco Liriano. The lefty allowed just one run and four hits in seven innings. The Pirates are now 54-47 and are tied for second with St. Louis, 2-1/2 games behind Milwaukee in the NL Central. The Pirates start a weekend series in Colorado Friday night.

LA Angels 3, Orioles 2-Brian Matusz walked in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth as the Angels avoided the series sweep Wednesday night in Anaheim. Tommy Hunter took the loss as the Birds dropped to 55-45, now three games ahead of the Yankees and Blue Jays in the AL East. The O’s are in Seattle Thursday through Sunday.


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A Danville woman died Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash in Valley Township, Montour County. State Police at Milton identified the victim as 84-year old Mary Gray. Troopers say Gray was driving south on Jerseytown Road at 1:40 p.m. when she pulled into the path of a logging truck driven by Steven Shoemaker, 40, of Millmont. The vehicles collided at the intersection of Route 54 and Jerseytown Road. Gray was pronounced dead at the scene. Shoemaker was not injured.


Authorities in Perry County are looking for the driver of a burgundy-colored van, wanted in connection with attempted child abduction in Landisburg, Perry County. State Police at Newport say six children—four girls and two boys, ages six to nine—were approached at noon Tuesday by a man and a woman in the van who told the children to get into the van. The children ran to their homes and the van drove away from the scene, near the Landisburg Church of God. The suspects are a man and woman in their mid-thirties. The man was of average build with dark hair; the woman had blond curly or wavy hair. Anyone who has information on the incident is asked to call State Police at Newport at 717-567-3110.


A higher maximum speed limit was implemented this week on parts of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Next month, a part of Interstate 80 between DuBois and Clinton County will also see an increase from 65 to 70 miles per hour. The moves are part of the transportation law passed last year and it's being implement this summer in a couple of pilot projects. But the main intent of the law is to put more funding into fixing roads and bridges. You should notice a lot more roadwork this year thanks to the new law according to PennDOT secretary Barry Schoch. He says they're on track to do $2.3-billion in improvements. Schoch says they put about another $150-million in paving above what was planned, due to the harsh winter. He says by the end of paving projects, drivers should see significant improvements that otherwise would not have occurred.


Last Updated ( Thursday, 24 July 2014 07:48 )
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