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Courtney's career at WNEP started off when she interned in the Sports Department in the Spring of 2005. Then in June 2006, she was hired as an editor working behind the scenes and then filled in as a photographer helping out with breaking news or sporting events. Courtney's goal of becoming a sports reporter started when she took over the sports feature Inside Track in 2008. Since then, she helps out covering all kinds of sporting events from HS football and basketball to the NASCAR races at Pocono.

Growing up in Susquehanna County, an alum of Mountain View High School, Courtney has a passion for local sports in Northeastern PA and understands how important it is for viewers to be able to see their school and kids in the highlights each night. It is always a great feeling when viewers tell you how much they appreciate WNEP and it makes you want to work harder for them!

Courtney has always been a big fan of sports but besides being a racing fan, she's a huge Philadelphia Eagles fan! It makes for great camaraderie with the other members of the Sports Department (Jim Coles loves the NY Giants; and Sharla, being from Texas, is a Cowboys fan, but luckily Steve keeps it in PA too!)

If you want to get in touch with Courtney or have a story idea, you can email her at courtney.harrison@wnep.com

Recent Articles
  • Montoursville v. Central Columbia Girl’s District 4 ‘AA’ Championship

    In the district 4 AA girls championship, Montoursville tipped off to Central Columbia.

  • Milton v. Shamokin Boy’s District 4 ‘AAA’ Championship

    Milton took on Shamokin in the boys District 4 AAA championship game Friday night.

  • North Schuylkill v. Minersville Girl’s ‘AA’ District 11 Championship

    After North Schuylkill’s big win in the Schuylkill League title game, the Lady Spartans were looking to continue their stand-out play against the Lady Miners.

  • ACC vs. Pottsville Boy’s ‘AAAA’ District 11 Championship

    The last 4 times these two teams faced off in the District 11 title game, Allentown Central Catholic has taken the title.  This year’s Pottsville team looks like they have what it takes to give the Vikings a run for their money.

  • MMI v. Old Forge Boy’s ‘A’ District 2 Championship

    Old Forge and MMI battled for the District 2 ‘A’ title and it was the Blue Devils that controlled the ball and dominated with a 70-42 victory.

  • Scranton Prep v. GAR Boy’s ‘AAA’ District 2 Championship

    #2 ranked Scranton Prep facing off with GAR for the District 2 title, but the Grenadiers finally have 6’8″ forward Nigabo Francis back after injury.  The Cavaliers were more than prepared and had no problem taking down GAR 88-55.

  • WBS Penguins and Matt Murray Shutout Providence

    Matt Murray was in the net for the Pens and nothing was getting past him. The Bruins put 22 shots on goal and Murray finished with 22 saves. The Pens were able to put 2 pucks in the back of the net and went on to win it 2-0, with Murray recording his 7th shutout this season.

  • U of S Lady Royals vs. Catholic Hoops

    The Lady Royals also hosted Catholic Saturday and had a good showing of offense in their 76-49 win over Catholic.

  • U of Scranton Men vs. Catholic Hoops

    The University of Scranton men hosting Catholic… The Royals got off to an early lead and were dropping 3 pointers left and right.  Brian Farrell and Ross Danzig big contributors in posting an 83-71 victory over Catholic.

  • King’s and Wilkes Battle for Tournament Spot

    After 2 and a half months of basketball, it all came down to the final showdown between Diamond City rivals, King’s and Wilkes.  Both teams took the court needing a victory to reach the Freedom Conference tournament, with the final berth going to today’s victor. Kings was able to win their way into the tournament 83-76.

  • WBS Penguins Rookies Rule the Roost

    At this point in the season, it’s not uncommon to see the WBS Penguins having success.  The mix of rookies and veterans has found the groove, both goalies are posting shutouts, and the thought of playoffs is in sight, but at any point, all that can change. With the young guns stepping up, it appears to be really coming together. “Early in the year, the younger guys, our rookies, were big contributors and now that they’re consistently contributing even now […]

  • Stroudsburg Mounties Win Streak

    The Stroudsburg boys’ basketball team is on a hot streak, with a new head coach. Rich Baker played at Stroudsburg in the late 1990s, and has returned as the Mounties head coach. Stroudsburg is riding a 14-game winning streak, and sits 5th in our Super 16 Countdown.


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