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Sharla joined the Newswatch 16 team in April, 2008 as a weekend sports anchor, and weekday sports reporter. Sharla also anchors Newswatch 16 at 7, on Saturday evenings.

Sharla's sports reporting career began in Athens, Georgia, where she was the beat reporter covering the University of Georgia’s football and baseball teams. 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 FOX 5 in Atlanta, and later worked there as an associate sports producer. In May of 2007, Sharla headed back to her home state of Texas where she was the sports reporter and fill-in anchor for Abilene's ABC affiliate, KTXS.

Sharla enjoys living in northeastern Pennsylvania, and loves covering ALL of the sports this region has to offer, especially the NASCAR races at Pocono Raceway, the SWB RailRiders, the WBS Penguins, and of course, high school football! She grew up playing basketball, volleyball, running track, competing on a national cheerleading squad and loved gymnastics. She also enjoys snow skiing, and wakeboarding.

Every winter, and spring, watch for “Sharla’s Show & Tell,” a weekly segment which features Sharla trying new sports, and showing our viewers just how easy, or difficult, they can be!

When Sharla isn’t working, she loves relaxing and traveling with her husband, Todd.


Recent Articles
  • Abington Heights beats Hazleton Area for D2 ‘AAAA’ Title

    Abington Heights defeated Hazleton Area on Saturday, to win the District II Class AAAA Championship. The Comets won 51-45, to claim their first title in the Quad-A bracket, since 2002.

  • Misericordia Wins the Freedom Conference Championship

    The Misericordia Cougars won the Freedom Conference Championship this Saturday by beating Delaware Valley, 77-66. This is the 2nd championship for the men’s basketball program. Joe Busacca was named as the Tournament MVP, while scoring 29 points in the the championship game.

  • District 4 Swimming Championships

    The PIAA District 4 Swimming Championships took place at Williamsport H.S. on Thursday night. Olivia Fravel won the girls 100 free for Selinsgrove. James Orzolek won the boys 100 free for Bloomsburg. Hanna Everhart won the girls 500 free for Bloomsburg. Adon Shapiro won the boys 500 free for Lewisburg. Caitlin Foley edged out Sydney Mercer to win the girls 100 backstroke for Lewisburg. Jacob Ryan won the boys 100 backstroke for Bloomsburg. Samantha Carpenter won the girls 100 breaststroke […]

  • Pottsville vs. Tamaqua

    The Pottsville Crimson Tide are the number one team in our Super 16 Countdown, and will remain there after defeating Tamaqua in the Dist. 11 AAA semi-final game. The final score was 50-35. Pottsville improves to 26-0 on the season.

  • Honesdale vs. Scranton Prep

    In the District 2 AAA semi-final, Scranton Prep won big over Honesdale. The final score was 95-44. Bobby Casey led the Cavaliers with 14 points in the first quarter.

  • Milton vs. Jersey Shore

    Milton took on Jersey Shore in the Dist. 4 AAA semi-final, and its Milton winning by 2! The final score was 54-52.

  • Loyalsock vs. Danville Boys Basketball

    Loyalsock took on Danville in the Dist. 4 AA semi-final game, and its the Lancers winning this one, 62-58. The Lancers advance to their 4th straight district championship game.

  • GAR Holy Redeemer get help

    GAR Senior Center Nigebo Francis broke his leg early this season.  Holy Redeemer Senior Forward Alana Wilson is coming back from a torn ACL.  The “Comeback Kids” are bouncing back just in time.

  • Scranton Prep vs Berwick Girls’ Basketball

    Scranton Prep continued its winning season on Sunday, by defeating Berwick in the district playoffs. The #2 ranked Lady Classics, won 60-44.

  • Holy Cross vs Hanover Area Boys Basketball

    Holy Cross battled Hanover Area in the district playoffs on the basketball court on Sunday, and the Crusaders cruised to another victory! Holy Cross on a close one, 53-48, the final.

  • Meyers vs Mid Valley Boys Basketball

    Meyers battled Mid Valley in the district playoffs on Sunday afternoon and it was a close game throughout all four quarters. Mid Valley pulled out the win, 49-44.

  • Abington Hts vs. Scranton Boys Basketball

    In the High School basketball district playoffs, Abington Heights faced Scranton. The 8th ranked Comets defeated the Knights 35-22, the final.

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