We released our top 10 local sports stories of the year Dec. 27. Justin Wilson’s death at Pocono was voted the top story of the year, with the PIAA’s transition to six classes at runner-up. Read up on the rest of the list here.
Those were the stories we decided were the most important.
But how about you?
Here are the 10 @sportsTT Tweets that drew the most impressions this year. Remember, these are just the top 10 Tweets from our main account. There’s a good chance Joby Fawcett (@JobyFawcett26), with his loyal legion of JobysJabronis, has a different top 10, probably featuring more of the sports Joby covers (football, basketball, etc.).
10.) Wrestling honor (6,230 impressions)
Nice moment here as Delaware Valley’s Frank Carrozza was named the District 2 Class individual tournament’s Most Outstanding Wrestler.
— Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) February 21, 2015
9.) Bell stays with the Knights (6,730)
8.) Cougars advance to PNC Field (6,850)
Strikeout. Bordo deals a gem and Valley View beats Wyoming Are, 2-1. Cougars are headed to PNC Field. — Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) May 21, 2015
7.) Lady Buckhorns capture title (7,163)
D2-4 GIRLS AAA CHAMPIONSHIP: Wallenpaupack 2, Williamsport 1. FINAL. Shannon Vennie with the Golden Goal in the 93rd minute.
— Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) November 6, 2015
6.) Cougars leading the Spartans (7,300)
5:47 left. Valley View still leading Mid Valley 27-0. — Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) September 5, 2015
5.) Cougars beat the Spartans (7,302)
Final score Valley View 27, Mid Valley 0 — Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) September 5, 2015
4.) Spring is here (7,591)
3.) Henzes reaches milestone (11,998)
Coach Jack Henzes celebrates his 400th win with his players and grandchildren. pic.twitter.com/WUURdL6ocn
— Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) October 3, 2015
2.) One to go for the Comets (12,068)
FINAL: Abington Heights 4, Pottsville 3. Comets headed to the final. — Times-Tribune sports (@sportsTT) June 8, 2015
1.) And the Male Athlete of the Year is … (12,745)