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Sharla co-anchors the evening newscasts weekdays at 7pm, 10pm and 11pm. She originally joined the Newswatch 16 team in April of 2008 as a weekend sports anchor, and weekday sports reporter.

Sharla's passion for reporting began in Athens, Georgia, while studying Broadcasting and International Affairs at the University of Georgia.
A graduate of UGA, Sharla roots for her "Dawgs" every chance she gets and even had an English bulldog named Herschel Walker!

While in college, Sharla interned at WAGA-TV in Atlanta, and later worked there as an associate sports producer. In May of 2007, Sharla took a job as a sports reporter and fill-in anchor at KTXS-TV in Abilene, TX.

When Sharla isn't working, she enjoys volunteering her time to several area organizations including the Children's Advocacy Center of NEPA, Susan G. Komen Foundation of NEPA, and the United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA.
You can also find Sharla watching sports with her super sports fan of a husband, Todd.


Recent Articles
  • Mid Valley vs. Columbia

    In the state playoffs of high school basketball, Mid Valley took on Columbia in the boys ‘AA’ playoffs. Last week, Mid Valley defeated Towanda to make it into the second round of playoffs. Tonight, at Martz Hall, Mid Valley won again, 49-44.

  • Old Forge vs. Millville

    Old Forge and Millville battled down to the final minute in the first round of the PIAA state playoffs. The Lady Blue Devils were able to hold off Millville, winning 49-46, to advance further in the playoffs.

  • North Pocono vs. West York

    The North Pocono girls basketball team took a tough loss in the first round of the PIAA state basketball playoffs. North Pocono lost to West York, 64-51 the final.

  • Honesdale vs. Allentown Cent. Catholic

    The Honesdale girls basketball team continued its hot streak this Saturday, as they defeated Allentown Central Catholic, 33-31. Honesdale scored  with .2 seconds left on the clock to take the lead, and win the game, keep their PIAA playoff run alive.

  • Lewisburg vs. Scranton Prep

    The Lewisburg and Scranton Prep girls battled in the first round of the PIAA state basketball playoffs. The Lady Classics took over from the get-go and muscled their way to a 64-37 victory.

  • Mid Valley vs. Towanda

    Mid Valley powered its way past Towanda in the first round of the PIAA state basketball playoffs, this Saturday. The Spartans, led by Jason Kenny, won 48-36, to advance further in the playoffs.

  • Loyalsock vs. Holy Cross

    Loyalsock defeated Holy Cross in the first ournd of the PIAA basketball playoffs on Saturday. It was  close game, but with a great effort by Omar Little, the Lancers ultimately pulled out  the 45-36 win.

  • Abington Hts vs. Central York

    Abington Heights defeated Central York on Saturday in the first round of the state playoffs. The Comets kept the game close throughout and went on to win 47-40.

  • Notre Dame East Stroudsburg basketball

    Notre Dame East Stroudsburg won the District Eleven Class ‘A’ boys basketball title for the first time in eight seasons.  The Spartans are hitting the books for Math, Civics, and Science in the first round of States.

  • Scranton Royals basketball

    The University of Scranton Royals went deep to their bench in the Landmark Conference Championship win over Catholic.   Scranton plays Baruch Friday Night at Babson College in Round One of the NCAA 111 National Tournament.

  • ‘AA’ Northeast Regional Wrestling Championships

    The ‘AA’ Northeast Regional Wrestling Championships were held at Williamsport High School on Saturday.  In the 145s, it was Kent Lane of Southern Columbia beating Zach Fry of Hughesville, 15-1. In the 152s, it was Billy Barnes defeating Dominic Vitale, 8-2. Barnes improved to 34-1 on the year. In the 160s, Mifflinburg’s Cole Walter, who is ranked 7th in the country, beat Justin Haley, 18-2. In the 170s, Troy’s Nick Stephanie defeated Montoursville’s Gavin Hoffman, 5-2.

  • Mansfield defeats Millville for Dist. 4 ‘A’ Title

    Mansfield defeated Millville on the hardwood this Saturday, to claim the District 4 ‘A’ Championship. Mansfield pulled ahead late to win the game, 53-47.

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