Landon J. Stolar joined Newswatch 16 in July 2015 as the Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter and he couldn’t be happier to be on the east coast. The New Jersey native has seen his career take him all over the country, from New York to Montana to Iowa.

Landon is an Emmy-nominated journalist who comes to WNEP from KGAN/KFXA in Cedar Rapids, where he sat in as the Sports Director for a year. Before moving to the flat corn fields of the Hawkeye State, Landon worked in mountainous Rockies as the KTVM Sports Director for NBC Montana in Bozeman. The mountains in Pennsylvania are a welcomed, yet familiar site.

Landon joins a long list of WNEP reporters who started telling stories at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. That’s where he began his professional career, contributing to ESPNU’s Campus Connection coverage. From 2008 through 2009, Landon was also the voice of the Falmouth Commodores, a franchise of the Cape Cod Baseball League.

Landon is a life-long fan of Syracuse Orange basketball and football, as well as the Dallas Cowboys, New York Mets and New York Knicks.

If you have a question, comment or story idea, you can contact Landon via, Facebook or Twitter.

Recent Articles
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  • Jenna Bradley Throwing Gems for Holy Cross Softball

    This strike out marked just the latest dominant performance by Holy Cross pitcher, Jenna Bradley and this was a big one. “Sometimes I’m a little nervous,” Bradley said after Holy Cross’ 2-1 win over Mid Valley. “All the time, I’m ready to attack and I like to compete every pitch. I like to strike people out.” I think you can say mission accomplished there. The junior tossed a complete game two-hitter, gave up just an unearned run. She struck out […]

  • Montrose Archery Going to Nationals

    Madilynn Rhinevault can handle a bow. After all, at just 13 years old, she’s the defending archery 3D World Champion. “Everyone is good at something and for a lot of people, including me, archery is that thing,” Rhinevault said. “I don’t know how to explain it. It’s just something that comes to me.” It’s easy to see. She doesn’t miss. While Rhinevault’s talent is exceptional, her passion for archery is actually becoming common in Montrose. Just ask her dad, co-head […]

  • Former Nittany Lions Sign Autographs For CJR Memorial Foundation

    Former Penn State football stars Miles Sanders, Nick Scott and Koa Farmer were on hand for an autograph session for the CJR Memorial Foundation in Hawley on Sunday. In memory of his son Caleb, Joe Regenski and his family started the foundation to raise money for families with critically ill children.

  • Abington Heights Claims Super 16 Boys Basketball Trophy

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    At PNC Field to throw out a ceremonial first pitch, former Phillies and Red Barons infielder Mickey Morandini takes time to remember his friend, Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas, on the 10th anniversary of his passing.

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  • RailRiders Walk Off Against Bisons in Home Opener

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  • Bo Orlando Takes Over As Berwick Athletic Director

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